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Compressed Air Respiratory Protection Equipment
Instructions for Use

The self-contained open circuit respiratory
protection equipment referred to in this manual
conforms to EN137 and has been issued
with Certificate of Assurance Number:

For Your Safety
important Information
Purpose/Description PA92
Purpose/Description PA93
Purpose/Description PA94
Technical Data
Preparations for Use
After Use
Routine Maintenance


Drager Limited, while endeavouring to ensure
the correctness of statements of fact and
advice contained in this publication, gives
no guarantee or warranty in respect thereof,
and accepts no liability for any misstatement
or inaccuracy in publication, or for any omission

Conversion to Twin Cylinder
Testing the Apparatus
Maintenance and
Test Intervals
Order List
Spare Parts List



This manual describes the operating
procedure for PA90 Series, Two
Stage (LP) Compressed Air Respiratory
Protection Equipment, with 200
or 300 bar supply pressure.

We recommend that a service contract is obtained from DrBger Service Department and that all repairs are also carried out by them. In the United Kingdom. If it is necessary to change these components at an incident. it is essential to read the following recommendations and to act accordingly I ): Recommendations Strictly follow these Instructions for Use Any use of this apparatus requires a full understanding and strict observation of these instructions. Only original Drager Spare Parts should be used for maintenance (4). i. repair. This apparatus is only to be used for purposes specified here. Repairs (3) and general overhaul of this apparatus should only be carried outby fully trained and expert personnel.withdueregardpaidtotherequirements of the Reporting of Injuries. a BA workshop. guidance on the level of protection for Compressed Air Respiratory Protection Equipment products can be found in the Health and Safety Executive publication HS(G)53 . Product Faults In the event of any component fault or malfunction. Maintenance This apparatus must be inspected (1) and serviced (2) by experts at regular intervals and a record maintained of such inspections and servicing. demand valve and facepiece are fitted to equipment in a clean area. a practical guide for users. Observe chapters. to the extent that the apparatus has been serviced or repaired by personnel not employed or authorised by Drager Service or when this apparatus has been used in a manner not conforming to its intended use. vapours and particulate matter. Intended Use PA90 Series compressed air respiratory protection equipment can only be used in conjunction with those cylinder combinations in the UnitedKingdomcovered bythe Certificate of Approval. 3 Repair = measures to be taken to restore desired condition. ‘Routine Maintenance and Test Intervals’. The warranty and liability provisions of the terms and conditions of sale and delivery of Drager 3 . Limited are likewise not modified by recommendations given above. service and if applicable. 4 Maintenance = inspection. Liability for proper function or damage Liability for proper function of this apparatus is irrevocably transferred to the owner or operator.Respiratory Protective Equipment.FOR YOUR SAFETY For correct and effective use of this apparatus and to avoid hazards.e. .itmayalsobenecessa~ to contact the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). 2 Service = measures to be taken to maintain desired condition. It is recommended that the cylinder. Drager should be notified. lntheUnitedKingdom. Drager Limited cannot be held responsible for any damage caused by non-compliance with the above recommendations. Alsothe Controlof Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations and recommendations apply to the above equipment. Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1985 (RIDDOR). 1 Inspection = examination of actual condition. please contact Drager Customer Services. suitable precautions must be taken to avoid contamination. or by national standards in force in the country of use.The cylinder. demand valve and facepiece should be correctly assembled totheset togivemaximumrespfratory protection against harmful gases. For information on these combinations.

