EN137:2006 Type 2, MED Approved Breathing Apparatus
Designed for use by the Fire Service or the Oil & Gas market
Rigid backframe construction
Easily removable pneumatics
Simple to service and maintain
For use by the fire service in the oil and gas fire fighting market, Scott Safety have produced the ProPak-F Firefighting Breathing Apparatus.
As a testement to the quality of the Scott Safety ProPak range, all ProPak breathing apparatus has been
approved to EN137:2006 Type 2,
incorporating the stringent Full
Flame Engulfment Test, and to the
9th amendment of the MED which gives the Scott Safety ProPak the latest approval for the Marine industry.
Compact positive pressure demand valve featuring servo-assisted, tilting
diaphragm mechanism with low inspiratory resistance and responsive
dynamic performance, automatic first breath actuation and hands free
First stage pressure reducing valve featuring non-adjustable, spring
loaded piston mechanism and outlet supply protected by pressure relief
Stainless steel swivel hose fittings
Medium pressure hose
High pressure hose
Medium working pressure 16 bar
Minimum burst pressure 80 bar
Maximum working pressure 450 bar
Minimum burst pressure 800 bar
PRESSURE INDICATOR & WARNING WHISTLE
Bourdon tube type dial indicator
Heat and Impact resistant polycarbonate lens
Designed to be used with Scott Safety's range of positive pressure full facemasks, the Sabrecom2 is a radio communication interface.
The Sabrecom2 is approved to EN136 class and meets the stringent flame and radiant heat test requirements. The Sabrecom2 is also fully integrated and ready to use.
The Scott Safety ProPak-f can be specified in many configurations
including Duo, Split Demand Valve Coupling (SDC), Y-Piece (Y2C) and
attachments for Airline, which can be used for Rescue Second Man and
Decontamination. Cylinder quick connect and fast fill options are also