TRITON Oxygen Respirator Allows You to Breathe For a Long Period of Time Underwater

Someone said to me once you try scuba diving, you’ll get addicted to it. There’s something about underwater world that makes you pause for a moment and enjoy the beauty of nature, you’ll get to experience peacefulness in the middle of millions of years ecosystem. Unfortunately, diving underwater should be done carefully with heavy equipment and complicated procedures and there are still many people who are afraid to breathe under water.

Triton oxygen respirator has been designed to replace our conventional oxygen respirator when diving. It’s a convenient device that allows you to breathe under water for a long period of time while witnessing many forms of marine life. you don’t have to have the skill to breathe in and out while biting mouth piece just like current respirator, it allows you to breathe under water normally as if you’re on the ground by simply biting it.

Designer : Jeabyun Yeon

TRITON Oxygen Respirator by Jeabyun Yeon

TRITON Oxygen Respirator by Jeabyun Yeon

Triton oxygen respirator is designed and created based on various technologies, it uses new technology called artificial gill to extract oxygen under water through a filter in the form of fine threads with holes smaller than water molecules. Thanks to a Korean scientist who has developed this technology that allows us to breathe under water for a long time. It utilizes only small yet powerful micro compressor to compress oxygen and keep it in the storage tank.

TRITON Oxygen Respirator by Jeabyun Yeon

TRITON Oxygen Respirator by Jeabyun Yeon

TRITON Oxygen Respirator by Jeabyun Yeon

TRITON Oxygen Respirator by Jeabyun Yeon

TRITON Oxygen Respirator by Jeabyun Yeon

TRITON Oxygen Respirator by Jeabyun Yeon


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