Scott Safety – NFPA 2013 Product Offering

Scott Safety – NFPA 2013 Product Offering
NFPA 2013 Product Offering
Agenda
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NFPA Standards Review
AV-3000 HT Facepiece
SCBA Overview (Air-Pak X3 & AP75)
PASS Overview
– PASS
– Pak-Tracker
– SEMS II with Imperium ICS
• EPIC 3 Communications
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© 2014 Scott Safety NFPA 1981/1982 Standard Revisions
NFPA Standard Revisions
NFPA 1981 – Standard on Open‐Circuit Self‐Contained Breathing Apparatus
(SCBA)
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1992
1997
2002
2007
2013
NFPA 1982 – Standard on Personal Alert Safety Systems (PASS)
1998
2007
2013
Current Status
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The issuance date of the standards was November 27, 2012
The standards were published on March 2, 2013
Scott Safety is now shipping NFPA 2013 approved Air‐Pak X3 and Air‐Pak 75 SCBA
• NFPA 2013 approvals were received on March 21, 2014
• SCBA manufacturers are not permitted to ship NFPA 2007 edition product on or
after June 30, 2014
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© 2014 Scott Safety NFPA 1981 and 1982, 2013 Edition Changes
NFPA 1981, 2013 Edition Changes
NFPA 1981, 2013 Edition – “Standard on OpenCircuit Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus for
Emergency Services”
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Changing Primary EoSTI from 25% to 33%
• HUD – 100%, 75%, 50%, 33%
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EBSS “Buddy Breathing” Standard
• A universal low-pressure connection is not
required
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Intrinsic Safety Standards
• Edition 6, Class I, Div I
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Quick-Connect Regulator Fitting Change
• To ensure HUD connection at all times
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© 2014 Scott Safety NFPA 1981, 2013 Edition
Facepiece Requirements
Flame and Heat Test
Requirements
High Heat and Flame Resistance Performance
Soak @ 500°F for 5 minutes
10 Second flame exposure
6 in drop test
System has to stay positive for 24 minutes following
these tests, regardless of the cylinder size
Breathing rate = 40 L/min @ 24 breaths/min
Radiant heat Resistance Performance
Expose mask to radiant heat load of 15 kW/m2 for 5 min
System has to stay positive for 24 minutes regardless of
the cylinder size
Breathing at 40 L/min @ 24 breaths/min
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© 2014 Scott Safety NFPA 1981, 2013 Edition
Facepiece Requirements
Voice Communications
Requirements
Mechanical Communication Performance
Mechanical communications is required
STI = 0.55 @ 1.5 meters
Background / pink noise is present
Must also have any electronic communications
devices attached and powered off during
testing
Amplified Communication Performance
Amplifier is still considered accessory
STI = 0.60 @ 1.5 meters
Background / pink noise is present
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© 2014 Scott Safety NFPA 1982, 2013 Edition Changes
NFPA 1982, 2013 Edition – “Standard on Personal
Alert Safety Systems for the Fire Service”
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Universal Sounding PASS
• To have more consistent alarm sounds on
the fire ground
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Intrinsic Safety Standards
• Edition 6, Class I, Div I
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© 2014 Scott Safety Scott 2013 Product Offering
Scott 2013 Product Offering
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Scott has designed a new portfolio of products to meet the stringent
requirements of NFPA 2013.
These products are built off of Scott’s proven designs, but with key
innovations to further enhance comfort, durability, and fireground
communications.
AV‐3000HT Facepiece
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Air‐Pak X3 SCBA
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EPIC 3 Voice Communications
© 2014 Scott Safety Voice of the Customer Input
End-User Input (VOC)
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Scott Safety did not build the
new Air-Pak in a vacuum.
