3M|Scott AIR-PAK SERVICE AND REPAIR Mobile or In-house Service Available
Mobile Air-Pak Service Team on location.
Does your department have SCBA policies, procedures and processes that meet NFPA 1852? This is the standard on Selection, Care and Maintenance of Open-Circuit Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus. These are our standards, and while your jurisdiction may not have formally adopted NFPA 1852, or any of the other NFPA standards, those standards will be used to evaluate the actions of your department and its personnel during a LODD investigation or lawsuit.
JFS has a full service testing, repair and maintenance facility. Our factory trained and certified technicians can inspect and flow test your Air-Paks with our PosiChek3 using Scott Safety SCBA manufacturer provided software to keep you compliant and ready. We have both mobile and in-house service to meet your Air-Paks flow test requirements.
In addition to Air-Pak flow testing, maintenance and repair we offer SCBA fit testing. Tight-fitting respiratory protection devices must fit properly in order to provide proper protection. The fit testing process ensures that the user has the proper size, make or model of mask. This process is required for both positive and negative pressure devices, is mandatory every 2 years and is recommended annually. Organizations can choose to rent a fit-testing machine or have fit-testing done on-site by one of our specialists. We are capable of testing both Scott and MSA equipment.
To schedule service for your equipment you can contact Scott Storch, our Air-Pak service technician. He can be reached at608-575-5379oremail him.
More than ever before, fire department leaders must ensure that their department maintains accurate and detailed documentation that complies with applicable laws, rules, standards and regulations. You have more detailed regulatory requirements and an increased emphasis on firefighter safety. Jefferson Fire & Safety is here to help you meet those requirements.