Emergency Equipment

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chzor86
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97689
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Emergency Equipment
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2011-08-20 16:22:09
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  1. Quick Don Oxygen Mask
    • (3 on board, inspected every 30 days)
    • -- Preflight Checks: Flow indicator, Emergency on positive pressure, Goggle/Vent Valve operation, intercom operation
    • -- Stow Mask: O2 100%, Vent valve closed, quick release position
    • -- Diluter demand type
    • -- Check red flow indicator showing when not breathing
  2. Crash Axe
    • (1 on board)
    • -- Located in leather sheath below emergency escape hatch
  3. First Aid and Survival Kits
    • (1 each on board, inspected every 180 days)
    • -- Secured to bulkhead in front of latrine
    • -- Check dates tamper seals on kits
  4. Emergency Escape Breathing Device (EEBD)
    • (3 on board, inspected every 30 days)
    • -- Located behind each crew seat
    • -- Preflight Checks: Inspection window blue, inspection date on tag, tamper seal on case
    • -- Ensure O2­ flow prior to donning
    • -- Provides 15 minutes of air
    • -- Operational to 41,000’
  5. Passenger Oxygen Masks
    • (5 in cabin area and 2 in lavatory)
    • -- Armed w/ Oxygen System Ready – Pull
    • -- Manually deployed by Pass Oxygen – Pull
    • -- Automatically deployed when cabin altitude exceed 12,500’ ± 500’ (takes 55psi to open mask container doors)
    • -- Mask activation lanyard must be pulled to activate oxygen flow to mask
    • -- Continuous flow type
  6. Fire extinguishers
    • (2 on board)
    • -- Type: Halon (Bromotrifluoromethane)
    • -- Single discharge unit good for all fire types
    • -- Located behind Co-pilot’s seat and on bottom of bulkhead in front of avionics rack
    • -- Check inspection dates and tamper seals
  7. Emergency Escape Hatch
    • (1 on board)
    • -- 4.5 feet from bottom of hatch to ground w/ gear extended
    • -- Ensure safety pin removed before flight
  8. Seat Belt/Shoulder Harness
    • (3 on board)
    • -- Lock at 3 Gs
    • -- Must be worn while plane is taxing, take-off, Landing, and below 10,000’ MSL
    • -- Above 10,000’ MSL shoulder straps may be released except when maneuvering (stalls, steep turn, etc)
  9. Nomex Flight Suit and gloves
    • -- Good for 700° - 800°F
    • -- JP-8 burns at 2500°F
  10. ELT
    • -- Minimum of 50 continuous hours
    • -- VHF 121.5
    • -- UHF 243.0
    • -- Activates at more than 5 Gs along the flight axis

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