This is only the case when pressure reducers are fitted with original Draeger components and sealing caps. before removal of any component from apparatus. Component parts which are recommended for replacement at . metallic particles or any other toxic or irritant substances should be kept to a minimum. Important Information Compressed gas by its very nature. tools.apparatusisnot~ as being operational inaccordance with approval standards. Test gauges must be calibrated once a year. 3 Compressed air is not to be directed onto any surface of the human body. Cylinders should only be pressurised in accordance with the charging instructtonsde. and due to the high concentration. 1 This apparatus is only intended for the purposes specified in these lnstructkmsfor Useorforthepurpose confirmed in writing by Draeger Limited.Statutory Requirements In the United Kingdom. Impurities e. and must only be used if they are within the stipulated test period. the requirements of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Rejjulations (COSHH) governing the use of Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) should be observed. but in any case should not exceed the maximum permissible exposure level. orremoved. Compressedgascontainers(cylinders) must be free from external damage.a high quantity of energy in a small containad volume. and all pressure in the system vented. regular intervals .e. Risks from this potential hazard can be minimised providing care is exercised in the operation and handling of compressed gas equipment and components.must be replaced regardless of visual condition and only original Draeger Spare Parts used. then suitable personal protection equipment should be worn i. dust. and inspected at regular intervals for wear. 4 All adjustable connections must be securelytfghtenedusingtheappropriate Warning: Do not use oxygen enriched air. the container: whether it be a compressed air cylinder or an airline flexible hose. industrial gloves. The cylinder valve must be fully closed. If original seal cap has been broken. and therefore full operational state to be achieved. With reference to air quality for breathing systems guidance should be sought from EN132 : 1990. Draeger can only be liable if pressure reducer is serviced and re-sealed by Draeger. is a potential hazard.scribedunder’Routine Maintenance’. dirt. pressure reducers should be overhauled at the stated interval. is a means of st0rfng. Pressuremducersofcemfiedapparatus are sealed by Draeger. The effective duration of two stage apparatus is dependent on : Cylinder type and capacity chosen : Rate of work.g. the relevant regulations governing the use of RPE should be observed and adhered to in the country of use. If compressed air is used for cleaning or removal of contaminants from components. Driiger I 4 Limited . 2 For safety reasons. For authorised maintenance to be carried out. Outside the United Kingdom. safety glasses/visor etc. Two stage apparatus will accept 200bar or 300bar nominal cylinders without modification to the cylinder connector or gauge.

Basic configuration consists of: + Composite Backplate + Standard Harness + Pressure Reducerand Hose Assembly ( Various cylinder connections available) + Cylinder Contents Pressure Gauge + Whistle Warning Unit To complete PA92. Refer to Technical Data . Lung Governed Demand Valves ( Positive Pressure or Normal Demand ).Page 20.Page 8 and Order List . and Compressed Air Valved Cylinders are available. Pneumatics and Harness Assembly Demand Valve (various) Facepiece (various) Valved Cylinder (various) 5 . PA 92 Equipment Layout 1 2 3 4 Backplate.Purpose/Description PA90 Series . various combinations of Panorama Nova Facepieces.PA92 PA92 is a self-contained unit for use in nonrespirable atmospheres.

and Compressed Air Valved Cylinders are available.PA93 PA93 is a self-contained unit for use in nonrespirable atmospheres.Page 8 and Order List Paoe ” 20. Refer to Technical Data .Basic Unit Demand Valve (various) Facepiece (various) Valved Cylinder (various) . Lung Governed Demand Valves ( Positive Pressure or Normal Demand ). Pneumatics and Harness Assembly . Basic configuration consists of: + Composite Backplate * Professional Harness(PlasticBuckles) + PressureReducerandHoseAssembly ( Various cylinder connections available ) + Cylinder Contents Pressure Gauge + Whistle Warning Unit To complete PA93 various combinations of Panorama Nova Facepieces. PA 93 Equipment Layout 1 2 3 4 Backplate.Purpose/Description PA90 Series .

and Compressed AirValved Cylinders are available. Refer to Technical Data . PA94 is a self-contained unit for use in non-respirable atmospheres. Pneumatics and Harness Assembly -Basic Unit Demand Valve (various) Facepiece (various) Valved Cylinder (various) 7 . Basic configuration consists of : l Composite Backplate + Professional Harness (Metal Shoulder Buckles) l Pressure Reducerand Hose Assembly (G5/8 DIN cylinder connection) l Cylinder Contents Pressure Gauge PA 94 Equipment 1 2 3 4 Layout Backplate.Page 8 and Order List . Lung Governed Demand Valves ( Positive Pressure and Normal Demand).PA94 + Whistle Warning Unit To complete PA94.Purpose/Description PA90 Series . various combinations of Panorama Nova Facepieces.Page20.

