Cobham's emergency oxygen systems (EOS), for fighter and
tiltrotor aircraft, combine Cobham's expertise in oxygen systems
with an understanding of harsh environments and the need for
reliability. When the primary oxygen system fails or the
pilot ejects from the aircraft, Cobham's emergency oxygen systems
are the source for sustaining uninterrupted oxygen flow.
A typical Cobham emergency oxygen system starts with a high
pressure gaseous source, connected to a Cobham-supplied regulator
or reducer which then connects into the downstream oxygen
equipment. The EOS can be manually or automatically actuated
depending on system requirements.
With broad oxygen systems capability, Cobham can offer a more
comprehensive solution for emergency oxygen applications.