Audiovox PSS100 - Standard Rear Only System Technical data

AirBossTM Evolution, AirBossTM Evolution Plus and ProAirTM Evolution
Compressed Air Respiratory Protection Equipment
Approvals
TM
TM
Instructions for Use
Open the cylinder valve slowly, but fully to
pressurise the system, recheck the pressure
gauge and proceed.
TM
AirBoss Evolution, AirBoss Evolution Plus and ProAir Evolution are positive pressure,
open circuit, self contained compressed air respiratory equipment certified by NIOSH/MSHA.
TM
TM
Use
TM
AirBoss Evolution, AirBoss Evolution Plus and ProAir Evolution must only be used in
conjunction with compressed air cylinders approved by NIOSH/MSHA.
For Your Safety
TM
TM
Take gauge reading regularly. Whistle will
sound at whistle warning unit pressure
setting.
Proceed to safe area, at least when whistle
sounds, by shortest and safest route.
TM
AirBoss Evolution, AirBoss Evolution Plus and ProAir Evolution approved equipment
incorporates Dräger pre-set, and sealed pressure reducer and balanced piston unit assemblies. Drägers’
guarantee is void should original seal caps be tampered with, removed, or broken. Correct operational
condition is only valid if Dräger service, and re-seals pressure reducer and balanced piston unit.
Use of this equipment requires wearer training, knowledge, observance of these User’s
Instructions, and compliance with National Regulations, Laws and Standards, governing the
use of respiratory equipment in the country of use.
Use equipment only for the purpose specified in this manual, or as confirmed in writing by Dräger.
Guidelines for proper use of equipment should be consistent with NFPA 1500 - standard on
Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program.
Trained personnel should inspect and service equipment at regular intervals and a record kept
of such inspections and servicing.
Dräger recommends a service contract be obtained from your Dräger Branch or Agent.
Contact Dräger for details of Service Contracts and Service Training Courses.
Use only original Dräger Spare Parts for service and maintenance.
Notify Dräger in the event of component fault or failure.
Use only Dräger Test Equipment for service and maintenance.
Warranty and Liability Statement
TM
TM
Terms and Conditions of warranty, for the AirBoss Evolution, AirBoss
TM
ProAir Evolution, can be obtained from Dräger on request.
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Safety Notes:
a. Additional Air Required
If momentary additional airflow is required, press
‘red’ bypass button of lung demand valve. In the
unlikely condition of low or blocked airflow, or
if required to maintain additional airflow, press
and rotate the ‘red’ bypass button to ‘lock’ the
flow setting (80 - 130Litres/min). Duration of
the air supply is reduced while the bypass is
in operation. When set in this condition the
wearer must evacuate to a safe area. If it is
suspected that the apparatus is blocked then an
investigation by a trained authorised person must
be carried out before re-using the apparatus.
Evolution Plus and
Responsibility for reliable function of equipment transfers to the owner or operator when serviced,
or repaired by untrained personnel, (not employed or authorised by Dräger) or when used in a
manner not conforming to its intended use.
Description
Researched and designed to meet the
TM
specific needs of the end user, the AirBoss
TM
Evolution, AirBoss Evolution Plus and
TM
ProAir Evolution variants utilise the same
high performance first stage pressure reducer,
lung demand valve, carbon composite backplate
and are fully compatible with a wide range of
compressed air cylinders and facepieces.
The above variants can be fitted with either a
Mechanical Gauge, Flashing Gauge or Sentinel.
Details of equipment variants and approved
accessories are available from Dräger on request.
Intended Use
TM
TM
AirBoss Evolution, AirBoss Evolution
TM
Plus and ProAir Evolution positive pressure
two stage compressed air respiratory protection
equipment, used in approved cylinder, facepiece
and demand valve combinations, provide the
wearer with respiratory protection when working
in a contaminated, or oxygen deficient gaseous
atmosphere.