Leng!h Width Height Weight of Alqwr:ltkrs 620mrn 320mrn 150mm 3.Technical Rata PA90 Series High Pressure Connection (Stnnrk~td) Other connections availahlf~- G5/8 as per DIN 477: Part6 French Standard Italian Standard Japanese Standard Facepiere . Single cylirlders Note: If is advised that 1X cylinder should not be used in areas with resfricted entry and exit Note: Connecting ‘Y’piece for Twin Cylinders .pressure fill 200 or 300bar. Whisfle Warning Unit nominally set at50bar. are also available. Recheck as stated on pages 10 or 12.g. Askfordetails Whistle Adjustment Whistle Adjustment Slacken lock-nut (1) To increase whistle setting turn adjusting nut (2) clockwise.0kg less cylinder are available from 6L to 12L .See Order List Page 22. . PASO/i PASO/IT_ PASON Push-In M45 x 3 Thread 40mm Thread Dimerisiori-.~nd Ibmnnd Valve Connections. for further details contact Drager Customer Services. 200 and 300bar cylinders. tighten lock-nut. To decrease whistle setting turn adjusting n u t anCclockwise When desired setting has been reached. Effective duration (in minutes) is calculatedformoderately heavy work rates (airconsumptionapproximately 40 L /min) e. Twin 4L capacity .in steel and/or composite materials.

3). and locate valve port to pressure reducer handwheel. 5). Checkcylindervalveinletandpressure reducer threads are not damaged and sealing O-ring is in position and not damaged. With apparatus in horizontal position. towards cylinder connector on pressure reducer. * Close cylinder valve. Fig.Preparation for Use Fitting compressed air cylinder.( Fig. 2).1). to pressurise system. Adjust cylinder retaining strap by pulling it lightly to take up slack. + Observe pressure gauge. Note: Locking mechanism is automatic. this switches ‘OFF’ positive pressure mechanism (Fig.4 9 . (Fig. 4). pressure shall not drop more than 5 bar in 1 minute. AE and N) * Connect demand valve to apparatus by inserting and pressing male coupling (on demand valve hose) into female coupling on supply hose until locked. but fully. 2 Connecting demand valve to apparatus (PASOA. but check that assembly is engaged and secure. Lift complete unit into upright position and screw handwheel on pressure reducer into cylinder valve port handtight only. (Fig. 1 Fig. + Open cylinder valve slowly. Fully open cylinder support strap on backplate. Place complete unit back into horizontal position. Fig. slidecylinderthroughcylindersupport strap from top of backplate. Firmly press loose end of strap onto velcro. Fig. Where fitted hook anti-vibration strap to handwheel (Fig. pull end of strap back over cylinder. to activate camlock mechanism.3 Operation Checks High Pressure Leak Test + For positive pressure type demand valves ensure lever on demand valve is pressed towards front cover.

Whistle warning unit should sound at pre-set pressure. This could give the user the false impression that Demand Valve is correctly and fully screwed into Fig. This should be done at all times prior to assembling Demand Valve to facepiece. and tighten. Vent apparatus slowly by carefully lifting ball of hand and maintain a slow steady decrease in pressure PASON Vent apparatus slowly by gently. + Check attachment is secure by pulling demand valve away from facepiece -there should be no axial movement.. 7). + Align demand valve vertically with centre line of facepiece (Fig.Whistle Warning Unit Test PA90A and PA90AE Cover demand valve port with ball of hand and press centre of rubber cover (Fig. ensure handwheelon Demand Valve spins freely. which could result in handwheel binding with retainer. into facepiece port. de-activate dernand valve positive pressure by pressing lever towards front cover (Fig. to actrvate positive pressure. when in fact it is not. Units found to be binding should be taken out of service and advice sought from Draeger. 6). To check correct function of units in service. supplementary supply activation Facepiece port. 7 .5) Connection of demand valve to facepiece -Push-In Type A * Ensure facepiece port and O-ring on demand valve are free from dirt and damage. + Observe pressure gauge. 6 I Fig. thus impairing swivel action of handwheel. pressing centre of protective cap i e. reset whistle as per instruction on Page 6. + Push demand valve into facepiece port until it clicks into position. Connection of demand valve to facepiece . * Ifwhistledoesnotsoundat appropriate pressure. it may be possible for clearance between Demand Valve handwheet and retainer to be reduced due to contamination. * Following above check.Screw-In Type AE and N + Use thumbs to screw in handwheel until thread bites. Warning: For Lung Governed Demand Valves with threaded swivel connection.

