Aerox® Demonstrates FAA TSO Approved Aviation Oxygen Masks at
SUN 'n FUN International Fly-In & Expo.
Limington, ME., & Lakeland, FL., April 1, 2014 - Aerox® Aviation Oxygen Systems will once again showcase the latest in aviation oxygen products and technologies during the 40th Annual SUN 'n FUN International Fly-In & Expo held at the Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in Lakeland, Florida April 1-6, 2014.
Aerox will be located near the main entrance in Hangar A – Booth # 098 (A-098).
As the originator of high-duration oxygen systems, Aerox continues to lead the industry in research and development of new products and innovative systems that deliver the performance, durability and comfort demanded by aviators around the world. From oxygen system accessories and retrofit solutions to cannulas and portable oxygen systems, pilots and passengers around the world have depended on Aerox products to keep them healthy, alert and safe in the air.
Aerox is (one of) the only U.S. manufacturers to offer a complete line of FAA Approved TSO-C103 continuous flow oxygen masks such as the 4110-711 and 4110-712 series and FAA TSO-C78A and TSO-C89A approved, quick donning, diluter-demand style oxygen masks (4110-725).
Diluter-demand masks from Aerox only flow oxygen when a user inhales (or demands it) and also allows outside air to be mixed with the flow of oxygen. Operated in this way, Aerox diluter-demand masks can safely and effectively reduce the amount of oxygen used in flight, allowing the supply of oxygen to last longer.
The Aerox Quick Donning Diluter/Demand (4110-725) Series mask is intended to be used by crew and passengers in the general aviation industry up to an altitude of 40,000 feet MSL.
Key features of the Aerox 4110-725 aviation masks include:
- Inflatable Quick Comfort head harness provides maximum comfort and fast donning.
- Soft silicon rubber for excellent face seal capabilities.
- Built in electret microphone.
- Lightweight and durable carbon-fiber construction.
- FAA Approved to meet TSO-C78A (flow rate) and TSO-C89A requirements.
- Customized to fit most aircraft and portable system outlets.
- Available carbon fiber storage cup.
FAA TSO’s Explained.
Established by the Federal Aviation Administration, a TSO (Technical Standing Order) “is a minimum performance standard for specified materials, parts, and appliances used on civil aircraft. When authorized to manufacture a material, part, or appliances to a TSO standard, this is referred to as TSO authorization. Receiving a TSO authorization is both design and production approval.”
About Aerox® Oxygen Systems, Inc.
Aerox® Oxygen Systems, Inc. designs and builds innovative, high-duration oxygen systems made specifically for the aviation industry. Since 1981, pilots and passengers around the world have depended on Aerox O2 viation masks, cannulas, cylinder tanks, portable oxygen and emergency oxygen systems to keep them healthy, alert and safe in the air.
For more information about any of products or to learn more about our custom system design capabilities, please visit www.aerox.com, call 1-800-237-6902 or email Aerox@aerox.com
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