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MTV (D-MTV) w/QC green 6ft hose

MTV (D-MTV) w/QC green 6ft hose

Regular price $375.00 USD
Sale price $375.00 USD
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SKU:611-3103

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THIS UNIT IS NOT FOR USE IN CANADA


MTV (D-MTV) with 6ft green quick connect hose


Manually Triggered Ventilator (D-MTV)

Used to provide high-concentration oxygen for unconscious, non-breathing and for conscious, breathing injured divers.


PRODUCT DETAILS:

Flow-restricted, oxygen-powered ventilator provides oxygen as both a demand valve and for a non-breathing, unconscious diver.

Contains built-in safety features such as over-pressure relief.

Hard-wearing thermoplastic body with all internal parts made of stainless steel.

Robust to minimized damage from handling

Corrosion free

Superior performance with reduced breathing resistance

No maintenance requirements

MTV valve hose connection is a quick connect end fitting, making it more flexible and quicker to assemble and disassemble.


SPECIFICATIONS:

Required operating pressure: 40 – 80 psi (2.7 – 5.5 bar)

Maximum flow capacity 165 LPM (peak 200 LPM) at 65 psi (4.5 bar)

Cracking (trigger) pressure: < 1 cm H2O (< 0.1 kPa)

Exhalation resistance: < 3 cm H2O (< 0.3 kPa)

Limiting pressure:  < 60 cm H2O (< 6 kPa) through secondary safety valve

Inlet filter: 25 micron

Note that these MTV valves are not compatible with the previous hoses.


New oxygen hoses (green)

Used to connect the Demand Valve (D-DV-W-RC) or the MTV (D-MTV) to the multifunction regulator.


PRODUCT DETAILS:

Green 6 ft oxygen hose with stainless steel end fittings: DISS connector on one end and quick connector on the other end.

Note: This hose is not interchangeable with previous demand valves or MTV-100 valves requiring DISS connectors on both ends.


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