as of 04/16/14
as of 04/16/14
& Viking price lists.
All current production DESCO helmets
Commercial and Pool Cleaning Masks
Light Duty Diving Outfit
DESCO Two Diver Telephone and available communications options
Third party dry suits
sold by DESCO
Composite Beat Engel Demand Helmet
Product warnings and
General Diving Equipment
What gear it takes to dive.
What goes into making a diving helmet
Real or Replica?
Features of the various helmet models
How DESCO started
Those who built DESCO
General product history. Catalogs, significant orders, etc.
DESCO A, B, C Rebreathers Recirculating Helmets
SCUBA Lungs, Water Skis, and Miscellaneous Water Sports Products
Magazine or News
articles related to diving.
Links to online diving videos.
DESCO company photos
and photos from our archives
Commercial Diving Photos supplied by customers
Classic equipment &
hobby diving photos
Photos of helmets from
Photos of equipment in museums
Photos from some of
our repair projects
DESCO Historical Item Collection
Miscellaneous Photos, Old diver and/or equipment photos
Commercial Diving Photos
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(Photos courtesy of Bob Hendricks)
Allied Technical Services on a job with a Yellow DESCO Air Hat and DESCO 2 Diver Telephone.
Allied Technical Services using a CBE DSL B2 on the Cumberland River.
Allied Technical Services on a Caisson job.
(Photos courtesy of Warwick Camplin)
Camplin Dive Services, Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia, with Pacific Marine, dive in a wastewater treatment plant.
(Photo courtesy of Randy Jacobs)
Pro-Dive diver in a sludge tank.
(Photos courtesy of Sandie Egley, Marion Hill Assoc.)
Marion Hill Associates using Air Hats on the job. Diver Mike repairs a liner at a DelMonte plant.
(Photos courtesy of Benjamin Cohey, Glenn Underwater Services)
Glenn Underwater on a Hazmat job.
These photos were sent to us by Brad Rogers of Extreme Divers. He is coming out of a 24" pipe after a penetration dive. Brad told us he occasionally runs into alligators in these pipes.
(Photos courtesy of Brad Rogers)
While posting these photos we mused that when we see our competitors helmets in action it is usually in nice clean Blue water.
Pictures of our helmets generally consist of a diver descending into or climbing out of liquid which is unfit for any reference to being water.