The company's Air-Pak 75 (pictured) and Air-Pak NxG7 models exceed the requirements set forth in NFPA 1981 Standard on Open-Circuit Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) for Fire and Emergency Services 2007 Edition, according to the manufacturer. The new models offer top-down convertibility, EZ-Flo regulator, HUD-integrated electronics, a variety of cylinder options and CBRN approval. Both models provide on-board data-logging of the most current 2,000 events, including pass activation, low battery indication and PASS alarms.

Scott Health & Safety, Monroe, N.C.
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