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Enriched Air Nitrox Diver Speciality

Enriched Air Nitrox Diver Speciality

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Who is this course for?

The certified diver looking to advance their knowledge and skill set.

The certified diver looking to extend their no decompression time limits.

Course prerequisites

Open Water Scuba Diver, Junior Open Water Scuba Diver, or equivalent or current enrollment in one of those courses

Minimum age 18, 10 with parental consent

What you can expect to learn

Physiology of using different breathing gas mixtures and equipment considerations for using nitrox.

How to safely use nitrox mixtures up to 40 percent with a dive computer.

Advantages and disadvantages of utilizing nitrox mixtures, how to analyze a nitrox mixture.

What's in it for you?

The benefits of using Nitrox including:

Increased safety marginsReduced post dive fatigue.

Extended no-decompression times.

Nitrox Diver minimum requirements

100 percent comprehension of questions and answers at the end of each chapter in the Computer Nitrox Diving Course.

Analyze at least two nitrox cylinders.

Log at least one nitrox cylinder.

Program a nitrox computer to a mix between 22-40 percent oxygen.

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As a Nitrox diver, you can increase your bottom times and safety margins, plus shorten your surface intervals - so you can spend more time diving and less time waiting!

In this program, you will learn new skills and increase your diving knowledge whilst learning how to safely plan and dive with enriched air mixtures of up to 40% oxygen.

In recreational diving terms, enriched air nitrox (EANx) refers to any nitrogen/oxygen gas mixture with more than the 21 percent oxygen found in normal air. For example, 32 percent and 36 percent oxygen are common; you'll hear them called nitrox 32 (or 36) or EAN32 (or 36). To clearly identify them from air cylinders, tanks filled with EAN are marked with an identifiable tank band at the top, just below the crown. The oxygen mix percentage is written on a label or tag, which is important because the percentage affects your depth limits and no stop dive time.