Km 37 Helmet

Km 37 Helmet

The Kirby Morgan 37 Diving Helmet continues with our long tradition of providing the highest quality, and superior performance, that divers have come to expect in a Kirby Morgan product. The new Quad-Valve™ exhaust system, which retrofits to most previous Kirby Morgan Helmets, has less breathing resistance than the older single valve exhaust while providing an extremely dry hat. This system is recommended for diving in biologically contaminated water. Our SuperFlow® regulator is a proven design that provides excellent breathing characteristics over a wide range of depths. The Kirby Morgan 37 is one of the most popular designs in the world. It's considered the standard of the commercial diving industry. Choose the Kirby Morgan 37 if you want a rugged diving helmet with a traditional design

A) Side & Top Weights

bring unsurpassed balance to the helmet while providing for accessory mounting areas.

B) Fiberglass and Carbon Fiber

Reinforced ShellKirby Morgan has over 50 years experience in composite laminations. The helmet shell is hand laid up glass fiber reinforced thermal setting polyester (fiberglass) with carbon fiber reinforcement at key points for added durability. It is light and highly impact resistant, and provides a heat/cold barrier as well as being an excellent electrical nonconductor.

C) Defogging Steady Flow Valve provides an additional flow of gas into the helmet for ventilation and defogging.

D) Emergency (EGS) Valve

supplies backup breathing gas to the diver.

E) Gas Supply Non-Return Valve

is Commercial Rated™. It prevents loss of gas pressure in the event of umbilical damage.

F) Rapid Change Modular

Communications System Because the module is easily removed from the helmet, repair or replacement of communications parts is quick and trouble free. It is available with either a male waterproof connector or a bare wire post connection.

G) Positive-Lock™ Latch System

This latching system, developed by Kirby Morgan in 1992, consists of two sealed Positive-Lock™ pull pins which are pulled forward to release the neck collar and neck dam locking system. Even when the latches are released, the O-ring sealed neck dam maintains a positive seal and will not allow the seal to be broken until the collar actually clears the diver's shoulders, thus helping to prevent any flooding of the helmet.

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