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KIRBY MORGAN SUPERLITE DEEP SEA DIVING HELMET MODELS
17A/B, 17C, 17K, 27, KM-37/SS, 47, 57, 77, 97
POST DIVE CLEANING, MAINTENANCE, AND INSPECTION CHECKLIST
APPENDIX A2.6
01-25-17
Post dive cleaning and inspection should be performed at the end of daily diving operations or at
least every 24 hours during continuous diving operation.
NOTE:
Helmet(s) being used in polluted waters, or extreme environments, will require
more frequent cleaning, inspection and maintenance.
NOTE:
During removal of components for inspection, O-rings and other consumable
items may be reused, providing they are clean and a visual inspection does not
reveal any damage or deterioration.
NOTE:
This cleaning and maintenance schedule is recommended for all Kirby Morgan
Diving Helmets and should be performed at least on a DAILY basis.
NOTE:
Detailed instructions are located in the Modular O & M Manual.
Date:
Helmet Serial #:
Associated Equipment Serial #(s):
Equipment belonging to (print name):
PROCEDURES
INITIALS
1. Secure and bleed down gas supplies.
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3. Wash the exterior surface of the Helmet with a solution of mild
detergent and fresh water, then rinse. Inspect for signs of damage.
2. Disconnect and cap or tape the Helmet Gas Connections and
disconnect the communication wires. Cap or tape the Umbilical End.
4. Remove the Head Cushion Assembly. Inspect for damage. If the Head
Cushion has gotten wet with perspiration or water, clean and hang-up
for drying or airing.
5. Remove the Demand Regulator Clamp, Cover, and Diaphragm
Assembly. Wash the interior of the Demand Regulator with mild
detergent and fresh water, then rinse thoroughly.
6. Dislodge the earphones. If the interior of the Helmet and Liner has
gotten wet, remove the earphone protective covers, wash with mild
detergent solution, rinse with fresh water and allow to dry.
7. Remove the microphone from the Oral Nasal Mask. Wash with a mild
detergent solution and rinse with fresh water.
8. Wipe interior of the Helmet, including the Oral Nasal Mask. Wash
with a mild detergent solution and rinse with fresh water. For
sanitizing procedures, refer to “Appendix 5: Quick Sanitizing
Procedure.”
9. Rotate the Regulator Adjustment Knob fully out (counter clockwise).
Close the Emergency Supply and Steady Flow Valves.
10. Clean the Neck Dam and Neck Clamp and Latch Catch (SL-17A/B
Assembly with a mild detergent solution. Operate the Neck Clamp
and Latch Catch (SL-17A/B), rinse with fresh water. Clean the Neck
Ring, and Pull Pin Assemblies (SL17K, 17C, 27, KM-37/SS, 47, 57,
77, 97) with mild detergent solution, thoroughly rinse with fresh
water.
11. Wipe all surfaces with a clean, dry towel to remove water droplets.
Allow to air dry.
Kirby Morgan, SuperLite, Band Mask, KMB Band Mask, EXO, SuperMask, SuperFlow, and Rex are all registered trademarks of
Kirby Morgan Dive Systems, Inc. Use of these terms to describe products that are not manufactured by KMDSI is not permitted without
written permission from KMDSI.
© Copyright 1970-2017 Kirby Morgan Dive Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. KMDSI manuals, checklists and technical and training
information is made available for the express use of owner/user of this Kirby Morgan products. No part of this material may be reproduced,
stored in any retrieval system, or transmitted, or used in any form or by any means, whether graphic, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, or
otherwise by technology known or unknown, without the prior written permission of Kirby Morgan Dive Systems, Inc
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13. Note any damage or discrepancies found during cleaning.
12. Cap or tape the Emergency Gas Whip on the First Stage Regulator.
Wash the exterior of all EGS components, the First Stage Regulator,
the Gas Cylinder, the Submersible Pressure Gauge, and the Harness
Assembly with a mild detergent solution and rinse with fresh water.
Technician (Print)________________________________________________________
Signature_______________________________________Date____________________
Comments:______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
KMDSI highly recommends that a certified KMDSI Repair Technician make all repairs and that
only genuine KMDSI repair and replacement parts be used. Owners of KMDSI products that
elect to do their own repairs and inspections should only do so if they possess the knowledge and
experience. All inspections, maintenance, and repairs should be completed using the appropriate
KMDSI Operations and Maintenance Manual(s). Persons performing repairs should retain all
replacement component receipts for additional proof of maintenance history. Should any
questions on procedures, components, or repairs arise, please contact Kirby Morgan Dive
Systems, Inc., by telephone at (805) 928-7772 or via e-mail at [email protected], or
contact Dive Lab, Inc., by telephone at (850) 235-2715 or via e-mail at [email protected]
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NOTE: Use your Maintenance and repair log book P/N 125-001, to record all the maintenance
performed.
Kirby Morgan, SuperLite, Band Mask, KMB Band Mask, EXO, SuperMask, SuperFlow, and Rex are all registered trademarks of
Kirby Morgan Dive Systems, Inc. Use of these terms to describe products that are not manufactured by KMDSI is not permitted without
written permission from KMDSI.
© Copyright 1970-2017 Kirby Morgan Dive Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. KMDSI manuals, checklists and technical and training
information is made available for the express use of owner/user of this Kirby Morgan products. No part of this material may be reproduced,
stored in any retrieval system, or transmitted, or used in any form or by any means, whether graphic, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, or
otherwise by technology known or unknown, without the prior written permission of Kirby Morgan Dive Systems, Inc
Copyright 2003-2017, Dive Lab®., Inc. All rights reserved. TechTrnG 03101
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