MSA M1 Twin Pack

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The M1 SCBA Twin Pack assembly enables the combination of two compressed air cylinders (each 6.8l) without the need to rely on a standard T-Piece connector. First responders in special missions where ‘more air’ is required will need to rely on a source for extended air.

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Key Features:

  • Innovative design relies on high quality stainless steel air piping manifold
  • Air cylinders are not connected by a T-Piece One single valve to open/close both cylinders
  • Air piping manifold enables ease of handling and transport
  • Safety feature Excess Flow Valve comes standard on both air cylinders
  • alphaCLICK II quick coupling connector facilitates connection to the SCBA as well as speeds up refilling
  • Ability to combine with several M1 SCBA configurations and maintain a weight of less than 18 kg
  • Entanglement protection available by purchasing a special cylinders cover to protect against surface scratches

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