Screw feeding unit AIRLINE AP 2002/Basic
airfor compressed air

screw feeding unit
screw feeding unit
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air, for compressed air


Product information Ideally for applications with constant respective limited compressed air supply e. g. compressed air cylinder) or in work places where "constant flow" systems are not permissible. Consisting of: durable and flexible breathing hose • air flow regulator with belt holding device • waist belt and nipple for compressed air hose connection • hip belt made of synthetic fabric and a quick-release adjustable buckle which allows • quick and secure donning of the device after one-time adjustment to the body size • with demand valve using positive pressure technology and screw connection M 45 x 3 • (DIN EN 148-3) • can be used with full face mask SFERA/SPA or C607/SPA • provides extreme safety and comfort • reliably packed in dust proof storage case Product designation: Compressed Air Line Unit AIRLINE AP 2002/Basic Applied standard: DIN EN 14593-1 (DIN = German Institute for Standardization) Utilization: To be used as breathing apparatus with limited compressed air supply (e.g. compressed air cylinder) only, positive pressure full face masks of the series SFERA/SPA and C607/SPA. The scope of protection is determines by the product information, technical standards and valid application rules. Description: Ideal for use with limited (e.g. compressed air cylinder) air supply. Materials: Medium pressure connecting tube Ethylene-Propylene-Diene Rubber (EPDM) Demand valve Steel/ABS/EPDM Connector/Belt holding device Steel Nipple Steel Waist belt/Buckle Synthetic fabric/Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) Weight: approx. 655 g


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