Technical Scuba Diving courses: The PADI Tec 100 Closed Circuit Rebreather hypoxic trimix course.
Visiting a wreck at 90 meters (300 feet) with a bottom time between 35 and 45 minutes and an overall dive time of around 3 hours underwater, like this is only possible, first with a Rebreather, but most important with an hypoxic trimix/heliox gas.
You will use on this course a diluent and bailout gases that are hypoxic (non breathable at the surface). You need to monitor your PPO2 and especially the ADV injection (Automatic Diluent Valve) while going down until the diluent become breathable as you do not use a travel gas like in Open Circuit. On your way up, you also need to care to shut down your ADV once you reach the non breathable zone and up. And that is only the beginning of this extraordinary class, where you will flirt with the edge of the knowledge about scuba diving, physiology, CNS management and so on.
Where do we teach the PADI Tec 100 CCR Rebreather course?
Our technical diving facilities are based in Mactan (Cebu region), because the international airport is within 20 mn from our headquarters in Mactan which is fully equiped with the latest technical diving technology.
But the most important is that, around Mactan island, we have the best diving spots to teach tec diving up to 100 - 120 meters (330 - 400 feet) of depth just in front of our headquarters, as well as having the best fun tec dive's sites all around.
For more details, do not hesitate to contact us now using the form below. Or if you wish, you can call us (scroll to the bottom) directly if you are using a smartphone (tap on the phone icon).
- The PADI tec 100 CCR rebreather
- 45,000 PHP + CO2 absorbant + helium + book.
At the end of the course you will go at least one time (2 or 3 times recommended) at a depth of 100 meters (330 feet) with a bottom time of 15mn at this depth.
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Why do you need to take the Tec 100 meters (330 feet) Rebreather course?
You need to learn how to handle multiple bail out gas, to plan your dive with the different rules of sharing bail out gas in case of a unit failure. And of course, you need to know where is the breathable back gas/diluent zone and how to manage that.
The 100 meters (330 feet) Rebreather hypoxic course is also about gas management with a team, what kind of mix you need to make for a particular depth, CNS and OTUs management (you will stay quite a while underwater at high PPO2), management of different set points (to slow your CNS%) in relation of the trimix diluent to be always able to flush your loop at depth, and so on.
During the PADI tec 100 CCR rebreather course, you will learn:
You will learn everything about Hypoxic gas, but also about Hyperoxic trimix/heliox and counter diffusion, like in Open Circuit hypoxic trimix, as you need to learn the management gas for your bail out (Although counter diffusion is not a problem on a CCR, but you need to learn it in case of bail out).
- Managing oxygen exposure and usage of hypoxic gases.
- Usage of multiple bailout cylinders and sharing rules in a team.
- Learn to use the rebreather like a semi closed circuit (if you haven't).
- Countermeasurering with CCR concerns and diving issues at extreme depths.
- Physics and physiology at extreme depth
This is the Ultimate course where you will learn a lot and will become a true expert in scuba diving.
When can you start the Tec 100 CCR Rebreather lessons?
The Tec 100 CCR Rebreather class can be started when you want, although it's better to schedule your class in advance!
You can pass/walk'in at one of our dive center's counter to schedule your course, or ask some questions. You can also call us directly from this/our website (scroll down to the bottom then tap the phone's icon) if you are browsing our website from a smartphone.
You can freely register online (see the form below) to tell us when you would like to start or if you have questions about how you didn't dive or your skill review needs.
You may also want to download or print the medical statement to accelerate the inscription process instead of refilling it in our dive shop.
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The scuba diving gear in use with the Tec 100 CCR Rebreather course includes:
Exposure suit with side pockets, BCD doughnut/rebreather original BCD, SMB, cutting tool, diving spool, 120 meters () Jet fins, mask and another spare mask, technical diving equipments, 2 or more sling tanks (cylinders) for your bailout, a CCR (closed circuit rebreather), CO2 absorbant, 1 tank (cylinder) diluent, 1 tank (cylinder) O2 (100% oxygen), O2 cells, a diving reel with at least 120 meters (400 feet) line, batteries, a flash light rated to at least 110 meters (resistant to 11 - 12 bars).
Our scuba Instructor may suggest more options regarding the equipment needed for this course.
Towels, shower, lockers, drinking water, five-star service like assistance to carry your gear to the beach, boat or pier as well as assistance to clean it (you are on holidays/vacation, you do not have to work) are all inclusive.
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You might also be interested in this scuba diving course from another scuba diving agency:
SSI technical wreck diving course.