For the extreme diver ready to further explore the world of technical deep diving, the gas of choice is
trimix ñ a blend of oxygen, helium and nitrogen. The PADI Tec Trimix Diver course takes you to the outer
edges of technical deep diving, opening the door to pristine dive sites few divers if any ever see.
The PADI Tec Trimix Diver course is intended to extend the depth range of technical divers already trained
and qualified to use air, enriched air and oxygen for technical decompression dives beyond 50 metres/165 feet.
Diving with trimix is the outer edge of tec diving the maximum depth for using this technology has yet to
be defined. This course is for Tec 50 or Tec Trimix 65 (or those holding a qualifying certification from
another training organization). The course extends your depth range capabilities by training you to use
trimix (a blend of helium, oxygen and nitrogen).
During this course you will plan and execute between three to eight dives (depending upon whether you
enter the course as a Tec 50 diver or Tec Trimix 65 diver) using EANx and trimix blends. You will use
decompression software to create custom dive tables and dive plans and you will make training dives
as deep as 90 metres/300feet.
- Be a PADI Rescue Diver (or hold a qualifying certification from another organization and having proof of CPR and first aid training with the previous two years).
- Be certified as a Tec 50 or Tec Trimix 65 (or those holding a qualifying certification from another training organization).
- Be at least 18 years old.
- Have logged at least 150 dives.
- Have a medical form signed by your physician.
9 days, knowledge development, 1 confined or limited open water dive and 7 open water dives.
Tec Trimix Diver Crew-Pak, which includes all required materials: Tec Trimix Diver Manual,
deep stop calculation table, trimix decal and emergency procedures slate.
Please note that PADI materials are not included in the course fee.
Please also note that the gases used during the course are not included in the course fee.
The participants pay cylinder fillings, gas mixing, oxygen and helium.