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Cressi Galaxy R Second Stage
  • Cressi Galaxy R Second Stage

Cressi Galaxy R Second Stage

EHZ 200014
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Cressi Galaxy R Second Stage

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Cressi Galaxy R Second Stage

Ultra light 2nd stage of high range with mixed composition of semi flexible deadening technopolymers and dampers of the noise with components of more weight in titanium.

Pneumatically balanced mechanism that guarantees a softness-flow exceptional relationship and abundant and calibrated air output, without the need to emphasize much the Venturi effect.

Dive-Predive deflector to manage Venturi effect. Without metal assembly elements.

Elliptical section which allows a lever arm even higher than bigger regulators, with an optical effect of smaller dimensions and greater comfort. Smaller dimensions 7.5 x 6 cm, only 5% higher than Ellipse Titanium and it's the lighter elliptical section among balanced market models (only 182 g).

Oversized entrance diaphragm to obtain a greater inspiratory softness, the highest of its category: 2810 mm2, 12% more than high range competitive models. Lever contact disc tefloned to reduce lever-disc friction.

High pivoting angle lever, really reinforced to transmit precisely the inhalation effort and with minimum friction the diaphragm disc.

Maximum inspiratory effort of less than 4 Mbar, with total breathing work of 0.60 Joules/L, four times under CEE regulation. 2500 L/min flow.

Possibility of whole machine box extraction easily, which facilitates remarkably the maintenance activities.

Thermal interchanger located inside the case that avoids air freezing when diving in cold water.

Improved exhalation area to reduce expiratory effort without damaging the area sealing since is not appropriate to reduce diaphragm thickness. The design of the restraint system of the exhalation diaphragm guides 100% channelled flow to the nozzles of the exhaust tee taking advantage of a powerful Venturi effect and push bubbles away from visual field, without the need to oversize the exhaust tee.

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