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flotation tank Pseudomedicine
A type of isolation chamber in which a person floats in a tank filled with water maintained at body temperature, without tactile, auditory or visual cues. Flotation tanks have been used by those who wish to enhance the experience of meditation by eliminating sensory stimulation.
a once-popular, but now little used, technique of suspending a horse in a harness in a tank filled with water for long periods while a limb bone fracture healed; still used for brief periods of several days for lesser injuries.
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His last crime will be solved on February 2 when a dead body is found in a spa's flotation chamber
The second section carries a 12-volt battery, a flotation chamber
to keep the roboshark afloat and an electrical "brain".
Docks Shall Be Marine-grade With Polyethylene Flotation Chambers
Which Are Constructed With Extra Heavy Thick Walls.
Jon Russell, leisure services manager at Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, said: "The floating floor consists of a stainless steel frame, attached to which are flotation chambers
that allow the floor to actually float on the water.
Acrylon makes flotation chambers
out of recycled plastic drink bottles for use under boating docks.