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The new 350M BIBS mask is the perfect combination of performance, durability and comfort. The Amron 350M BIBS Mask was specifically designed to meet the rigorous Norsok U-101 breathing standard and has been successfully performance tested by NUI and validated by DNV. Unlike other BIBS on the market today, Amron's 350M BIBS Mask is built to withstand the extreme conditions found in a saturation diving environment.
The 350M BIBS Mask demand regulator is fully adjustable to allow for easy breathing from surface decompression all the way down to 350 meters pressurized depth. Diver's comfort was a major consideration so the 350M BIBS Mask comes standard with a comfortable oral nasal and a supportive head strap.
For chamber depths over 99 feet of seawater, a secondary vacuum regulator must be installed (see Tescom Regulator (Part Number: 26-2912-282A). A hull-stop valve should be an integral part of the hyperbaric system; used as a safety device to shut down the vacuum should a pressure loss occur. The vacuum regulator allows the exhaled gases to be carried to the outside of the chamber thereby eliminating oxygen buildup or contamination of the chamber environment.
Warning: The Amron 350M BIBS Mask was designed and is for use within a hyperbaric chamber only. It is NOT intended for and must NOT be used underwater.
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The Avox 801238 Series BIBS Oxygen Mask System offered by Amron International features overboard discharge which provides control for the administration of oxygen or gas mixtures without affecting the chamber environment.
The Avox Series 803600 Inhalator is designed for dry atmosphere decompression in a compression chamber and other applications where it is desirable to breath mixtures other than ambient and is not critical if the exhaled gas is vented directly to the chamber atmosphere. This mask is used for surface decompression of persons in a recompression chamber.
The Avox Pressur-Vak II offered by Amron International is designed to administer oxygen or gas mixtures to a diver or patient in a hyperbaric chamber environment. The Avox Pressur-Vak II demand regulator assembly provides breathing gas on demand (inhalation). The Avox Pressur-Vak II regulator is designed to operate with a constant inlet pressure of 65 to 125 PSIG over chamber pressure.
For chamber depths over 60 FSW, a secondary vacuum regulator must be installed (see Tescom Regulator 26-2912-282A). A hull-stop valve should be an integral part of the system as a safety device to shut down the vacuum should a pressure loss occur. The optional Avox Pressur-Vak II pressure reducing regulator is a small reliable regulator assembly with an oxygen coupling. The vacuum regulator allows the exhaled gases to be carried to the outside of the chamber thereby eliminating oxygen buildup or contamination of the chamber environment. The vacuum of the exhaled gas is a direct function of the differential pressure of the chamber and the ambient environment.
The Amron Chamber BIBS Manifold is available in two configurations. The 8000-004 has four supply and four exhaust ports for a maximum of four Avox oxygen masks with overboard discharge. The 8000-002 has 2 supply and exhaust ports. For requirements of more than 4 masks, the manifolds can be installed in series. The manifolds are supplied with a 1/4" and 3/8" male NPT plug.
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