In this course, you will learn the physical properties of oxygen and its associated hazards, the methods to handle and what equipment it is necessary for its cleaning.
Finally, you will learn the five methods to obtain the desired nitrox air mixture and the various methods to obtain the appropriate helium mixture.
PADI TEC SIDEMOUNT
In this course we will familiarize with the technical diving skills, knowledge, planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems, dangers of diving with twins correctly mounted for Sidemount dives, which is the preferred configuration for caves.
This new course opens the advantages of trimix to divers TEC50 (or equivalent).
After completing this course, certified divers are trained to make several dives with decompression stops using EANx and oxygen for accelerated decompression, with any trimix mixture with an oxygen content of 18% or more (normoxic), up to a maximum of 65 meters depth.
TEC TRIMIX PADI DIVER COURSE (HYPOXIC TRIMIX)
For the extreme diver who is prepared to continue exploring the world of deep technical diving, the chosen gas is trimix- a mixture of oxygen, helium and nitrogen.
PADI Tec Trimix Diver takes you to the extreme limits of deep technical diving, opening the door to untouched dive sites that few divers have ever seen.
This course completes your first phase of your training as a technical diver, leaving behind the limits of recreational diving, and consists of another 4 technical training dives with multiple decompression gases.
The PADI Tec 45 course starts where the Tec 40 finishes. It increases the depth and your formation as a technical diver. This course is the second subdivision from the PADI Tec Deep Diver course. It consists in other 4 immersions of technical training, where oxygen at the 100% will be used to accelerate the decompressions and to have no limit of decompressive time.