EAM-T12

eam-raft

APPROVALS

USA: FAA TSO-C70a, Type I
Australia: CAA CAO 103.15
Germany: LBA 40.320

- For commercial airlines and Air Cargo use.
- Twin tube.
- Compact, lightweight. Constructed of neoprene coated nylon.
- High tech inflation system.
- Competitively priced.

PART NUMBER: R0297AXXX

SPECIFICATIONS

Capacity

Rated: | Overload: 18 Persons

Approval

USA: FAA TSO-C70a, Type I
Australia: CAA CAO 103.15
Germany: LBA 40.320


Color Tube: Yellow Canopy: Fluorescent Orange Carrying Case: Yellow
Diameter Raft Tube 12.7" (32.3cm)
Inflated Volume: @ 1.50 psig

Tube 1: 24.4 ft³ (0.691 m³)
Tube 2: 24.4 ft³ (0.691 m³)
Total: 48.8 ft³ (1.38 m³)

Tube Volume Per Person: @ rated capacity 4.07 ft³ (0.115 m³)
Total Tube Buoyancy 3045 lbs. (1381 kg)
Buoyancy Per Person: @ rated capacity 254 lbs. (115 kg)
Total Deck Area 43.2 ft² (4.01 m²)
Deck Area Per Person: @ rated capacity 3.6 ft² (0.33 m²)
Tube Operating Pressure

Nominal: 2.0 psig (0.14 bar)

Pressure Relief Valves

Open: 2.5 - 3.0 psig (0.17 - 0.21 bar)
Close: 2.0 psig (0.14 bar)

Tube Burst Pressure Over 6 psig (0.4 bar)
Inflation System

R0297A1XX
Cylinder Size: 205 in³ (3360 cm³)
Cylinder Type: DOT-3AA2100
Charge Weights: N₂ : 0.18 to 0.20 lbs. (0.082 to 0.091 kg)
Charge Weights: CO₂ : 4.32 to 4.35 lbs. (1.96 to 1.97 kg)

R0297A3XX
Cylinder Size: 144 in³
Cylinder Type: DOT-SP 9894-4500, TC-3 HWM 310
Charge Pressure: 4500 psig
Charge Weights: CO₂ : 1.27 to 1.31 lbs (0.576 to 0.594 kg)
Charge Weights: N₂ : 1.25 to 1.30 lbs (0.567 to 0.590 kg)

Environmental Limits
Temperature
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

R0297A1XX:
12 months from in-service date or 24 months from date of manufacture for first maintenance inspection, every 12 months for subsequent inspections

R0297A3XX:
36 months from last compressed gas cylinder hydro test date for first maintenance inspection, every 36 months for subsequent inspections