CLEAN HULL VESSELS

The Flamar performs cleanup hull of any type of vessel, floating piers and service. The services are performed with hydraulic machines with rotating brushes for greater efficiency and speed, economy in shipping time and fuel consumption of the vessel.

PROPELLER
POLISHING

For optimum performance of the vessels, Flamar makes polishing services to the propellers of boats with hydraulic machines and abrasives, ensuring more efficiency of propellers for long periods of use.

UNDERWATER
INSPECTION

The Flamar performs underwater inspection services in any type of underwater structure made by qualified inspectors.

REMOVAL OF
CABLES

The Flamar removes any type of cable service vessels in propellers.

INSPECTION
BY CCTV

The Flamar also offers remate underwater inspection services with real-time monitoring of the dive, with audio and vídeo Wi/1 Ali Dive.

RESCUE BOATS

The Flamar offers services underwater of refloating objects and vessels. The Flamar makes tamponade underwater services to sealing vessels and underwater structures.

MEASUREMENT OF
WALL THICKNESS

Flamar also offers underwater inspection service through measuring wall thickness of various materiais like plates, pipes and vessels.

DREDGING

The Flamar makes dredging and cleaning of tanks, water reservoirs, canals, seabed and other various types of environments.

PROBING

Flamar also offers probation of seabed or riverbed and flooded service.

CUTTING ANO WELDING

The Flamar has divers with experience in welding and cutting underwater structures.

Recharging
Cylinders

The FLAMAR has one of the largest stations refill air cylinders of the State of Espírito Santo. The FLAMAR Reloads various types of breathing air cylinders including:
Recharge your breathing air cylinder 10 to 15 minutes!

- Cylinders for confined environments up to 300bar
- Cylinders for scuba to 300bar
- Paint rollers Boll to 300bar
- Recharge Spareair
- Refill Nitrox

Diving Equipment
Maintenance - Recreational Diving

The Flamar makes maintenance on most dive. Including drums, vests, regulators, pneumatic guns for hunting sub, etc ...

SCUBA DIVER

Content:
Knowing the theoretical issues of scuba diving, covering topics such as: equipment, physics, physiology, diving tables, environment and planning, terms of great importance in relation to their safety during the dive.
Carry out diving activities with practical lessons in the pool in order to get the domain of activity, before the boat diving output, running the diving exercises with proper safety, technical and comfort.
Outputs own vessel for scuba diving, where you checked your skills doing the same exercises that were done in the pool now open water (sea) for their qualification and certification as a scuba diver Certifying International NAUI, whose motto is diving safety through education.

Prerequisites required for the course:
Minimum age 12;
examination Sheet doctor;
Disclaimer.

Contraindications:
Being diabetic insulin dependent;
have epilepsy;
have serious heart problems;
Pregnancy.

The course includes:
Two (02) lectures in the classroom, with two hours each lesson;
full Courseware (Folder, Book, Dive Tables, Logbook, Adhesive and Pen);
Two (02) practical lessons in the pool, lasting two hours each lesson;
Two (02) outputs in open water (sea) with 04 scuba diving;
Complete equipment during the course;
International Certificate of NAUI - Safety diving through education.

SCUBA RESCUE DIVER

OVERVIEW
This course trains divers in the knowledge and skills needed to manage risk effectively and intervene in problems in water and diving emergencies. Includes: assistance, transport, redemptions on the surface and bottom, involving boats, beaches and diving and snorkelling.
This course is training prerequisite for Freediving Instructor NAUI, NAUI Assistant Instructor, Divemaster and instructor certifications.
Note: Adult CPR Training (about 4 hours) meets the requirements for certification to Diver Rescue Autonomous. However, additional training of CPR that includes two first responders and use barriers for artificial respiration, ie Pocket Mask • or other facial protection is needed to meet NAUI Leadership certification requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS GRADUATE
• Students graduates are considered competent to give assists, and perform rescues in open water areas and similar conditions of training.
• Graduates Students can use certification as a prerequisite for the course specialty NAUI Training Assistant, leadership courses and instructor.
FIRST TRAINING AID AND CARDIO PULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR)
• The training of these areas are not necessarily NAUI instructors. Any training recognized by NAUI is valid.

