The CO2 cartridge in an auto-inflating personal flotation device must be replaced when it has been punctured. This happens when it automatically inflates after the wearer goes into...
The CO2 cylinder in an inflatable lifejacket should be replaced after each use, and should be checked every two months for punctures.
Jul 24, 2013 ... I often get asked if regular care and maintenance is necessary for inflatable PFDs
. ... and that a fully charged CO2 cylinder is in place and properly secured. ...
usage, however it is recommended that they be replaced annually.
blowing it up orally, or with a CO2 gas cylinder, while some models also offer an
... Inflatable PFDs put a responsibility on the wearer of the device to know what to
... automatic inflating devices only) are easily replaced by following the ...
Aug 9, 2011 ... The inflatable PFD can be inflated either manually by jerking a ... has an unused
33 gram CO2 cylinder attached to .... Be sure to replace CO2.
Mar 6, 2013 ... When you purchase an inflatable Personal Flotation Device (PFD), you're ... a pin
that punctures the CO2 cylinder and inflates your PFD. Inspect the pill to make
sure it's still intact and replace the pill if it looks compromised.
www.marlin-australia.com.au/Marlin Inflatables Annual Self Inspection.pdf
inflatable PFD you are advised to contact one of our accredited service centres ....
Warning: When replacing with a new CO2 cylinder the new cylinder should be ...
PFDs, especially the inherently buoyant ones (i.e., not inflatable), are often
tossed ... A couple of replacement pins and CO2 cartridges later, and we were
back in ...
weight it should be replaced ... Your inflatable lifejacket should be serviced
according to the ... inflation mechanism and CO2 cylinder are checked and in
If the new vest won't hold air, return it to us for a replacement. ... at the beginning
of the boating season, you should inflate the PFD and go over the CO2 cylinder, ...