PADI NITROX CERTIFICATION

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Daily

Duration

1 Day

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Maximum Seats

30

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Full Diving Gear
Certified PADI Instructor
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Full Certification Process

Instruction Overview

9:00AM & 1:30PM

PADI NITROX CERTIFICATION

The PADI Enriched Air Nitrox (EANx) certification is a scuba diving certification program designed to teach divers how to safely plan and conduct dives using enriched air nitrox, which is a breathing gas with a higher oxygen content than regular air. The certification allows divers to extend their no-decompression limits and potentially reduce their surface intervals.

The Enriched Air Nitrox course consists of knowledge development and practical application. Here's a detailed description of each component:
1. Knowledge Development: This component covers the theoretical aspects of diving with enriched air nitrox, including gas laws, benefits, safety considerations, equipment considerations, and dive planning. The knowledge development section includes self-study, discussions, and quizzes to ensure your understanding of the concepts.
2. Practical Application: In this component, you'll learn how to analyze the oxygen content of your diving gas using an analyzer and plan dives using enriched air nitrox. You'll practice calculating maximum operating depths, determining oxygen exposure limits, and planning repetitive dives with the use of enriched air nitrox. Additionally, you'll become familiar with the specific procedures and safety considerations for handling and using enriched air nitrox equipment, such as dedicated cylinders and dive computers.

To enroll in the PADI Enriched Air Nitrox course, you must be at least 12 years old and have a PADI Open Water Diver certification (or an equivalent certification from another recognized diving organization). There are no specific prerequisites for the course other than a basic understanding of scuba diving principles.

Diving with enriched air nitrox offers several benefits, including extended bottom times, shorter surface intervals, reduced nitrogen exposure, and potentially less fatigue after repetitive dives. However, it's important to note that diving with enriched air nitrox requires proper planning and consideration of the specific gas mixture being used, as well as the potential risks and limitations associated with it.

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