Aviation life collar ASV-6
Aviation life collar ASV-6 is an individual survival means of the flying personnel and is intended to keep the air crew member afloat after emergency escape from aircraft. Features: The collar design provides its compatibility with belt seat system, attached parachute systems, life outfit and equipment of the flying personnel. It doesn't hinder the pilot from official duty performance and provides safety during parachute jump. The pilots can climb on life raft or lifeboat without any assistance.
The collar has a buoyancy bladder with two non-communicating sections filled with carbon-dioxide from the cylinders. Gas supplying system starts operating manually or automatically after pilot falling into water. The pilot also can inflate the buoyancy bladder orally through the special valves. ACB-6 provides pilot steady position afloat "face up" with his head lifted up above water surface.
Positive buoyancy after inflation of the floats - 245N (25 kgs).
Lite belt can operate within range of temperatures from -30°C to +50°C.
Provides lifting the pilot with equipment weighing 1 177 N (120 kgs) maximum.
Color: The bladders are signal (orange)-colored in unfolded form.
Materials: polyurethane-coated capron fabrics, flame-retardant fabric, capron ribbons, metallic and plastic details, metallic accessories.
Weight: 1.3 kg.
Life service: 5 years.