A big problem with conventional diving is that the diver must go up to the surface in stages to avoid damage to his health. However, saturation diving solves this problem.
Some of the advantages of this technique include:
Less work time
The diver can remain in pressurized chambers with a constant supply of essential gases such as oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen. In this way, they can be kept submerged at great depths and safely until the job is finished.
Increased safety for divers
Ascent to the surface from great depths is a delicate process that must be carried out in stages to achieve adequate decompression and avoid health problems.
Because saturation diving makes it possible to stay underwater throughout the operation, the diver is not put at risk by making multiple ascents to the surface.
Greater availability for operations
Scuba diving allows divers to expand the type of work performed by divers, giving them the necessary tools to be able to work safely and efficiently in hydraulic structures offshore, or in large reservoirs and dams.