Tec Trimix 65
An introduction to using trimix gases correctly to a maximum depth of 65m/210ft, helping your deep water exploration become reality!
As a competent Tec diver already you will know that, in order to extend your personal depth limit even further, you will need to be competent in using trimix – a blend of helium, nitrogen and oxygen. The Tec Trimix 65 course will introduce you to using trimix gases correctly to a maximum depth of 65m/210ft. This will help you make your deep water explorations a reality!
To enroll on a PADI Trimix 65 course, you must:
Be certified as a PADI Tec 50 Diver (or equivalent)Be over 18 years oldHave a minimum of 100 logged scuba divesHave been medically evaluated and cleared for diving by a physician within 12 months
You’ll need to have the Tec Trimix Diver Crew-Pak which includes a manual, stop calculation table and emergency procedures slate.
You’ll need full technical equipment plus two stage/decompression cylinders.
You may also use a technical sidemount set-up if you are already qualified to use sidemount configuration.
All required equipment is available at a very reasonable price for you to rent for the duration of your course.
What’s Involved in the Course?
Tec Trimix 65 course topics include:
Trimix diving depth rangesExposure planningSelecting a mixArgon inflation systemsHandling three or four decompression cylindersDecompression modelsEmergency proceduresDecompression software and multi-gas computers
During the course, you will:
Plan and execute at least five dives using EANx and trimix blendsUse decompression software to create custom dive tables and dive plansMake training dives as deep as 65m/210ft
How Long Does the Course Take?
Normal duration: 4 days
Unspoiled location off the beaten trackDiving in a marine parkIncredible biodiversity on dive sitesDedicated Tec Diving facilitiesQuality rental equipmentFull range of courses availableTransparent pricingQuality training with performance-based coursesHighly-trained staff
At XTC we are committed to making safe and competent Tec divers that are able to meet the course performance requirements in a comfortable and repeatable manner. Tec diving has additional inherent risks (when compared to recreational diving) and we want to minimize these additional risks as much as possible. This means is that our training is performance-based, not time-based, so course prices are based on daily rates and your Instructor will discuss with you if additional training days are required.
YOUR TEC ADVENTURE AWAITS
Quality training in a quiet “off-the-beaten track” location with purpose-built Tec facilities.