Our Course for Enriched Air Nitrox Divers
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:
You enjoy longer no-decompression limits and shorter surface intervals - especially on repetitive dives.
You reduce the risk of decompression sickness compared to making the same series of dives using air.
Further benefits may include improved gas consumption, reduced fatigue and an overall feeling of well being.
If you own a modern dive computer, odds are it is capable of tracking your exposure to both air and Nitrox. Isn't it time you started taking advantage of your computer's capabilities?
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.
This course is open to divers who are:
At least 12 years old.
Certified to the SSI Open Water Diver level or equivalent.
Able to either answer No to all questions on the standard Medical History form or secure a physician's approval prior to the start of class.
This course consists of:
1 classroom session.
Classes take place at the following places and times:
Classroom sessions take place at The Dive Shop. Classes run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm throughout the week. We also offer morning, afternoon, or weekends when requested.
The course fee is $125.00 per person and includes:
Students are responsible for supplying:
Digital Materials Fee: $100.00