Winslow FAA/TSO (Part 91-121 / Part 135) Liferafts
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Technical Standard Order Guidlines for a TSO'd Liferaft
Call Randy at (251) 639-9354 for liferaft specifics and features.
Note: The first number on the Winslow liferafts indicates the normal placement of persons in the liferaft. The secondary number is the overload capacity. For instance, a 46 is a 4 person liferaft with a 6 person overload capacity.
When determining which liferaft is required for your aircraft, you should first determine how many seat-belted positions you have in your aircraft (latrine included). If you have 8 seat-belted positions, you must carry, at minimum, a 812 liferaft.
Listed below are two types of liferafts, the FASA and the FAUL. The FASA is more for warmer area fliers and the FAUL adds a heavy-duty tri-arch canopy support tube and a 12DF double insulated floor for added support and hypothermia protection for the colder water areas.
For ELT installation, Winslow Liferaft Company offers a tri-frequency (121.5, 243.0 406 MHz) ELT w/Voice that is mounted on the canopy suppot tube (see bottom of page).
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