5Regulator Air supply connection By-pass valve Clip connection to face pieceButton for positive pressure supply.
6Integrated PASS Connected to harness Manual alarm button Alarm reset Remote air supply gaugeLighted area during alarm activation.
7Face piece & Regulator Assembled regulator connects with a ¼ turn If wearing the mask, by-pass valve pointed up, place into slot on face piece then turn a ¼ turn counter-clockwise.
8Activating the Air-Pak 4.5 Open the turn valve on the cylinderIf air bleeds out of the regulator:Press the positive pressure supply button, orTurn the by-pass valve off of purge.
9Turning off the Integrated PASS Turn the cylinder completely off;Open the by-pass valve until all residual pressure is bled off;Depress the reset alarm button twice quickly;The pack will chirp and make a distinct sound to signify the PASS is deactivated.
10Changing a Cylinder Turn the cylinder off; Completely bleed the remaining air by opening the by-pass valve;Unscrew the cylinder from the harness;Unlock the cylinder strap;Depress the cylinder release button;Slide the cylinder to be changed out;
11Changing a CylinderSlide a full cylinder back through the cylinder strap until it clicks in;Screw the cylinder on;Secure the cylinder strap;Open the cylinder and assure that the remote gauge reading is within 100 psi of the cylinder psi reading.
12Weekly Inspection Inspect SCBA for cleanliness; Inspect Harness for wear;Ensure the cylinder gauge reads above 4200 psi;Completely open the cylinder;Allow SCBA to remain motionless;PASS device should activate within 45 seconds;
13Weekly InspectionConfirm SCBA hoses and cylinder connection has no leaks;Open and close by-pass valve to ensure operation;Close cylinder;Bleed off residual pressure by slowly opening by-pass valve;
14Weekly Inspection Observe remote gauge as pressure drops; Warning alarm should activate between 900 and 100 psi;Ensure straps are extended;Store SCBA in proper place with regulator in holder.