Mustang Survival MD3075 Life Jacket User Manual

Mustang Survival MD3075 Life Jacket User Manual
MUSTANG SURVIVAL
MANUFACTURER'S MANUAL
MD3075 Inflatable PFD
Manual Inflation Model
Recreational: USCG Approved Type III
INFLATABLE PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICE
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DO NOT REMOVE PRIOR TO SALE
CONTENTS
Page 1 Approval Conditions and Carriage Regulations
1 Mandatory Carriage Requirements
1 What is an Inflatable PFD?
2 Instructions for Use
2 Component Inspection Instructions
2 Readiness Checklist
3 Sizing and Fit
3 Donning Instructions
4 Inflating Your Inflatable PFD
5 Deflating the Inflatable PFD
6 Usage Below Freezing
6 Re-arming Your PFD (MD3075)
8 Repacking
9 Is Your PFD in Good and Servicable Condition?
9 Care and Maintenance Instructions
11 Cleaning and Storing of Your Inflatable PFD (MD3075)
11 Why are PFDs Required Safety Equipment?
12 How and Why to Test Your PFD
12 How Do You Test Your PFD Using the Manual Inflator?
13 How Do You Test Your PFD Using the Oral Inflator?
14 Wear Your PFD
14 Hypothermia
15 Each of These Devices is Intended to Help You Save Your
Own Life
16 Inflatable PFD Safety Accessories
16 Additional Information
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APPROVAL CONDITIONS AND CARRIAGE REQUIREMENTS
This Inflatable PFD is approved by the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) for use
as a Type III (Model MD3075) Personal Flotation Device (PFD). It is not
approved for water skiing or other high impact, high-speed activities.
This Inflatable PFD was designed to be more comfortable and less
restrictive to wear than inherently buoyant PFDs. When worn, used, and
serviced according to this owner’s manual, this Inflatable PFD can greatly
increase your chances of survival in the water. Not recommended for
non-swimmers or weak swimmers. Users of inflatable PFDs must be at
least 16 years old.
Mandatory Carriage Requirements
Federal regulations in 33 CFR 175-1993 require you to carry Coast Guard
approved personal flotation devices (PFDs) legibly marked with the Coast
Guard approval number which are in good and serviceable condition
and are the correct size for each person on board. To be considered
serviceable, this PFD shall not exhibit deterioration that could diminish
its performance such as broken or deformed hardware, detached
webbing, rotted structural components, airleaks, or nonfunctional oral
inflation tube. Unless worn, this PFD must also be properly armed with
a full C02 cylinder, inflation system status indicator, and an accessible
manual inflation lanyard. A PFD which is "approved only when worn" or
"required to be worn" must be worn under the specified conditions.
WHAT IS AN INFLATABLE PFD?
While traditional PFDs are inherently buoyant, inflatable PFDs rely
entirely on inflation for buoyancy. Uninflated, the Inflatable PFD is a
comfortable slim collar that can be inflated at any time with a 33-gram
CO2 gas cylinder. The Inflatable PFD is designed to offer maximum
mobility with minimum bulk. The Inflatable PFD (MD3075) can be
inflated either manually by jerking a pull-tab, or orally (by mouth). This
device DOES NOT inflate automatically. It is recommended that you
familiarize yourself with the procedures outlined in INSTRUCTIONS FOR
USE (p. 2).
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
This manual supplies instructional, maintenance and safety information
for model MD3075 unless specified otherwise. The model number is
listed on the underside label.
Congratulations on your Inflatable PFD purchase.
Component Inspection Instructions
1) Examine the service indicator through the window panel (Fig. 1).
Ensure the service indicator is green. If the service indicator is red,
the mechanism has been fired or is incorrectly fitted (see Re-arming
Your PFD (p.6)).
NOTE: The service indicator must be green before proceeding.
2)Undo the Velcro™ strips along the underside of the PFD.
FIGURE 1
MD3075 Service Indicator
Manual Inflator
3) Ensure the oral-inflation dust cap is in the stowed position (Fig. 6).
4) Ensure the service indicator is green and the pull-tab lanyard is
hanging on the outside (Fig. 1); secure the Velcro™ strips on the
underside of the Inflatable PFD.
