Should you be feeling a bit tired, sluggish or just in need of an energy boost, visit the Aerox Aviation Oxygen Systems Booth Number 2130 in Exhibit Hangar B, for a quick refresher and learn about the benefits of supplemental oxygen for flight.
Aerox Portable Oxygen Systems can be put together to meet individual requirements and are ideal for pilots that frequently rent or use aircraft that are not equipped with built-in oxygen systems, according to company officials.
The Aerox PrO2-2, PrO2-4 and PrO2-6 Personal Emergency Oxygen Systems are designed to deliver oxygen based on a cabin pressure of 25,000 feet and will flow oxygen at a predetermined rate from 17 to 60 minutes depending on system configuration to allow descent to a safe altitude where you can breathe normally under the conditions. The larger systems can be designed for two users.
Aerox also offers a complete line of FAA-PMA cylinder assemblies available as direct replacements for most aircraft.