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Supplied-air hood Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
CHECK: Clean and intact Securely connected Breathing-air quality Know how to use Functional check (if required) …put on the hood
Put the waistband (with the regulator) around your waist Place the regulator so you can see it (even with the hood on) Make sure the large control knob is within easy reach Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group …put on the hood
Connect the hood to the regulator Push the hose into the connector until it clicks into place Pull on the hose a few times to make sure it is secured Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group …put on the hood >>click<< Connect the supply hose to the regulator Push the hose connector onto the nipple until it clicks Pull on the hose a few times to make sure it is secured >>click<<
Hood too loose or too tight? Reach inside the hood Turn the knob at the back of the head Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group …put on the hood
Hood too high or too low? Reach inside the hood Undo the lugs in the sliding headband Fit the lugs into more suitable holes Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group …put on the hood
Tighten the neck strap Undo the clip and pull the strap It should feel snug but not choking Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group …put on the hood
Adjust the airflow with the knob on the regulator 150–240 litres/minute For your safety, air flow cannot be turned off Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group …put on the hood
RULE NUMBER ONE: Leave the work area with the hood still on! Contaminated air may linger for a long time, even after you stop working. Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group …take off the hood
Unbuckle the neck strap Grab the top of the hood with both hands and pull firmly upward and forward Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group …take off the hood
…do a functional check Make sure the hood and air supply are connected to the regulator Air should be flowing into the hood Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
…do a functional check Turn the regulator down to minimum. Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
…do a functional check Place hood into test bag Seal off the bag around the hose Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
…do a functional check With the other hand, hold flow tube up vertically Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
…do a functional check Floating ball should be on or above the lowest line 150 l/min Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
…do a functional check If the floating ball is not on or above the line, shake it a few times and make sure the tube is completely vertical Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
…do a functional check If functional check is unsuccessful, call supervisor Do not use the hood Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
…undo the hose connectors Push hose connectors further together Draw back locking cuff Pull apart Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
…clean the hood Normal cleaning: Mild detergent Warm water Soft cloth or sponge Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
…clean the hood Heavy cleaning: Use white spirits or similar de-greasing agent Then wash away solvent with warm soapy water Copyright © 2013 by The S.E.A. Group
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