Readiness Checklist
Check your Inflatable PFD and ensure all of the checkpoints listed below
are true before use.
n Service indicator is green (Fig. 1).
n No rips, tears or holes; all seams are securely sewn; and the fabric,
straps and hardware are still strong.
n All Velcro™ and waist belt are securely fastened.
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n Inflatable PFD is not twisted.
n Oral-inflation dust cap is in the stowed position (Fig. 6).
n "Jerk to inflate" tab exits bottom of pouch.
Your Inflatable PFD is ready for use if all applicable boxes are checked.
NOTE: Contact your Mustang Dealer if you have any concerns
about the readiness of your Inflatable PFD.
Sizing and Fit
This PFD provides a minimum of 33.7 lbs of buoyancy when inflated and
is designed for wearers over 16 years of age, with a chest range of 30-52
inches (76-132 cm) weighing over 80 pounds (36 kg).
Donning Instructions
It is important that the Inflatable PFD is properly adjusted to fit the
person wearing it. An incorrect fit or improper fastening of attachments
could impede its effectiveness.
1) All belts and straps are already threaded correctly and only need to
be adjusted for fit. The MD3075 waist belt should fit securely below
your rib cage.
2) Put the Inflatable PFD on just like a standard waist belt pack, and
fasten the front buckle. Adjust waist belt to a snug, comfortable
fit, and secure the belt's loose end in the belt loop. Do not wear
Inflatable PFD under clothing, as the inflation could be restricted, or
you could be injured (Fig.2, Step 1 and 2).
WARNING: Do not wear Inflatable PFDs under clothing as the
inflation could be restricted or you could be injured.
FIGURE 2
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Deployment and Use of the PFD (Fig2, Step 3-6)
Inflating then donning
1) Either pull out the bladder from fabric casing, then inflate orally, or
pull sharply on tab to inflate.
2) Put over head.
3) Tie the tie tapes at neckline
Donning then inflating
1) Pull out the bladder.
2) Put over head.
3) Pull sharply on tab to inflate or inflate orally.
4) Tie the tie tapes at neckline.
Inflating Your Inflatable PFD
It is recommended that the following procedures be followed to inflate
your Inflatable PFD:
1) Manual Inflation
Activate the inflation system by jerking firmly downward on the pulltab (Fig. 3). The Inflatable PFD should fully inflate within 5 seconds.
FIGURE 3
Permeation Loss Information
When inflated, the carbon dioxide (CO2 gas) used to inflate the PFD
will slowly escape through the fabric over time. A slight reduction
of pressure will be observed after several hours of inflation. Topping
up by oral inflation may be required in the event of very prolonged
immersion.
2) Oral Inflation
Properly armed and inspected Inflatable PFDs will inflate when
manually or automatically activated. However, you can fully inflate
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the Inflatable PFD by mouth (Fig. 4) should inflation not occur, or if
you are in a non-emergency situation. To orally inflate the Inflatable
PFD, first locate the oral inflation tube by opening the cover panel
of the Inflatable PFD. Remove the dust cap from the end of the oral
tube and blow into the tube until the Inflatable PFD is fully inflated.
Place the oral inflator dust cap back in the stowed position (Fig. 6).
WARNING: Avoid double inflation (CO2 cylinder inflation after
full oral inflation) as it could damage the PFD.
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 4
Deflating the Inflatable PFD
1) To deflate the Inflatable PFD, reverse the oral-inflation tube dust cap
and insert it into the valve or depress valve with fingertip. The dust
cap will not lock in the deflate position so it is necessary to hold it in
place (Fig. 5).
2) Gently squeeze the Inflatable PFD until all air or gas has been
expelled. To avoid damage; do not wring or twist the Inflatable PFD.
Put the inflation tube dust cap back in its stowed position on the
oral inflation tube (Fig. 6).
3) Examine the service indicator (Fig. 1). If the service indicator is red,
the mechanism has been fired or is incorrectly fitted and the inflator
requires service (see Re-arming your PFD (MD3075)).
NOTE: The service indicator must be green before proceeding.
4) Your device is ready to be repacked (see Repacking p. 8).
