3M™ Scott™ offers a complete assortment of compressed breathing air cylinders, including our lightest 5500 psig cylinder, to meet the needs and demands of all SCBA users.
Over the years, compressed breathing air cylinders have been providing SCBA users with a supply of fresh air. The original cylinders were made of steel and quite heavy. Today, advances in technology have enabled cylinders to become much lighter and less burdensome to the SCBA wearer. 3M Scott offers a complete assortment of compressed breathing air cylinders, including our lightest 5500 psig cylinder, to meet the needs and demands of all SCBA users – aluminum cylinders for infrequently used SCBA to carbon-wrapped cylinders for daily use. Our lightest 5500 psig cylinder offers a reduction in weight and profile, while the 30-year cylinder (available only in the United States) provides an extended life option. 3M Scott offers cylinders in 30 min, 45 min, 60 min and 75 min duration.
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