SuperFlow® 350 Regulator Contents

SuperFlow® 350 Regulator Contents
SuperFlow® 350 Regulator
SuperFlow® 350 Regulator & Exhaust System Post Dive Cleaning & Sanitizing
SuperFlow® 350 Regulator
Contents
SF350-1
1.1 SuperFlow® 350 Regulator
& Exhaust System Post Dive
Cleaning & Sanitizing
Adjustment System
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SF350-1
1.1.1 Post Dive Disassembly
1.3 Regulator & Exhaust System
Overhaul
SF350-3
1.1.2 Sanitizing
SF350-8
1.3.1 SuperFlow® 350 Demand
Regulator Removal from Helmet
SF350-3
1.1.3 Post Dive Reassembly
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SF350-3
1.1.4 Special Regulator Tools for
SuperFlow® 350
1.4 SuperFlow® 350 Regulator
Disassembly
SF350-10
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1.2 SuperFlow® 350 Demand
Regulator
1.5 Inspection of SuperFlow® 350
Demand Regulator Parts
SF350-12
SF350-4
1.2.1 General Regulator
Information
1.6 Cleaning SuperFlow® 350
Regulator Parts
SF350-12
1.6.1 Precautions for Cleaning
SF350-4
1.2.2 SuperFlow® 350 Demand
Regulator Test for Correct
Adjustment, Fully Assembled
SF350-12
1.6.2 Cleaning Instructions
SF350-13
SF350-5
1.2.3 Inspection of SuperFlow®
350 Regulator Body Interior
1.7 Reassembly of the SuperFlow®
350 Demand Regulator
SF350-19
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1.2.4 SuperFlow® 350 Demand
Regulator Bias Adjustment
Servicing, Demand Regulator on
the Helmet
1.7.1 Tuning the SuperFlow® 350
Regulator
SF350-20
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1.2.5 Reassembly of the
SuperFlow® 350 Regulator
1.7.2 SuperFlow® 350 Regulator
Steady Flows When Pressured
Up: Special Tools Used (No P/N
525-620 KMDSI Tool Kit)
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1.7.3 SuperFlow® 350 Regulator
Exhaust Valve Replacement
1.1 SuperFlow® 350 Regulator &
Exhaust System Post Dive Cleaning
& Sanitizing
Purpose
This procedure should be performed at completion of diving operations and/or whenever the
helmet is to be used by another diver.
Tools Required:
¼” Flat blade attachment on torque screwdriver
Small Phillips screwdriver
Clean wiping rag
Nylon tooth brush
Spray bottle with mild dish soap solution
Spray bottle with antiseptic cleaner
1.1.1 Post Dive Disassembly
1) Remove the demand regulator clamp by removing the clamp screw. Lift off the regulator
cover and diaphragm.
Remove the regulator cover to inspect the diaphragm.
2) Remove the nose clearing device by loosening
the packing nut removing the knurled knob and
sliding the shaft out through the oral nasal.
3) Remove the microphone from the oral nasal
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SuperFlow® 350 Regulator
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The exhaust valve inserts are recessed on one side to accept the exhaust valves so they sit flush in the inserts. The exhaust valves
must be installed properly in the inserts or they will not seal or perform properly.
mask then remove the oral nasal mask from the
helmet.
place, then remove the valve, seat and sealing Oring.
4) Remove the oral nasal valve and body.
6) Using the soap solution, wet the exhaust
valves, water dump valve, the valve seats and all
surfaces exposed to the diver’s exhaled breath.
The water dump valve can be difficult to see so
take extra care to be sure it is cleaned. Agitate
surfaces with the rag and/or brush, then rinse
with freshwater.
Make sure the solution flows through the rear of
the regulator where the oral nasal mask attaches
to the mount nut. This will help to ensure the exhaust valve in the regulator gets cleaned.
7) After cleaning with soap solution, carefully inspect everything that has been cleaned for any
signs of deterioration or damage. Replace any
components in question.
Remove the microphone so you can remove the oral nasal
mask.
5) Using a small Phillips screwdriver, carefully
remove the two clamps, screws & nuts then pull
the whiskers away from the water dump body.
Remove the valve seats and valves. Remove the
tie wrap holding the water dump components in
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valve. Check to make sure the oral nasal valve is
installed so the valve opens into the mask.
4) Reinstall both whisker valves ensuring the
valves open outward away from the regulator
body. They must be installed in the correct orientation.
B WARNING
The exhaust valve inserts must be
installed in the correct orientation in
exhaust main body. If the inserts are
installed backwards, the diver will be
unable to exhale. This could lead to
suffocation and death.
Inspect the exhaust valves on a regular basis.
1.1.2 Sanitizing
Sanitizing is done to minimize the spread of
germs. The helmet should be sanitized daily
when used by one diver, and between dives when
used by multiple divers.
To maximize germ killing action, all internal surfaces that come in contact with exhaled breath
need to be thoroughly wetted with the sanitizing
solution and kept wet for at least ten minutes
then thoroughly rinsed.
See "1.3 General Cleaning & Inspection Procedures" on page FRNT-40 for detailed sanitization instructions.
1.1.3 Post Dive Reassembly
1) Wipe clean the surfaces where the parts will
fit, make sure all parts are clean, then re-install
the water dump components. Do not lubricate
any of the parts. Parts must be installed dry.
B WARNING
The exhaust valves must be correctly
installed in the exhaust valve inserts
or they will not seal correctly. This
could lead to a backflow of water into
the helmet, which could expose the
diver to any contaminants that are in
the surrounding water. Depending on
the contaminants, this could lead to
serious personal injury or death.
5) Install the left and right whiskers then inspect
and install the tie wraps or whisker clamps.
Place tie-wraps around the tie wrap grooves in
each of the two whiskers. Before doing the final
tightening of the tie-wraps, make sure that parting line on bottom of wings is 5/16” behind parting
line on the main body, and the heads of the tie
wraps are positioned on the back of the body.