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FIGURE 6
FIGURE 5
Oral Inflator
Cap In
Deflate
Position
Dust cap
in stowed
position
Dust cap
position for
deflation
Usage Below Freezing
When the temperature is below freezing, the Inflatable PFD should
be worn partially inflated because a fully discharged cylinder may not
quickly or adequately inflate your Inflatable PFD. Under these conditions
use the oral inflator to adequately top-up the PFD, after CO2 inflation.
WARNING: CO2 inflation could over-pressurize and damage your
Inflatable PFD if already fully inflated.
Re-arming Your PFD (MD3075)
NOTE: A re-arm kit (MA7203) is required for this procedure.
IMPORTANT: Follow instructions in the exact sequence below.
1) Open bottom cover flap so that manual inflator is exposed (Fig. 7).
2) Remove the cylinder/bayonet assembly by rotating counterclockwise
and then pull out. Discard the used cylinder/bayonet assembly.
3) Check the new cylinder/bayonet assembly to ensure the o-ring is in
place and the sensor ring is attached (Fig. 7). Ensure that the CO2
cylinder has not been pierced (Fig. 7).
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FIGURE 7
3F Manual Inflator
MD3085 Manual Inflator
Cylinder
Step 2
Sensor Ring
Step 3
Bayonet
Tab
Step 4
O-Ring
Step 3
Service
Indicator
Step 5
Lever
Step 4
Service Indicator
If green, unit is operable
If red, stop and service unit
4) Raise, and hold, the lever into the inflator housing. Install a new
cylinder/bayonet assembly by engaging bayonet tabs in housing,
pushing in then turning clockwise 1/8 turn to a full stop (Fig. 8).
WARNING: PFD WILL ONLY INFLATE IF CYLINDER IS
TURNED TO A FULL STOP.
MD3075
MD3085 Manual Inflator
Figure 8
Tab
Cylinder
Piercing Pin
Service Indicator
1/8 Turn
Lever
5) Examine the service indicator (Fig. 8) and ensure it is GREEN. If
the service indicator is red, the mechanism has been fired or is
incorrectly fitted and MD3081
the inflator
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Inflator
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Tab
Cylinder
NOTE: The service indicator must be green before
proceeding.
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Piercing Pin
Service
Indicator
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1/8 Turn
6) Refold the Inflatable PFD in accordance with the Repacking section
(p. 9).
YOUR INFLATABLE PFD (MD3075) IS NOW READY FOR MANUAL USE
Repacking
Gently squeeze the Inflatable PFD until all air or gas has been expelled
(Fig. 5). Do not wring or twist the Inflatable PFD. Put the oral tube dust
cap back in its stowed position on the oral inflation tube (Fig. 6).
NOTE: Before following the repacking sequence, be sure to
properly re-arm your Inflatable PFD.
1) Lay the bladder and pouch out on a flat surface with the bladder's
inflator and oral tube facing the flat surface (Fig.9).
2) Fold sides to meet in the middle.
3) Start by folding bladder at first crease, roughly 2" from bottom.
Continue folding the bladder using the creases as guidance.
FIGURE 9
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4) Without twisting, fold the bladder over once and place into the
centre of the pouch between the two wings (Fig.9). Ensure the
yellow inflator pulltab is positioned so it hangs out from the bottom,
between the VelcroTM closure.
5) Position so that green indicator is visible through window.
6) Ensure yellow pulltab is still hanging out the bottom of the pouch.
7) Close VelcroTM at bottom of pouch.
IS YOUR PFD IN GOOD AND SERVICEABLE
CONDITION?
Check your Inflatable PFD between outings to be sure that it is properly
armed; that it is free of rips, tears or holes; that all seams are securely
sewn; and that the fabric, straps and hardware are still strong (See
Readiness Checklist, p. 2). Inspect the inflatable portion of the Inflatable
PFD in accordance with the CARE AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Federal Regulations require Coast Guard approved personal flotation
devices (PFDs) that are legibly marked with the Coast Guard approval
number, are in good and serviceable condition, and are the correct size
for each person on board. It is the responsibility of the operator to be
sure this PFD is in serviceable condition. To be considered serviceable,
this PFD shall not exhibit deterioration that could diminish its
performance, such as broken or deformed hardware, detached webbing,
rotted structural components, air leaks or nonfunctional inflators. Unless
worn inflated, this PFD must also be properly armed with a cylinder
installed in the inflator, and service indicator showing green. See Page 2
for instructions. Failure to follow these instructions rigorously could result
in a non-functioning PFD causing injury or death.
