Aviall Product Catalog And Source Book Page 1452 Environmental & Oxygen

Flame Retardant Case (Green) EMERGENCY ESCAPE HOOD AVOX SYSTEMS OXYGEN EQUIPMENT aviall.com North America and AOG 1.800.AVIALL.1 International Sales 1.800.AVIALL.3 or +1 972.586.1985 1452 Protective breathing equipment (PBE). MEETS TSO-C116 AND TSO-C99 (WITH AN OPERATING ALTI- TUDE OF UP TO 40,000 FEET); MEETS FAA ACTION NOTICE 8150.2 OF 9/1/87; NSN #4240-01-217- 0046. The Avox PBE is designed to provide breathing protection for a minimum duration of 15 minutes to air- craft crew members trained in its use. The unit is readily available for use in its sealed storage container. The device features a hood which encloses the entire head. When properly worn, the device can accommodate beards, long hair, and glasses. An integral life support unit which uses a solid state oxygen supply is located at the back of the hood. Outstanding Features: A 15 minute self-contained, completely disposable breathing unit, operable to 40,000 ft. A solid state chemical oxygen generator supply source with no oxygen loss during storage, as may occur with compressed gas supplies. Hood permits oral communication without compromising protection. Lightweight - 3.75 lbs. as worn, 5.15 lbs. with protective stowage case. Compact design - 9.5" x 8.5" x 4.3" for installation in a minimum space. 10 year life if retained in the sealed, evacuated barrier envelope. Minimum maintenance - periodic inspection of the device for a damaged or expended unit, tampering, or loss of seal and exposure to moisture. Part No. Description 802300-14 PBE device (in green flame retardant case) 803753-02 Replacement flame retardant case (green) WARNING: THE AVOX PBE IS INTENDED TO BE USED ONLY FOR AVIATION APPLICATIONS. IT IS TO BE USED ONLY BY, OR UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF, A PILOT OR CREW MEMBER TRAINED AND QUALIFIED IN ITS USE. THE AVOX PBE INCLUDES A CHEMICAL OXYGEN GENERATOR WHICH PRODUCES OXYGEN AND HEAT WHEN ACTI- VATED. IMPROPER USE OF THIS EQUIPMENT MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. IMPROPER USE INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, USE OTHER THAN IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS AND LABELS PROVIDED WITH IT. System Schematic The following sequential series of events takes place when the "Pull to Actuate" ring is disengaged from the unit. Low pressure oxygen is produced from chemical decomposition within the generator. This oxygen is fed to the primary flow nozzle of the venturi, and mixes with the scrubbed hood gases while inducing flow through the scrubber. The scrubber removes CO 2 , excess moisture and particulates, allowing scrubbed hood gases with added oxygen to flow back to the hood. PBE Device

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