Put facepiece on as follows: a Spread out straps. Pull down shoulder straps (Fig. Do not over tighten. Place chin into facepiece. Only adjust strap if necessary. beard. stubble. 9). 10) until apparatus feels comfortable. Fig. 10 On achieving face seal positive pressure type demand valves will activate automatically on first inhalation. Fig. leaving centre strap in position shown in (Fig. Care should be taken to ensure that no facial hair. Fasten waistbelt buckle (Fig. b Place straps over head. and secure waistbelt to hips by pulling loose ends of waistbelt away from buckle until apparatus sits securely and comfortably in place (Fig. z Tighten lower straps. Check system pressure on gauge. Correct fit of facepiece is only ensured if facepiece seal makes close contact with the skin. then upper straps.. 11 11 . Spectacle wearers will have problems achieving a complete seal. 8). 9 Fig. Breathe normally. side whiskers or similar interfere with facepiece seal.Operation Putting on apparatus Put on apparatus with shoulder straps and waistbelt fully extended. Make sure that positive pressure type demand valve is switched to positive pressure ‘OFF’ mode. and Open cylinder valve slowly but fully to pressurise system. Tuck loose ends of waistbelt through waistbelt loops. Feed loose ends of straps between waistbelt pad and straps. Fit neckstrap of facepiece over neck and attach demand valve to facepiece.1 1). by pulling them towards back of head. 8 Fig. Refer to instructions on Page 10.

Whistlewarningunit soundsoncecompressed air supply has reached W W U pressure setting. . no audible leak.e. Check function of supplementary supply by pressing centre of protective cap. Vent system by breathing normally and check that whistle warning unit sounds at correct pressure. Start escaping before whistle sounds. Continue breathing until system has fully vented facepiece should hold onto face.this indicates a positive face seal. have tested whistle warning unit before fitting facepiece to demand valve.Function Checks Check functioning of demand and exhalation valves by breathing deeply several times. whistle warning test described here may be omitted. Close cylinder valve. For those user’s who have followed the procedures as written (refer to Pages 9 and 10) r. Open cylinder valve and breathe? normally. unit should be balanced i. Hold breath.e. ATTENTION As regards escape: time required for approach is to be observed in addition to retreat time indicated by warning signal. Use Take pressure gauge readings from time to time whilst using apparatus. Continue breathing: it must be possible for expired air to flow easily out of exhalation valve.

: Connectors.e. Have not exceeded test interval C indicated on cylinder. Compressed air cylinders must be protected against impact and heat when transported or stored. If however. 5). should be carried out after use. Unfasten waistbelt by opening safety clip. cylinder is completely emptied. reset positive pressure type demand valve by pressing lever towards front cover. remove apparatus carefully. e Do not show any signs of moisture (waterdroplets) inthreadedconnection. ensure that cylinder valve is closed. Close cylinder valve. and that cylinder is in good condition. Cylinder valve outlet should be protected against ingress of dirt and moisture at all times i. It is only permissible to fill compressed air cylinders which: a Conform to National Standards in force within country of use. loosen strap. Valves. b Are stamped with test date and test mark of inspection authority. When vented.. Charging of cylinders Recharge cylinder to appropriate pressure as stamped on cylinder. b Facepiece. so as to avoid high water content of breathing air in compressed air cylinder: Compressed air cylinders must not becompletelyemptied(de-pressurised) when used with compressed air respiratory protection equipment. ( pressing centre of protective cap on demand valve. unhookanti-vibration strap (if fitted) and unscrew pressure reducer hand wheel from cylinder valve. Visual Inspection and Check Check integrity of following after use: a All straps and harness.After Use + Switch OFF 6 t + + 4 Positive pressure Remove facepiece. Note: Observe the following. Routine Maintenance To be performed whenever apparatus has been used. together with monthly tests on Page 18. lift and pull free end of cylinder retaining strap to release camlock mechanism.anti-clockwise. See also Routine Maintenance. d Do not show signs of damage or corrosion which could be a potential hazard. To remove cylinder. Removal of Cylinder Do not attempt to remove cylinder unless cylinder valve is fully closed and system has been vented. after removal from compressed air respiratory protectionequipment. Above checks and monthly checks listed on Page 18. e Cylinder supports. Loosen shoulder harness straps by lifting both buckles. .. Do not drop or throw down as serious damage could occur to apparatus. andfitprotective cap immediately after recharging cylinder. Maintain above atmospheric pressure after use.