Properly re-align the port and starboard wings to
the main body.
2) Reinstall the oral nasal mask onto the regulator mount nut, then lightly lubricate the nose
block shaft with silicone. Install and secure by
wrapping the knob with a rag, tightening with
pliers while holding the padded end.
6) Install the diaphragm and regulator cover.
Tighten the screw to 12 inch pounds using a
torque screwdriver.
Lightly tighten the packing nut. Tighten only
enough so that it cannot be loosened by hand.
Five special tools should be used for maintenance
and adjustment of the demand regulator assembly; the inlet valve holder, regulator adjustment
wrench, socket wrench, castle wrench, and regulator mount nut socket wrench. These three
wrenches make regulator adjustment much
3) Install the microphone into the oral nasal
mask. Reinstall the oral nasal valve body and
1.1.4 Special Regulator Tools for
SuperFlow® 350
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SuperFlow® 350 Demand Regulator
easier. The tools come in a convenient pouch
with instructions, (P/N 525-620). This tool kit
ships standard with every Kirby Morgan helmet
equipped with the SuperFlow® 350 regulator.
1.2 SuperFlow® 350 Demand
Regulator
1.2.1 General Regulator Information
While the regulator systems on all Kirby Morgan helmets are simple and highly reliable, the
breathing resistance will increase if the demand
regulator on your helmet is not maintained or
adjusted properly. The demand regulator must
receive regular maintenance to assure the best
performance possible. However, in the event the
demand regulator is damaged, there is always a
backup supply of steady flow gas available from
the defogger valve.
For the gas inlet valve and adjustment system to
operate properly, the components in the demand
regulator MUST be in good condition and MUST
be periodically inspected and adjusted.
Five special tools, the inlet valve holder (P/N
525-616), the regulator adjustment wrench (P/N
525-611), the socket wrench (P/N 525-612), the
castle wrench (P/N 525-618) and the regulator
mount nut socket wrench (P/N 525-625) should
be used to work on the SuperFlow® 350 regulator
whenever possible.
Disassembly, assembly, and adjustment can be
done without these tools, but the work is much
easier if these tools are used. The above five tools
are available together along with a tool case. The
“Tool Kit with Pouch” is Part #525-620. This kit
is included with each new Kirby Morgan helmet
that is equipped with the SuperFlow® 350 regulator.
Tool Kit with pouch - Part #525-620.
1.2.2 SuperFlow® 350 Demand Regulator
Test for Correct Adjustment, Fully
Assembled
To maintain optimum performance of the demand regulator, it should be checked for proper
function and adjustment prior to commencement
of diving each diving day, in accordance with the
KMDSI Daily Set Up and Functional Checklist.
See the Dive Lab website (www.divelab.com) for
the latest procedures for set-up.
Check the regulator for adjustment and proper
function with the assembly complete, and supplied with a breathing gas supply pressure of 135
to 150 p.s.i.g.
NOTE: 135 to 150 p.s.i.g. over ambient is the
standard supply pressure to be used when
adjusting all KMDSI helmets and bandmasks equipped with the SuperFlow® 350
regulator. See "Supply Pressure Requirements & Tables" on page APNDX-4 for recommended pressures during use.
NOTE: When storing the helmet for any length of
time, ensure that the regulator adjustment knob
is turned “out” fully counterclockwise to avoid
stressing the bias springs and removes unnecessary pressure on the inlet valve seat. This will
prolong the life of both the inlet valve, seat, and
bias springs.
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1) Rotate the regulator adjustment knob in, towards the regulator body.
2) Ensure the supply pressure is connected and
properly adjusted to 135 to 150 p.s.i.g.
3) Turn on the gas supply.
4) Rotate the adjustment knob out counterclockwise slowly, until a slight steady flow develops.
5) Slowly rotate the adjustment knob in clockwise, until the free flow stops. Lightly depress
the purge button several times and ensure the
gas flow has stopped.
6) Lightly depress the purge button. There should
be between 1/16” and 1/8” free travel in the button
before gas flow starts. When the button is fully
depressed, a strong surge of gas must be heard.
7) If the purge button travels less than 1/16” or
greater than 1/8” before free flow is heard, the demand regulator requires internal adjustment,
per "1.7.1 Tuning the SuperFlow® 350 Regulator"
on page SF350-19.
1.2.3 Inspection of SuperFlow® 350
Regulator Body Interior
Tools Required:
¼ inch Flat Blade Attachment on Torque Screwdriver
1) Remove the demand regulator clamp by removing the clamp screw.
SuperFlow® 350 Demand Regulator
2) Lift off the regulator cover and diaphragm.
3) Clean the diaphragm with the soapy solution,
per "1.3 General Cleaning & Inspection Procedures" on page FRNT-40 and wipe dry. Inspect the
diaphragm for holes, tears or any signs of deterioration by holding it up to a white light and
stretching and pulling. Check for a good bond
between the metal disc and the silicone. Replace
the diaphragm if any doubt exists as to its integrity.
B WARNING
Use only replacement diaphragms
manufactured by Kirby Morgan. Use
of other diaphragms may degrade performance and may cause increased
breathing resistance. This can lead to
fatigue and the inability to work at full
capacity.
4) Inspect the interior of the demand regulator body for damage, corrosion and cleanliness.
Clean the interior of the regulator body if necessary per "1.1 Overpressure Relief Valve Overhaul Procedures" on page OPRV-1.
5) Reinstall the diaphragm, cover, and clamp.
Make sure the metal parts are clean and dry. Do
not lubricate the diaphragm. Tighten the clamp
screw to the recommended torque of 12 inch
pounds using a torque screwdriver.
NOTE: Older regulator clamps, when properly torqued, had a gap of approximately 1/32”
to 1/16” between the retaining clamp surfaces
when fully tightened. All current clamps
when properly torqued, have little or no gap
between the retaining clamp surfaces.
