Sea Trek Compaonents
The Sea Trek helmet was designed using the latest in state-of-the-art computer aided design. Helmet shape and comfort are the result of hundreds of hours of computer modeling and in-water testing. The overall helmet weight and ergonomic design minimize operator fatigue while providing maximum participant comfort and safety.
Air Delivery System
Two, electrically driven, dry-lubricated compressors alternate to provide continuous air supply with zero down time - even during routine maintenance. In case of electrical power loss, a reserve air supply system engages automatically. The entire system is contained in an easily portable aluminum framework.
From a remote Control Console, the Sea Trek systems operator can monitor - line pressure, flow rates, air flow temperature and power status. A hinged front panel provides a writing surface and weather seal to protect the instrumentation. Aluminum construction and a powder coated finish insure its durability and reliability.
The Sea Trek Hose Reel virtually eliminates hose entanglement. Rather than long individual hoses supplied from the point of entry, one single hose provides air supply to a floating manifold.
From a single air supply hose running off the Hose Reel, the Floating Manifold receives air and distributes a calibrated flow to each of the eight helmets. A maximum of 90 feet is provided between the Floating Manifold and Helmets. Air lines utilize quick coupling fittings which facilitate system assembly/disassembly and storage.
Sub Sea Systems utilizes the finest quality marine components and materials. Exposure to extreme UV rays, heat, and salt water have all been considered in the design and manufacture of the Sea Trek System.