3M Scott ELSA-Sprint-15-B Escape Sets


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  • 10 Minute Positive Pressure Escape Set
  • Maximum level of respiratory protection
  • Available in hooded and facemask versions
  • High performance reducer
  • Maintainable by trained personnel, low through life costs
  • Low training requirement
  • Automatic activation
  • Steel or composite shell options

Part of the 3M Scott ELSA (Emergency Life Support Apparatus) range, the ELSA Sprint positive pressure escape breathing apparatus is designed to be simple to use and robust, conforming to European Standard EN 402:2003 and is available as a soft hooded or full face variant, as well as a standard and anti-static variants. The ELSA Sprint is a positive pressure escape set, providing air on demand for situations where the escape route may require a lot of physical exertion or where the maximum levels of protection are required.

Lightweight 3M Scott Promask positive pressure facemask approved to EN 136:1998 Class 3. Moulded in non-dermatitic materials and fitted with an optically clear, impact resistant polycarbonate
visor. Anti-scratch coating, speech diaphragm and side mounted, quickfit demand valve connection are standard. Supplied with head harness. The high visibility cuboid hood incorporates an optically clear visor for all round vision. An elastometric neck seal allows donning over spectacles, long or facial hair. A small orinasal mask controls the rebreathed CO2.

Compact, automatic positive pressure, first breath activated demand valve. The servo-assisted mechanism provides dynamic and flow performance characteristics. Quick-fit coupling to mask or hood connection with secondary locking catch. The ELSA Sprint carrying bag is in black anti-static material or a high visibility carrying bag is available in flame retardant/chemical splash resistant material. The system is activated by opening the bag or manually turning the activation valve.

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