500 GALLON LOX TRAILER

The 500 Gallon LOX Trailer is a mobile liquid oxygen storage tank assembly.  Designed for the transport and storage of LOX at airbases and military installations, the 500 Gallon LOX Trailer provides a logistics solution for flight line LOX requirements.

The 500 Gallon LOX Trailer can be used with all Essex LOX Converters, BMOS, BMOS-FS, MMOS, NPTLOX, PTLOX and 50 Gallon LOX Carts.

A 500 Gallon LIN Trailer for the transport and storage of liquid nitrogen is also available.

Both 500 Gallon Trailers are qualified to Air Force PD13WRGRVEA05 and tested to MIL-STD-810.

Click here to watch a 500 Gallon LOX Trailer video.

EPOS Smoke Hood

EMERGENCY PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM (EPOS)


The EPOS (Emergency Passenger Oxygen System) is a lightweight, self-contained protective breathing device, or smoke hood, for use in emergency egress and escape situations.   The unit takes just seconds to don and provides 360° visibility while supplying aviation grade oxygen to the wearer for up to 60 minutes. The EPOS smoke hood is designed to protect a user’s respiratory system, head and vision from fire, toxic fumes and hazardous chemical spills.

In the early 1990s, the U.S. Air Force initiated a feasibility study to determine if a commercially available product would meet their requirements for passenger smoke and fume protection in military aircraft emergencies.  They selected the Essex Emergency Passenger Oxygen System smoke hood, which has become standard equipment aboard USAF passenger-carrying aircraft and as well as many other air forces around the world.

The U.S. Air Force utilizes the EPOS smoke hood for trained individuals in military aircraft emergencies such as decompression, fire, evacuation, rescue, smoke-filled cabins, toxic fumes or hazardous cargo spills.

The EPOS smoke hood utilizes compressed aviation grade oxygen and CO2 scrubbers to furnish up to 60 minutes of oxygen for someone at rest.  The patented hood provides 360° visibility and dons in less than 15 seconds.

The one-size-fits-all design of the Emergency Passenger Oxygen System simply slips over the head.  There is no mouthpiece or nose clip to impede communication and the smoke hood allows for corrective or protective eyewear with no restrictions.

At only 2 lbs., the Essex EPOS is the lightest and most comfortable smoke hood available.  The EPOS has a maintenance-free 10-1/2 year life span.

MOUNTED MEDICAL OXYGEN SYSTEM (MMOS)

MOUNTED MEDICAL OXYGEN SYSTEM (MMOS)

The Mounted Medical Oxygen System (MMOS) is a low pressure, portable 4.0 liter liquid oxygen storage and gaseous delivery system, capable of supplying up to 3440 gaseous liters of oxygen at a maximum flow rate of 30 liters per minute at 50 psig.  Two built-in flow control valves deliver oxygen to a patient at flow rates from 0.5 to 15 liters per minute.  Two accessory ports can supply 50 psi of oxygen to other medical devices or to oxygen regulators for additional patients.  The MMOS has been successfully tested to work in tandem with commonly used ventilators.  Weighing just 35 pounds when full, the MMOS is easily carried by ground support personnel and can also be mounted in an aircraft, helicopter or ground vehicle.  The MMOS requires no external power and uses just one 9-Volt battery for the quantity indicator.  The system has been tested to MIL-STD-810 and has FDA Life Support device 510(k) number K113767.

ECAT Contract Number SPE2D1-16-D-0007.

The BMOS-FS Hose Kit connects the MMOS to the BMOS-FS for refilling.

BACKPACK MEDICAL OXYGEN SYSTEM (BMOS)

BACKPACK MEDICAL OXYGEN SYSTEM (BMOS)

The Backpack Medical Oxygen System (BMOS) is a low pressure, portable 2.0 liter liquid oxygen storage and gaseous delivery system, capable of supplying up to 1720 gaseous liters of oxygen at a maximum flow rate of 15 liters per minute at 50 psig.  A built-in flow control valve delivers oxygen to a single patient at flow rates from 0.5 to 15 liters per minute.  A secondary accessory port can supply 50 psi of oxygen to other medical devices or to an oxygen regulator for a second patient.  The BMOS has been successfully tested to work in tandem with commonly used ventilators.  Weighing just 19 pounds when full, the BMOS can be carried or worn by parachutists and ground support personnel.  The BMOS requires no external power and uses just six AA-batteries for the quantity indicator.  The system has been tested to MIL-STD-810.

ECAT Contract Number SPE2D1-16-D-0007.

Click here to watch the BMOS and MMOS Instructional Video on Inspection, Filling, Draining and Purging.