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titan rebreather

Postby remcomoonen1991 » Mon Jan 09, 2012 12:37 pm

hi!

im new , and i just passed my orientation, and i want to rent a rebreather .
buth, my friend , has olso rented a rebreather here, and when he put on his mask, the game says, you have no air.

how does this happen? and how can i fix this?

greetzzz
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Re: titan rebreather

Postby eDiver » Mon Jan 09, 2012 4:08 pm

using the rebreather is not simple ....
Before you use the rebreather, you need to open the valves, fill the loop and calibrate the O2 sensors.
Also, you need to be be familiar with diving with gasses with high concentration of O2.
Maybe you could start by taking our Introduction to Nitrox class
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Re: titan rebreather

Postby remcomoonen1991 » Tue Jan 10, 2012 4:12 am

ah ok, some people sey to me, that if i wanna do the entire cave , i need trimix,
can is put in every stage tanks trimix, and witch setting i need then?

greetings
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Re: titan rebreather

Postby dv » Tue Jan 10, 2012 7:46 am

remcomoonen1991 wrote:ah ok, some people sey to me, that if i wanna do the entire cave , i need trimix,
can is put in every stage tanks trimix, and witch setting i need then?

greetings


I used TechDoubles on my back with the following trimix: 16% O2 & 45% HE
Then I had 2 stage tanks:
1 had 36% O2 Nitrox (EAN36)
the other had 27% Nitrox (EAN27)

Start the dive breathing the EAN36. Once you get to around 95 feet deep in the cave, switch to the EAN27. Then once you get to somewhere around 140 ft deep, switch to the trimix. Use the trimix all the way to the end of the cave.

Then on your way back up, switch back to the EAN27 at around 140 feet, and then to EAN36 at around 95 feet. Remember to do all the decompression stops that your dive computer tells you to do. I used the Shearwater Predator, but there are other trimix computers on ediving.

You switch gases using the 'E' key, by the way, if you did not know.

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Re: titan rebreather

Postby remcomoonen1991 » Tue Jan 10, 2012 8:41 am

many thx, this help alot,

deep dives here we come :P

thank you!
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Re: titan rebreather

Postby eDiver » Tue Jan 10, 2012 9:03 am

before you do this in real life .... get trained on Trimix from a qualified instructor!
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Re: titan rebreather

Postby remcomoonen1991 » Tue Jan 10, 2012 9:19 am

eDiver wrote:before you do this in real life .... get trained on Trimix from a qualified instructor!


i know that, im neven gonna do a trimix dive in real :p
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Re: titan rebreather

Postby dv » Tue Jan 10, 2012 10:09 am

yes i should add a disclaimer! I am not trained in trimix or technical diving at all. I just have a basic theoretical understanding with Nitrox & Trimix in the ediving sim. There is no way I would ever attempt something like this in real life!
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