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Oxygen Recycling System (ORS)—By Indian Navy

Published on May 21, 2021
Current Context: The Indian Navy has designed an Oxygen Recycling System (ORS) to meet the current shortages of oxygen requirements.
Oxygen Recycling System (ORS)—By Indian Navy
  • The ORS was conceptualised and designed by the Indian Navy’s Diving School of the Southern Naval Command.
  • The Diving School of Indian Navy is expertise in this area as the same concept is used in some of the diving sets used by the school.
  • The ORS will boost the life of the existing medical oxygen cylinders by two to four times, through the fact that only a small percentage of oxygen which is inhaled by a patient is actually absorbed by the lungs, and the rest is exhaled along with carbon dioxide produced by the body.
  • The ORS can also be used to extend the life of oxygen cylinders used by mountaineers or soldiers at High Altitude, for HADR operations and onboard naval ships and submarines.
  • Static Part:
    • Chief of Naval Staff: Admiral Karambir Singh


Q.1 Which organisation developed the Oxygen Recycling System (ORS) to meet the current shortages of oxygen requirements?
b. Indian Army
c. Indian Navy
d. IIT Bombay

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