Safe Escape ASE30 30 Minute Smoke Hood for Escaping Fires Up to 20th Floor
Smoke evacuation mask and fire hood. S afe Escape single use respirator emergency smoke hood with soft storage case for 30 minutes' breathing time to escape from up to the 20th floor. Protects against smoke inhalation (SI), the #1 cause of death in a fire, carbon monoxide, Hydrogen Cyanide, Hydrogen Chloride, Acrolein, Anthrax and many other toxic gasses. Weight with case: 2.2 lbs. Note: Never Open The Smoke Hood Before Needing to Use for An Escape. Once the Clear Plastic Package Seal is Broken, the Unit Deteriorates and the Unit Must Be Used Immediately or Discarded. Expires 1/2022.
Without this smoke mask, you have less than 60 seconds to escape the deadly effects of Smoke Inhalation (SI). Safe Escape protects your head completely from toxic smoke and falling hot ash. For ages 2 years and up. Safe Escape Fire Escape Smoke Hood has an oversized hood with glow in the dark adjustable side straps for easy identification by rescuers. The extra large clear vision window reduces claustrophobia. The high capacity filter cartridge has a stainless steel shell. The Elastomeric cotton neck dam seals out polluted air. An adjustable two point belt buttom fits the mask securely to face. The penetration coefficient of oil mist is less than 5 per cent. Six year shelf life after manufacture.
Directions for Use:
Stay calm. Open case. Remove the Safe Escape Smoke Hood, toxin prevention mask.
Move 2 red rubber stoppers in the front of the toxin filtration tank. Push out tank toward front of the mask.
Pull mask over your head. Pull to cover neck. Place toxin filtration tank in front of your nose.
Tighten head belt. Pull out and back for snug fit.
Try to breathe normally. Choose the safest route out of the building.
The Safe Escape fire safety hood is endorsed by many fire departments. Live testing was done in live testing in real fire training facilities. On May 23rd, 2005, the local affiliate of NBC News / KSDK in St. Louis, Missouri and Art Holliday, Executive Producer, aired an in-depth Special Report on this smoke fire safety device showing how it can SAVE LIVES. A local fire department also used this at their training facility in a live fire reenactment.
Single use, disposable unit.
Breathe normally. No nose clips, no can to breathe through.
Secure fit in seconds.
Easy Application: Slip on like a Halloween Mask.
Designed for ages 2 years and older.
Respiratory protection for emergency preparedness.
Use respirator with 17% or more oxygen present.
Storage Conditions: Well ventilated, dry area with temperatures 0° C to 40° C .
FREE REPLACEMENT if used in an actual fire or smoke occurrence during the 5 year. Provide documentation from fire department to the manufacturer.
Head hood and mask produced with flammable-resisting aluminum foil cloth.
Withstands temperatures of 1400° F (800° C).
Actual flame tested and radiant heat tested up to 1400° F.
Protects head from flame, thermal radiation and dropping dust from fire.
Form fitting elastic neck band keeps out foreign matter.
Dimensions of sealed plastic container: 4.25 x 5.25 x 8.25 inches.
Portable for easy travel.
SAFETY CODE COMPLIANT:
Smoke and fire safety hood mask conforms with USFA-FEMA standards.
European Standard EN 403.
Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1716:1994.
Thailand Disaster Prevention Department of the Interior Ministry.
Replaces the discontinued Evac-U8.
Japanese Standard 248.
Soft Case Travel Unit (ASE30), Dimensions: 4 x 5.5 x 7 inches. Orange smooth vinyl case with top zipper with woven nylon carrying strap. Clear plastic inserts front and back protect use instructions and specifications.
Hard Case for Mounting (Purify Air 30M, ASE30-HU), Dimensions: 5.5 x 9 x 4.5 inches.
Warranty: 6 years after date of manufacture. All units will have a minimum warranty of 48 months.
Note: Never Open The Smoke Hood Before Needing to Use for An Escape. Once the Clear Plastic Package Seal is Broken, the Unit Deteriorates and the Unit Must Be Used Immediately or Discarded. Training Units are Available for Practice.