The aerox® Quick Comfort series diluter demand mask comes standard with an electret microphone and an inflatable Quick Comfort head harness. This head harness provides maximum comfort while allowing a very quick don and promotes an excellent seal to any face. The mask features a carbon fiber construction for light weight, and soft silicon rubber for a comfortable fit. Connectors are available for most built in systems. This mask is easily mounted with the available carbon fiber stowage cup, aerox® is also able to manufacture a portable walk around system with the same outlet plug that is on your aircraft, so you can easily disconnect from the on-board system and plug directly into a portable system allowing mobility.
This 4110-725 series mask is intended to be used by crew and passengers in the general aviation industry to an altitude of 40,000 feet MSL. The approval for this mask compliments other FAA approvals aerox® has already been granted for oxygen system components.
The Aerox quick donning diluter-demand oxygen mask is equipped with oro-nasal carbon fiber face piece, a mask-mounted diluter-demand regulator, a electret microphone, and an inflatable head harness. The inflatable harness that allows donning with one hand in less then 5 seconds, when used with Aerox 13-15061. Various connectors are available to fit most built-in oxygen systems. The diluter-demand oxygen mask is intended to be used by qualified crewmembers to an altitude of 40,000 feet (MSL) Approved to TSO-C78a and TSO-C89a.
Head Harness: Inflatable Quick Comfort
Certified Altitude: 40,000 Feet Max (MSL)
Microphone Plug: PJ068
Note: If returned, all cannulas and oxygen masks must be factory sealed.
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