Portable & Emergency Oxygen Systems

FPI’s oxygen systems are available in a variety of styles to meet most military and commercial applications. Each one is manufactured and tested in accordance with stringent military specifications regardless of purpose. Designed to provide years of trouble free service with proper maintenance, today they can be found worldwide in military surveillance and transport aircraft, ejection seats, sport aviation and man-mounted systems.

Portable Systems

These systems provide a regulated oxygen supply in a self-contained, portable design.

FPI P/N 6028

Manufactured I/A/W MS22061-1 and MIL-O-23678
Panel mount design CRU-72 automatic pressure
   breathing diluter demand regulator
Integrated pressure gauge and flow indicator
Air/Oxygen mixture up to 32,000 ft –
  100% Oxygen delivery at 32,000 ft
96 cubic inch cylinder with seamless
  steel construction per MS26545
  (194 liters @1800 PSI)
Mil-PRF-9439 On/Off valve
3 foot mask-to-regular hose assembly with clip
  per MS22055A36
Carrier Assembly with strap
Demand-only regulator version also available
  (FPI P/N 6190)
Requires diluter demand mask (not included)

FPI P/N 1520

Factory New diluter demand A12-A regulator
  per MIL-R-6018
Inlet manifold with pressure gauge and fill valve
“Blinker” style flow indicator
For altitudes to 32,000 ft
96 cubic inch cylinder with seamless steel
  construction per MS26545 (194 liters @1800 PSI)
Mil-PRF-9439 On/Off valve
3 foot mask-to-regular hose assembly with clip
  per MS22055A36
Carrier Assembly with strap
Economical alternative to model 6028
Requires diluter demand mask (not included)
Also available with A14 pressure breathing diluter
  demand regulator (FPI P/N 1250) for altitudes up
  to 45,000 ft.

FPI P/N 6145

Manufactured I/A/W MS22059-1 and MIL-O-23678
Panel mount design CRU-72 automatic pressure
  breathing diluter demand regulator
Integrated pressure gauge and flow indicator
Air/Oxygen mixture up to 32,000 ft –
  100% Oxygen delivery at 32,000 ft
295 cubic inch wire wound cylinder with
  seamless steel construction per MS26545
  (597 liters @1800 PSI)
Mil-PRF-9439 On/Off valve
3 foot mask-to-regular hose assembly with clip
  per MS22055A36
Reinforced carrier assembly with strap
Requires diluter demand mask (not included)

Bail-out or Emergency Systems

Designed for man-mounted or ejection seat life support for use in emergencies, commercial skydiving, or HALO applications, these systems provide constant flow delivery of oxygen metered through a precision flow controller.

MS22069 series

Systems manufactured to this specification are typically used in military applications. Featuring a valve and hose assembly manufactured to M7560 standards, these units are “single use and overhaul”. Activation is accomplished by pulling a cable which shears a meticulously machined nipple to initiate oxygen flow. Units must be overhauled and charged prior to reuse. Systems are shipped fully charged and hazmat restrictions apply.

Features:
22 cubic inch steel cylinder per MS26545
Constant flow
Capacity - 52 liters @ 2100 PSI.
Weight approximately 2.5 lbs charged
Pressure gauge
Pull cable activation with safety mechanism
Precision flow controller
Silicone hose with M7560/1-20 connector
  (mates with AN6009 type, CRU-60/P, MC-3A)

Available configurations:

FPI Part #
Military Std.
Cable Length (in)
Hose Length (in)
4269
MS22069-4
16.25
24
4270
MS22069-31
16.25
28
4125
MS22069-32
6.0
28

 

Commercial Series

These bail-out systems are designed with commercial applications in mind. Featuring the same precision flow controller and cylinder construction found in the MS22069 series, the pull cable mechanism has been replaced by an on/off rotary knob. Units can be recharged after use via integrated MS22066-3 fill port.

FPI P/N 6010

Single 22 cubic inch bottle design
24” silicone hose with M7560/1-20 connector
Weight approximately 2.3 lbs fully charged

FPI P/N 6075

Dual 22 cubic inch bottles with single manifold design
24” silicone hose with M7560/1-20 connector
Weight approximately 4.5 lbs fully charged

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