No. Scuba refers to any form of Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. An aqualung is a type of scuba equipment, but a rebreather is also technically scuba equipment, as would any other self contained underwater diving rig. However, surface supplied diving is not regarded as scuba.
In common terms "scuba equipment" is often used as a generic term for diving equipment, so as to include non-breathing apparatus, like a diver's mask or fins.
Free diving is diving without scuba. Skin diving means diving without a wetsuit or scuba. Since you can free dive without a wetsuit they can be the same thing but they are not necessarily always the same thing.
No facility is a place and equipment is anything kept, furnished, or provided for a specific purpose.
Not necessarily. It just depends on what someone means. Scuba diving is only when you use a scuba tank or cylinder that a diver carries. Deep commercial divers will often get their breathing gas supplied to them through a long umbilical hose ... so they are attached and do not carry Self Contained equipment that they can swim with like a SCUBA (self contained underwater breathing apparatus) diver.
TUSA has contracts and purchases from the same factories as major brand name equipment but at blue label prices. Good quality / price mix.
For the same reason girls do the same thing about their own equipment. Vanity
it is important to have the right equipment for sport to minimise injury from occurring. and the rest i don't know. i am looking for the same thing.
material is something you need and like the materials needed for this project are and equipment is also something you need or have like the equipment needed for this activity is, so they are both the same thing and are synonyms.
The dress uniform is the same as the rest of the navy. scuba diver qualification badges are not worn.
For the same reason that you don't have to be a trained mechanic in order to drive a car, or an electrical engineer to watch TV. The equipment is designed to be idiot-proof. That way, it appeals to a wider market, and they sell more of them.
Singular Noun: equipment. Example: Tony looked curiously at the shiny piece of equipment.Plural Noun: equipment. Example: Tony looked around curiously at the impressive amount of equipment surrounding him.There is no such thing as the word 'equipments', so therefore it is not 'correct'. Both the singular and plural use of the word 'equipment' is the same; equipment.
The scuba regulator is supposed to keep the lungs at normal size; but you only have to move half as much "air" to move the same number of molecules.
Same as the air you breath everyday, aprox 21% Oxygen 79% Nitrogen