Scott Emergency Life Support Apparatus (15min)
The Scott Safety ELSA constant flow breathing apparatus is an escape breathing apparatus which provides a constant supply of air for rapid escape from hazardous industrial and marine environments. The ELSA is simple and quick to operate, reliable and robust in use, ensuring maximum protection in an escape situation.
The ELSA is available with oxygen supply duration of 15 minutes in high visibility PVC/polyurethane materials. The ELSA apparatus consists of a cylinder with combined cylinder valve and reducer, supply hose to constant flow hood and storage bag. The ELSA is activated upon opening the bag whereby a pin which is attached to the bag via a strap is released.
Weight: 5.3 kg
Length: 520 mm
Width: 340 mm
Depth: 135 mm
The Scott Safety ELSA is suitable for use in Marine or Industrial Escape settings for escape use only.
The carrying bag is made of PVC coated nylon. This is coloured for high visibility and is both flame retardant and chemical splash resistant. There is an anti-static option for working in potentially explosive atmospheres and this is made of polyurethane. The bag can be worn across the chest, as a bandolier or worn with an optional waist belt.
The constant flow hood is manufactured from polyurethane coated viscose. This is flame retardant and coloured for high visibility. This provides a stretch material for a comfortable fit combined with an elastomeric neck seal giving ease of donning over spectacles, beards and long hair. The optionally clear bubble visor is made from polyurethane. The mask has an exhale valve for increased performance and a compact ¼ mask reduced rebreathed CO2 levels.
STAINLESS STEEL SWIVEL HOSE
Maximum working pressure: 16 bar
Minimum burst pressure: 80 bar
Static Positive Pressure: 10 - 4.0 mbar
- The ELSA by Scott Safety is certified to AS/NZS 1716:2012
- The ELSA is also CE marked in accordance with EN1146 with EC/686/86
- The ELSA is also Lloyd’s Marine approved (MED Shipswheel)
Cleaning should only be carried out as specified in the user instructions. Maintenance and servicing must only be performed by trained personnel following the procedures in the Service and Maintenance manual.
The apparatus must be stored in a clean dry environment away from direct heat and sunlight. Storage temperature should not exceed -10°C to +40°C.
Decontaminated equipment should be dismantled and disposed of as solid waste. Empty cylinders should be treated as special waste and disposed of according to local and state guidelines.