The hookah system provides a permanent supply of air to the diver thanks
to a 20 meters long pipe connecting the compressor, located on the boat,
to the diver.
To avoid damaging the compressor by overheating, the dive is limited to
60 minutes. After 60 minutes of cooling, you can start another dive of 60
minutes, and so on.
A 20 meters long hookah pipe extension can also be connected, thus
allowing a total 40 m long pipe.
For low depth dives only (less than 3 meters), a second regulator can be
connected on the double exit, instead of the manometer, allowing 2 divers
to dive side by side sharing the same pipe, if they limit their air
As the compressor runs continuously, the air supply to the diver is
The compressor flow rate being approximately equivalent to the
consumption of the diver, the pressure of the tank or hose remains
approximately stable : just follow it on the facial pressure gauge.
You can use the hookah system in 2 ways, at your choice :
- Directly in the regulator.
It is the lightest and simplest system for a dive.
2 divers can be connected on the same hokkah for shallow dive. You can
also install a battery and the compressor on a small inflatable kayak, a
small tender, or even a large buoy and thus have a certain autonomy for
- In the EAZYDIVE bottle, which acts as a buffer tank. If the air supply
accidentally stops (power failure, compressor failure, pipe sectioning,
etc.), the diver has the autonomy in air contained in the bottle and can
therefore quietly go back to the surface on this reserve of air.
EAZYDIVE is the only hookah system in the world that offers this security.
In addition, if you wish to make a short incursion, on your anchor for
example, and that you are limited by the length of the pipe, you can
disconnect from the pipe underwater by means of a push-pull.
Let the pipe flow : it will go the bottom.
Go away and do your work while taking care to monitor the pressure of the
tank on the facial pressure gauge.
Then go back to the pipe and reconnect.