Check the following at the intervals listed below.
1) Before Each Use:
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i) Examine the service indicator through the window panel,
ensuring it is green. If the indicator is red, the mechanism requires
service. See Re-arming Your PFD (MD3075), p.6.
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ii) Ensure the manual pull-tab is accessible.
iii) Visually examine your Inflatable PFD for damage or excessive
abrasion, wear, tear or contamination. Particular attention must be
paid to the stitching, straps and hardware. If in doubt, send it to your
Mustang dealer for evaluation and/or servicing.
2) Every Two (2) Months:
i) Leak Test: The Inflatable PFD should be tested for general leakage
by orally inflating your Inflatable PFD until firm and let stand for 16
hours. A leaking Inflatable PFD will not hold its firmness and should
be replaced. If your Inflatable PFD leaks, take it to your Mustang
dealer for evaluation and/or servicing. Repack the Inflatable PFD as
outlined in the Repacking section (p. 8).
ii) Oral Inflation Valve Test: To check the oral inflation valve, fully
inflate the Inflatable PFD using the oral inflator and hold valve under
water. If bubbles appear, deflate and re-inflate to test again. Should
the leak persist, take your Inflatable PFD to your Mustang dealer for
evaluation and/or servicing.
iii) Perform a thorough visual examination. See Readiness
Checklist (p. 2).
Perform these tests more often if exposed to potential damage or
used in extreme conditions.
3) After Each Inflation - Re-arm the Inflatable PFD. See Re-arming
Your PFD, p. 6.
4) Annually - Perform the following at the beginning of each boating
season, after inflation, or whenever the integrity of the Inflatable PFD
is in doubt:
i) Check all components for dirt or corrosion. Clean or replace, as
neccessary. See Readiness Checklist (p. 2).
ii) Visually examine your Inflatable PFD for damage or excessive
abrasion, wear, tear or contamination. Particular attention must be
paid to the stitching, straps and hardware. If in doubt, send it to your
Mustang dealer for evaluation and/or servicing.
iii) Perform the Oral Inflation Valve Test: See the Oral Inflation Valve
Test in the Every Two (2) Months Care and Maintenance Instructions
section.
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iv) Perform the Leak Test. See the Leak Test in the Every Two (2)
Months Care and Maintenance Instructions section.
v) Ensure the service indicator is green (Fig. 1).
vi) Record as an "Annual" inspection in permanent ink on the Care
and Storage label, in the Date Maintained column.
Repack the Inflatable PFD as outlined in the Repacking section (p. 8).
WARNING: If you are not confident in the self-inspection and
servicing of your Inflatable PFD in accordance with these
instructions, take your Inflatable PFD to a Mustang dealer
for professional servicing or contact Mustang Survival (see
contact information on back of manual).
Cleaning and Storing of Your Inflatable PFD
(MD3075)
To clean your Inflatable PFD, remove the CO2 cylinder/bayonet assembly.
Hand wash or sponge down the Inflatable PFD, including inflator, in
warm, soapy water and rinse with clean water. Hang to dry on a plastic
coat hanger. Be sure to replace CO2 cylinder/bayonet assembly. See
Re-arming your PFD (MD3075) (p. 6).
Always store your Inflatable PFD in a warm, dry place out of direct
sunlight.
WHY ARE PFDS REQUIRED SAFETY EQUIPMENT?
Drownings are the leading cause of fatalities involving recreational
boating. A PFD provides flotation to help keep your head above water,
help you to stay face up in the water, and increase your chances for
survival and rescue. Most adults only need an extra 7 to 12 pounds
of flotation to keep their heads above water. The proper size PFD will
properly support the weight of the wearer.
