Why do you need to take the PADI tec trimix diver course?
To go deeper than the normoxic course, but the most important is how to handle a gas that you cannot breathe at the surface and start to be breathable at around 10 or 15 meters (30 to 50 feet) of depth and going deeper.
Going deeper than 65 meters (210 feet) means you need to learn how to use a gas where the PPO2 will allow you deeper depth, but the gas is not breathable at 1 ATM/Bar
You need to learn how to handle, and bypass-calculate counter diffusion as your back gas will contain a high helium content in the mix when switching to the deco gas with a higher nitrogen content. As well as you need to learn long exposure (any exposure).
During your course, you will dive at a maximum depth of 90 meters (300 feet), but your certification as a trimix diver will allow you to dive deeper as you get experienced in extreme dives.
If you are an experienced Tec Sidemount Diver, you might use a sidemount configuration during this course depending how you dive.
During the PADI tec trimix diver course, you will learn:
You will learn how to handle and use hypoxic gas, gas management, pressure issue on the material.
You will learn a lot about the human physiology as well as physics! The knowledge you will aquire during this course is the pinacle of what we know about diving. You will learn:
- Different gas options as well as optional deco gases.
- Counter diffusion and vaso contriction (specially during a long deco).
- Handling more than three, or four deco stage tanks (cylinders).
- Use of softwares to make your own tables and plan your dives.
- Gas management and planning in the team, lost deco gas and so.
- Gas mixtures, bubble models and deep stops.
- how to use multigas trimix computers.
When can you start to learn the PADI tec trimix diver?
As soon as you wish!
You just need to contact us with the form below (or call us), give us a date to start with (the date can always be changed and adjusted by contacting us), and our professional instructors will help you.
Do contact us for any concerns (trouble to download your eBook for example) or if you want to delay your PADI tec trimix diver course.
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You may also want to download or print the PADI medical statement to accelerate the paper work process.
The scuba diving gear in the PADI tec trimix diver course includes:
Exposure suit with side pockets, BCD doughnut, SMB, cutting tool, diving spool, Jet fins, mask and another spare mask, technical diving equipments, hogarthian harness, back plate, twin tank, 2 first stage regulator and 2 second stage regulators for the back gas, 1 long hose (2.10m - 7ft), as many regulators as needed for the 3 or 4 deco tanks (cylinders).
Our scuba Instructor may suggest more options regarding the equipment needed for this course.
At Scotty's dive center the full diving gear is included with all scuba diving courses. You do not have to worry about an added fee; this scuba diving course is all-inclusive with the full diving gear.
As well as 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).
Want to take your diving experience further?
If you want some diving classes alternative and lessons or want to know what's best next for your education, take a look at the three options below.
You might be interested also in this equivalent diving course from another scuba diving agency (SSI):
SSI hypoxic XR diving course.