1.2.4 SuperFlow® 350 Demand Regulator
Bias Adjustment Servicing, Demand
Regulator on the Helmet
Note: This procedure should be used when
replacing the O-ring on the adjustment
shaft and/or cleaning and lubricating the
shaft threads during field repairs. Start at
the adjustment knob end of the regulator:
Remove the demand regulator clamp.
Tools Required:
3/4 inch Open-end Wrench Attachment on Torque
Wrench
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3/32 inch Punch & Small Block of Wood
Ball-Peen Hammer
Regulator Adjustment Tool Kit, Part #525-620
Torque Wrench
1) Unscrew the regulator adjustment knob until
it stops. If the knob wobbles as you turn it, or
is extremely hard to turn, the shaft is bent and
needs to be replaced.
ADJUSTMENT
KNOB
PACKING NUT
The SuperFlow® 350 regulator assembly.
ADJUSTMENT
SHAFT
SPACER
PISTON
RETAINING PIN
REGULATOR BODY
SPACER
LOCK NUT
DIAPHRAGM
INLET VALVE
INLET NIPPLE
WASHER
COVER
CLAMP
ROLLER LEVER
EXHAUST
VALVE
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EXHAUST
FLANGE
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NOTE: If the spacer and the spring set are
stuck, this could indicate corrosion or possible saltwater intrusion into the adjustment
tube and assembly, or that the adjustment
tube is bent. The demand regulator should
be removed from the helmet, cleaned and inspected, per "1.3.1 SuperFlow® 350 Demand
Regulator Removal from Helmet" on page
SF350-8 or for stainless steel helmets with the
stainless pod, per "1.1.4 Removal of Regulator Alone" on page POD-4.
6) Carefully inspect all parts for corrosion, paying particular attention to threaded surfaces and
the spring set. Clean and lightly lubricate parts
per "1.3 General Cleaning & Inspection Procedures" on page FRNT-40.
Shake out the spacer, spring set, and piston.
Inspect the washer and o-ring.
Screw the regulator adjustment knob out for removal.
2) Loosen the nut, then rotate the adjustment
knob counterclockwise until the adjustment knob
and the adjustment shaft are free.
3) Remove the spacer, springs, and piston. At this
point the threads can be cleaned and lubricated
as well as the adjustment shaft.
4) Punch out the retaining pin using a 3/32" punch.
Use a block of wood with a ¼" hole drilled through
it to support the knob. Position the knob so the
roll pin is over the hole. The adjustment knob can
be held against the wood block allowing the roll
pin to be driven into the ¼" hole.
5) Remove the adjustment knob, the washer and
O-ring.
NOTE: Carefully inspect the adjustment shaft to
ensure it is straight, Check for damaged threads.
Replace the adjustment shaft and O-ring if any
damage is found.
7) Replace washer.
8) Replace the O-ring.
9) Inspect the inside of the adjustment tube on
the regulator body to be sure there is no corrosion and the adjustment assembly can travel
freely. Ensure the alignment tube is not bent or
misaligned from impact, and that the threads are
clean.
NOTE: If the inside of the adjustment tube is
corroded, this indicates saltwater intrusion
into the adjustment tube and assembly. The
demand regulator requires removal from
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the helmet and cleaning per "1.3.1 SuperFlow® 350 Demand Regulator Removal from
Helmet" on page SF350-8 .
1.2.5 Reassembly of the SuperFlow® 350
Regulator Adjustment System
Tools Required:
3/4 inch Open-end Wrench Attachment on Torque
Wrench
Silicone grease, or oxygen compatible grease if
used for oxygen service.
1) Lightly lubricate the piston and spacer and
place the piston back in the regulator adjustment
tube, followed by the spring set, and spacer.
2) Lightly lubricate the adjustment shaft end
and threads, install the washer and the lightly
lubricated O-ring on the adjustment shaft.
3) Slip the packing nut over the adjustment shaft
followed by the adjustment knob.
4) Hold the shaft and rotate the knob until the
pin holes line up. Use the inlet valve holder from
the regulator tool kit to accurately align these
holes. Using a small hammer drive the retaining
pin back into place, until it is flush with the surface of the adjustment knob.
5) Screw the adjustment knob assembly clockwise back into the regulator body leaving enough
packing nut exposed to place the wrench on it.
Torque Wrench and 1 3/8 inch Socket
1/4 inch Flat Blade Attachment on Torque Screwdriver
Torque Wrench and 11/16 inch Open-end Attachment
Torque Wrench and 13/16 inch Open-end Attachment
Torque Wrench and 7/8 inch Open-end Attachment
7/8 inch Open-end Wrench
And/or P/N 525-625 Regulator Mount Socket
Wrench (in 525-620 Tool Kit).
1) To remove the regulator from the helmet, the
bent tube should be disconnected first. The bent
tube assembly should be loosened at the side
block and disconnected from the regulator. It
may now be swiveled out of the way or completely removed.
2) Remove the whiskers from the port retainer by
removing the screws. Take care not to lose the
spacers, kidney plates or zinc anodes.
3) Remove the nose block device per "1.2.1 Nose
Block Assembly Removal" on page FCPRT-5.
4) Remove the oral nasal mask.
5) The regulator mount nut is removed along
with the sealing O-ring.
NOTE: Ensure the adjustment shaft rotates
smoothly.
6) Thread the packing nut onto the regulator
body and tighten with the ¾” torque wrench to
40 (after seating) inch pounds, turn the knob all
the way in and all the way out making sure there
is no interference.
7) With the inlet valve stem depressed into the
regulator body, insert the lever feet between the
washer and spacer then release the pressure on
the inlet valve.
