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SVU-5 Helmet  SVU-5 Helmet

Full face mask VM-6  Full face mask VM-6

Emergency breathing  equipment with diving harnesses  Emergency breathing  equipment with diving
 harnesses

Regulator AVM-12  Regulator AVM-12

Remote block  Remote block

Deep sea diving boots  Deep sea diving boots

Dive knife  Dive knife

Air supply panels  Air supply panels

Diving stations of rapid deployment VSBR  Diving stations
 of rapid deployment
 VSBR

Intercom station  Intercom station

Television complex  Television complex

Magnet locks  Magnet locks
    SUPPORT FACILITIES FOR UNDERWATER OPERANTIONS


Diving stations of rapid deployment VSBR
Diving stations of rapid deployment offer new and original decision in Russian diving practice. Stations are designed for urgent deployment of diving post by underwater search-and-rescue operations. Besides, VSBR can be used as mobile diving station for underwater operations up to 60 meters with additional sources of air. Stations are placed in durable and light boxes. Boxes are strengthened by reinforcement ribs and supplied by convenient and strong handles.

VSBR-1
In this model is applied 15 L. cylinder with V-valve as the basic source of air. Cylinder is rigidly fixed in a box. By flexible hose of a high pressure the cylinder is connected to one of high pressure inputs on air supply panel. Depressurizing valve which is installed on the hose allows to be easily disconnected from cylinder. The second high pressure input on air supply panel is connected to the second high pressure hose which is reserve and can be connected to other cylinder, for example 40 L. (by means of the adapters that included into the system set). Two-component cable-hose set length of 40 m. is connected by one end to an output air supply panel and portable telephone station VТS 8601, by another – to full face mask AGA (MK II). As a reserve source of air is used 7 l cylinder (with regulator TITAN XLC and the remote block for switch to breathing from reserve cylinder). The reserve cylinder is equipped by suspension system "SPIROPAK".
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Unlike the VSBR-1, in this model two 15 L. cylinder with V-valves are used. They are connected to the air supply panel. Twocomponent cable-hose set length of 60 m is connected by one end to an output the air supply panel and portable telephone station VTS 8601, by another – to full face mask EXO-26. As a reserve source of air is used 7 l cylinder (with regulator TITAN XLC and the remote block for switch to breathing from reserve cylinder). The reserve cylinder is equipped by suspension system "SPIROPAK".
Thus, VSBR-1 and VSBR-2 represent mobile complete sets (except for dive costumes) of diving equipment and facilities for diving operations that are in constant immediate readiness. On request of Customer complete set of rapid deployment diving stations can be produced in any configuration and installed in boxes of any dimensions.

VSBR-3
Diving stations of rapid deployment VSBR-3 is designed for storage, transport and compressed air supply to diver during operation on depth up to 60 m.
Station provides:
  • diving descent and one diver operation with hose variant equipment; air consumption up to 90 l/min on depth up to 60 m within 15 min;
  • carrying out one diver decompression in water;
The station in a base variant consists of the transport cart, a cylinder in volume of 100 l, control panel and two-component cable-hose set. On request of Customer station can be supplied:
  • without cable-hose set;
  • with cable-hose set (length: 40 - 100 m);
  • with control panel, produced in accordance with requirements of Customer;
  • with telephone station.
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