> I have never seen a helium table but AFAIK since you ongas > faster, you are required to do decompression stops earlier and > deeper than when diving with air. By extension I'd assume that a > no stop air dive does not necessarily mean a no stop heliox dive. > In both cases, it seems to me inadequate to suggest that using > an air table can be ok for diving heliox. > > Just guessing. > > Jean-Marc I have few TRIMIX tables in Ms EXCEL documents. I also have an Air diving table with Nitrox 60 decompression and one Air diving table with pure Oxygen decompression stops at 6 and 3 meters. If anyone is interesting to get them, I can send them in personal e-mails as binary attachments. Just let me know. ( I will post them in about 10 days, because I'm leaving in Sunday for vacations on Milos Island here in Greece. I heard it have great diving sites. I'll post my experiences when I'll return home.) Stay Wet :) Sotiris.