A deep dive in leisure gases: Gases and mixtures in underwater diving


Diving to see the seabed’s deepest depths; taking the plunge to get up close and personal with seldom seen marine life; taking a deep dive underwater to check out the integrity of an offshore rig; or a specialist military training exercise.

Whether for professional purposes or recreation, countless individuals are taking a deep dive somewhere around the world every single day – and they do so with the aid of diving gases.

When we think of diving gases, it is perhaps as a leisure activity that we think of the most. Indeed, underwater diving has become one of the most desirable holiday activities through the decades, as mankind seeks to come face-to-face with the kind of sub-surface wonders it would only otherwise see through film or TV.

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