Rapid Intervention Team Bags

Instant help under severe circumstances

The Bag for Rapid Intervention Team is carried by a firefighter and supplies breathable air to a person who had an accident in a hazardous atmosphere. It is supplied with a pneumatic system that is connected to an existing cylinder. Depending on the application, it can be equipped with the rescue hood RespiHood or a combination of demand valve and full face mask as required.

Part Number
Description
10103749
10103749

Bag for Rapid Intervention Team

10104597
10104597

Bag for Rapid Intervention Team, SL long

10104598
10104598

Bag for Rapid Intervention Team Q

10104599
10104599

Bag for Intervention Team, spare part

 Features

  • Flap with large, handy SingleLine manifold
  • Safe handling even at zero visibility
  • Bag can be secured to the affected person using a carrying strap
  • Strain-relief for the SingleLine hose: safety belt with carabiner
Components
  • Material: PAX®-Dura, black
  • Accomodates one 6, 6.8 or 9 litre cylinder (recommendation: use blast protection) incl. Pneumatic system
  • Compartments for accessories such as demand valve, mask, hood, rescue loop
  • Padded, with robust base plate
Pneumatics Components
  • SingleLine: patented hose-in-hose technology that combines high and medium pressure air supply
  • Pressure gauge at manifold is easy to read during operation
  • Standard pneumatics as featured on BA set
  • SL-long version: extended SingleLine (1500 mm)
  • QuickFill version: fast charging of cylinder in 45 sec. or direct refill of cylinder of trapped person
 
Technical Specifications
 
Overall Size
Length: 750 mm
Width: 170 mm
Height: 290 mm
 
Weigth 
With SingleLine Pneumatics < 6 kg
Markets: Fire Service
Applications: Search & Rescue

Approvals subject to change without notice and may differ based on configuration, part number and/or country.
Contact Customer Service or check approval label on product for specific approval information.

Approvals CE approved according to 97/23/EC (Pressure Equipment Directive, PED), based on relevant tests of EN 137

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