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AVI SURVIVAL RAFT 4 PERSON NON-TSO WITH CANOPY ONLY

$2189.00/Each
Part# 13-23587
MFR Model# 1400B-3

Overview

NON TSO Life Rafts

Private Aviation & Marine Non-Approved Life Rafts

  • Lightest and smallest package on the market today, designed for private pilots and pleasure boaters.
  • Comprised of buoyancy tube, deck, life lines, CO2 inflation system, boarding handles, retaining line, hand pump, bailing bucket, sea anchor, and valise.
  • Lightest weight and most compact - easy to carry, stow away, and maneuver in any emergency situation.
  • Soft-pack valise made of practically indestructible nylon with secure Velcro closures.
  • Constructed of heavy-duty FAA approved neoprene coated nylon fabric.
  • Optional highly visible orange canopy to aid in search and rescue operations.
  • Contains aluminum cylinders and valves eliminating corrosion and greatly reducing the weight.
  • High-tech CO2 automatic inflation system.
  • Optional survival kits are available to meet individual requirements.
  • 5-year warranty on parts and labor, built to last a lifetime with proper care.
Required Raft Compartment Size = Add 1-2 to all around life raft dimensions. Raft required weight +/- 2lbs.

Features

  • Buoyancy Tube
  • Deck
  • CO2 Inflation System
  • Canopy
  • Canopy Mast
  • Valise
  • Boarding Handles
  • Retaining Line
  • Hand Pump
  • Bailing Bucket
  • Sea Anchor
  • Lifelines

Specifications

  • Pack Size 6" x 13" x 14"
  • Weight 15 lbs

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