Effective working duration of equipment is
dependant on capacity (volume) of cylinder
selected and breathing rate of wearer.
Technical Data
High Pressure Connection
2216 psi connection to CGA 346
4500 psi connection to CGA 347
Lung Demand Valve to Facepiece
Connection
Push-In - Positive Pressure with By-pass
Pressure and Flow - Equipment
Medium Pressure: 87 psi to 130 psig
Air Flow: in excess of 1000 litres/minute.
at 290 psig in excess of 500 litres/minute.
Pressure and Flow - Airline Supply
If equipment fitted to independent air supply,
the following parameters should be noted:
Air Supply Pressure: 90psig to 120psig
Airline Hose Length: 5 feet to 300 feet
Note: maximum working length of hose Must
Not be made up of more than 12 individual
hose lengths.
Safety Note: Air quality Must conform to
the minimum grade requirements for Type 1
Gaseous air as defined in Compressed Gas
Association Commodity Specification for
Air, G-71 (Grade D or higher quality). Use
of airline connection by a second person,
Buddy Breather, voids NIOSH approval.
Whistle Setting (Flashing Gauge)
Whistle setting for the following pressure units
is as follows:
2216 psi Unit - setting 510 psig to 600
psig
4500 psi Unit - setting 1035 psig to 1215
psig
The activation setting of the LED’s of the
Flashing Gauge (if fitted) is also within the
above setting parameters.
WeightsTM
TM
AirBoss Evolution, AirBoss Evolution
TM
Plus and ProAir Evolution Self Contained
Breathing Equipment (without cylinder) 8.5lbs.
Charged Compressed Air Cylinders
4500psi/60 minutes (Carbon composite) 19.0lbs
4500psi/60 minutes (Kevlar composite) 22.0lbs
4500psi/60 minutes
(Fibreglass composite)
26.5lbs
4500psi/45 minutes (Carbon composite)
14.8lbs
4500psi/45 minutes (Kevlar composite)
17.0lbs
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4500psi/45 minutes
(Fibreglass composite)
20.6lbs
4500psi/30 minutes (Carbon composite) 11.4lbs
4500psi/30 minutes (Kevlar composite) 12.4lbs
4500psi/30 minutes
(Fibreglass composite)
13.2lbs
2216psi/30 minutes (Carbon composite)
12.0lbs
2216psi/30 minutes
(Fibreglass composite)
13.9lbs
2216psi/30 minutes
(Hoop Wrap, Fibreglass)
16.3lbs
2216psi/30 minutes (Full Aluminium) 21.4lbs
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Equipment Dimensions
Data indicated is less cylinder and with carrying
harness folded in stowage condition.
Length:
approx. 24.5 inches
Width:
approx. 12.5 inches
Height:
approx. 6 inches
Important Note: The activation setting of the
LED’s of the Flashing Gauge (if fitted) is also
within the whistle setting parameters. Audible
and visual signals/warnings may however not
activate at exactly the same time. The LED’s of
the Flashing Gauge will switch off before the
audible warning.
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b. Excessive or Loss of Airflow
In the unlikely condition of high or loss of
airflow, close the cylinder valve then immediately
begin to slowly re-open the valve, using it as
an adjusting valve to set sufficient airflow to
cover the maximum inhalation requirement.
This action must only be carried out in an
emergency situation to escape to a safe area. An
investigation by a trained authorised person must
be carried out before re-using the apparatus.
Note: On SCBA having cylinders fitted with
a locking (ratchet) valve, adjustment of the
cylinder valve while wearing the SCBA must
be performed as follows. Reach behind with
the left hand to support the backplate and
at the same time with the right hand, push
and hold in the valve handwheel, rotating the
handwheel clockwise to close the valve then
immediately begin to slowly re-open the valve,
using it as an adjustment valve to set sufficient
airflow to cover the maximum inhalation
requirement. Release the valve handwheel
when the required airflow is achieved.