Immersedemand regulator in cleaning fluid (Refertocleaningfluid instructions). All liquids and in particular disinfectant residues. EW80 For bath disinfection: Drlger Safety Wash lncidur Tegodor F Refer to Order List for recommended suppliers of above. Do not immerse lung governed demand valve in water.clockwise rotation. piston closed.g. 16 28089 and remove. 90 degrees) using tool Pt. Facepiece and demand valve must always be cleaned. Relocate diaphragm onto balanced piston lever (Fig. Benzene. No. Excess water may be removed by using Wipex Cloths. PASOAE a n d Note: l + PASON Should it be necessary to clean and disinfect demand valve. Note: To prevent ingress of cleaning fluid into balancedpiston valve. Activate demand valve by pressing centre of front cover to blow-out any fluid residue.14). it is important that precise attention be paid to concentration and reaction times. Moisten lip of bayonet cap (with water) prior to fitting to prevent rotation of diaphragm.12) and locate diaphragm bead into groove in demand valve body (Fig. Do not use any organic solvents such as Acetone.S)toswitchOFFpositivepressure. After cleaning ensure demand valve is thoroughly dried. Carry out function checks Page 11.1 3) -note orientation. i. Re-check position of diaphragm (Fig. We recommend the following: For cleaning: Drager Wipex Cloths Water and Liquid Soap e. internally. 6 Rotate bayonet cap anti-clockwise (approx. Demand Valves PASQA. Refer to manufacturers usage instructions. disinfected and dried after use. Fig. Re-fit bayonet cap . Switch off air supply. + Carefully remove diaphragm by unhooking its centre location from balanced piston lever (Fig. White Spirit. Trichloroethylene or similar. unless outlet port is sealed. immediately after disinfection. follow these instructions: + Remove rubber protective cover.e. Assemble rubber protective cover. unit should balanced be pressurised. PASOA and PASOAE -depress lever (Fig. must be removed by rinsing in clean running water.12 ).Cleaning Apply pressure (LP) viademand valve hose to close balanced piston. a temperature of 60 degrees Celsius shall not be exceeded.12 - Iti Fig: 13 14 . Alcohol. Dirty components must be cleaned carefully and dried thoroughly after use. When drying. Note: When using any of the above cleaning and disinfecting agents.

+ Remove mounting pin from reducer andplasticsleevetrom holeinmounting pin. follow these instructions. Page 4. Paragraph 7 Should it be necessary to remove pressure reducer and hose assembly from backplate for cleaning and : or disinfection. 4 (7A93) Align and push lower strap retaining buckles (2) through slots III base of backplate. + Reducer and Hose Assembly can now be cleaned and disinfected. with washers. remove socket head screw and washers to release pressure reducer. securing with locking nut. 4 Loosen shoulder strap (2) buckles + (PA93) Align and push inner retaining buckles through slots in top of backplate. t Apply pressure tocentre of shoulder strap locking plate and rotate 90 degrees and remove harness assembly from slot in backptate Removina Waistbell + Align and push waistbelt retaimng buckles (2) through slots in backplate. Waistbelt can only be removed or assembled one way. through mounting bracket and mounting pincross hole. follow these instructions: Note. then pin into reducer + Locate round end of mounting pin into slot in bracket and square end into plastic mounting bracket. Apply pressureto centre of waistbelt pad rotating assembly through 90 degrees and remove from slot in backplate.Refer to Important Information. No1 te’ a b fiq 1 5 PA94 Shoulder Harness and Waistbelt remain as assembly after removal from backplate.and shoulder pads using hose loops Ilr) Pressure Assembly 1. 4 Secure hoses to backplate . After cleaning dry shoulder harness and waistbelt at a temperature not exceedmg 60 degrees Celsius . (See note above). Do not immerse pressure reducer 111 water or disrnfectant solution.1 Reducer and Hose Important:. Use moisfened Wipex Cloths. + Insert socket head screw. Removing Pressure Reducer (Fig.Re-assembly of Pressure Reducer * insert plastic sleeve into hole in mounting pin. + lJrrscrew hexagon lock-nut. Shoulder Harness and Waistbelt Should it be necessary to remove shoulder harness and waistbelt from backplate for decontamination or cleaning. for Professional Harness: Removing Shoulder Harness + Loosen hose loop buckles on botll shoulder pads to free demand valve and gauge hoses.15) + Unfasten hose loop buckles on shoulder pads and backplate to release hoses.

