SIMPLICITY AND VERSATILITY ARE THE KEY FACTORS
THE JJ-CCR IS BUILT FOR WHATEVER DIVE YOU HAVE IN MIND
The JJ-CCR Rebreather is designed and built to exceed the expectations of demanding technical divers, but the simplicity of the machine makes it ideal for any skilled diver that wants to go silent! The JJ-CCR Rebreather has been called "the 4 x 4 of the Rebreather community" which is in many ways a consistent description as it is built for all types of terrain and can be adapted to handle the most demanding adventures.
QUICK BRIEF ABOUT THE JJ-CCR
The JJ-CCR rebreather is built to be user friendly, robust,
versatile and adaptable to whatever dive you have in mind!
It is ready to fly right out of the box, but build as a platform simple to adapt in numerous configurations depending on your skills and needs. All components of the JJ-CCR rebreather has a purpose and every detail can be justified. It has industry low work of breathing, state of the art electronics with redundant power supply, a user friendly design and heavy duty construction. A slim, robust and simple construction opens for the diver to place bailout, light canister, or gas for bouyancy needs directly on the scrubber housing.
THE JJ-CCR IN ACTION
Meet Sami Paakkarinen
and see the JJ-CCR in action! Sami is a passionated diver and
JJ-CCR instructor that will give you some great taste of thrilling
adventures, amazing stories and fantastic footage.
The birth of the JJ-CCR
Everything started some years ago when I did a rebreather course
with Jan Jorgensen. After that I decided to buy a rebreather, but
Jan Jorgensen said to me: This is not an option for you - you can
build your own rebreather!
He already had a design of a new rebreather in his mind.
After that we spent a lot of time together and I showed him what would be possible to machine. The very first prototype of the JJ-CCR Rebreather was ready for diving in March 2006. Jan Jorgenson was one of the
"crash test dummies" - Already after the first dive he really liked the unit very well and he was surprised about
how good everything worked. I also spend many hours with test diving the rebreather and try to improve the overall design and features.
In January 2007 we got the first Shearwater GF. Lars Steffeesen - a good friend - did a try dive with it. We never got back the rebreather! Another unit was send to Dave Thompson to do some try dives and play around with it. Dave Thompson had designed some backmounted counterlungs he wanted to try with the JJ-CCR Rebreather. We never got back this unit either!
Again I had a lot of work in drawing and machine the parts for
the unit. And again a lot of test dives with a small group of
Danish friends. I was lucky enough to meet Henrik Søgren and he
helped me with some design issues and machining. 3 Years later in
March 2009 the JJ-CCR Rebreather was finally ready for the official
testing at Quinetiq in England. The first testing was done in June
2009 and with a huge success the unit passed
all the tests toward the EN14143 standard.