Preparation for use
Connecting to Independent Air Supply
If Flashing Gauge fitted – fit new batteries
as follows:
Note: Ensure independent air supply source
meets pressure and air quality requirements
as defined in Technical Data section of this
User’s Instruction.
Flashing Gauge - Fitting Batteries
Fold back rubber cover from the gauge to
access the battery cover.
Refer to Fig. 1. Using TORXTM - TX 8
unscrew the four captive screws and carefully
remove the battery cover taking care not to
damage the sealing gasket.
Insert two new batteries into the battery
compartment ensuring correct positioning of
terminals.
Check that sealing gasket is not damaged.
Relocate battery cover and secure using the
four captive screws. Do Not overtighten
(max. 0.4Nm).
Reposition rubber cover over the gauge.
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Press reset (1 Fig. 9) mechanism of the lung
demand valve to switch ‘Off’ positive pressure.
Open the cylinder valve slowly, but fully, to
pressurise system.
Note: If an immediate leak is indicated from
the demand valve - press the centre of the
rubber cover to release the positive pressure
mechanism - press reset mechanism to
switch ‘Off’ positive pressure. Repeat the
action two or three times to eliminate the
leak. If leak not eliminated return balanced
piston unit to Dräger Service.
Close the cylinder valve and observe the
pressure gauge.
Gauge reading shall not decrease more than
200psig in 1 minute.
Whistle Warning Unit Test
Cover the outlet of the demand with ball of the
hand, press the centre of the rubber cover,
turning ‘On’ positive pressure. Slowly vent
system by carefully lifting the ball of the hand
maintaining a slow decrease in pressure.
Observe the gauge. Whistle should sound
at the preset pressure.
Note: Whistle pre-set by Dräger to the
following values:
2216 psi Unit - 510psig to 600psig
4500 psi Unit - 1035psig to 1215psig
Should whistle not sound at the required
pressure, refer to Service Manual.
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Pull down shoulder adjusting straps (Fig. 5)
until equipment is secure and comfortable.
Do Not overtighten. Tuck strap ends under
waistbelt.
Extend facepiece head harness straps, leaving
centre strap in position, (Fig. 7). Put neck
strap over neck, insert neck strap stud into
hole in centre strap of head harness.
Carry out High Pressure Leak Test.
Check valve port and the reducer handwheel
threads are undamaged, connector O ring
is in position, and undamaged.
Place the backplate horizontal, extend
the cylinder strap, slide cylinder through
strap locating the valve port to the reducer
handwheel.
Lift unit upright, screw the handwheel into the
valve port, (handtight). Do Not use tools.
Place backplate horizontal, take up slack on
cylinder strap (Fig. 2) pull strap over cylinder
to activate Camlock (Fig. 3) secure strap to
Velcro.
High Pressure Leak Test
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Fitting Cylinder
Pre Operational Checks
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Turn ‘On’ the independent air supply then
connect air supply hose to the coupling of
the Buddy Breather connection.
Close equipment cylinder valve and breathe
normally from the independent air supply.
Note: Cylinder pressure must not be less
than 80% full. If pressure is below maximum
charging pressure of the cylinder, this will
reduce available duration to the wearer.
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Important Note: The activation setting of the
LED’s of the Flashing Gauge (if fitted) is also
within the above setting parameters. Audible
and visual signals/warnings may however
not activate at exactly the same time. The
LED’s of the Flashing Gauge will switch off
before the audible warning at the following
approximate values,
2216 psi Unit – below 200psig
4500 psi Unit - below 400psig
Following satisfactory whistle test, press reset
mechanism to switch ‘Off’ positive pressure.
Connecting Demand Valve to
Facepiece
Check that the facepiece port and the demand
valve O ring are clean and undamaged.
Push the demand valve into the facepiece
port until it clicks into position. A slight turning
motion of the LDV during pushing will aid
connection.
Check that the attachment is secure. Pull
the demand valve away from facepiece - there
should be no axial movement.
