bailout bottle

bailout bottle

[′bāl‚au̇t ′bäd·əl]
(aerospace engineering)
A personal supply of oxygen usually contained in a cylinder under pressure and utilized when the individual has left the central oxygen system, as in a parachute jump.

bailout bottle

A personal supply of oxygen usually contained in a cylinder under pressure and utilized when the individual has left the central oxygen system as in a parachute jump.
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Airborne Systems' SOLR 3000 bailout bottle is lightweight, leak-proof, and easily maintained for optimal performance offering over 60 per cent more oxygen capacity than Airborne Systems' PHAOS120 cubic inch bottle.
I attempted to get at the lanyard to the lift raft but with my left hand, all I could reach was the D-ring for the bailout bottle so I forgot about that too.
Emergency bailout bottles when provided, shall be connected prior to takeoff.