Why do you need to take the tec 100 meters rebreather course?
PADI tec 100 CCR rebreather course is more challenging that PADI tec 60 CCR rebreather course because it includes the usage of diluents and bailout gases which are hypoxic. In this course, you will get to dive to a maximum depth of 100m/330ft.
During the PADI tec 100 CCR rebreather course, you will learn:
- Managing oxygen exposure and usage of hypoxic gases diving deeper than 60m/200ft.
- Usage of multiple bailout cylinders.
- Learn to use the rebreather like a semi closed circuit as a simulation failure.
- Countermeasurering with CCR concerns and diving issues at greater depths.
When can you start to learn the tec 100 CCR rebreather course?
Get started right away by contacting us for your PADI tec 100 CCR rebreather course.
The scuba diving gear in use with the tec 100 CCR course includes:
Exposure suit with side pockets, BCD doughnut, SMB, cutting tool, diving spool, 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 100 meters (resistant to 11 - 12 bars).
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