Dräger RPS 3500
The Dräger RPS 3500 is accommodated in a completely padded and particularly hard-wearing system bag. This ensures the protection of the air cylinder against impact. The multifunctional shoulder strap provides high wearing comfort.
The advantages of the well-proven PSS® systems are also evident for the PAS pneumatics used for the Dräger RPS 3500. Combining a warning whistle and a precision pressure gauge, offering a particularly compact and robust design. The Y-piece provides for simultaneous connection of lung demand valves and / or PSS Rescue Hoods. The especially compact pressure reducer, which is connected directly to the air cylinder, is a standard.
The Dräger RPS 3500 allows the connection of 300 bar CFK cylinders with a capacity of 6 to 9.0 litres.
The reinforced base of the Dräger RPS 3500 means it is robust enough to withstand the toughest of operational conditions.
The medium pressure couplings of the Y piece are easy to operate even under pressure. During operation, this allows attachment or detachment of a second connection without difficulty. For strain relief, the carabiner can be fixed to the wearer.
Optionally, the RPS 3500 Rescue Pack System allows the use of the Dräger PSS® Rescue Hood. This is especially useful for people in danger who are not already wearing full face masks.
Apart from the system components, other useful accessories can be accommodated in the holdall. The long compartment at the top opens quickly and easily so that accessories, such as the rescue hood or a carrying sheet, are always within reach.
Product Information: RPS 3500 (PDF)
The Dräger RPS 3500 Rescue Pack System is designed for use by rapid intervention teams, allowing fire fighters to supply air to trapped colleagues or members of the public in hazardous atmospheres.
Handbook: An Introduction to Personal Protection Technology
IFU RPS 3500 3356852 en
These instructions for use are provided for informational purposes only. Please always read and comply with the instructions for use delivered with the product.