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oxygen mask

[′äk·sə·jən ‚mask]
(engineering)
A mask that covers the nose and mouth and is used to administer oxygen.

oxygen mask

A mask that covers the mouth, nose, and lower face. It is used in inhaling oxygen from a tank or a bottle or through the oxygen-supply system of an aircraft and in allowing the expired gas to escape. See oronsol oxygen mask.
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I also told him the emergency oxygen was pulled, and the OBOGS was secured, but the AV AIR HOT light still was on.
We now pay closer attention to preflighting our emergency oxygen supply in our seat pans.
1) Pilots do not receive ACES-II ejection seat hands-on training requiring you to pull the emergency oxygen bottle "green ring," disconnect from the aircraft supply, and physically experience what pressure the bottle will provide.
The A350 Door Trainer will include a variety of custom features including a single row of economy seats with emergency oxygen mask deployment and passenger service unit, flight attendant seat and functional touchscreen forward attendant panel (FAP).
Through the Indonesian Red Cross, we can reach out to the worst-affected communities by providing safe houses, ambulances, medical teams, emergency oxygen, and 30 thousand face masks," Australian Ambassador to Indonesia Paul Grigson said as quoted by the Australian Embassy here on its official website on Wednesday.
After failing to use the electric oxygen concentrator, the doctor asked the crew if they can use the emergency oxygen tank in the plane but they were told that it can only be used during inflight emergencies.
Resuscitating a kitten with emergency oxygen after a fire, that kind of thing.
It can now offer a viable solution to its customers, which will make the administration of emergency oxygen simple, safe and more accessible in the education and work environment, concluded Floyd Larkin, president/CEO and founder of Stop Heart Attack.
I quickly put on my mask and pulled the emergency oxygen green ring.
In 2011, the flight deck of an EgyptAir plane caught fire after a short circuit in the crew's emergency oxygen unit while on the ground at Cairo airport.

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