1.3 Regulator & Exhaust System
Overhaul
1.3.1 SuperFlow® 350 Demand Regulator
Removal from Helmet
Tools Required:
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Minimum Recommended Replacement Parts for
Annual Overhaul:
Inlet valve Soft Seat 510-580
Adjustment shaft O-ring 510-011
Adjustment Shaft Washer 520-032
Lock Nut 530-303
Diaphragm 510-553
Inlet Nipple O-ring 510-014
Exhaust valve 510-552
Or order the “Soft Goods Kit” appropriate for
your model helmet/mask.
1) Remove the screw for the regulator cover and
clamp.
2) Remove the regulator cover and the diaphragm.
3) Adjustment knob removal is started by unscrewing the adjustment knob until it stops.
The regulator mount nut must be removed to remove
the regulator.
For Quad-Valve Equipped Helmets
6) Cut the tie wrap that connects the regulator
body to the Quad Valve cover.
For All Helmets
7) Now the regulator assembly can be pulled out
of the helmet.
8) The center section of the exhaust whisker,
named the exhaust main body has a tie wrap
holding it in place. Remove the tie wrap then
stretch the body off the regulator exhaust flange.
9) Older model double or single exhaust whiskers
are removed similarly.
1.4 SuperFlow® 350 Regulator
Disassembly
Tools Required:
1/4 inch Flat Blade Screwdriver on Torque Wrench
7/8 inch Open-end Attachment on Torque Wrench
3/4 inch Open-end Attachment on Torque Wrench
3/32 inch Punch
7/8 inch Open-end Wrench
Small Ball Peen Hammer
KMDSI Tool Kit Part #525-620
Silicone Adhesive, Dow Corning® 732 or equivalent
4) The packing nut is now exposed enough to use
a wrench on it for removal. As the nut is backed
off, also unscrew the knob.
5) The O-ring and washer will remain on the adjustment shaft.
6) Tilt the regulator so that the spacer, spring
set, and piston fall out of the adjustment tube of
the regulator.
NOTE: If the spacer and the spring set are
stuck, this indicates possible corrosion or
saltwater intrusion into the adjustment tube
or the adjustment tube may be bent. This occurs if the helmet is dropped on the adjustment knob or the adjustment knob otherwise
impacts against a rigid object. Repairs must
be made by a trained KMDSI technician.
7) On the adjustment knob, drive out the retaining pin using a 3/32" punch. Use a block of wood
with a ¼" hole drilled through it to support the
knob. Position the knob so the retaining pin is
over the hole. The adjustment knob can be held
against the wood block allowing the retaining pin
to be driven into the ¼” hole.
8) Remove the inlet nipple from the regulator
body. The O-ring should be replaced if a scheduled overhaul is being performed.
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9) Place the castle wrench in the inlet nipple side
of the demand regulator over the soft seat of the
inlet valve to prevent the inlet valve from rotating.
10) Tilt the regulator and drop out the inlet valve
and washer.
11) The spacer and lever will now fall out of the
regulator body.
NOTE: Ensure that the washer comes out
with the other components. It may remain in
place due to corrosion.
12) Remove the screws that hold the exhaust
flange in position. Remove the flange and gasket
from the regulator body.
13) Remove the exhaust valve from the exhaust
flange prior to reassembly.
The Castle Wrench and inlet valve.
Install the socket wrench from the KMDSI Tool
Kit (Part #525-620) through the adjustment tube
and engage the lock nut on the inlet valve. Loosen and remove the lock nut by rotating the socket
wrench counterclockwise.
B CAUTION
The inlet valve adjustment nut must
never be reused. Reuse of the adjustment nut will not allow the regulator to
maintain proper adjustment.
1.5 Inspection of SuperFlow® 350
Demand Regulator Parts
After the regulator has been disassembled, clean
and inspect all parts. Any parts showing signs
of wear, damage or deterioration should be replaced. If this is an annual overhaul KMDSI recommends replacement of the inlet valve seat, lock
nut, O-ring on inlet valve, O-ring on adjustment
shaft, washer on the adjustment shaft. A rebuild
kit is available for replacement parts (Part #525309), or order the “Soft Goods Kit” appropriate
for your model helmet/mask.
If any parts show any signs of damage, deterio-
INLET VALVE
LOCK NUT
VALVE SEAT
INLET NIPPLE
O-RING
SPACER
ROLLER LEVER
REGULATOR BODY
WASHER
JAM NUT
SuperFlow® 350 regulator body with roller lever assembly and inlet valve.
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ration or any damaged threads, the part should
be replaced. The lock nut must never be reused.
Reuse of the lock nut will not allow the regulator
to maintain proper adjustment.
1) Exhaust valve: Ensure the silicone exhaust
valve shows no signs of damage, brittleness or
any deformities. The exhaust valve should lay
flat against the seat. If conducting an Annual
Overhaul, the exhaust should be replaced. Ensure the seat spokes that hold the exhaust valve
are smooth, even and not bent, and that the
chrome plating is intact.
Slight bends in the spokes may be removed by
pressing with a thumb. The exhaust valve seating area should be free of dirt and corrosion to
ensure the valve can lay flat and seal properly.
NEVER lubricate the valve. Lubricating the
valve will cause dirt and particles to stick to the
valve and seat causing poor performance and wet
breathing.
2) Inlet valve: Check the condition of the rubber
seat for wear and/or deep grooves. If the orange
silicone seat surface is stained to a dark color,
this is an indication the air supply that was being used was dirty,
Check the condition of the inlet nipple. The inlet nipple knife-edge must be in good condition,
free of nicks, chipped chrome or any damage. If
the inlet nipple knife-edge has nicks or missing
chrome, the inlet nipple as well as the soft seat
will require replacement. During annual overhaul the inlet valve soft seat should be replaced.
3) Inlet Valve Soft Seat Replacement: To replace
the soft seat use a small screwdriver or O-ring
pick to pry the soft seat from the chrome plated
brass valve body. Using a sewing needle or toothpick clean all old silicone sealant from the vent
The exhaust valve must be in good condition.
