12 06 17 - 14:00
Every regulator needs servicing. How often depends on the manufacturer's recommendations, mostly once a year. So, you go to your dive shop, handover the regulator and probably a few days or week later you are back to pick it up. It looks cleaner, there is a small bag with parts and that is about it. You use the regulator again and chances are you don’t really notice the difference (except if you brought in your regulator with some issues). So what’s the point?
05 06 17 - 14:00
Let's have a look at scuba tanks, we kind of take them for granted, you arrive at the shop, get a scuba tank, we connect them to our BCD and regulator and go diving.
Scuba tanks are relatively small, yet very strong that hold large volumes of compressed gas.
08 05 17 - 14:00
At Joe's Gone Diving all our divemasters and dive instructors dive on enriched air on their dives on Bali, whenever possible and conditions permitting. Diving on enriched air continues to increase in popularity. Find out more about what the fuss is all about in this blog.
What is Enriched air?
Enriched air nitrox is a mixture of oxygen and nitrogen used as a breathing gas in scuba diving. The name “Enriched Air” EAN’x or EAN signifies that the mixture has a higher percentage of oxygen than normal.
05 03 17 - 19:12
All divers experience it every now and then, you are diving around the most beautiful corals and marine life, but you can't enjoy it because you simply can't see it.
Your mask keeps fogging up and all you are busy with is trying to clear your mask to see at least where you are heading.
02 08 15 - 20:06
Just must have seen these divers, they have distinctly marked tanks, green with yellow stripes and Nitrox or Enriched air written over it. What is it? Why are they using it?
If you have asked yourself these questions, or if you are interested to extend your knowledge you arrived at the right place.
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