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SuperLite 27

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SL27 Top Tab

SuperLite® 27® Bottom

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Configurations

  • 500-040 SL 27 Helmet w/Posts
  • 500-041 SL 27 Helmet w/MWPC

Neck Dam Sidebar Main tab2 27

Standard Neck Dam

  • Neoprene (Medium)
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Part No. Description Neck Size
510-502 Small 11-13"
510-504 Med./Standard 12'"- 14"
510-503 Large 14-16"
510-687 X-Large 15-17”

Cold Water Neck Dam

  • Neoprene
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Part No. Description Neck Size
510-679 Small 10-13”
510-680 Medium 13-15”
510-681 Large 16-20”

Latex Neck Dam

  • Latex
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Part No. Description Neck Size
510-678 Small/Med. 12-15”
510-500 Med./Lg. 13.5-17”

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The SuperLite® 27® gives the working diver a compact, reliable and extremely comfortable helmet.

If the diver is looking for the most compact helmet with the “snuggest” fit, the SuperLite® 27® is Kirby Morgan’s smaller unit in our selection of highest quality commercial diving helmets.

The SuperLite® 27® comes standard with the Tri-Valve® Exhaust System which provides exceptionally dry breathing under all conditions, without increasing breathing resistance. Also setting the SuperLite® 27® apart from other helmets is its water dump valve which is mounted on the port side, contributing to the shorter, more compact profile of this helmet.

The SuperFlow® 350 regulator featured on the SuperLite® 27® provides outstanding performance. With the diver adjustable system, the regulator can be “tuned” during the dive according to the workload, especially important when using a low pressure compressor with varying supply pressures.

CE Certification

(view examination certificate) (view declaration w/SuperFlow® 350) (view declaration w/455)

The SuperLite® 27® helmet has been tested and conforms to the performance requirements as set forth in Annex II of Directive 89/686/EEC and, as far as applicable, the EN 15333-1 (class B). It is fully CE marked with demand regulator SuperFlow® 350 and oral nasals P/N 510-690 and P/N 510-747 (now standard).