MSA Savox Self Rescuer
This chest-worn protective escape device provides oxygen on demand wherever toxic gases, particles or oxygen deficiency can be imminently present.
Ready-to-use, it’s small in size and low in weight, making it easy to don, use and carry. Features a double heat-exchanger system to reduce inhalation air temperature to a comfortable level.
The TR device allows quick and economic training of donning and use by simulating the weight and properties of real units
Duration: 30 Minutes (Up to 3 Hours at rest) EN401
The device supplies the wearer with Oxygen which is created from the chemical po-tassium hyperoxide [KO2]. In an emergency, the container is opened and the respiratory protection device is taken out.The device has a closed breathing circuit.
When in operation, the exhaled air is transferred into the chemical canister with the potassium hyperoxide. The potassium hyperoxide reacts with the humidity and the carbon dioxide of the exhaled air and, at the same time, creates oxygen and heat.
The air for inhalation prepared in this way is fed into the breathing bag and is then inhaled again. The amount of resulting oxygen depends on the intensity of respiration.
Increased respiration [more carbon dioxide, more humidity] increases the formation of oxygen or vice versa.When the device is used for breathing, the KO2 canister warms up, as does the inhalation air, gradually. This is normal and indicates the correct operation of the de-vice.
The end of oxygen supply is indicated by increase of the inhalation resistance.The device is equipped with a starter which starts automatically when the breathing tube is pulled. After starting it fills additional oxygen into the breathing bag.
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Australia & New Zealand