Operation
Putting on equipment
Extend the waistbelt and shoulder adjusting
straps.
Put on equipment taking weight on
shoulders by pulling on shoulder adjusting
straps. Do Not tighten.
Fasten waistbelt buckle. Pull ends of waistbelt
adjusting straps (see Fig. 4) until waistbelt pad
is secure and comfortable on hip. Tuck strap
ends between body and waistbelt pad.
Press the reset mechanism of the demand
valve to switch ‘Off’ the positive pressure.
Open the cylinder valve slowly, but fully, to
pressurise the system. Check the gauge.
IN AN EMERGENCY - If independent air
supply ‘Fails’, proceed as follows:
Open cylinder valve slowly but fully. Breathe
normally.
Disconnect air supply hose from Buddy
Breather connection.
If necessary leave hazardous area by
shortest and safest escape route.
Safety Warning: Do Not remove equipment
until in safe area, clear of hazard.
Release the side straps of the head harness,
press the reset mechanism of the demand
valve to switch ‘Off’ the positive pressure
then remove the facepiece.
Close the cylinder valve.
Unbuckle the waistbelt, lift shoulder strap
buckles to loosen, remove the equipment.
Putting on Facepiece
Safety Warning: Beards, side whiskers,
facial stubble and/or spectacle frames will
interfere with face seal of facepiece, and
adversely affect protection of the wearer.
Press centre of the rubber cover of the demand
valve to vent system. Following venting press
the reset mechanism of the demand valve to
switch ‘Off’ positive pressure.
Detach the neck strap stud from the centre
strap of the head harness.
Spread the harness, (Fig. 7) then place chin
into the facepiece, position harness over the
head locating the harness centre plate with
the back of the head.
Tighten both the lower, then the upper straps
evenly towards back of the head. Fig. 8. Tuck
in strap ends.
On achieving a face seal the positive pressure
demand valves will automatically activate on
first breath inhalation.
Breathe normally then prior to use perform
function checks.
Note: If the by-pass has been set in constant
flow position, turn the ‘red’ button to unlock,
and switch ‘Off’ the by-pass.
Inhale and hold breath. Unit must balance,
i.e. no audible leak.
Continue breathing. Expired air should easily
flow out of the exhalation valve.
Press the ‘red’ by-pass button of the demand
valve checking that an additional airflow is
delivered into the facepiece.
Close the cylinder valve. Breathe normally to
vent the system. When the gauge indicates
zero, hold breath. Facepiece should hold
onto the face indicating a positive seal.
Note: If a leak detected, open the cylinder
valve, readjust the head harness and retest.
2216 psig Units
50 mg/cubic meter (4.99 x 10-5 ounce/
cubic feet.
4500 psig Units
35 mg/cubic meter (3.49 x 10-5 ounce/
cubic feet.
Safety Warning: If moisture content exceeds
recommended levels, ice particles can
form reducing, or blocking air flow. Water
content of breathing air must be checked.
Recharge to the indicated pressure stamped on
the neck, or shoulder of the cylinder.
Visual Inspection
Check integrity of:
Carrying plate.
All straps, buckles and harness.
Valves, connectors and cylinder supports.
Facepiece.
Flashing Gauge – if fitted
Replace batteries annually regardless, or when the
brilliance of the LED’s is significantly reduced.
Note: Use only approved batteries. Refer to
the specifications detailed on the label of the
gauge battery cover.
Cleaning, Disinfecting, Drying
Carefully clean, disinfect, and thoroughly dry
contaminated dirty components as necessary.
Use suitable baths for containing cleaning and
disinfecting solutions. Immerse and manually
agitate components in solutions. Dräger
recommends that no form of mechanical,
electrical or ultrasonic agitation be used.
Safety Note: Refer to manufacturers’ usage
instructions when using cleaning and
disinfecting agents. It is important that
attention be paid to concentration and
reaction times. Do Not use organic solvents,
such as Acetone, Alcohol, White Spirit,
Trichloroethylene or similar.
