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Dubai Airshow: When being on the slide helps you survive

Posted 19 November 2013 · Add Comment

EAM is displaying its aircraft survival equipment, including an evacuation slide specific to the Airbus A320 family. “The inflatable slide assembly features radiant heat-resistant fabric, a compressed gas cylinder and valve inflation assembly,” said Manny Gato, director of sales.

“The slide series is also equipped with new features, such as new generation white LED lights to ensure visibility during day or night use. All our slides are designed to provide safe, rapid and reliable means for deplaning in case of emergency.”
The company has facilities in Miami and Dubai Its other division is Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions.

“EAM RFID was created in 2009 to engineer an RFID-integrated system for manufacturing, shipping and tracking our products worldwide,” explained Gato. “For example, all our vests and rafts have a chip inserted into them, which allows us to scan them to check if they are out-of-date. We have the ability to scan a B777 in four minutes.”


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