ADJUSTMENT KNOB
Adjustment end of the SuperFlow® 350 regulator.
RETAINING PIN
PACKING NUT
O-RING
WASHER
SHAFT
SPACER
SPRING SET
PISTON
REGULATOR BODY
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Cleaning SuperFlow® 350 Regulator Parts
hole in the bottom of the cup area, and from the
cupped area itself. Note: Replace the entire inlet
valve if any chrome is missing or if the shaft is
bent or thread damage is present.
4) Dab a small amount of silicone adhesive Dow
Corning® 732 or equivalent on one side of the new
soft seat then press the seat into the cup area of
the inlet valve assembly then using a clean cloth,
wipe all excess silicone from the valve assembly.
It will take approximately 12 hours for full cure
of the silicone.
Note: After the silicone has completely cured,
double check the soft seat surface for excess
cured silicone & completely clean it off.
B WARNING
Use silicone sealant in a well ventilated area. Do not
breathe the fumes
from uncured silicone sealant. These
fumes are dangerous and can cause
unconsciousness.
They can also cause
long term damage
to body tissue. Read
and follow all precautions listed on
the silicone sealant
tube and Material
Safety Data Sheet.
5) Diaphragm: Check to determine if rubber
has separated from the metal disc. Hold the diaphragm to a bright white light, while aggressively pulling and stretching to reveal damage,
deterioration, or holes.
Diaphragms showing any indication of damage
should be replaced. The diaphragm should always be replaced during scheduled annual overhauls.
6) Inspect the whisker components. Replace the
whisker if it shows signs of wear, aging or any
damage.
For Helmets That May Be Upgradable To
A Quad-Valve Exhaust
The current whiskers of the Quad Valve™ are
much more rugged than the older latex double
exhaust system, will give a much longer service
life and provide better breathing performance
at depth. Older, latex double exhaust systems
should be replaced with the current Quad Valve™
exhaust system, or the Tri-Valve for the SL 27.
1.6 Cleaning SuperFlow® 350
Regulator Parts
1.6.1 Precautions for Cleaning
The inlet valve of the SuperFlow® 350 requires
frequent cleaning and lubrication due to the exacting tolerances of the inlet valve mechanism.
Once familiar with this procedure the task can
be accomplished in about 10-15 minutes. The following procedure is intended as a routine maintenance of the inlet valve mechanism. If an annual overhaul is being done, replacement of all
O-rings is required.
1.6.2 Cleaning Instructions
1) If the inlet valve soft seat appears to be in
good condition, clean and re-lubricate. Replace
the seat if needed as per "1.5 Inspection of SuperFlow® 350 Demand Regulator Parts" on page
SF350-10
2) Carefully clean all regulator components using a solution of dish soap and water, remove corrosion by soaking for 15-30 minutes in a 50/50 solution of vinegar and water. A tube brush should
be used to clean the inside of the regulator body.
B CAUTION
Use only mild soap such as hand dish
washing soap. Use only a tube brush
that does not have an exposed metal
tip, or use an all plastic brush. A tube
brush with hard metal components
could scratch the plated surfaces
Use care not to scratch the metal surfaces with
the end of the tube brush. Use a soft nylon brush
on all other surfaces. After cleaning rinse thoroughly with warm fresh water and blow or air
dry.
3) Lay out all components and carefully inspect
using a bright white light, for signs of damage.
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Replace any components in question. Re-clean
any components that show signs of contamination.
When completing a scheduled overhaul, always
replace the diaphragm, exhaust valves and Orings. Replace any and all components that show
signs of wear or damage.
1.7 Reassembly of the SuperFlow®
350 Demand Regulator
NOTE: Use the BlowApart in the back of the
manual to help ensure correct assembly.
1) Install the exhaust flange, gasket, and screws
onto the regulator body. Use Loctite® 222 to secure the screws. Tighten the screws to 10 inch
pounds.
Be sure to use Loctite® to install the screws in the
regulator body.
B WARNING
The gasket that sits between the
regulator exhaust flange and regulator body must be in place. Without
this gasket, the regulator will leak and
drowning could result.
The screws that hold the flange on the regulator body
should be tightened to 10 inch pounds.
The gasket must be installed between the flange and
regulator body.
If the flange is tightened too much, the gasket will
protrude into the exhaust valve opening and interfere
with proper regulator performance.
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2) Trim off any excess material from the gasket
that might interfere with the operation of the exhaust valve.
er and spacer may be placed in the recess in the
inside of the regulator body before inserting the
inlet valve stem.
3) Install the new exhaust valve into the regulator and trim off any excess stem that may interfere with the movement of the lever or inlet
valve.
B CAUTION
Be sure the washer and spacer installed on the inlet valve shaft are installed in the correct sequence. If they
are not, the regulator will not perform
properly.
5) Using the socket wrench from the tool kit, run
the lock nut onto the inlet valve stem approximately 1 ½ to 2 turns, leaving enough slack to allow installation of the lever. With the inlet valve
pressed in, the washer and spacer must be loose
on the inlet valve stem so the lever can be installed.
The exhaust valve is installed on the outside of the
flange.
6) Check the roller lever. The lever legs MUST
be parallel to each other and free of any nicks or
burrs. Check them with a straight edge and align
them if necessary by carefully bending them with
pliers.
7) With the inlet valve stem depressed into the
regulator body, insert the feet of the roller lever
between the washer and spacer, then release the
pressure on the inlet valve.
8) Hold the inlet valve with the castle wrench so
that it cannot rotate, tighten the nut until three
threads are visible past the nut. This will be acceptable for initial set up.
9) While holding the lever down, install the inlet
nipple with its O-ring on, into the regulator body.
Using the torque wrench, tighten the inlet nipple
to 40 inch pounds. Make sure the jam nut is completely threaded on to the inlet nipple.