Dräger recommends the following:
Cleaning
Dräger Safety Wash.
Do Not exceed a temperature of 86
degrees Fahrenheit.
Disinfecting
Incidur.
Do Not exceed a temperature of 86
degrees Fahrenheit.
Details of cleaning and disinfecting agents are
available from Dräger on request.
Rinsing and Drying
Remove cleaning and disinfecting solutions by
rinsing in clean water, followed by drying.
Do Not exceed a temperature of 140 degrees
Fahrenheit when drying components.
Lung Demand Valves
It is important to follow these instructions to
internally clean and disinfect the lung demand
valve.
Refer to Fig. 9.
After Use
Note: Do Not drop or throw down equipment
as damage could occur.
Function Checks
To prevent ingress of moisture into the cylinder,
ensure that the cylinder valve remains ‘closed’ until
connected to the charging unit.
Dräger recommends that the moisture content in
charged cylinder should not exceed the following:
Pass equipment to the Service Department.
Routine Maintenance
To be performed after Use.
See also Maintenance and Test Intervals Chart.
Removal of cylinder
Safety Warning: Cylinder valve should be
closed and system vented.
Lift free end of the cylinder strap against the
Camlock to release, loosen the strap. Unscrew
handwheel from cylinder valve. Slide cylinder
away from reducer, remove from equipment.
Recharge the cylinder.
Charging Cylinders
Safety Warning: Air quality for compressed
air cylinders must conform to the minimum
grade requirements for Type 1 gaseous
air as defined in the Compressed Gas
Association Commodity Specification for
Air, G-7.1 (Grade D or higher quality).
Fold the rubber cover (2) from the front of
the demand valve body. Grip the bayonet
cap (3), turn anticlockwise and remove the
bayonet cap.
Note: The positive pressure spring remains
attached to the bayonet cap. Do Not remove,
stretch or compress the spring. Take care not
to damage the spring during cleaning and
disinfecting procedures.
Using the thumb and forefinger carefully grip
centre plate of the diaphragm (4) then tilt the
centre plate and lift the diaphragm from the
body of the demand valve. Remove the slip
ring (5).
Note: The diaphragm must not be ultrasonically
cleaned as this will affect the bonded area of the
diaphragm. Clean and disinfect manually.
Fold rubber cover back over the front of the
demand valve body to protect the lever (6)
of the balanced piston.
Immerse, and manually agitate the demand
valve, diaphragm, slip ring, and bayonet cap
in cleaning fluid. (Refer to cleaning fluid
instructions.)
After cleaning, rinse components in clean
water.
Immerse and manually agitate components in
disinfecting fluid. (Refer to disinfecting fluid
instructions.)
After disinfection fold the rubber cover from the
front of the demand valve and rinse components
in clean water. Take care not to damage the lever
(6) of the balanced piston.
Connect the hose of the demand valve to a
medium pressure air supply. Press reset (1)
then turn ‘ON’ the air supply.
Gently press lever (6) blowing out fluid
residue.
Safety Note: Wear suitable eye protection.
Disconnect from air supply, dry the components
and, if necessary remove the excess fluid.
After drying, carefully locate the outer bead
of diaphragm into groove in the demand
valve body.
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AirBossTM Evolution, AirBossTM Evolution Plus and ProAirTM Evolution
Compressed Air Respiratory Protection Equipment
Carefully locate tapered side of the slip ring into
the recess in the bead of the diaphragm.
Locate the spring of the bayonet cap into the
centre of the diaphragm and refit bayonet
cap.
Fold the rubber cover back over the front of
the demand valve.
Press reset (1) to switch ‘Off’ positive
pressure.
Connect the demand valve to the equipment
and perform Pre Operational Checks as
detailed in the Instructions for Use for the
equipment.
Pressure Reducer and Hose
Assemblies
Unfasten the hose loops, releasing the hoses,
and remove the reducer and hose assembly.
