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Viking Varmtvannsdrakt HWS MK2, L Tilbake
Viking Varmtvannsdrakt HWS MK2, L
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Produktnr:
2205170000-L
Antall pr pakke:
1
Enhet:
Stk

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Viking Varmtvannsdrakt:

Designed principally for offshore saturation diving, but is also widely used by commercial divers and military divers where extended diving periods will be required, and a supply of hot water will keep the diver comfortable throughout the dive. The suit is manufactured from an abrasion resistant material which is also easy to clean, thus combining durability and comfort.

Flexible material and pattern layout
Abrasion resistant RO-TEX nylon exterior
PU coating for ease of cleaning
Glued and stitched seams, with front seams coated for protection
PU reinforcements on knees and elbows
Unique "click" function valve with 3 flow settings and a dump mode, for increased diver comfort.

Design:
Front entry. Fed by heated water from the surface.
Designed for extended diving periods, including saturation diving.

Suit material:
Base material: 5 mm neoprene
Exterior: RO-TEX nylon with a PU top coating.
This construction creates a very abrasion resistant exterior, which can also be cleaned down after diving.

Underarm panels are constructed from 3 mm material, for maximum freedom of movement. The 2 front mounted pockets are also manufactured from the 3 mm material.

Seams:
Double glued and stitched with a heavy grade polyester thread. The lower torso seam is additionally coated for protection from abrasion caused by friction and sharp objects.

Reinforcements:
PU reinforcements are added to elbows and knees.

Colour:
Black with contrasting grey stitching

Standards:
VIKING HWS MK 2 is CE-marked, after evaluation according to the necessary paragraphs of EN 14225-3:2005
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 Datablad Product_Sheet_Viking_HWS_MK2_1710_LOW_8122.pdf 05.02.2018
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 Sertifikat VIKING_HWS_MK_2_14135HJS01_July2014_p1_8122.pdf 05.02.2018