DIVE MASTER

OVERVIEW

This course, excluding the instructor is the NAUI Leadership certification undergraduate major. The program is designed to train experienced and a good level of knowledge to organize and conduct open water dives for certified divers divers.

QUALIFICATION OF STUDENTS GRADUATES
provide recognition materials to participants. • The NAUI Divemaster in Active Status is qualified to organize and conduct dives for certified divers if the activities and location are similar to the Divemaster training. Additional training, experience or knowledge are needed to Divemaster you want to organize and conduct highly specialized dives, like scuba penetration wreck, cave or in a new location. • The NAUI Divemaster in Active Status is qualified to organize and conduct a NAUI Recognition (such as International Diver) and provide recognition materials to participants. • The NAUI Divemaster in Active Status is qualified to assist a NAUI instructor in active status during the NAUI diving courses. • The NAUI divemaster may, if all the prerequisites are met, enter a NAUI Instructor Training Course (ITC). (Meet the Instructor Preparatory Program (PREP) and possessing the Assistant Instructor certification are ideal recommendations to enter into an ITC).

WHO CAN TEACH • Can be taught by instructors NAUI in active status and with appropriate conditions. REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTERING THE COURSE • General. Meet the requirements applicable to leadership courses. • Materials. Contact Department NAUI training for current requirements. • Diver Certification. The desired minimum certification is the NAUI Assistant Instructor. Divers who do not have this certification must meet the following criteria: - Certifications: Autonomous Diver Master NAUI (NAUI Master Scuba Diver) and Autonomous Rescue Diver NAUI (NAUI Scuba Rescue Diver) or equivalent. Divers proving experience and similar training can enroll in the course after passing with 75% success in written test Diver Autonomous Master NAUI. - Experience: 60 logged dives. Dives should vary environment, activity and depth. - Water Skills: All skills of a NAUI Assistant Instructor. These skills should be evaluated if the candidate does not have NAUI Assistant Instructor certification. Google Tradutor para empresas:Google Toolkit de tradução para appsTradutor de sitesGlobal Market Finder

ADVANCED SCUBA
DIVER

This course is for self-employed certified divers. It is part of the concept of continuing education and NAUI is a nice program designed to provide basic divers experience in a variety of new diving activities. The graduates successfully will be able to dive in open water without supervision activities and locations similar to the training.
Minimum age 15 years for certification. Certification Junior range of 12 to 14 years old.
Diver Certification - scuba diver certification by an agency recognized by NAUI. The candidate must understand about the concepts of dive safely.

What will I see on course?
In the theoretical phase, you will review all knowledge acquired during their studies and will be introduced to new disciplines such as diving wreck, Deep Diving, Night Diving, Search and Recovery, navigation techniques, with an emphasis on using compass, Tables US Navy NAUI. You may also receive training Nitrox Diver, course that will take you to know the great benefits of using enriched air with oxygen in the practice of scuba diving. In the pool, perform exercises that seek to increase the confidence and mastery in the use of new equipment that are part of the life of the advanced diver. For completion of the course, you hold at least 4 open water dives, with at least one night.

MASTER SCUBA
DIVER

OVERVIEW
As part of the continuing education of NAUI this course is for divers who want to increase understanding and better use of scuba diving. Emphasis on student participation and practical knowledge applications in open water dives, after discussion of the issues in the classroom. It is an excellent course and indispensable for those who wish to follow the dive leader's career. Some subjects are revising and expanding the knowledge of previous courses. Each subject is a progression study but not necessarily a closed resume being studied. However, instructors will determine performance objectives related to the activities of some types of diving, for example, a navigation with reciprocal course with maximum 3m away from the departure point and arrival error. The course can be divided and made into sections, with scuba log book of the aid, which must be signed after each successfully carried out activity. The graduates successfully will be able to dive in open water without supervision activities and locations similar to the training. REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTERING THE COURSE Diver Certification - Autonomous Diver Certification NAUI Advanced or equivalent. The instructor should pay attention to whether the candidate has the knowledge and appropriate skills for the course. The curriculum and the skills of other NAUI courses should be used to improve and evaluate the knowledge and proficiency of the candidate. Open Water Dives - The minimum number of dives is eight (8). The limit is four (4) dives per day. If more than three (3) dives are planned in one day consider the following student: physical and mental comfort, motivation, readiness to learn and be assessed, level of residual nitrogen, hydration level, and also environmental conditions, dive planning, ie, surface intervals, flying or going to altitude after diving. Only a free dive may be counted for eight (8) open water dives.

