5 Regulator Air supply connection By-pass valve Clip connection to face pieceButton for positive pressure supply.
6 Integrated PASS Connected to harness Manual alarm button Alarm reset Remote air supply gaugeLighted area during alarm activation.
7 Face 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.
8 Activating 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.
9 Turning 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.
10 Changing 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;
11 Changing 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.
12 Weekly 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;
13 Weekly 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;
14 Weekly 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.