Your support will allow us to mass produce a fire-safety device that has the power to save many lives. With your support, we can focus on scaling production so that Saver is available to you and the millions of people who have never before had a product that can prevent smoke inhalation, the number one cause of fire fatalities. Together, we can raise awareness to the risks associated with homes fires and prevent future fire tragedies from occurring. Join us, and let's create a safer home for the people we love. So why should you support us?
Be prepared - be the first to get one! Stay alert - breathe clean air in the event of a fire. Escape safely - have peace-of-mind knowing you and your loved ones are safe.
The Saver Emergency Breath System is a personal life-saving device designed to mobilize an individual in the event of a fire and help one escape safely. Saver filters chemical substances and removes carbon monoxide and toxic gases for up to 5 minutes. The Saver is compact and simple to use and can be activated within 5 seconds. Does Not Include: Flashlight with built-in alarm. The Saver Emergency Breath System is designed with a triple filter system in order to protect the users respiratory tract from toxic gases.
The absorbent triple filter consists of a pre-filter for smoke and dust, a Hopcalite filter for carbon monoxide and a third processing -filter for the removal of secondhand toxic smoke and materials. A nose grip is included to block incoming harmful gases entering through the nostrils. Saver is compact and simple to use and can be activated within 5 seconds. Includes: 2 Saver Devices, 1 Flashlight, 1 Pouch. The flashlight has a built-in alarm to notify others, such as family or first responders on scene, of a users location.
At Safety iQ, our goal is to better inform the public to the dangers of residential fires and provide a solution by offering our latest fire evacuation device that can prevent smoke inhalation and better mobilize an individual in the event of a fire in order to escape safely. 80% of fire-related deaths are attributed to suffocation by toxic gas and smoke, rather than burns from the fire itself.
After the first 5 minutes of a fire, it is much more difficult for a firefighter to enter a building due to its rapid spread. An individuals possibility of survival decreases 7%-10% every minute he or she is trapped in a fire. After 10 minutes, ones survival rate is just 5%. Statistics show that in the U.
More than 2,600 people die in home fires thats one person every 169 minutes and 13,350 are injured. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC also reports that fire departments responded to 384,000 home fires. This equates to a fire department responding to a fire every 20 seconds, and once a minute, a fire occurs in a building structure, says the National Fire Protection Association. In Canada, on average, eight people die in fires each week, with residential fires accounting for 73% of these fatalities, according to Fire Prevention Canada.This amounts to hundreds of people falling victim to residential fires in Canada every year. Cooking and lit cigarettes are the most frequent cause of residential fires, and more than one-third (37%) of residential-fire deaths in the U. Occur in homes without smoke alarms, reports the CDC. Home is where people should feel the safest, yet home is where the majority of fires occur. It is crucial to take those extra steps to protect you and your family by outfitting your home with the latest technology in fire-protection equipment and evacuation procedures. Fire is deadly, but its not just the heat that can kill. While superheated gases can burn the skin and the respiratory tract if breathed in, its smoke that is the No. 1 cause of fire-related deaths. Studies show that the majority of fire victims die from smoke inhalation or toxic gases and not from actual burns. A smouldering fire can go undetected for hours, especially if the fire breaks out while residents are asleep. Often times smoke incapacitates so quickly and individuals cannot make it to an otherwise accessible exit. In addition to producing smoke, fire can also incapacitate or kill by reducing oxygen levels, either by consuming the oxygen, or by displacing it with other deadly gases. Smoke carries poisons such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen cyanide and irritants such as formaldehyde and acetic acid. Research over three decades has shown that house fires in modern homes are even more deadly. The synthetic materials commonplace in todays newer homes produce even more dangerous substances when ignited, especially those emitted from plastics and foams, such as oxides of nitrogen, sulphur dioxide and ammonia. These agents can have a lethal effect before a sleeping individual is disturbed. Super-heated air and gases rise quickly and produce what is known as a "hot" fire.
At such high temperatures, unconsciousness and death can occur within minutes. Bedrooms located on the upper floors are frequently subjected to these conditions in the advanced stages of a fire.
In todays newer homes, just as the rate at which a fire can grow has increased, the window of time needed to escape safely has shrunk. In fact, the time needed to escape home fires has been reduced from approximately 17 minutes to as little as 3 minutes. This is considerably shorter than the 7-minute response time target for firefighters. This disparity can mean the difference between life and death. The item "Safety iQ -Saver Emergency Breath System Fire Safety Breathing System 4PACK" is in sale since Sunday, January 29, 2017.
This item is in the category "Firma i Przemys\Medycyna i laboratoria\Medycyna ratunkowa\Pozostae". The seller is "wujek222009" and is located in Mielec. This item can be shipped worldwide.