SKILLS REQUIRED
required skills should be directed to the specific activities and the level of demand should be higher than in other previous courses. The following considerations should be used to determine the dives with their respective skills required: Diving points. The widest variety of conditions must be employed, such as the beach diving, shipped from a pier in the lake, in the sea, river, dam, with waves or currents, coral background, sand, sinking, rock, mud and so on. Dives. diving activities in open waters should follow more closely the academic preparation form the themes and include dives below. The topics represent the five dips required a minimum of eight dips. The other three remaining dives must be planned depending on the choice of a list of elective dives or topics of interest. Subjects can be combined or repeated to reach the total of eight dives.

dives Required
Rescue and Emergency Procedures
Dive / Decompression Simulated
Night or Restricted Visibility Diving
Search and Recovery / Small Rescues
Elective dives
Free diving
Review of Basic Skills NAUI
Study / Environmental Inspection
Air consumption (practical application)
Boarded diving
Diving Beach

SCIENTIFIC DIVER

This is a course that provides, through snorkeling and scuba diving, an appropriate working tool in the activities of field in aquatic and underwater environments for the practice of scientific research or educational activity, whereas normally these activities take place in remote places and different environments of recreational diving, requiring good knowledge and safe practice and gathering in a single training NAUI

- Free Diving - Skin Diver
- Autonomous Diver - Scuba Diver
- Autonomous Diver Advanced - Advanced Scuba Diver
- First Aid and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation - First Aid & CPR
- Rescue Diver Basic Level - Rescue Diver
Note:
If the student is already certified in any of the above courses, another recognized agency must undergo practical evaluation of water,
demonstrating minimum fitness compatible with NAUI standards and theoretical evaluation was correct in at least 75% of test issues writing their course.
If the student pass the evaluations, will be exempted from that course, having decreased in the total hours its time.
This is not considered a recreational diving certification. The SE WHO DESIGNED
The course aims to prepare in various scientific fields such as biology, geology, archeology, oceanography and other:
- Scientists and researchers.
- Students.
- Volunteers in scientific research.
WHO CAN TEACH
This course can be taught by a NAUI instructor in active status, and that meets the following requirements:
- Prove your involvement as an academic or scientific community.
- Be authorized by the Department of Training NAUI.
- Be specialized to teach Advanced Scuba Diver, Rescue Diver and NAUI Fisrt Aid.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTERING THE COURSE
- Minimum age 15 years.
- Be evaluated and approved in swimming techniques.
- Be evaluated and approved in buoyancy control techniques.
RULES OF COURSE
- Dives are not allowed in the room "roof".
- Are not allowed to mandatory decompression dives.
- This course must include at least 15 training dives accompanied by the instructor,
in open water and a minimum total time 800 minutes.
- A minimum of 50 hours of academic classes is required.
- A minimum of 12 dives to gain experience, should be done before the start of the Course Advanced Scuba Diver module.
- All course dives must be registered in Diving Record Book NAUI
- This course can be combined with the NAUI Nitrox Course RECREATIONAL DIVER (maximum EAN 40).
In this case it will be added at the time of said time course.
- During the course, planning must necessarily be done with the use of decompression tables,
regardless of the use of computers.
- It is mandatory to use the "Middle Rule"
(For deeper dives than 12 meters) and Safety Stop in the other dives.
NECESSARY EQUIPMENTS
- Full Basic equipment suitable for local training conditions (including use of wet or dry suit)
- Collect Balancer with d'rings for accessories.
- Aluminum or steel cylinder with a minimum capacity of 2,000 liters.
- Full control with the first stage, a second main stage and a second stage of back up (octopus).
- Depth and timer or dive computer.
- Underwater Compass.
- Small knife or type "Z" (ZKife).
- Two lanterns (for the night diving activities)
- Vertical Lift Bags "lift bags".
- Beeper surface type "deco mark".

