BBC ballast & buoyancy control
The BBC (ballast & buoyancy control) is a plastic ballast system . The system can be used for single and for double tanks.
The BBC modular buoyancy control is optimal to produce a perfect trim underwater. There are three modules in sizes 1kg, 2kg or 4kg. The plastic-clad lead modules can be moved back and forth in order to influence the optimal trim between the bottles.
Optimal diving location means less force to move in one direction and the diver can concentrate on other activities.
When using lead eizelner modules, these are provided with a V-bolt between the bottles are held in position. It is also possible to lead two modules, lagguages. (1x 1Kg module inside, directly positioned under the back plate and 1 x 2kg module to the outside of the bottle. Then bolted it with a T-bolt and held in position. All lead module sizes can be combined. Depending on the required amount of lead and position.
There is also the possibility to lead the BBC modules as tail weight of the bottle bottom lagguages. 2kg + V-pin module or 1Kg 2Kg module module inside + T bolts to use.
Even the BBC recently developed P-Tail Weight 1Kg enjoyed increasing popularity.
- The P-Weight is screwed onto the back plate and the weight is distributed perfectly along the body. (Hole spacing 280mm / standard) is available in two sizes. (4 kg and 5.5 kg). Both sizes fit perfectly into the Palatinate, a standard backplate.
Additional product information
- segment 1,0Kg