The team gathered large
amounts of customer data
Feedback Session
Initial Trident Sessions
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Participants
133
UAC
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Comfort Study I
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RM Comfort Study
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Console Concept 10
Comfort Study II
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VOB ‐ RMS
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FDIC UAC
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Total
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Question
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P2
2.50
3.25
3.88
2.38
2.13
5.88
5.00
5.50
4.75
5.00
4.63
Score
Scott VOB
P3
1.75
3.38
3.75
2.38
1.38
5.88
6.00
5.75
5.25
5.50
5.50
P2
P3
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© 2014 Scott Safety NFPA 2013 Value Proposition
Air-Pak SCBA Value Proposition
Scott Safety’s Air-Pak SCBA is the most trusted,
durable and easy to use SCBA in the fire service, and
is the only SCBA to meet the stringent requirements to
be labeled “Made in the USA.”
– Trusted based on its proven reliability and
redundancy of safety features
– Unmatched durability, providing the lowest Cost of
Ownership
– Easy-to-use, due to extensive firefighter design input
and real-life testing
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© 2014 Scott Safety AV-3000 HT Facepiece
Introducing the AV-3000 HT Facepiece
Advanced Technology, Proven Design
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Proven AV-3000 SureSeal faceseal technology for
superior comfort and fit
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Reverse Reflex U-Shaped Channel
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Designed for Top Down Convertibility to reduce fit
testing, training and inventory for lower cost of
ownership
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Meets the new 2013 Edition testing requirements for
high heat and flame, radiant heat, and increased
voice intelligibility
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© 2014 Scott Safety AV-3000 HT Facepiece - Features & Benefits
Proven AV-3000 SureSeal faceseal technology
for greater comfort and reliable fit
High visibility
inhalation valves for
easy inspection and
added safety
High temp polycarbonate lens
and high temp nylon bezel for
added durability and enhanced
wearer safety
ANSI/ISEA Z87.12010 Standard.
Impact rated Z87+
Redesigned ducts
for improved voice
intelligibility, with or
without electronic
communications
New open bracket
with robust
attachment for added
safety
Top Down Convertibility reduces fit testing,
inventory cost, and training for lower cost of
ownership
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Right or left side
mounting for user
preference
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Advanced Technology, Proven Design
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Backward compatible – Customers can purchase
AV-3000 HT and retain NFPA approvals with ‘02 or
‘07 Edition SCBA
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Forward compatible – Customers can purchase AV3000 HT facepieces now for use with their ‘02 or ‘07
Edition SCBA, and upgrade to 2013 Edition SCBA at
a later time
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© 2014 Scott Safety AV-3000 HT Facepiece - Approvals
SCBA
Approved with AV‐3000 HT Facepiece
'97 Air‐Pak Fifty
No
'02 Air‐Pak Fifty
Yes
'02 Air‐Pak NxG2
Yes
'07 Air‐Pak 75
Yes
'07 Air‐Pak NxG7
Yes
'13 Air‐Pak 75
Yes
'13 Air‐Pak X3
Yes
Top Down Convertibility:
• AV-3000 HT approvals received:
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AV-3000 HT approvals pending
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Air-Pak 75i
ISCBA
APR with 742 cartridges and 40 mm
cartridges
Proflow 2 PAPR
C420 Plus PAPR
ACSi SCBA
SWAT-Pak SCBA
E-Z Airline Respirator
Ska-Pak family of respirators
CBRN APR (Estimated October 2015)
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© 2014 Scott Safety Air-Pak X3 SCBA
Introducing the Air-Pak X3 SCBA
The Air-Pak X3 SCBA platform was driven by the
NFPA 2013 changes, the Value Proposition, and
End-User Input (VOC). The result is:
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Emphasis on enhanced comfort
Improved hose and wire management
Better weight distribution
Ease of serviceability
Enhanced fire ground communications
o Electronics that are forward compatible for
blue-tooth technology, radio compatibility
and Air-Pak status recognition
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AV-3000 HT facepiece with
