Precise Flight, Inc., an Oregon-based supplier of advanced technology to the aviation industry, is remarketing an in-flight oxygen supply system for pilots. Called the X3 Demand Conserver, the system will be displayed at next month’s EAA AirVenture Oshkosh exposition in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
The device can be used on any portable system and is also certified for use on Cirrus, Mooney and Cessna Corvalis aircraft. “We are pleased to again be actively marketing the X3 Demand Conservator, as interest in this advanced technology delivery system is surging,” says Joe Wanko, vice president of Sales and Marketing.
By delivering oxygen only when the pilot needs it the device triples the duration compared to those equipped with non-demand oxygen supply systems, adds Wanko. “Continuous flow oxygen systems are not only less efficient but can also promote irritation of the pilot’s nasal passages. Our X3 Demand Conserver delivers a fully mechanized, efficient oxygen flow in line with the pilot’s actual needs.”
According to Precise Flight, sales of their oxygen system have benefited from increased media attention in recent months. “We expect the upcoming gathering at EAA Oshkosh 2015 to help us get the word out to even more aviators and aircraft technicians,” says Wanko.