An Emergency Escape Breathing Device (EEBD) is a compact, portable apparatus. The EEBD is designed to provide a person with a short-term supply of breathable air. In emergency situations, the EEBD can save lives. Emergency Escape breathing devices are used in various industries and environments. In the maritime industry, they are used to escape from toxic or oxygen deficit in confined spaces onboard.
EEBDs are lightweight and compact, which makes them easy to use and carry. The device is self-contained, which means they don’t require a separate air supply or connection to an external source. When the air supply is about to run out, an alarm will go off to warn you.
You can download the EEBD User Manual here.
Cylinder working pressure: 210 bar
Cylinder capacity: 3 l
Weight: EEDB 6 kg / Cabinet 4 kg
Duration: 15 minutes
BENEFITS & FEATURES
The T-ISS EEBD is intended to be used to escape from a machinery space and be carried by fire fighters to give personnel in need of assistance. An EEBD is not intended to be used for fire- fighting purposes or entering oxygen-deficit or toxic environments, for firefighters use our SCBA. This EEBD is designed according to Chapter 3 – Fire System Safety Code (FSSC)/2.2. A training version of this EEBD is also available.
• DNV module B&D
• Lloyd’s Register & ABS approved cabinets.
• US Coastguard (USCG)
• UK MCA-MER approval
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• Complies with SOLAS 74 and reg. 11-2/13.3.4 and 13.4.3
• Complies with TS EN 1146/15 incl. A1, A2 and A3