systems range from passenger and crew masks to portable oxygen to fully integrated systems. Our passenger service units span generations of aircraft, including the newest platforms such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A350XWB.
The OXYJUMP NG system’s breakthrough technology enhances mission capabilities with a longer gliding distance, improves jumper safety, is easy to use and contains significant size and weight advantages over legacy systems.
Oxygen supply systems
Existing oxygen supply systems are limited in extended high-altitude operations, restricting the effectiveness and reach of parachute missions.
Utilising Collins’ oxygen pulse technology – already certified by one NATO country – the OXYJUMP NG system provides customers with a smaller, lighter weight solution which automatically adjusts oxygen levels to enable longer mission profiles.
“The OXYJUMP NG system gives allied armed forces the stealth, readiness and safety necessary to complete the most complex jumps on earth,” said Brad Haselhorst, vice president and general manager of Military, Safety and Cargo Systems at Collins Aerospace. “The OXYJUMP NG system not only keeps up with the evolving nature of combat jumps, but it’s ready for use today.”
Ergonomically designed mask
Designed for comfort and ease of use, the OXYJUMP NG system operates automatically and includes an ergonomically designed mask to comfortably and securely fit against the face, giving users peace of mind and keeping them focused on their most critical tasks.
Collins’ oxygen systems range from passenger and crew masks to portable oxygen to fully integrated systems.
Their OXYMOSS and Ground Test Equipment offer mission flexibility, optimised performance and durability to support high altitude jump missions. Their OXYCREW protective breathing equipment system offers maximum protection against heat and dripping plastic.
Collins’ passenger service units span generations of aircraft, including the newest platforms such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A350XWB.
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