Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)
Precision Safety offer a complete range of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), whatever Industry you are in. Our range of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus are suitable for Industrial Users as well as the most demanding professional fire fighting applications. Breathing Apparatus evolved significantly over the past years and we have a Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) suitable for every budget.
Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) are supplied complete with a full-face mask, Lung Demand Valev, pressure gauge, a harness with adjustable shoulder straps, and waist belt.
Air cylinders are available in three standard sizes: 4.3 L, 6.8 L, or 9 L. The duration of the cylinder can be calculated with this formula: volume (in Litre) x pressure (in bars) / 40 – 10 in minutes (the 10 is subtracted to provide a safety margin), so a 6-liter cylinder, of 300bar, is 6 X 300 / 40 – 10 = 35 minutes working duration. The relative fitness, and especially the level of exertion of the wearer, often results in variations of the actual usable time that the SCBA can provide air, often reducing the working time by 25% to 50%.
Air cylinders are made of composite construction (usually carbon-fibre wrapped.) The composite cylinders are the lightest in weight and are therefore preferred by fire departments and rescue services, but they also have the shortest lifespan and must be taken out of service after 15 years. Air cylinders must be hydro-statically tested every 5 years. During extended operations, empty air cylinders can be quickly replaced with fresh ones and then refilled from larger tanks in a cascade storage system or from an air compressor brought to the scene.
MSA Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) for various Applications
The new MSA M1 Breathing Apparatus is a modular system breathing apparatus that can be reconfigured or upgraded whenever needed, and conveniently in the field! Can be retrofitted with several different options. The M1 SCBA is fully customizable and can be configured to meet a broad range of firefighter and industrial application needs.
The MSA G1 Breathing Apparatus was designed to integrate all modern SCBA features into a compact and easy-to-operate Breathing Apparatus. The single power supply drives alarm system and user interface, telemetry radio module, head-up-display (HUD) and voice amplifier. The display provides full benefit without distraction by always displaying exclusive information which are relevant in the given situation.
The MSA AirGo Breathing Appartus is a high-quality SCBA providing comfort and outstanding respiratory protection. Ruggedly reliable and flexible, it’s a popular choice for a wide range of rescue operations, including firefighting. Designed to reduce stress and fatigue.
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