Sat, Nov 11, 2006
Aerox To Supply Inflight O2 System
Aero-News has learned Diamond Aircraft will offer factory
installed oxygen systems on the DA42 Twin Star, from Aerox Aviation
"It seems reasonable that an airplane as advanced as the DA42
requires an oxygen system that allows our customers to realize it's
full capabilities without the need for additional equipment," said
Diamond President Peter Maurer. "We are very excited to partner
with Aerox to offer the best quality product from the true industry
leaders in aviation oxygen systems."
The adjustable-flow system will provide easy access to outlets
at all four stations for maximum safety, convenience and comfort.
The 50 cubic foot composite cylinder will provide up to 10 hours of
oxygen supply for all four occupants at 18.000 feet using Aerox
Oxysaver cannulas, and is easily adapted to masks if preferred or
Panel mounted contents guage and on/off control allow simple
operation and management from the cockpit. The entire system weighs
under 20 pounds... and will cost $17,552 installed.
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