Designed for divers seeking reliable performance in an uncomplicated air delivery system, the MK11/S360 is compact, user-friendly and affordable.
The balanced diaphragm MK11, with its chrome-plated brass body specially designed to reduce size and weight, is an ideal travel companion. Its system features internal parts that are sealed from the elements. The S360 breathes smooth and easy and includes a preset inhalation effort and a single user control. Delivering consistent airflow, ease of use and dependability, this reg system is just the ticket for recreational divers in general, and dive travelers in particular.
Air balanced diaphragm design delivers constant and effortless airflow unaffected by depth, tank pressure, or breathing rate.
Marine brass body has internal parts that are sealed to prevent water
and pollutants from fouling the
inner mechanism while enhancing cold-water performance.
Two high pressure, two low pressure and two high-flow ports maximize hose routing options.
External intermediate pressure adjustment enables technicians to fine-tune performance quickly and easily.
Available in a 3364psi/232bar INT configuration.
Weight: INT 232 - 24.4oz/692g.
Airflow at 2900psi/200bar: 5500 l/ min - 195 SCFM.
Intermediate pressure (psi/bar): 130-142/9.0-9.8.
• Air-balanced valve smoothes out the inhalation effort when diving at vary- ing depths and supply pressures.
• Lightweight techno-polymer casing helps reduce jaw fatigue
and improve diving com-
• Techno Polymer valve inlet tube contributes to reliability and long life.
• High flow exhaust valve reduces exhalation effort to lower overall work of breathing.
• Venturi-Initiated Vacuum Assist (VIVA) dive/pre- dive switch helps control free flows.
• Super-flow hose features an oversized bore that allows more air to flow on each inhalation.
• Ultra-comfortable ortho-
dontic mouthpiece is easy
to grip yet doesn’t inhibit airflow.
• Weight: 5.6oz/158g.
• Airflow at 2900psi/200bar: 1850 l/ min - 66 SCFM.
• Maximum low pressure: 203psi/14bar.
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SCUBAPRO Diaphragm vs. Piston First StagesTo move air from your cylinder to your regulator’s second stag...
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To move air from your cylinder to your regulator’s second stage, a first stage uses either a piston system or a diaphragm system. Both can deliver excellent breathing performance; however, each has distinct advantages that are better suited to different diving situations. SCUBAPRO USA’s Technical Manager Rene' Duprè explains. http://www.scubapro.com/en-US/USA/regulators.aspx