o Improved communications due to optimized
location of voicemitters
o Accommodates the EPIC 3 family for voice
communications
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© 2014 Scott Safety Air-Pak X3 - Comfort
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Comfort
Features
Benefits
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Weight
Management
Waist-mounted
pressure reducer
Less stress on shoulders;
Optimized center of gravity
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Ergonomic
Design
Design focused on
backplate contours
Reduced pressure points
along back
Articulating
shoulder strap
assembly
Mirrors movement of wearer
during reaching and other
exercises;
Sewn Drag Rescue
Loop (DRL)
Resistant to shoulder pad
rolling
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New Harness
Configuration
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Waist-Mounted Reducer available with
either a CGA or Snap-Change Cylinder
Connection
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© 2014 Scott Safety Air-Pak X3 - Safety
Item
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Safety
Features
Benefits
Redundancy
Pressure Reducer,
Vibralert,
Piezos,
“Buddy Lights”,
Dual EBSS,
Drag Rescue Loop
(DRL)
Redundancy of
safety features
gives firefighters
the confidence their
equipment will not
fail
Streamlined
Design
Hose / Wire
Management,
Cylinder Latch,
RIC/UAC Fitting
Minimizes chances
of wires or other
objects getting
caught on the AirPak
Console
Design
Large Sweep Gauge,
External HUD
PASS Status Indicator
Easy reading of
cylinder pressure
remaining
(individual/team),
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Positive indication
of PASS activation
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Item
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Safety
Features
Benefits
Redundancy
Pressure Reducer,
Vibralert,
Piezos,
“Buddy Lights”,
Dual EBSS,
Drag Rescue Loop
(DRL)
Redundancy of
safety features
gives firefighters
the confidence their
equipment will not
fail
Streamlined
Design
Hose / Wire
Management,
Cylinder Latch,
RIC/UAC Fitting
Minimizes chances
of wires or other
objects getting
caught on the AirPak
Console
Design
Large Sweep Gauge,
External HUD
PASS Status Indicator
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Easy reading of
cylinder pressure
remaining
(individual/team),
Positive indication
of PASS activation
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Item
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Safety
Features
Benefits
Redundancy
Pressure Reducer,
Vibralert,
Piezos,
“Buddy Lights”,
Dual EBSS,
Drag Rescue Loop
(DRL)
Redundancy of
safety features
gives firefighters
the confidence their
equipment will not
fail
Streamlined
Design
Hose / Wire
Management,
Cylinder Latch,
RIC/UAC Fitting
Minimizes chances
of wires or other
objects getting
caught on the AirPak
Console
Design
Large Sweep Gauge,
External HUD
PASS Status Indicator
Easy reading of
cylinder pressure
remaining
(individual/team),
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Positive indication
of PASS activation
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© 2014 Scott Safety Air-Pak X3 - Firefighter Status Indicator
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FF Status Indicator
Features
Benefits
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Status Lights
“Buddy
Lights”
Optimized positioning
for improved visibility
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Non-Verbal
Communication
“External
HUD”
Unspoken team
communication about
air status
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PASS Applications
PASS
Pak-Tracker
SEMS II
• Search and Rescue
• Search and Rescue
• Search and Rescue
• Interior Structural
Firefighting
• Interior Structural
• Interior Structural
• Industrial Fire brigades
• Industrial Fire brigades
• Industrial Fire brigades
• RIT
• RIT
Firefighting
Firefighting
• Haz-Mat
• Air Management
• Remote monitoring
• Evacuation
acknowledgment
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© 2014 Scott Safety Pak-Alert X3 - Overview
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Pak-Alert X3 is an SCBA integrated PASS
device.
NFPA compliant to NFPA 1982, 2013
edition
Compliant w/ NFPA 1500
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States PASS must meet NFPA 1982
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© 2014 Scott Safety Pak-Tracker - Overview
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Pak-Tracker is in addition to the
Pak-Alert X3 and has all of the
same features and approvals as
Pak-Alert X3.
