Robert Davis (inventor)

Robert Davis (Inventor)

Robert Davis (inventor)

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Sir Robert Henry Davis (1870 – 1965) improved the rebreather, after Henry Fleuss invented it. The Davis Escape Set was named after him.

Davis Road in Chessington (where Siebe Gorman's factory was for a while) was named after him.


He wrote the books:
  • Breathing in Irrespirable Atmospheres, first published in the 1930s at St. Catherine's Press in London. It has 376 pages, c.250 photographs, and diagrams.

External links

  • (the book)
  • drawings of The Davis Deep-Sea Observation & Directional Chamber a little known invention of Sir Davis

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