SDI TDI UK shared this document over on Facebook not that long ago. It will make interesting reading to any diver, but especially technical divers and even more so rebreather divers. http://www.hse.gov.uk/research/rrpdf/rr1073.pdf If you are planning your bailout on your normal (and probably optimistic) breathing rate of 15 to 20 litres per minute then the
When venturing beyond the typical air diving range on a rebreather a trimix diluent must be used. However, because a rebreather effectively blends the gas mix on your back to turn it into a better mix to breath, divers have a tendency to just reach for the same diluents. One of the favourites is a 10/52
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