EEBD Air Breathing Apparatus ELSA Escape Pack With Hood CCS / MED
Provides a 42 LPM air flow for ten minutes from small pressurized
air tank. Perfect for escape from smoke or dangerous chemicals
where oxygen may not be available.Features a transparent hood made
of durable polyurethane for superior visibility. To minimize
fogging, a deflector blows incoming air onto the lens. After use,
the hood can be detached for replacement or cleaning. The cylinder
is lightweight and refillable.
Pressure reducing valve and simple design reduce maintenance.
Simple to use on/off valve with pressure gauge to easily test and check air cylinder pressure.
High visibility carrying bag and carrying strap system can be easily spotted in an emergency.
Pictorial user instructions on bag are easy to understand in an
There is pressure gauge on the cylinder to indicate the cylinder
pressure. The cylinder pressure of EEBD is not indicated by a
pressure gauge during storing. the hood is a flame resistant head cover which completely covers the
head, neck and may cover portion of the shoulders, where there is a
Complete sets include:
1 Escape device one set
2 Device bag one piece
3 Device packing carton one piece
4 Files with the device one set
Environment of Smoke, hypoxia, as well as environment polluted by
toxic gas, smoke, steam, etc.
Environment of temperature of -30℃～60℃, relative humidity of
This product, after tested, meets the ISO 23269-1:2008 standards,
the EU Marine Equipment Directive
(MED)96/98 EC requirements, the 2000 amendments to the 1974 SOLAS
Convention Chapter 11-2 / 13.3.4
and the International Fire Safety Systems (FSS) rules Chapter 3
The main technical parameters
|Inflation pressure||210Bar +/- 10Bar|
|Amount of Air released||>600L|
|Equipment(including gas) weight||<7.5Kgs|
1. Check the pressure gauge, observe the cylinder capacity and tear
2. Put on the satchel, pull out launch belt to open it.
3.Take out the face mask and wear it from the head down, and be
noticed that transparent window is in the front and the shawl
covers the shoulders.
4.Escape from the accident spot quickly.
Emergency escape breathing device (EEBD) is used for escaping from
a compartment that has a hazardous atmosphere to provide personal
breathing protection. Not to be used for fighting fire, entering oxygen deficient voids or tanks, or worn by fire