The Air-Pak 75 has been the leading SCBA used by first responders and municipal and industrial firefighters since its introduction in 2007. The key reasons for its success are:
Redundancy of Safety Features – giving firefighters confidence in their life saving equipment and allowing them to focus on the critical job at hand.
Ease of Use – provides firefighters a simple-to-use and easy-to-understand SCBA that requires minimal training, increases operational efficiencies and reduces training costs.
Low Cost of Ownership – lower costs after initial sale through its rugged design, assembly and warranty policy enable the department to direct valuable funding to training and other PPE rather than on maintenance costs.
In order to meet the 2013 edition of the NFPA 1981 and 1982 standards, the following changes were required: (1) a new AV-3000 HT facepiece, (2) a new PASS device equipped with the universal PASS sound (required by NFPA 1982, 2013 edition) and (3) the new 33% End-of-Service Time Indicator (EoSTI) along with a gauge that reflects the EoSTI markings.