The stem of the exhaust valve that sticks into the
regulator body must be trimmed.
4) While using the castle wrench to hold the inlet
valve, insert the valve into the bent tube end of
the regulator body. Place the washer sharp side
down, then the spacer over the end of the inlet
valve stem. As an alternate procedure, the wash-
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10) Lightly lubricate the piston and spacer. Install the piston, spring set and spacer into the
adjustment tube of the regulator body, sequence
as shown in the blow-apart drawing.
11) For the adjustment shaft, lightly lubricate
the new O-ring then install it and the new washer onto the shaft.
12) Slide the packing nut onto the adjustment
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Nut
This Screw Head Is Up
Whisker Clamp
Step Facing Towards Regulator
This Screw Head Is Down
Nut
Whisker Assembly Details
Special note on whisker clamps: There is no left or
right whisker clamp. Both clamps are identical.
If the clamps are not oriented correctly, it will be very
difficult to tighten the screws that secure them. There
is also a good possibility that the clamp will come
off of the whisker, reducing the effectiveness of the
exhaust system in keeping the breathing system dry.
B WARNING
If the whisker clamps are not installed
properly, the exhaust valves will leak.
This leads to a chance of backflow
into the regulator through the exhaust
valve. In contaminated water diving,
this is a serious emergency.
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shaft, then slip the knob onto the end of the shaft.
Hold the shaft and rotate the knob until the pinholes line up. Use the inlet valve holder - the “L”
shaped tool (or a 3/32” punch), from the regulator
tool kit to accurately align these holes.
For Tri-Valve Exhaust
13) Install the retaining pin by tapping it in with
a small hammer until it is flush with the outer
surface of the knob.
For Older Double Exhaust Or Single Exhaust
17) Stretch the Tri-Valve® main exhaust body
onto the exhaust flange of the regulator. Rotate
as needed so the port and starboard whiskers can
be installed.
18) For the older double exhaust or single exhaust, stretch the exhaust whisker onto the exhaust flange of the regulator. Fasten the double
exhaust to the regulator with a tie wrap and
tighten.
B WARNING
The exhaust valves must be correctly
installed in the exhaust valve inserts
or they will not seal correctly. This
could lead to a backflow of water into
the helmet, which could expose the
diver to contaminants in the water.
Depending upon the properties of the
contaminants, this could lead to serious personal injury or death.
Install the retaining pin into the adjustment knob.
14) Lightly lubricate the end of the shaft and the
threads with the appropriate lubricant. Thread
the adjustment shaft clockwise, using the adjustment knob, into the regulator tube until the
packing nut can be started.
Back out the adjustment knob once the packing
nut is engaged on the demand regulator body to
access the packing nut with the torque wrench.
Using a torque wrench, tighten the packing nut
to 40 (after seating) inch pounds.
15) Rotate the adjustment knob in i.e., clockwise, several turns, then recheck the torque one
more time. Ensure the adjustment shaft rotates
smoothly and there is no binding.
For Quad-Valve Exhaust
16) Stretch the Quad-Valve main exhaust body
onto the exhaust flange of the regulator. Install a
tie wrap and tighten. Cut and discard protruding
end of tie wrap. Rotate as needed so the port and
starboard whiskers can be installed.
For All Helmets
Inspect the whisker exhaust valve inserts for
damage and contamination. Install new valves
ensuring they are installed onto the correct side
of the inserts.
19) Install the inserts with exhaust valves into
the Quad-Valve main exhaust body. Refer to the
notation or marks made when the parts were disassembled.
B WARNING
The exhaust valve inserts must be
installed in the correct orientation in
the Tri/Quad Valve exhaust main body.
If the inserts are installed backwards,
the diver will be unable to exhale. This
could lead to suffocation and death.
For Helmets Equipped With Tie-Wraps
20) Install the left and right whiskers then inspect and install the tie-wraps.
For Helmets Equipped With Whisker
Clamps
21) Install the left and right whiskers then inspect and install the whisker clamps.
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Place whisker clamps around the grooves on each
of the two whiskers. Before doing the final tightening of the clamps, make sure the parting line
on the bottom of the wings is 5/16” behind the parting line on the main body.
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For Helmets Equipped With The Stainless Steel Quad-Valve Pod
23) Insert the regulator into the pod and align
by stretching the main Quad Valve exhaust body
onto the quad exhaust extension on the pod.
Insert the regulator into the pod.
Note the step on the inside of the whisker clamps.
These must be oriented in the correct position to
retain the whisker properly.
Carefully tighten the tie wrap, making sure it is
completely in the groove. Trim the tie wrap as
close as possible. Check for good fit.
Properly re-align the port and starboard wings to
the main body.
For All Helmets
22) Pre install a tie wrap as shown onto the whisker main body. This will make installation much
easier and ensure a good seal.
Pre-install the tie wrap.
Carefully tighten tie wrap.
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24) Inspect the regulator mount nut for contaminants and damage. Use a tooth brush to clean
threads as needed. Lightly lubricate and install
the sealing O-ring, then thread the regulator
mount nut onto the regulator, finger tight.
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the large nut on the bent tube assembly onto the
inlet nipple 1 to 2 threads.
Ensure that the Teflon® ring is in place and engage the bent tube nut to the side block fully until it is hand tight. You may need to gently rock
the regulator body and/or the bent tube to fully
engage the side block nut.
Next, fully engage (clockwise) the large nut on
the bent tube into the regulator inlet until hand
tight. This will ensure the nut is bottomed on the
shoulder of the bent tube. Do not tighten further.
Loosen the jam nut on the regulator inlet (counterclockwise), and engage the jam nut fully to the
large nut on the bent tube. Using a torque wrench
and an 7/8” open end wrench hold the large nut on
the regulator end of the bent tube and tighten
the jam nut to 40 inch pounds.