Lift unit into upright position and screw hand wheel on pressure reducer into ‘Y’ piece port hand tight only (Fig. Connect both cylinders to ‘Y’ piece ( not tighten.12) and locate diaphragm outer bead into groove in demand valve body (Fig. Fit CEJN hose (LP Demand Valve Hose) over right shoulder strap and tie hose loop. by fitting a ‘Y’-piece connector.hook anti-vibration strap to each hand wheel. Place unit into horizontal position. Page 8 . then waistbelt to backplate (reverse of above instructions). Fig. To convert to standard (G 518 DIN 477 thread) twin-cylinder operation follow these instructions:* + + Ensure all connection threads on pressure reducer.Refitting of harness Re-fit shoulder harness. Page 22. * Remove rubber protective cover and bayonet cap. 17 16 . Fully open cylinder support strap on backplate. ‘Y’ piece and cylinder valves are free from damage and that sealing O-rings are in position and undamaged. Locate end of strap in retaining clip. 13) note orientation. Replacing diaphragm Note: Depress reset lever (Fig. and Order List. + Fit rubber protective cover. + Carry out operational and function tests. Adjust cylinder retaining strap by taking up slack.14). slidetwincylinder/‘Y’pieceassembly through cylinder support strap and locate ‘Y’ piece port to pressure reducer hand wheel. Fit pressure gauge hose over left shoulder strap.1 7). + Carefully remove diaphragm by unhooking its centre location from balanced piston lever. then activate camlock mechanism by pulling end of strapback over cylinders.5) for Type A andAE. tie hose loops and snap plastic shroud on gauge hose into securing clip. See Technical Data. Conversion to Cylinder Unit Twin- PA90 Series compressed air respiratory protection equipment can also be adapted for use as a twin-cylinder (2x4L) unit. Demand Valve Maintenance Note: Disconnect Demand Valve from apparatus before commencing disassembly. Align cylinders centrally on backplate and tighten (handtight)handwheels into each cylinder and ‘Y’ piece port .check position of diaphragm (Fig.16) . Carry out Operation and Functional Tests as described earlier. * Relocate new diaphragm onto balanced piston lever (Fig. With apparatus in horizontal position. + Refit bayonet cap .

and/or by reference to appropriate Service Manual.FAULT-CAUSE-REMEDY ] POSSIBLE CAUSE FAULT :acepiece leakage :Leak Test with apparatus I n position) 1 REMEDY I Faulty or missing sealing O-ring for Plug-In connection Fit or replace sealing O-ring Exhalation Clean and replace exhalation valve Replace as required Speech valve leakage diaphragm defective Replace as required Head straps not tight Tighten Unsatisfactory communication Speech diaphragm defective Replace as required High pressure leak Check tightness of connections Whistle continuously in operation Tighten as required Safety relief valve venting Pressure reducer defective Return to Draeger Service Demand valve vents (constant flow) Banjo O-rings worn Replace as required Balanced Replace as required piston Diaphragm incorrectly Whistle does not sound correctly fitted Setting has changed Whistle dirty Testing the apparatus The equipment should be tested as stated in the relevant Instructions for Use with apparatus listed below. 17 straps Clean and reset Check position refer to manual Clean and reset as required . Test Equipment Refer to Drager leakage required: Service Manual.

This also applies to non-used (in-storage) apparatus 0 Draeger Recommendation + COSHH Cylinder Charging Charged Pressure Check 0- 0 : Safety Pressure Test (according to National Standards) Cylinder Valve Basic Overhaul (when necessary) I ’ 3s .Maintenance and Test Intervals In addition to work outlined under ‘Routine Maintenance. (which is to be performed whenever apparatus has been used). regular testing and servicing intervals are to be complied with. in accordance with this table.

free from dust and dirt. 18 . 18). available for use on wall or bulkhead mounting e. Store set ready for use in a cool dry environment. Rubber parts are to be protected from direct sunlight.g. 19 Fig. ensure 11 that unit is held and supported by cylinder and not backplate of unit. If unit is stored. FireTender. Fold harnessstrapstogether on carrying frame.Storage Ensure that shoulder straps and waistbelt arefully extended. fold waistbelt over harness straps (Fig.

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