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Amron International 325 ft. Commercial 3-Part Spiral Diving Umbilical with Oxygen Fittings and 4-Pin Female Waterproof Connector

SKU: UDA13-XX0X-M2-0-325 Rate this product

$2,883.23

Availability: 2 In Stock

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Overview

Features:

  • Tough, kink and abrasion resistant
  • Buoyant in sea and fresh water
  • Clean and odor free
  • Flexible and non-aging

Includes:

  • 3 Part umbilical-Air, Pneumo and Comms/Strength
  • (3) Oxygen fittings - Installed on both ends of the divers hose and the surface end of the pneumo hose
  • 4-Pin female waterproof connector installed on the diver's side of the communications cable
  • Dual banana plugs on the surface end of the communications cable
  • D-ring with shackle installed on the diver's end and seized 48 inches from end of hose
  • D-ring installed on the surface end and seized 10 feet from end of hose
  • Brass tag
  • Tested with certification provided

Note: Umbilical lengths are subject to +/- 2% over/under to the quoted length.

Note: Canadian Standards Association code CSA-275.2-04 states that the diver’s lifeline shall have a breaking strength of no less than 2000 lbs. This umbilical does not meet that standard. Please contact your Amron sales representative for an alternate spiral umbilical that can meet this standard.

Amron sells many different diving umbilical configurations. If you don’t see the configuration you need, please call our award winning sales staff at (760) 208-6500 or email us at sales@amronintl.com to help build your diving umbilical, get a quote, and place your order today!

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Amron International's diving umbilicals allow the commercial diver to be safer and more productive. The unique materials and cabled 'ropelike' construction combine to produce the most flexible, neutrally buoyant umbilicals available today. With no need to tape, much reduced repairs and longer life, Amron diving umbilicals not only improve commercial diver efficiency, they actually reduce costs for the commercial diving contractor.

Unlike rubber or PVC compounds used in some commercial diving hoses, Amron uses a particularly clean unfilled polymer containing no plasticizers or potentially harmful additives. This ensures breathing air gas quality is maintained under all conditions from -40°C to 60°C. Amron's diving umbilical hoses will not deteriorate significantly with age and remain flexible and abrasion resistant, thereby easily outlasting rubber and PVC type hoses.

Diving umbilicals in long, continuous lengths can be delivered. Standard lengths are 305m (1,000 ft.). Longer lengths are available upon request. The rugged abrasion resistant construction of Amron's diving umbilicals is ideal for surface supplied diving and can be incorporated with various electrical cables for compact, flexible diving umbilicals that are neutral or float in seawater.

Spiraling of diving umbilicals produces a unified flexible structure that allows components to realign when flexed, minimizing stresses induced by bending. No individual component is always on the inside or outside of the bend. This ensures the diving umbilicals are neither compressed nor stretched.

Note: Umbilical lengths are subject to +/- 2% over/under to the quoted length.

Note: Canadian Standards Association code CSA-275.2-04 states that the diver’s lifeline shall have a breaking strength of no less than 2000 lbs. This umbilical does not meet that standard. Please contact your Amron sales representative for an alternate spiral umbilical that can meet this standard.

Amron sells many different diving umbilical configurations. If you don’t see the configuration you need, please call our award winning sales staff at (760) 208-6500 or email us at sales@amronintl.com to help build your diving umbilical, get a quote, and place your order today!

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  • What is the breaking strength of the communications cable/strength member?

    1100 lbs.

    Note: Canadian Standards Association code CSA-275.2-04 states that the diver’s lifeline shall have a breaking strength of no less than 2000 lbs. This umbilical does not meet that standard. Please contact your Amron sales representative for an alternate spiral umbilical that can meet this standard.

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  • How often should I pressure test my umbilical?

    According to ADCI and IMCA you should pressure test your umbilical annually. Along with your annual pressure test, you should also consider preforming a pull-test on the fittings, thoroughly visually inspect each umbilical member, and clean the inside of the diver’s gas hose.   

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  • How can a failed component be replaced in a twisted umbilical ?

    Because of the construction of the umbilical,components are much less likely to become damaged, therefore the need to replace them is reduced. Even so, it's easy to replace (or add) any single element provided the basic structure of the umbilical is intact. In fact, as there is no tape to remove and replace the process can be quicker than with a conventional umbilical.

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  • Does Amron’s taped and spiral umbilical come with a 90 day warranty?

    No, umbilical’s and hoses are considered custom made equipment and are non-cancelable and non-returnable.  However, all umbilical’s are pressure and continuity tested before they leave Amron meaning there are no manufacturer defects in the hose or the fittings/connectors that were put on.

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  • How much does a 325ft 3 part twisted umbilical weigh?
    Our standard 3 part twisted umbilical part number UDA13-XX0X-M2-0-325 weighs 105 lbs.
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  • What is the working pressure of the ¼ in. pneumo hose?

    300 PSI

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  • What is the working pressure of the 3/8 in. gas hose?

    500 PSI.

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  • Which side of the diver’s umbilical should I install the umbilical sheath on?

    Diver’s side. 

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