26) Ensuring the O-ring is in place, use a torque
wrench with a 13/8” socket and an extension to
tighten the regulator mount nut to 100 inch
pounds. Next, using a torque wrench with an
11/16 adapter, torque the bent tube nut to the side
block to 100 inch pounds.
The port and starboard whiskers should align with
the whisker covering the main body so that the mold
lines are in alignment. You can also make marks on
the whiskers with a felt tip pen.
25) Carefully inspect the bent tube for damage
and contaminants. The bent tube must be free
of dents and compressions deeper than 1/8” and
should not have deep scratches or sever corrosion. Replace the bent tube if questionable. Install the bent tube assembly finger tight before
final tightening of the regulator mount nut.
27) Attach the whisker to each side of the face
port retainer using the screws, zinc anodes or
kidney plates and spacers, use Loctite® 222. Using a torque wrench with a flat blade screwdriver
adapter, carefully torque these screws to 12 inch
pounds.
NOTE: If this maintenance is during an annual overhaul, replace the Teflon® ring at
the side block end of the bent tube and the
O-ring at the demand regulator inlet side of
the bent tube.
Lightly lubricate the O-ring on the bent tube assembly. Slide the O-ring end of the bent tube assembly into the regulator inlet nipple until the
side block end is aligned with the threads for the
bent tube mount nut. Rotating clockwise, thread
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The Quad Valve must be properly connected to the
regulator and the quad exhaust extension on the pod.
28) Adjust the regulator following instructions in
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"1.7.1 Tuning the SuperFlow® 350 Regulator" on
page SF350-19.
29) Make sure the diaphragm & mating surfaces
are clean and free of lubricant.
30) Install the diaphragm, cover and screw. After all adjustments and fine tuning are complete,
tighten the screw to 12 inch pounds using a
torque screwdriver.
1.7.1 Tuning the SuperFlow® 350
Regulator
1) If not already done, remove the clamp, cover
and diaphragm.
Insert the inlet valve holding tool into the balance
hole on the inlet tube.
2) Screw the adjustment knob (clockwise) all the
way in, towards the regulator body.
6) Remove the inlet valve holder tool.
3) Pressurize the regulator to between 120-150
p.s.i.g. of supply pressure.
7) Put the diaphragm and cover in place, depressing the cover tightly to simulate a properly
tightened clamp.
4) Screw the adjustment knob out (counterclockwise) until the regulator starts to free flow, then
screw the adjustment knob in (clockwise) until
the free-flow just stops. Depress the lever several
times to ensure the free-flow has stopped.
If the free flow does not stop, the lock nut is too
tight. If the roller lever is sloppy (loose) the lock
nut is too loose.
5) Insert the inlet valve holding tool into the balance hole on the inlet tube. Push forward on the
tool to stop the inlet valve stem from turning. Adjust the nut until the free flow stops and there is
1/16 inch (1.5 mm) to 1/8 inch (3.0 mm) of free play
at the end of the lever.
Push down on the regulator cover to simulate a
tightened clamp.
8) Depress the purge button in the center of the
cover.
NOTE: (Reference, instructions following)
Before bending the lever, double check the
adjustments. The lever rarely requires bending. Usually levers require bending only
when improperly serviced, or if damaged
during disassembly.
9) There must be 1/16 inch (1.5 mm) to 1/8 inch (3.0
mm) of free travel before the purge button actu© MMXIV Kirby Morgan Dive Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Document # 140130009
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ates, resulting in a slight flow of gas. If a slight
flow of gas develops with the purge button depressed less than 1/16 inch (1.5 mm), the lever will
require bending down.
If the purge button travels further than a 1/8” (3.0
mm) before gas flow starts, the lever will require
bending upward.
Use the disk end of the KMDSI wrench to bend the
lever down.
12) Replace the diaphragm and the cover. Test
the purge button. Continue until proper tolerances are reached.
LEG, LOWER
Test the response of the purge button.
10) To bend the lever up, remove the lever and
carefully place it in a vice. Grip the lever from
the side with a pair of long nosed pliers and bend
the roller end up with your finger. Bend it only a
small amount at a time.
NOTE: Be very careful to not place undue
stress on the lower legs of the lever as this
will disfigure the feet and cause spongy operation.
11) To bend the lever down, place the disk end of
the KMDSI ¼” wrench onto the flat area of the
adjustment tube within the regulator, sliding the
disk as far as possible under the lever. With your
finger, slightly bend the lever down over the disk
to the desired height. Be careful not to bend the
lever too far! Bend it slightly then check it.
B CAUTION
The legs of the lever must be properly
aligned in the same plane. If one leg is
up and the other is down, the regulator will not perform properly.
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LEG, UPPER
FEET
ROLLER LEVER ARM
LEG, LOWER
Note that the legs of the roller lever must be properly
aligned and in the same plane for the lever to work
correctly.
1.7.2 SuperFlow® 350 Regulator Steady
Flows When Pressured Up: Special Tools
Used (No P/N 525-620 KMDSI Tool Kit)
Tools Required:
Small flat blade screw driver.
Small jewelers screw driver or metal scribe.
Needle nose pliers.
If using KMDSI regulator tool kit, see "1.7.1 Tuning the SuperFlow® 350 Regulator" onpage SF350-19
The demand regulator is rugged and reliable.
However, to maintain optimum performance it
should be checked prior to each diving day in accordance with the brief procedure Demand Regulator Test for Correct Adjustment, Fully
Assembled.
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If adjustment is necessary after completing the
demand regulator test "1.2.4 SuperFlow® 350
Demand Regulator Bias Adjustment Servicing,
Demand Regulator on the Helmet" on page SF350-5,
and the KMDSI P/N 525-620 tool kit is not available, proceed as follows:
1) Remove the regulator clamp, cover and diaphragm.
2) Adjust the regulator adjustment knob all the
way in. Finger tight only.
