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MKT 150/90

MKT 150/90
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SUPERTYFON MKT 150/90 - is a powerful warning device intended for installation on ships longer than 200 meters. High power supply ensures the whistle well recognizable Bing, which is specially made to meet the requirements of IMO with a set of audio signals for effective warning on board. It has full compliance with the rules of COLREG-72, which states that all vessels of 12 meters in length and over shall be equipped with a sound-signaling device (ship Typhon). Typhon is made of durable materials that can withstand even the harshest environmental conditions.
SUPERTYFON MKT 150/90 is supplied with an electric valve to feed 784 Valve Unit TV air. The valve unit is equipped with a section of the air flow, thermostatic heating power of 25 W, replaceable chokes and filters. The device has two coils for normal and emergency operation and lanyard. It provides low power consumption.
It is important to ensure the correct placement of Typhon on the ship, so that nothing prevented the spread of the sound wave. Even a large deck surface may undesirably affect the propagation of sound like a well-known phenomenon of refraction of light waves. IMO advises to pay special attention to placing the siren on board; and not only for the reasons mentioned above, but also to provide the required safety and permissible sound level at the observation post of the ship. The best solution - this combined system with a siren frequency difference of at least 10 kHz which must be installed in accordance with the IMO.
  • Drive - pneumatic
  • Frequency - 90 Hz
  • Sound pressure level at 1 m - 149 dB
  • The minimum required level of IMO 1/3 octave at a distance of 1 meter - 143 dB
  • Air flow rate - 60-70 l / s
  • Air supply pressure-controlled air damper - 0.6-3 MPa (6-30 bar)
  • Heating power - 24 watts
  • power valve - 8 - 15 W
  • Weight - 55 kg

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