Understanding Scuba Diving
Image property of hippoconsulting Rebreathers are jumping to the spotlight, as scuba diving gets mainstream divers ask for more. CCR is there to answer the pledges of the more adventurous divers, but how it works? Rebreathers seem to be reaching his best moment, prices drop and friendly interfaces, redundant safety systems
There are several complications in diving, some of them are trainable, you can learn and improve, some others are physiological, on my years diving i have met several good divers, having issues equalizing. Here in badfishdivers.com, we collected the best procedures so your dives are less painful and more enjoyable
It is known by all that for diving you first need to get to the water, since the beginning of commercial diving and freediving human kind developed some techniques to make it with safety and comfort. There is not such thing as a best entrance for all environments, better said,
Nitrox is the common designation for every artificial mixture of air where certain amount of oxygen replaces that same amount of nitrogen, making it differently composed from the air we breathe. we call this mixes hyperoxic air mixes. Recreational use of nitrox is limited to 40% oxygen concentrations.
Your actual air consumption is one knowledge that is never useless, while some dive computers can provide you with it if they have a pressure sensor, is very easy to get yours. Air consumption is often measured in liters per minute and for realistic measure you can apply different methods.
MOD is the acronym for Maximum Operating Depth, You will start hearing about it when you take your EANx (nitrox, enriched air…) course, but the truth is that every single mix, even the air you breathe have a maximum operating Depth. Lets take a closer look