3) Pressurize the regulator to between 120-150
p.s.i.g. (8.5-10 bar).
4) If the regulator is not free flowing, slowly back
out on the adjustment knob until a slight free
flow is heard and then rotate the adjustment
knob in (clockwise) ¼ turn and depress the purge
button momentarily. Repeat this procedure until
the gas flow stops.
Usually at this point the regulator adjustment
knob will be between 5 and 7 turns out. Note: If
when backing the adjustment knob out from
the full “in” position, the regulator starts
free flowing at less than five turns, then this
usually indicates insufficient free play at
the lever.
There are several issues that could cause the
regulator to free flow, even when the adjustment
knob is turned all the way in. These are as follows:
A) The regulator was rebuilt and the lock
nut is too tight. If this is the case, the nut
must be loosened.
B) The washer was never removed from the
regulator and a second one has accidentally
been installed. If this is the case, the second
washer must be removed.
C) The regulator body has never been properly serviced and there is corrosion inside
the body, making proper inlet valve travel
impossible.
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play. If adjustment is necessary, adjust using the
alternate tools previously listed.
B WARNING
The lock nut must not be loosened
more than 1/8 turn to lower the height
of the lever. If more adjustment is necessary the lever should be bent downward. If the lock nut is loosened more
than 1/8 turn the lever will not have
enough travel for proper flow rates.
B WARNING
The lock nut must always be replaced
if removed from the inlet valve. The
plastic material that locks the nut is
not designed for multiple reuse. If the
nut comes loose during a dive the
regulator would free flow heavily. In
the situation where the diver is using
bottled breathing gas this would result
in a rapid consumption of breathing
gas.
Alternate method: If a KMDSI P/N 525-620
tool kit is not avail able, a small jeweler’s screwdriver or metal scribe can be inserted in the slot
on the end of the inlet valve to keep it from rotating, and needle nose pliers may be used to rotate
the lock nut. While holding the slot of the inlet
valve to prevent rotation, carefully rotate the nut
“In” (clockwise to remove lever play and “Out”
(counterclockwise) to increase lever play.
Only turn the adjustment nut 1/8 turn at a time.
Depress the lever momentarily after each adjustment and observe the lever play. It may be necessary to complete this procedure several times,
as the procedure requires estimating the proper
position of the nut. If the regulator free flow does
not stop after this procedure, refer to regulator
disassembly and cleaning sections of this manual.
6) When adjustment is complete, place the diaphragm and cover in place, and press tightly
down on the cover to simulate the action of the
clamp.
5) Check the free play at the lever. The lever
should have between 1/16–1/8 inch (1.5-3.0 mm)
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B WARNING
The lock nut must not be loosened
more than ⅛ turn to lower the height
of the lever. If more adjustment is necessary the lever should be bent downward. If the lock nut is loosened more
than ⅛ turn the lever will not have
enough travel for proper flow rates.
10) If the purge button travel is correct, the adjustment is complete.
Press the cover over the diaphragm.
NOTE: (Reference, instructions following)
Before bending the lever, double check the
adjustments. The lever rarely requires bending. Usually levers require bending only
when improperly serviced, or if damaged
during disassembly.
7) With the cover pressed tight against the diaphragm, if the regulator starts to free flow, the
lever may need to be bent down slightly. If the
regulator does not free flow, slowly depress the
purge button until a slight free flow develops.
The purge button should depress no further than
1/8 inch (3.0 mm) before the regulator develops a
flow.
If the regulator does not develop a slight free flow
when the purge button is depressed in 1/8 inch (3.0
mm), then the lever will require slight upward
bending.
8) Install the clamp and clamp screw. Tighten
the screw to the correct torque (see appendix for
torque specifications).
9) Again, press on the purge button in the cover.
It must have 1/16 inch (1.5 mm) minimum and 1/8
inch (3.0 mm) maximum free travel before it contacts the diaphragm. If there is more than 1/8 inch
(3.0 mm) travel, the lever must be bent upward,
per "1.7.1 Tuning the SuperFlow® 350 Regulator"
on page SF350-19. If the button has only slight or no
free travel, the lever must be bent down.
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1.7.3 SuperFlow® 350 Regulator Exhaust
Valve Replacement
Before removing the regulator exhaust valve,
carefully inspect the area around the edges to ensure the rubber exhaust valve is in contact with
the regulator body. The metal cross area of the
body under the valve may be slightly bent outward resulting in the valve not sealing.
If the exhaust valve is high and not sealing, lightly press in on the metal cross, bending the metal
in slightly until the rubber valve seats. Remove
the existing regulator exhaust valve by pulling
it out of its mount hole. If the valve tears, make
sure that it is removed without any valve material left inside the regulator.
NOTE: Before installing the new exhaust valve,
ensure the spokes holding the valve are smooth,
even and not bent. The exhaust valve seating area
should be free of dirt and corrosion to ensure the
valve can lay flat and seal properly. NEVER lubricate the valve.
1) Remove the regulator clamp screw and clamp.
2) Remove the regulator cover and the diaphragm.
3) Install the new regulator exhaust valve by
placing the stem of the valve in through the hole
in the hub of the spokes from the outside of the
regulator. Gently, (using needle nose pliers) from
the inside of the regulator, pull the stem of the
valve through the hole in the hub of the spokes
until it pops into its seating area.
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B WARNING
The exhaust valve must be correctly
installed into the valve seat or it will
not seal correctly. This could lead to
a backflow of water into the helmet,
which could expose the diver to contaminants in the water. Depending
upon the properties of the contaminants, this could lead to serious personal injury or death.
B WARNING
The exhaust valve must be installed in
the correct orientation into the regulator body. If the valve is installed
backwards, the diver will be unable to
exhale. This could lead to suffocation
and death.
4) Reinstall the diaphragm, regulator cover,
clamp and clamp screw.
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