contain all applicable decompression tables. Furthermore a given
procedure describes the environmental conditions in which the operation
should be carried out to warrant the safety of the operators.
In relation with the Client, HYPERBARIE Sarl can prepare specific procedures to cope with situations in which standard practice is not feasible or leaves unacceptable level of risk. These procedures may be based on local official tables of on other tables from various countries or origin. Final objective is to optimise the conditions of interventions under pressure. Criteria is not only Productivity : Efficiency, Quality and Operational Simplicity are also the major concern when designing a specific procedure. Any type of breathing mixture may be selected to take all possible advantages of gases physiological properties.
Adaptation of French compressed air decompression tables for longer exposure in the pressure range of 3.3 bars (Solétanche and CSM BESSAC in Berlin). Negotiations with local Authorities for the use of French decompression tables in Sydney, Kong-Kong, Lisbon, Storebaelt, Copenhagen, Berlin, The Netherlands...),
Preparing procedures for the first world intervention in a TBM cutter head from a saturation habitat at a pressure of 6.9 bars (2000-2001 - The Netherlands). Saturation with Trimix gases for the habitat and the transport Shuttle, diving in Bentonite also with a Trimix -refer to publication-
Preparation of interventions in a TBM at 13 bar(g) -feasibility study, and equipment specifications- 2004-2005
Safety procedures for tunnelling and hyperbaric interventions in a kerosene highly contaminated ground (Fire and Toxic hazards, in the tunnel and in the compressed air zone) -refer to publication-
Control of potential toxic and fire hazards resulting form foams used for Ground Pressure Balanced TBM when compressed air interventions are required for repairs.
Commercial Diving :
Decompression in fixed immersed habitat, using deep oxygen stops, after Air, or Nitrox or Trimix dives.
Diving procedures with Trimix breathing mixtures (Open sea, cave dives...).
Expedition in CHILE to dive lake CHUNGARA, 4 517 m of altitude, using semi-closed automatic mixing surface supplied diving gear for Nitrox Dives (SCABUBA) - 1992