Six uses for aircraft cabin equipment valises
Safe and secure stowage of SEP equipment in the cabin
Aircraft cabin emergency equipment is often stowed in manufactured valise's that fit the required number of items and are also screen printed or stitched to allow the cabin crew to readily recognise their contents. The valise's are then stowed in overhead bins and 'dog boxes' for easy access by the crew as and when required.
Common requirements for aircraft cabin equipment valise include:
- Valise for the stowage of Infant extension belt
- POCA mask stowage and oxygen mask valise
- Life cot/Infant Life Vest valise
- Valise stowage of equipment for the crew Passenger Safety Demo Kit
- Valise for cabin Fire gloves
- First Aid Kit (FAK) valise
Aviation safety equipment supplier Cabin Crew Safety offers a fully customisable supply of custom equipment stowage valises, with custom dimensions, fitings and logos/language variations.
The equipment valise's can be supplied with an EASA Form 1 airworthiness approval tag where required.
First published by Cabin Crew Safety Ltd | 2016-03-08
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