Part# 13-12678
MFR Model# P01074-101C


The XF-35 is the world's lightest weight twin-cell vest in the aviation market today, only 1.13 lbs. (513 grams). The XF-35 offers significant fuel savings to operators wishing to stay with the added security of a twin-cell vest. 5 year frequency of inspection standard.
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  • Inflatable Cell
  • Inflator
  • Harness
  • Harness Pull Tab
  • CO2 Inflation System
  • Oral Inflation System
  • Light
  • Light Battery


  • Inflated Buoyancy: 35 lbs. (150 Newtons) minimum
  • Inflated Volume: 970 cu. in. (16 liters) minimum
  • Approvals: USA FAA TSO-C13f; German LBA Approval No. 40.321/33; United Kingdom CAA Approval No. AR01445
  • Category of Preserver: Adult/Child Combination
  • Weight of wearer: 35 lbs. (15.91kg) and above
  • Inflatable Buoyancy Cells: 2 Independent Cells
  • Material: Urethane Coated Nylon, Flame Retardant
  • Construction: RF Heat Sealed Seams
  • Inflation System:Manual CO2 Inflator and an Oral Inflation Tube in each Buoyancy Cell.
  • Color: Passenger Yellow or Crew Molten Orange
  • Temperature: Functional Range: -40 to 140 oF (-40 to 60 oC)
  • Storage Range: 0 to 120 oF (-17.8 to 48.9 oC)
  • Humidity: Functional Range: Up to 95% Relative Humidity; Storage Range: Up to 70% Relative Humidity
  • Altitude: -2000 to 45,000 feet above sea level
  • CO2 Gas Charge: 2 x 0.035 lbs. (2 x 16 grams)
  • Survivor Locator Light: Water-activated. TSO-C85 Approved.
  • Service Life: Indefinite if unit continues to pass periodic maintenance inspection.
  • Frequency of Inspection: Every 60 months for P01074-1XX Assys. in Standard Polybag, Vinyl Bag, or PSU Pouch packs; Ten (10) year frequency available in special Extended Shelf Life packaging.
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Courtney G
February 3, 2019


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Q: Do you have a regulatory reference for Crew Vests need to be Red and Passenger Vests Yellow?

This is part of regulation under TSO C13f 4.1.15 Color. The color of the life preserver must be an approved international orange-yellow or similar high visibility color. The color of the flight crew life preservers may be an approved red-orange or similar high visibility contrasting color.

Q: I own a single-engine airplane and would like to wear these vests while overflying water out of gliding range of land (uninflated unless the aircraft has to be ditched). Can these vests be used in this manner or do they require re-inspection once their pouches are opened?

Per Vendor: Once its open it requires re-inspection.

Q: I checked the attached document for exact package size for this life vest, however they list 2 different size packages for two different styles of packages. Which package do you sell? ESL or Standard Polybag

These are packaged in the standard polybag packaging.

Q: Does the life vest come with a 8130?

No, this vest does not come with an 8130 form.

Q: Does the EAM XF-35 life vest have a whistle?

No, it does not.

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