Since this Inflatable PFD does not have inherent buoyancy, it provides
flotation only when inflated. Familiarize yourself with the use of this
Inflatable PFD so you know what to do in an emergency.
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HOW AND WHY TO TEST YOUR PFD
Inflate your Inflatable PFD and try it out in the water to:
Make sure it floats you:
• Comfortably (when worn properly)
• Adequately for expected wave conditions (body shapes/densities affect performance)
Make sure it works:
• A flow of bubbles should not appear (see CARE AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS for leak tests p. 9). It should
inflate quick and easily.
Learn how it works by:
• Activating the CO2 inflation system
• Re-arming the CO2 inflation system
• Using the oral inflator tube
The U.S. Coast Guard recommends that you purchase two rearming kits.
One to be used immediately in testing the inflation system (see HOW
DO YOU TEST YOUR PFD USING THE MANUAL INFLATOR?) and the
other to carry onboard as a spare.
To check the manual inflation system (with CO2 cylinder/bayonet
assembly removed); determine that the CO2 cylinder piercing pin moves
freely when pushing up on the lever arm by pushing down on the pins
and releasing the pins followed by the lever arm. Repeat this several
times to check the manual inflation system.
HOW DO YOU TEST YOUR PFD USING THE
MANUAL INFLATOR?
1) To test your Inflatable PFD, you will need your fully armed Inflatable
PFD, and re-arming kit approved for your Inflatable PFD: MA7203
2) Put on the Inflatable PFD.
3) Actuate the inflation system by jerking firmly downward on the
pull-tab. The Inflatable PFD should fully inflate within 5 seconds.
4) Get into shallow water, just deep enough that you can stand with
your head above the surface.
5) See if the Inflatable PFD will float you on your back or just slightly
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back of vertical. In a relaxed floating position, verify that your mouth
is well above the water’s surface. Note the effect of where you hold
your legs and how you float.
6) Get out of the water and remove the Inflatable PFD. Completely
deflate the Inflatable PFD using the oral inflator (see Deflating the
Inflatable PFD p. 5). Remove the CO2 cylinder/bayonet assembly
from the inflator.
7) Let the Inflatable PFD dry thoroughly. Re-arm & Repack the PFD (p. 6).
HOW DO YOU TEST YOUR PFD USING THE ORAL
INFLATOR?
1) No spare parts or re-arming kits are needed to test your Inflatable
PFD.
2) Remove the CO2 cylinder/bayonet assembly to prevent inadvertent
inflation, which could potentially damage the Inflatable PFD. Inspect
the cylinder to confirm it is unused (Fig. 7).
3) Put on the Inflatable PFD.
4) Get into shallow water, just deep enough that you can stand with
your head above the surface.
5) If you are a weak swimmer or non-swimmer, orally inflate the
Inflatable PFD partially so that you are supported well enough to be
able to complete inflation without touching bottom. Note this level
of inflation because it is the minimum needed for you to safely use
this Inflatable PFD.
6) Fully inflate the Inflatable PFD using the oral tube.
7) See if the Inflatable PFD will float you on your back or just slightly
back of vertical. In a relaxed floating position, verify that your mouth
is well above the water’s surface. Note the effect of where you hold
your legs on how you float.
8) Get out of the water and remove the Inflatable PFD. Completely
deflate the Inflatable PFD using the oral tube.
9) Let the Inflatable PFD dry thoroughly. Re-arm and repack the PFD (p. 6).
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WEAR YOUR PFD
In approximately 80 percent of all boating fatalities, the victims were not
wearing a PFD. Most fatal accidents happen on calm sunny days. This
Inflatable PFD is much more comfortable to wear than other PFD types.
Get into the habit of wearing this Inflatable PFD.
Non-swimmers and children especially should wear a hybrid or nonInflatable PFD at all times when on or near the water.
HYPOTHERMIA
Prolonged exposure to cold water causes a condition known as
hypothermia - a substantial loss of body heat, which leads to exhaustion
and unconsciousness. Most drowning victims first suffer from
hypothermia. The following chart shows the effects of hypothermia: how
hypothermia affects most adults.