Fold the rubber cover (2) from the front of
the demand valve body. Grip the bayonet
cap (3), turn anticlockwise and remove the
bayonet cap.
Note: Do Not immerse the pressure reducer
in cleaning or disinfecting solutions.
For cleaning and disinfecting, remove
pressure reducer and hose assembly from
the backplate.
Remove the locknut, bolt and washers from
the reducer mounting.
Fold the rubber cover back over the front of
the demand valve.
Press reset (1) to switch ‘Off’ positive
pressure.
Connect the demand valve to the equipment
and perform Pre Operational Checks as
detailed in the Instructions for Use for the
equipment.
Note: The positive pressure spring remains
attached to the bayonet cap. Do Not remove,
stretch or compress the spring. Take care not
to damage the spring during cleaning and
disinfecting procedures.
Using clean cloth, moistened in cleaning,
or disinfecting solution, remove dirt and
contaminants from the pneumatic assembly.
Using clean cloth moistened in clean water
remove disinfecting residue followed by
drying.
Storage - Ready for Use
Fully extend shoulder straps, waistbelt and
head harness of facepiece.
Store equipment ‘ready for use’ in a cool dry
environment, free from dust and dirt. Protect
rubber parts from direct sunlight.
Using thumb and forefinger carefully grip
centre plate of diaphragm (4) then tilt the
centre plate and lift diaphragm from the body
of the demand valve. Remove slip ring (5).
Discard diaphragm.
Carefully locate the outer bead of the new
diaphragm into groove in the demand valve
body.
Carefully locate tapered side of the slip ring into
the recess in the bead of the diaphragm.
Locate the spring of the bayonet cap into the
centre of the diaphragm and refit bayonet
cap.
Note: Do Not exceed a temperature of
140 degrees Fahrenheit when drying
components.
Re-assemble reducer and hose assembly to
backplate and harness.
Note: Refer to For Your Safety.
Instructions for Use
Replacing Diaphragm
See Maintenance and Test Intervals Chart.
Refer to Fig. 9.
Safety Note: Ensure equipment secured and
supported by cylinder, and not backplate,
when stored ‘ready for use’, on wall or
bulkhead mounting, e.g. Fire Tender.
Note: Refer to approved user instruction manual
for complete list of sub-assembly component
parts that make up approved assembly.
FAULT, CAUSE, REMEDY
Airline respirators can be used only when
the respirators are supplied with respirable
breathing air meeting the requirements of CGA
G-71. Grade D or higher quality.
Use only the pressure ranges and hose lengths
specified in the user instructions.
Contains electrical parts that have not been
evaluated as an ignition source in flammable or
explosive atmospheres by MSHA/NIOSH.
Failure to maintain this product could result in
injury or death.
All approved respirators shall be selected, fitted,
used and maintained in accordance with MSHA,
OSHA and other applicable regulations.
Never substitute, modify, add or omit parts. Use
only exact replacement parts in configuration as
specified by manufacturer.
Refer to users instructions and/or maintenance
manuals for information on the use and
maintenance of these respirators.

Special or critical users instructions and/or
specific use limitations apply. Refer to instruction
manual before donning.
S - Special or Critical Users
Instructions
Approved for use at temperatures above
minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 31.7
degrees Centigrade).
When used as a Combination Self Contained
breathing Apparatus, not more than 20 per
cent of the air supply can be used during
entry.
During supplied air use, the cylinder valve
must remain closed. If the supplied air fails,
open the cylinder valve and immediately
proceed to fresh air.
Safety Warning: When equipment is fitted
with Integrated Pass Unit - Do Not assemble
equipment with 60 Minute (4500psig)
Fibreglass composite cylinder, as NIOSH
approved weight limit will be exceeded.
MAINTENANCE AND TEST INTERVALS
FAULT
CAUSE
Facepiece leakage (Leak test with
equipment in position)
Cautions and Limitations
Carry out Inspection, Testing and Servicing of Equipment in accordance with this table. Record all data in Equipment Log Book. These instructions
also apply to non-used (in Storage) Equipment.
