Rebreather Training

DIVE A REBREATHER WITH TDI CCR AIR DILUENT DIVER COURSE

The TDI Closed Circuit Rebreather (CCR) Air Diluent Diver Course is your first step into closed circuit rebreather diving and your first truly quiet dive experience! Using the latest technology in CCRs can maximize your gas supply and provide an optimum breathing gas for any depth by maintaining a constant partial pressure of oxygen. It’s like having a nitrox blending machine on your back! During this course, your TDI Instructor will teach you all of the necessary skills to conduct no decompression CCR dives to a maximum depth of 30 metres/100 feet using air diluent. Please contact us for pricing details.

Who this rebreather course is for:

The certified diver looking to advance their diver level training and equipment configurations by learning to dive a rebreather. Whether you are an avid photographer, want to experience the silence of diving a rebreather, or looking to get closer to the marine life – rebreather diving is for you.

Rebreather Course prerequisites:

  • Minimum age 18
  • Provide proof of 20 logged open water dives
  • Provide proof as a TDI Nitrox Diver or equivalent from agencies recognized by TDI

What you can expect to learn:

The TDI CCR Air Diluent Diver course takes an in-depth look at all of the following and more:

  • History and evolution of rebreathers
  • Comparison of open circuit (OC), closed circuit, and semi-closed circuit, rebreather (SCR) systems noting the pros and cons of each
  • Practical mechanics of the system
  • Gas physiology
  • Proper scrubber packing: in accordance with manufacturers recommendation
  • Electronic or manual systems design and maintenance
  • Dive tables
  • Dive computers
  • Dive planning
  • Emergency procedures
  • Dive checklists
  • Predive checks

What’s in it for you?

Upon successful completion of this course, graduates may engage in diving activities utilizing the CCR they were trained to dive without direct supervision of the TDI Instructor so long as the following limits are adhered to:

  • The diving activities approximate those of training
  • The areas of activities approximate those of training
  • Environmental conditions approximate those of training
  • To a maximum depth of 30 metres/100 feet
  • No decompression dives are permitted

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