How hypothermia affects most adults
Water
Temperature ˚C (˚F) 0.3
0.3–4
4–10
10–16
16–21
21–27
over 27
(32.5) (32.5–40) (40–50) (50–60)
(60–70) (70–80)
(over 80)
Exhaustion or Unconsciousness
Expected
Time of Survival
Under 15 min.
15–30 min.
30–60 min.
1–2 hrs.
2–7 hrs.
2–12 hrs.
Indefinite
Under 15–45 min.
30–90 min.
1–3 hrs
1–6 hrs.
2–40 hrs.
3 hrs. to Indefinite
Indefinite
PFDs can increase survival time because they allow you to float without
using energy treading water and because of their insulating properties.
Naturally, the warmer the water, the less insulation you will require.
When operating in cold waters [below 60°F (15.6°C)] you should
consider using a coat or jacket style PFD or a Type V Thermal Protective
PFD as they cover more of the body than the vest or belt style PFDs.
Some Points to Remember About Hypothermia Protection:
1) Always wear your Inflatable PFD. Even if you become incapacitated
due to hypothermia, the Inflatable PFD will keep you afloat and
greatly improve your chances of rescue.
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2) Do not attempt to swim unless it is to reach a nearby craft, fellow
survivor, or a floating object on which you can lean or climb.
Swimming increases the rate of body heat loss. In cold water, drownproofing methods that require putting your head in the water are
not recommended. Keep your head out of the water. This will greatly
lessen heat loss and increase your survival time.
3) Use the standard H.E.L.P. position when wearing an Inflatable PFD,
drawing the legs up to a seated position, because doing so will help
you conserve body heat (Fig. 10).
4) Keep a positive attitude about your survival and rescue. This will
improve your chances of extending your survival time until rescued.
Your will-to-live does make a difference!
5) If there is more than one person in the water, huddling is
recommended while waiting to be rescued. This action tends to
reduce the rate of heat loss and thus increase the survival time.
Figure 10
HELP Position
EACH OF THESE DEVICES IS INTENDED TO HELP
YOU SAVE YOUR OWN LIFE
For your Inflatable PFD to function properly, follow these suggestions to
verify that it fits, floats, and remains in good condition.
1) Check the inflation mechanism status indicators before each use.
2) Get in the habit of re-arming the inflation mechanism right after
each inflation.
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3) Try your wearable Inflatable PFD on and adjust it until it fits
comfortably in and out of the water.
4) Mark your Inflatable PFD with your name if you are the only wearer.
5) Do not alter your Inflatable PFD. If it doesn’t fit properly, get one that
does. An altered device is no longer Coast Guard approved.
6) Your Inflatable PFD is not intended for use as a fender or kneeling
pad.
7) If your Inflatable PFD is wet, allow it to dry thoroughly before storing
it. Store it in a well-ventilated area.
8) Do not dry your Inflatable PFD in front of a radiator or other source
of direct heat.
Inflatable PFD Safety Accessories
For the MD3075 - MA7203 Re-arm Kit – Contains 33-gram replacement
CO2 cylinder/bayonet assembly for the manual inflator.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
If you need more information about PFDs and safe recreational boating,
contact your state boating authority, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, U.S.
Power Squadron, Red Cross, or your nearest unit of the U.S. Coast Guard;
or call the free boating course number 1-800-336-BOAT (in VA, 1-800245-BOAT).
DO NOT ATTACH PFD’S TO YOUR BOAT
Each PFD has straps, hooks, buckles, or other means for securing the
device in place on the wearer. Some PFDs also incorporate decorative
d-rings or tabs. Such items are not to be used to attach the device
to the boat. Attaching the device to the boat will not permit it to perform
as intended.
AIRLINE OPERATOR POLICY ON CARRIAGE OF
INFLATABLE PFDS AND CO2 CARTRIDGES
Please be aware that the following regulations apply to the air transport
of this product. According to U.S. Research and Special Programs
Administration Regulations Title 49 CFR 75.10(a)(25): With the approval
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of the aircraft operator, one small carbon dioxide cylinder fitted into
a self-inflating jacket, plus one spare cartridge, may be carried by a
passenger or crew in checked or carry-on baggage.
Please refer to the governing body’s documentation, found online at
http://hazmat.dot.gov.
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