REMEDY
1. Faulty or missing sealing ring or O ring at
demand valve connection
2. Exhalation valve leaking
3. Speech diaphragm defective
4. Headstraps not tight
Fit or replace sealing ring or O ring
Unsatisfactory communication
Speech diaphragm defective
Replace
High pressure leak
1. Check tightness of connections
2. Check hose seals on hose connections
Tighten as required
Replace seals as required
Safety relief valve venting
Pressure reducer defective
Return pressure reducer to Dräger Service
Demand valve venting (constant flow)
1. Banjo O rings worn
2. Balanced piston leaking
3. Diaphragm incorrectly fitted
4. By-pass knob engaged
Replace
Return balanced piston unit to Dräger Service
Re-assemble correctly
Turn 'Off' By-pass
Whistle not sounding correctly
Whistle dirty
Clean and re-test
Whistle sounding continuously
1. Damaged sealing on H.P. capillary
2. Defective activation mechanism
Replace sealing and re-test
Return pressure reducer to Dräger Service
Description
Clean and re-assemble or replace
Replace
Tighten
Complete
Equipment
After Use
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Functional and Leak Testing as defined in Instructions for Use
Flow and Static Tests per Manufacturer's instructions
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Medium Pressure Check
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Sintered Filter
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Replace H.P. Connector O-ring
Cylinder
Every
Year
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Visual Inspection
Pressure Reducer
Every
Month
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Charge to correct pressure
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Charged Pressure Check. Check Test Date Stamped on Cylinder
Cylinder Pressure Test (According to National Standards). Re-Certification
Cylinder Valve
Basic Overhaul as necessary or at time of Cylinder Re-Certification.
Dräger Recommendation
 Grease Demand Valve connector O-ring (Molykote 111) as required.
tESTING eQUIPMENT
Equipment should be tested as stated in the relevant User’s Instructions, with test equipment listed below, and/or by reference to appropriate Service/
Training Manual.
Test Equipment
Refer to Dräger Service Manual
Contact Dräger for details of Service Contracts and Service Training Courses.
DRAEGER PROAIR EVOLUTION AND AIRBOSS EVOLUTION (NFPA1981:1997) SERIES
DRAEGER SAFETY INC
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA
1-800-922-5518
DRAEGER SAFETY UK LIMITED
BLYTH, NORTHUMBERLAND, ENGLAND
+44 (0)1670 352891
DRAEGER CANADA LTD
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, CANADA
(905) 821 8988
Draeger AirBoss Evolution Series and ProAir Evolution Series Open-Circuit, Pressure-Demand, Entry & Escape Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
or Combination Open-Circuit, Pressure-Demand, Entry & Escape Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus & Type "C" Supplied-Air Respirator.
These respirators are approved only in the following configurations
Respirator Components
TC -
1
Alternate Facepieces
Alt.
LDV
Alt. Hrnss
Assy.
Alternate Pneumatic Assys.
