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Backcountry Access Float Cylinder - Full. Delivered full, this Backcountry Access Float Cylinder is a critical accessory for your Float avalanche air bag system, delivering the 2700psi that inflates your lifesaving airbag. Comes with Consumer Refill Kit. Shipped full unless requested empty by dealer. Sold separately for 2014/15. DOT, TC, and TUV certified. BCA has a rapidly expanding network of convenient Float refill and cylinder exchange centers. Note: a $30 hazardous materials shipping charge will be added at checkout for shipping pressurized canister. Weight: 1.4 pounds / 22.4 ounces / 635 grams (Full), 1.25 pounds/ 20 ounces / 567 grams (empty) Aluminum compressed air cylinder. Should be filled to 2700 psi. Fill with compressed air only
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
Increase your safety margin in the backcountry with the Backcountry Access Float Cylinder. This essential component of the Backcountry Access Float Air Bags is used to inflate the airbag. It is compatible with all BCA Float packs. The canister is refillable using compressed air and can be charged at many outdoor shops in North America as well as scuba and paintball supply shops.
- Altrec Outdoors
Features of the Backcountry Access Float Compressed Air Cyliner 290 ml aluminum compressed air cylinder Weight: 1.25 pounds / 567 grams (Empty) DOT, TC, and TUV certified Comes with consumer refill kit (5 o-rings, allen key, vaccum grease, and toothpick) for refilling Refillable at any of BCA's 165 certified refill locations. Only compatible with Float Airbag Systems
Backcountry Access Avalanche Safety Float Cylinder C1313FLA23000. BCA encourages practicing the deployment of your airbag at least once per year. Once you have discharged your compressed air cylinder it can be re-filled at any certified re-filler including dive shops.
You can't predict the future, but you can be prepared when you head into the backcountry with a little help from the Backcountry Access Float Cylinder. Even though your airbag-equipped BCA backpack may already have a charged cylinder ready to go, it's always a good to have a backup ... you know, just in case you accidentally set it off while demonstrating your benign intentions to an adamant border agent. List of refill stations can be found on the Backcountry Access webpage.