|Stay Down Longer: Few things have revolutionized recreational diving in the past decade as much as the introduction of Enriched Air Nitrox (EANx).
Nitrox is nothing more than the air you are breathing right now with some additional oxygen added to reduce the concentration of nitrogen.
While the additional oxygen offers no benefit in and of itself (and can, in fact, pose additional risk at depth), breathing less nitrogen provides divers with several benefits. Among them:
Topics Covered: Among the many things you will learn as part of this program:
- Enriched Air Nitrox: The advantages and drawbacks.
- Equipment for diving EANx.
- Using standard dive tables with Nitrox.
- Managing oxygen exposure.
- Analyzing EANx cylinders.
- EANx and diving emergencies.
Who Can Take This Course?
|To take this course, you must:
What is Involved?
|The NASE Nitrox Diver course consists of:
Open-water training dives are optional. Students generally have the opportunity to make such dives in conjunction with another NASE Specialty Diver course.
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