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SALES / DISTRIBUTION > EASTERN AERO MARINE (EAM) > RAFT, AVIATION, CLASSIC > EAM RAFT T9

PRODUCTS > EASTERN AERO MARINE (EAM) > RAFT, AVIATION, CLASSIC > EAM RAFT T9

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Approvals

USA: FAA TSO-C70a

  • For Air Taxi, Corporate and General Aviation
  • Single Tube
  • Compact, lightweight. Constructed of neoprene coated nylon.
  • High tech inflation system.
  • Competitively priced.
Rated Capacity: 9
Overload Capacity: 13

 

Raft Specifications
T9 Life Raft
Capacity Rated: 2 Persons
Overload: 3 Persons
Approval FAA TSO-C70a, Type II
Color Raft: Yellow
Carrying case: Yellow
Canopy: Orange
Diameter Raft Tube 8.6" (21.8 cm)
Inflated Volume: @ 1.50 psig Total: 5.45 ft.3 (0.154 m3)
Tube Volume Per Person: @ rated capacity Total: 2.73 ft.3 (0.08 m3)
Total Tube Buoyancy 340 lbs. (145.09 kg)
Buoyancy Per Person: @ rated capacity 170 lbs. (77.05 kg)
Total Deck Area 7.9 ft.2 (0.74 m2)
Deck Area Per Person: @ rated capacity 4.0 ft.2 (0.37 m2)
Tube Operating Pressure 2.0 psig (0.138 bar)
Pressure Relief Valves Open: 3.0 psig (0.207 bar)
Close: 2.0 psig (0.138 bar)
Tube Burst Pressure Over +10 psig (+0.69 bar)
Inflation System Cylinder Size: 32.5 in.3 (532.6 cm3)
Cylinder Type: DOT 3AA-2100
Charge Weights: CO2: 2.01 0.03 lbs. (.911 0.01 kg)
Environmental Limits
Temperature Functional Range: -40 to 130 oF (-40.0 to 54.4 oC)
Storage Range: -65 to 160 oF (-54 to 71 oC)
Humidity Up to 95% relative humidity
Altitude -2000 to 45,000 ft. above sea level
Service Life Indefinite if raft continues to pass periodic maintenance inspection
Frequency Of Inspection Every 12 months, recommended. See Testing and Fault Isolation.

 

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  •  Flotation tube, compartmentalized into two chambers by vertical bulkheads, fabric deck attached to tube structure
  • Combination life line assists in boarding
  • Lanyard-activated rafts
  • Manually-operated carbon dioxide (CO2) inflation system
  • Manually-operated hand pump, secured to the boarding station - Full inflation/topping off of the flotation chambers as required
  • Each of the two compartmentalized chambers is maintained to equal pressure by individual pressure relief valves
  • Raft instruction manual tied to the boarding handle
  • Canopy/survival kit stowed in accessory case attached by line to raft life line
  • Door opening with roll up door cover and rainwater collector
  • Sides may be raised or lowered
  • Non-Transport Series rafts have Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 135 survival equipment, radar reflector is an integral part of the canopy
  • Rafts with survival equipment under FAR Part 121 rules do not require, and thus do not have a radar reflector unless ordered as special option