Transmits signal when PASS is
in full alarm
– Instant transmission for manual
activation
– 10 second delay if alarm caused by
no motion to reduce false alarms
resulting in deployment of RIT team
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Remote notification of PASS
alarm activation
HHR or 320 w/ Pak-Tracker may
home in on transmitted signal
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© 2014 Scott Safety SEMS II - Overview
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SEMS II as part of an upgrade kit
or SCBA purchase includes PakTracker and Pak-Alert X3 and
has all the same features and
approvals
Remote real time monitoring
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MESH network for increased
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PASS Status
Air Pressure
Evacuation Status
Withdraw Status (self evacuation)
Each SEMS II SCBA is a mesh network
repeater
Range 3,500 ft. line of sight between units
Units can hop up to 10 times (potential
range of up to 35,000 ft. line of sight)
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© 2014 Scott Safety Imperium - Overview
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Imperium is an accountability
suite (not SCBA dependent)
designed to improve both tactical
and strategic event management
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Automated Level 2 Accountability
Supports Team Assignments
Pre-Planning Templates
Supports Staging and Mutual Aid Activity
Automated Report Generation
Scalable Solution
SEMS II Features (when used with SCBA)
– PASS Status
– Air Pressure
– Evacuation Status
– Withdraw Status (self evacuation)
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Accountability Software
© 2014 Scott Safety VALUE PROPOSITION
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A collaborative partnership between two fire
market leaders to address common customer
needs while improving customer safety and
increasing situational awareness
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW – FRI Concept
• Bluetooth pair Air-Pak X3 SCBA to Motorola APX radio.
• Demonstrate Scott Safety SCBA telemetry passing
through ASTRO 25 Conventional Digital network
• SCBA General Indications
• PASS Alarm Notification
• Pak/Radio ID
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Air-Pak 75 – 2013 Compliant
Air-Pak 75, 2013 compliant
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Similar look and design to 2007
edition AP75
– Differences
• 33% EOSTI
• New gauge face to match 33%
EOSTI marking
• New regulator cover
• New PASS sensor module with
new PASS sounds
• AV-3000 HT as the only approved
facepiece
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© 2014 Scott Safety EPIC 3 Voice Communications
EPIC 3 Communication System
The EPIC 3 communication system
• A state of the art communication system for use
in a multitude of applications.
• EPIC = Enhanced Performance Integrated
Communications
• 3 = Three in one communication system
o Voice Amplifier
o Radio Interface (RI) – coming soon
o Talk Around – coming soon
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© 2014 Scott Safety EPIC 3 Voice Amp
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Similar size, appearance, and
capabilities as first generation EPIC
voice amp
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Hands-free Amplification
Bayonet Mount Design
Tactile On/Off Switch
Directional Speaker
Auto Shut-Off (after 20 mins)
Low Battery Warning
Improved Functionality
o Increased Volume
o Increased Intelligibility
- STI Testing >0.65
o Longer Battery Life
- > 50 hours
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© 2014 Scott Safety EPIC Communication System – Radio Interface
• Has all of the same
features as the EPIC
Voice Amplifier
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Directional speaker
Auto Shutoff
Easy to clean speaker
3 AAA batteries
• NFPA and NIOSH
approved accessory
• ~30 hours of battery life
EPIC Communication System – Radio Interface
• Also has a Bluetooth link that
allows this amplifier to be
used with the EPIC3 RI
console and other standard
Bluetooth devices
– May be used as a stand alone
amplifier
– When linked, allows for remote
communications via the EPIC 3
console or other Bluetooth
devices
– Speak positioned near the users
ear to improve ability to hear
incoming radio traffic
– Speaker has no moving parts
EPIC Communication System Console
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Two Versions available
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High temp Lapel Mic
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No wireless interface
Test to NFPA Heat and flame test
Test to NFPA high heat and flame
Very rugged
Wireless high temp console
– Same features as the lapel mic, plus:
• Also has a Bluetooth link that allows
interface with the EPIC 3 RI or other
Bluetooth accessories such as jaw bone
• UL and ATEX approved intrinsic safety
• Attaches to a variety of portable radios
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Remote PTT – Paddle and Ring options
Battery life info
– Over a year of operation connected to an
energized radio
– ~30 hours of continuous Bluetooth link
EPIC Communication System – Talk Around
• Multiple Channel standalone
radio system
– Programmable channels
– User selectable channels
• Range greater than 300 ft.
• Variants include RI and/or
Amplifier functionality
– When combined w/ RI
• Radio communications come
into the console
• Talk around communications
come to the RI Speaker
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