Commercial Diving Equipment – In Stock April 2015

Here is a small selection of the Commercial Diving Equipment that we currently have available. For our full range please take a look at our website

Please email or telephone +44 (0)1772 687775 for a quotation on all your commercial diving needs from branded products to bespoke manufactured items all at competitive prices.

60″ Standard SMP Hyperbaric Chamber
In Stock: 1

72 inch / 1.8 Mtr Twin Lock DDC C/W Medical Lock
In Stock: 1

SMP Prothermic Underwater Cutting Rods
In Stock: 103 Boxes

Barracuda Gold Underwater Wet Welding Electrodes
In Stock: 52

Fibrolite Diving Umbilical: 3 CoreIn Stock: 300m + Fibrolite Diving Umbilical: Pneumo Gas, Comms & Mini TVIn Stock: 350m +

Kirby Morgan 37 Commercial Diving Helmet 

In Stock: 5

Kirby Morgan SuperLite 27 Commercial Diving Helmet
In Stock: 1

Kirby Morgan 28 Band Mask

In Stock: 1

Tescom Regulator 3/4″ NPT F Brass 172 Bar Outlet
Model No: 44-1315-2122-056 
In Stock: 5

Tescom High Flow Pressure Reducing Regulator
Model No: 44-4012E28-002

In Stock: 2

RH2 Regulator 3/8″ Port Valved
Model No: NA20101/02

In Stock: 3

PressurVak II (no 1st stage regulator or mic)
In Stock: 6

Scott Duo Seal Mask
(no 1st stage or regulator)

In Stock: 4

Hyperflow CO2 Scrubber (24 Volt)
In Stock: 3

SMP Chamber Radio

In Stock: 10

2 Diver HP/LP Panel with Radio in Pelicase
In Stock: 1

OTS SSB-2010 Diver Transceiver
In Stock: 3

Hot Water Machine Pump
CRNE1-23-HS-P-GI-E-HQQE 3X400V 50/60Hzl
In Stock: 2

Depth Gauge 0-70 msw
In Stock: 21

Depth Gauge 0-100 msw
In Stock: 69

CO2000 Portable Gas Analyser Rechargeable
In Stock: 1

SMP has lots more Commercial Diving Equipment available in stock for immediate delivery

Whatever your requirements give us a call.

+44 (0)1772 687775

Royal Navy and Norwegian Navy Joint Dive

Royal Navy divers took the opportunity to dive with their counterparts in the Norwegian Navy in Plymouth Sound.

The dive team from Southern Diving Unit 1, based in HM Naval Base, Devonport, Plymouth, joined colleagues from HnoMS Fridtjof Nansen, an advanced Royal Norwegian Navy frigate.

Lieutenant Commander Peter Davis, the Officer-in-Charge of the Royal Navy unit, said: “A crisp, cold day in Plymouth Sound was the perfect opportunity for the two navies to share their knowledge and the unique camaraderie created by working in the underwater environment.

“We are always happy to engage with visiting navies and cross-pollinate ideas and working practices.’’

Both teams took full advantage of the rare chance to dive with each other and share best practice.

The home unit is a Royal Naval clearance diving unit which is on 24-hour duty to dispose of ordnance through the South West and South Wales which poses a hazard to the public.

Three Norwegian divers embarked in a Royal Navy diving unit rigid inflatable boat to conduct a dive near Drake’s Island in Plymouth Sound.

Joined by two Royal Navy clearance divers, the Norwegian Navy divers conducted a set of emergency drills and a sea-bed survey to refine their skills and operational capability.

HnoMS Fridtof Nansen is conducting a rigorous training package with Devonport-based Flag Officer Sea Training staff to improve joint working ability with the Royal Navy.

The chance to dive together came after the Norwegians requested assistance with completing an equipment check during their busy programme and benefited their training.