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                  Daeger Self Contained Breathing Apparatus

                  Daeger Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
                  Daeger Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
                  Product Code : TE-PPE-4567
                  Brand Name : Drager
                  Product Description
                  Manufacturers of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus.
                  Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (called SCBA for short) is respiratory protective device apparatus to prevent a user from inhaling the oxygen deficient air, contaminated particulate, toxic gas and vapors or potentially harmful gases in the plant, mine, the fire site, the vessel, the tunnel, and etc.The apparatus has been widely used in such fields as fire fighting, rescue operation, escape guidance at fire station, for prevention of disaster, at steel works, chemical plant, nuclear facilities, hotels, and vessels, etc. The apparatus can be used even if in the oxygen deficiency or unknown the contaminants and toxic gases.
                  Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus has the air breathing apparatus and oxygen breathing apparatus.
                  The cylinders have a capacity of 30minutes or 45 minutes .Brands available are Draeger,Scott  etc 
                  Trade Information
                  • Main Export Market(s)
                  • Asia, Middle East, Africa
                  • Main Domestic Market
                  • All India
                  • Certifications
                  • ISI approved

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                  TAHERI ENTERPRISES
                  Office No. 5, Second Floor, 23 Varaya House, Yusuf Meherally Road, Mumbai - 400003, Maharashtra, India
                  Phone :+917259614772
                  Fax :91-22-23421679
                  Mr. Idris Zoeb Ghadiali (Proprietor)
                  Mobile :+917259614772

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