If you fly near water you need the Agama!
- Rapidly inflates
- Simple installation
- No aerodynamic resistance
- Perfectly balanced positioning in the water
- Pilot remains in the position on the back with the head above the water surface even when loosing consciousness – proven by practical tests
- Total weight of the system 650 g.
- Displacement of 300 N was calculated for a load of 200 kg on the water
|Developed especially for the rescue of the paramotor when landing on the water. Material was developed and tested for both fresh water and salt water.
Can be used repeatedly, simple replacement of the cartouche and trigger pins.
The trigger mechanism used in the design was supplied by a well known prestigious supplier.
Several types, they differentiate by the attachment points for various types of paramotors. Simple assembly on the assembled paramotor.
Small packaged size, the pilot does not notice it as a burden or aerodynamic resistance. Perfectly balanced positioning in the water.
Pilot remains in the position on the back with the head above the water surface. Total weight of the system 650 g. Displacement of 300 N was calculated for a load of 200 kg in the water. Perfect for those who like to fly near water
1. Open the Velcro on the right bottom side of AGAMA rescue system.
2. Screw in the CO2 cartridge.
3. Close carefully the Velcro around the automatics.
4. Now your AGAMA rescue system ready to installation to paramotor.
Yellow trigger sensor Co2 Sensor
1. Attach the AGAMA rescue system to the paramotor between the seat and the frame of the paramotor so that the bead will be on the right side down.
We recommend placing the manual activation inside the unit so that it can not be pulled by accident during flight.
2. The entire inside border has loops designed for attaching the paramotor.
The fixation points will be where the AGAMA rescue system touches the solid frame parts of the paramotor.
These points must be selected in such a manner as to prevent any upwards movement of the rescue system after it is inflated.
3. Once you choose the fixation point, thread the belt through the loop and fix it to the frame.
In this manner, attach at least 4 fixation belts. The fixation points should be distributed symmetrically.
4. Consider placing the manual inflation inside the AGAMA to prevent accidental deployment
5. Carry out a test for the correct attachment as follows: lift up the paramotor while holding the AGAMA rescue system on its upper part.
The system must not move upwards and the paramotor must not be released.
||Water rescue system is inflated within 3 seconds from the first contact with water.
Do not inflate orally except when testing out of water.
Use one 60 g CO2 gas cylinder.
||Operated by the pilot‘s hand, within easy reach.
Only activate if rescue system is deflated. Use one 60 g CO2 gas cylinder.
Pull orange toggle to inflate.
Remove oral inflation tube cap. Insert nipple into valve and hold it there.
Apply gently pressure to corpus and deflate.
Replace cap after deflation.
Wash after use in fresh warm water using a mild detergent only.
Do not machine wash, dry clean, or use stain removers.
The system will not work until it is fully inflated.
Use only one 60g CO2 gas cylinder.
Do not partially inflate orally and then use CO2 cylinder.
Before every use inspect your gas inflation rescue system.
In case of a severe drop or signs of deterioration contact your local approved service station.
Store in a dry place.