UTD’s Technical Diver program consists of a two step process - Technical Diver 1 (Tech 1) and Technical Diver 2 (Tech 2). They are building block classes that introduce a diver to deeper depths and staged decompression in a slow progression, first working on bottom skills, then ascent skills and finally mid-water skills. Upon completion of these two courses, divers are trained and qualified to a depth of 160’/48m breathing Helitrox 25/25 and Trimix 21/35, to use of stage bottle to conduct…See More
"There's two sizes of seals, and they're quite flexible. Installation was pretty easy, no leaks so far but I haven't tried exposing them to the elements outside of a small leak inside my gloves. Summer being that it is, any moisture in…"
September 23, 2010 at 5pm to September 27, 2010 at 10pm
Technical Diver 1 is the first UTD Technical course that familiarizes divers with the use of Nitrox 32 and/or Helitrox 25/25 as safe bottom breathing gases for use to depths of 130’/39m utilizing a single deco bottle of decompression gas (100% O2) for accelerated decompression procedures.
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