Alternate Airline
Connectors
Alternate Cylinder and Valve Assemblies
Alternate Airline Hose
Assemblies (feet)
Cautions &
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Limitations
Accessories
R50092
R51350
R52972
R53070
4052609
4052719
4052955
R54450
R54694
R54696
R54697
R54699
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3351264
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3338040
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4055964
3337890
3337650
3350946
3350947
3350948
4059357
4059357L
4059061
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4059062
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4054854
4054854L
4059063
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3336106
3339633
4053437
4054916
4054930
4057102
4054931
4054963
4054964
4055001
4056197
4056200
4055002
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4055026
4055027
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R53325
3337700
3337701
3337852
3337853
3337777
3351021
3339626
3337548
3337012
3339280
3337549
3351027
3338801
3350822
4056029
4056030
4055963
4056623
4056348
4056624
4056566
3350339
4056750
4056751
3354328
3335845
AIRLINE HOSE 5-24FT
AIRLINE HOSE 5-24FT
AIRLINE HOSE 25FT
AIRLINE HOSE 25FT
AIRLINE HOSE 50FT
AIRLINE HOSE 50FT
AIRLINE HOSE 75FT
AIRLINE HOSE 75FT
AIRLINE HOSE 100FT
AIRLINE HOSE 100FT
GAUGE LIGHT
LDV HOLDER
WELDING SHIELD
WELDING SHIELD
HAIRNET, PANORAMA NOVA NFPA
HAIRNET, PANORAMA NOVA NFPA
HAIRNET, PANORAMA NOVA
HAIRNET, FUTURA NFPA
HAIRNET, FUTURA
VOICE AMPLIFIER
VOICE AMPLIFIER
RADIO INTERFACE
RADIO INTERFACE
RADIO INTERFACE
RADIO INTERFACE
RADIO INTERFACE
RADIO INTERFACE
SPECTACLE KIT PANORAMA NOVA
SPECTACLE KIT FUTURA
RAPID FILL FACILITY
RAPID FILL FACILITY
QUICK CONNECT
QUICK CONNECT
WAIST BELT
WAIST BELT
HOSE LOOP
WAIST BELT LOOP
CHEST STRAP
CHEST STRAP
ADJUSTING BELT ASSY (METAL)
ADJUSTING BELT ASSY (METAL)
SENTINEL ASSEMBLY
SENTINEL ASSEMBLY
SUPER I-PASS II SHOULDER
SUPER I-PASS II WAIST
METAL CYLINDER STRAP
CYLINDER STRAP WITH ID NUMBER
AIRLINE CONNECTOR HOSE POUCH
HOSE LOOP WITH HOOK
RUBBER HANDWHEEL COVER
ALTERNATE WHISTLE ASSEMBLY
SHOULDER SHEATH ( PSS100 )
SHOULDER SHEATH ( PSS100 )
US TELEMETRY PORTABLE UNIT ASSY
PANORAMA NOVA MASK FRONT PORT SECURING CAP
Protection
13F-377
SA / SC / PD
30 MIN 2216 PSIG
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1. PROTECTION
SA - Supplied-Air
SC - Self-Contained
PD - Pressure-Demand
2 - CAUTIONS AND LIMITATIONS
D - Air-line respirators can be used only when the respirators are supplied with respirable air meeting the requirements of CGA G-7.1, Grade D or higher quality.
E - Use only the pressure ranges and hose lengths specified in the User's Instructions.
I - Contains electrical parts that may cause an ignition in flammable or explosive atmospheres.
J - Failure to properly use and maintain this product could result in injury or death.
M - All approved respirators shall be selected, fitted, used, and maintained in accordance with MSHA, OSHA, and other applicable regulations.
N - Never substitute, modify, add, or omit parts. Use only exact replacement parts in the configuration as specified by the manufacturer.
O - Refer to User's Instructions and/or maintenance manuals for information on use and maintenance of these respirators.
S - Special or critical User's Instructions and/or specific use limitations apply. Refer to User's Instructions before donning.
Dräger, while endeavouring to ensure correctness of statements
of fact and advice contained in this publication; gives no
guarantee or warranty in respect thereof, and accepts no liability
for any mis-statement or inaccuracy in publication, or for any
omission therefrom.
Draeger Safety, Inc.
101 Technology Drive
Pittsburgh
PA 15275
Phone: 800-922-5518
Fax:
800-922-5519
http://www.draeger.com
Draeger Canada Ltd.
Mississauga, Ontario,
Canada
(905) 821-8988
Dräger Safety UK Limited
Ullswater Close
Riverside Business Park
Blyth
Northumberland NE24 4RG
Tel: +44 1670 352891
Fax: +44 1670 356266
3339135: 16th Edition : November 2009 : Subject to Modification - (A3-D-P)
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