1 2 MUSTANG SURVIVAL

1 2  MUSTANG SURVIVAL
Model:
Adult:
Body Weight:
Height:
IC9002 v02
Universal
110 - 330 lbs (50 - 150 kg)
4'11" - 6'7" (1.5 - 2.0 m)
MUSTANG SURVIVAL
ICE COMMANDER IMMERSION SUIT
DONNING INSTRUCTIONS
1
2
Remove footwear,
climb into suit. Use
pull tabs at back
of boot to assist
donning. Pull on
suit as coveralls.
Use free hand to
assist glove over
opposite hand.
Hood on, tip head, pull
zipper down by toggle.
3
Tighten crotch
strap, leg straps,
and wrist-strap
cinches to fit.
Secure zipper cover in
place.
4
A. Clip up harness
before operating in
suit.
B. While squatting, grab face flap (red tab) and
A
B
pull forward to release excess air from the suit
(1). Secure face flap over face or off the face by
matching hook and loop fasteners (2).
3
1
2
FOLDING INSTRUCTIONS
1
2
A. Lay the suit
out flat. Unzip
front zipper and
unclip the safety
harness.
Grasp both boots
at the top of the
ankles, 2”–3”
above the top
of the boot, and
fold them over.
B. Turn suit over
so zipper faces
down.
3
4
Continue to:
Insert folded suit
into bag.
A. Fold the ankles
up to the waist.
B. & C.
Fold arms across
the back and roll
the whole suit up.
MUSTANG SURVIVAL
ICE COMMANDER IMMERSION SUIT
MAINTENANCE
Annual Inspection
1. Unpack the suit and lay it out flat, separating the inside buoyant liner from the outside shell of the suit.
2. Inspect all areas of the suit for visible signs of damage or degradation. Also inspect for rips, tears, or
small punctures.
3. Close and open zipper several times to check for smooth operation. Lubricate the inside and outside of the
front waterproof zipper with lubricant after each use.
4. Ensure the harness webbing is not worn or abraded and the safety clip functions smoothly.
5. To store suit, always ensure your Ice Commander is fully dry prior to stowing in its stowage bag.
6. Replace inside buoyant liner by attaching to inside zipper and buckles along the shell front, neck, wrists, and
inside boot.
7. Lay your suit face down and roll feet first to the head area, fold in the arms and continue to roll suit
lengthwise with the zipper on the outside. Replace in stowage bag and always ensure that it is accessible in
case of emergency.
8. Never compress your Ice Commander by placing heavy objects on top of it, as this could result in loss of
buoyancy to the inside foam liner.
Repairs & Replacements
1. Damage to both the external shell and inner buoyant liner can be repaired by an authorized Mustang repair
station. Major tears, rips or punctures and chemical or heat burns must be inspected and repaired by the
manufacturer.
Cleaning instructions
1. To clean the Ice Commander Immersion suit, begin by removing the inside foam liner from the outer shell.
2. Remove salt and stains using a mild detergent in cold or warm water. Avoid scrubbing the patches of reflective
tape. Do not use volatile fluids such as petroleum distillates to clean the suit as they will break down the
welded material.
3. The inside foam liner can be handwashed with mild detergent and rinsed thoroughly with clean water, then
hung to dry. The outer shell component should be cleaned in the same manner, stains can be cleaned
by gently rubbing with a soft brush.
4. Do not dry clean.
zipper care instructions
1. Clean the zipper of any heavy deposits of mud, sand, salt or foreign substances using warm soapy water. Rinse,
and let dry.
2. Apply a recommended lubricant to the outer elements of the zipper only.
3. Open and close the zipper TWICE, then store the unit with the zipper OPEN
4. A suit that is used daily requires steps 1 to 3 to be done on a weekly basis, as a minimum, paying close
attention to more frequent cleaning of the zipper as required
Recommended Zipper Lubricants: Zip Tech by McNett, Ortlieb
customer service:
1.800.526.0532
mustangsurvival.com
MI 9228
Printed in Canada Rev. 01Aug2008
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