Why do you need to take PADI tec 60 CCR rebreather course?
PADI tec 60 CCR rebreather course is the second level in technical diving with a closed circuit rebreathers. In this course you will be able to dive down to a maximum of 60m/200ft on a trimix normoxic due to the higher PPN2 increasing factor after 50 meters (165 feet) on a CCR as opposed as an open circuit dive.
During the PADI tec 60 CCR rebreather course, you will learn:
- Planning your tec CCR dives and different bailout strategies.
- Offboard gas supply capability and offsetting narcosis with helium gas mixes.
- Handling with CCR issues and dive emergencies.
When can you start to learn the normoxic trimix course on a rebreather?
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The scuba diving gear used during the tec 60 CCR rebreather course includes:
An exposure suit with side pockets, The BCD of the CCR or equivalent, a SMB, a cutting tool, a diving spool, Jet fins, 1 mask and another spare mask, technical diving equipments, 2 sling tanks (cylinders) as bailout, a CCR (closed circuit rebreather), CO2 absorbant, 1 tanks (cylinder) of diluent, 1 tank (Cylinder) of O2 (100% oxygen), Oxygen cells, batteries.
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