Diving Equipment, "Three-bolt Helmet" (2) - Brass, Copper - 1987

Description
Diving Equipment, "Three-bolt Helmet" (2) - Brass, Copper - 1987
USSR

This standard diving equipment has been used in the naval and civilian fleet from the 19th century to the present day. They are equipped with scuba diving stations diving boats, rescue boats and towing boats. It does not isolate the diver from the pressure of the external environment (water). Equipped with intercom. Diving equipment, "three-bolt"- equipment for safe immersion in water.
It has Soviet quality mark (OTK).
This equipment was made in the 28th military factory of the USSR. Since the collapse of the USSR it is part of Russia and the factory continues to work.

1) A copper diving helmet with a threaded lookout (preview window) it is attached to the front shirt with three screws (hence the name). In the helmet there are safety spool valves for gram. The thickness of the windows is 12 mm. Weight - 20.5 kg

2) Diving shirt (waterproof rubber coverall) with a shirt. VR-3 shirts are used for three-bolt equipment. The VR-3 shirts are made of three-layer rubberized material (Tiftik, Domestik and silky rubber).
Gram safety valves are located on the shirt. These valves are used to automatically remove excess air from a space suit under water, protecting the shirt from tearing and the diver from accidental ascent and barotrauma of the lungs.
The mass of the shirt VR-3 - 8 kg
3 running biggest growth shirt for divers up to 185 cm.

It will be sent in both orders.

Lot details
No. of items
2
Object
Diving Equipment, "Three-bolt Helmet"
Material
Brass, Copper
Manufacturer/ Brand
28 Fábrica militar USSR
Estimated Period
1987
Country of Origin
USSR
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Weight
30 kg
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