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Drager 3364930 Saver CF10 (N) Discharged | Free Shipping and No Sales Tax

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Original price $769.99
Original price $769.99 - Original price $769.99
Original price $769.99
Current price $665.97
$665.97 - $665.97
Current price $665.97

Drager 3364930 Saver $665.97 CF10 (N) Discharged. New and delivered by Drager directly to your door. NO Sales or Local Tax Anywhere and Free Shipping   
The saver CF10 (N) version has a 134 cubic inches (2 liter) aluminum cylinder – nominal duration of 10 minutes.  NOTE: THIS IS THE DISCHARGED VERSION, SO CAN BE TRANSPORTED WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS AND FILLED AT DESTINATION.  The Dräger saver CF (N) is a constant-flow, open-circuit compressed-air emergency escape breathing device (EEBD). It provides respiratory protection to escape from a contaminated or oxygen-deficient environment to a safe breathing environment.

The Dräger saver CF (N) is a constant-flow, open-circuit compressed-air emergency escape breathing device (EEBD). It provides respiratory protection to escape from a contaminated or oxygen-deficient environment to a safe breathing environment. The main features of the product are: ● The respiratory protection equipment is contained in a carrying bag. The bag has a neck strap to carry the product. ● The air cylinder is fitted inside the carrying bag but has a pressure gauge (Fig 1, Item 5) that is visible outside the bag. When the cylinder is full it provides a nominal duration of 5–15 minutes, depending on version (see Section 2.1.1). ● The cylinder valve/regulator (Fig 1, Item 4) has an automatic activation device that is operated by removing a two-pronged locking clip (Fig 1, Item 3). The locking clip is connected by a strap to a sprung-gate clip (Fig 1, Item 2) that is in turn connected to a Dring (Fig 1, Item 1) on the inside of the lid. This arrangement automatically removes the locking clip as the carrying bag is opened. When the valve/regulator is activated, it regulates the cylinder pressure, and a preset nozzle inside the valve/regulator provides a constant flow (approximately 36 liters per minute) of breathing air to the escape hood. ● The escape hood (Fig 2) has a rubber ring that seals around the neck, and an internal nose cup that fits over the nose and mouth to supply air to the wearer. ● There is an anti-tamper tag (Fig 3) fitted on the lid of the carrying bag to allow an inspector to quickly identify that the bag has not been opened. ● There is a shelf life label located beside the cylinder pressure gauge to allow an inspector to check the cylinder recertification date without opening the bag.