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Description
    The MK-46 SV is an integrated Life preserver/Survival vest system which incorporates an inflatable life preserver with a modular survival vest. A mesh vest provides a platform for the integration of the life preserver, equipment pockets, holster, hoisting/lifting becket and aircrew restraint harness. The MK-46 SV? includes equipment pockets specifically designed to carry essential survival accessories such as Radio, HEED, Flare, etc. The equipment pockets and holster are installed via combination of lacing and velcro fasteners permitting easy removal of any accessory.

    The flotation system consists of a unique dual chamber flotation cell, providing 52 pound buoyancy, and is yoke style which will ensure that an unconscious aviator will float head up out of the water and will also self-right a survivor after inflation. Inflation is activated with a manual inflation system, utilizing 25 gram CO2 cylinders on each bladder. Backup oral inflation is provided on each cell. The life preserver is also attached via a combination of lacing and Velcro fasteners permitting easy removal.

    The flotation bladders are encased in a durable Nomex® fire resistant outer shell, which is attached to the survival vest via lacing system, permitting easy removal & replacement.

Features:
    Lifting Becket - The Lifting Becket is designed to enable the crew man to be hoisted or lifted from the load bearing suspension point. The Lifting Becket is integrated into the survival vest and the leg strap system, when worn it encircles the users chest. Note: Either the leg straps or the chest strap will totally support the weight of a suspended crewman.
Aircrew Safety Restraint Harness - The loop located on the rear of the vest enables the modular survival vest to be utilized as an aircrew safety harness when used in conjunction with an optional Tether safety strap. The crewman attaches one end of the restraint straps to the loop located on the back of the harness, and the other end to a hard point in the aircraft. The length of the strap is then adjusted to allow the crewman to perform his duties as winch operator, door gunner, or load master.
     Equipment Pockets - The standard equipment pocket configuration consists of four large pockets and two small pockets. The small pocket is specifically designed to accommodate emergency oxygen (HEED) bottle. The location and variation of the pocket installation is up to the user.
     Survival Vest - The standard survival vest configuration consists of Front and Rear mesh platforms, providing for the integration of the life preserver, equipment pockets, and lifting becket.
Bladder System - consists of a dual chamber flotation bladder. Each independant chamber is fitted with a CO2 gas inflation system and oral inflation tube. The flotation bladders are encased in a durable Nomex® fire resistant outer shell, which is attached to the survival vest via lacing system, permitting easy removal & replacement.
Performance:
    The MK-46 SV life preserver will right the subject to face up position in less than 5 seconds and provides freeboard mouth clearance and torso positioning. Each independent cell provides 27 pound buoyancy for 52 pounds total.