FIRST AID

One of the most complete and updated training in the area of First Aid, Released by NAUI WW in 2005 and translated into English in 2008, includes the current protocols of the most respected health organizations. Divided into several modules that can be delivered separately.
It includes topics such as CPR (resuscitation Cardiopulmonary), Anatomy, System of Medical Emergencies, Clearing Airway, hemorrhages and State of Shock, musculoskeletal injuries, poisonings, Cold and Heat Emergency, Transportation and Victims Removal, Administration Oxygen in Emergencies, Diseases of the Blood, AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and Accident marine life.
For the general public, including the business environment, not just divers.

NITROX DIVER

OVERVIEW
Provide the diver with the information necessary for using EAN as the breathing gas mixture. The course can administered alone as a specialty or integrated into the Autonomous Diver Course NAUI.

QUALIFICATIONS GRADUATE
After the successful course the graduates will be able to use EANx (to EAN40) in open water dives without direct supervision in areas and conditions similar to the training.

RULES OF COURSE
Dives can not exceed the depth of 40mts or PO2 of 1.4 ATA or PO2 of 1.6 ATA in case of contingency, which reach first. No planning should include mandatory decompression.
The course can be taught as a NAUI Recognition Program is dives assessment are not included. Recognition status can be replaced by NAUI Diver Certification after EAN dives assessment in a maximum period of six months under instructor supervision EAN NAUI.

SKILLS REQUIRED
At least two dives using EAN, being a repetitive dive. The student must analyze your mix, plan and carry out safely every dive.

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
The following topics must be covered during the course: History of EAN as respiratory gas mixture, Dalton's Law and partial pressure of oxygen and nitrogen physiology, depth limits, advantages, disadvantages and risks of nitrox, oxygen toxicity, hazards and precautions in handling oxygen, concept of PEA, using EAN dive tables with compressed air, tables based on RGBM, or personal dive computer, proper dive planning procedures in preparation EAN mixtures and gas analysis. Google Tradutor para empresas:Google Toolkit de tradução para appsTradutor de sitesGlobal Market Finder ling oxygen, concept of PEA, using EAN dive tables with compressed air tables based on RGBM, or personal dive computer, proper planning of the diving, procedures in preparation EAN mixtures and gas analysis.

SKIN DIVER

This certification course is designed for free diving and snorkeling (surface activity with breathing tube). The graduates successfully will be able to dive in apnea in open water without supervision activities and similar sites to training.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTERING THE COURSE
• Age. Minimum age of twelve (12) years for certification. Junior certification to range from 8 to 12 years old.
• Diver Certification. No certification is required.
QUALIFICATIONS GRADUATE
After the successful course the graduates will be able to use EANx (to EAN40) in open water dives
without direct supervision in areas and conditions similar to the training.
RULES OF COURSE
Dives can not exceed the depth of 40mas or PO2 of 1.4 ATA or PO2 of 1.6 ATA in case of contingency,
which reach first. No planning should include mandatory decompression.
The course can be taught as a NAUI Recognition Program is dives assessment are not included.
Recognition status can be replaced by NAUI Diver Certification after EAN dives assessment in a period
maximum of six months, under instructor supervision EAN NAUI.
SKILLS REQUIRED
At least two dives using EAN, being a repetitive dive. The student must analyze your mix, plan and carry out, with safety, each dive.
ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
The following topics must be covered during the course: History of EAN as respiratory gas mixture, Dalton's Law and pressure
partial oxygen and nitrogen physiology, depth limits, advantages, disadvantages and risks of nitrox, oxygen toxicity,
hazards and precautions in handling oxygen, concept of PEA, using EAN dive tables with compressed air tables
based on RGBM, or personal dive computer, proper planning of the diving, procedures in preparation EAN mixtures and gas analysis.
DIVE MASTER COURSE