Safe Diving guide – Decompression. You are here: Safety · Safe Diving BSAC tables. BSAC considers BSAC Decompression illness. You should monitor. increased to 35 metres. To enable BSAC Sports Divers (or similar) to plan and execute nitrox dives for gas mixes up to. 36% using computers/tables controlled. bsac 88 tables + bsac Nitrox tables | Sporting Goods, SCUBA & Snorkelling, Log Books/ Manuals/ PADI | eBay!.
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Safe Diving guide – Decompression
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Surface Code is E. Travelling – hills and mountains Living or diving at altitude Inland sites and bad weather Flying. Be fit to dive Avoid getting cold Do not dive in a dehydrated state Avoid excessive exercise Do not dive with a hangover Abort a dive if anxious or worried Remember.
Switch on the gas analyser 2.
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Calibration – essential before use 3. Slowly open the valve – gas gently hissing out 4. Present the analyser to the cylinder valve. Running low or out of gas should not arise under normal diving conditions Gas consumption increases when: Physical effort increases Divers are cold or anxious Shorten or terminate the dive.
Out of Air v1. What happens when you shake a can of soda and then open it?
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What is happening to the gases in the can of soda? The amount of air going into or out of the lungs on single breath.
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