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Part# 13-16562
MFR Model# R0101A104


Each product is manufactured with the highest quality craftsmanship and are proudly FAA-TSO approved. In addition, EAM is proud to offer customizable raft packaging to meet any clients specifications. When deployed and in the water, the raft may be boarded on either side.

Survival items are contained in a kit tied to the raft.

Select raft models include a raft canopy, located inside the accessories case, which features two (2) roll-up doors and a rain water collector in the top of the roof panel. The VIP and SAM Series life rafts have auto self-erecting canopies, which have two (2) doors which can be sealed closed with Velcro. Also, the VIP and SAM series canopies are affixed to the life raft with Velcro so if needed the canopy can be removed and reinstalled.

USA: FAA TSO-C70a, Type II
Germany: LBA No. 40.320/12
Japan: JCAB No. 535
  • For Air Taxi, Corporate and General Aviation
  • Single Tube
  • Compact, lightweight. Constructed of neoprene coated nylon.
  • High tech inflation system.
  • Competitively priced.
  • MFG No.: R0101A104<
  • Canopy: Standard
  • Retaining/Mooring Line: 20
  • Survival Kit: FAR 121 Special
  • Rated Capacity: 4
  • Dimensions (LxWxH)/Wt.: 22x13x5/36 lbs

Overload Capacity: 6

Carrying Case: Soft Valise


  • Flotation tube, compartmentalized into two chambers by vertical bulkheads, fabric deck attached to tube structure
  • Combination life line assists in boarding
  • Lanyard-activated rafts
  • Manually-operated carbon dioxide (CO2) inflation system
  • Manually-operated hand pump, secured to the boarding station
  • Full inflation/topping off of the flotation chambers as required
  • Each of the two compartmentalized chambers is maintained to equal pressure by individual pressure relief valves
  • Raft instruction manual tied to the boarding handle
  • Canopy/survival kit stowed in accessory case attached by line to raft life line
  • Door opening with roll up door cover and rainwater collector
  • Sides may be raised or lowered
  • Non-Transport Series rafts have Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 135 survival equipment, radar reflector is an integral part of the canopy
  • Rafts with survival equipment under FAR Part 121 rules do not require, and thus do not have a radar reflector unless ordered as special option


Capacity Rated: 4 Persons
Overload: 6 Persons
Approval USA: FAA TSO-C70a, Type II
Germany: LBA No. 40.320/7
Japan: JCAB No. 535
Color Raft: Yellow
Carrying case: Yellow
Canopy: Orange
Diameter Raft Tube 12.4" (31.5 cm)
Inflated Volume: @ 1.50 psig Total: 14.12 ft.3 (0.4 m3)
Tube Volume Per Person: @ rated capacity Total: 4.07 ft.3 (0.12 m3)
Total Tube Buoyancy 881 lbs. (399.62 kg)
Buoyancy Per Person: @ rated capacity 20 lbs. (99.8 kg)
Total Deck Area 14.7 ft.2 (1.37 m2)
Deck Area Per Person: @ rated capacity 3.7 ft.2 (0.34 m2)
Tube Operating Pressure 2.0 psig (0.138 bar)
Pressure Relief Valves Open: 3.0 psig (0.207 bar)
Close: 2.0 psig (0.137 bar)
Tube Burst Pressure Over +10 psig (+0.69 bar)
Inflation System Cylinder Size: 82 in.3 (1.34 cm3)
Cylinder Type: DOT 3AA-2100
Charge Weights: CO2 : 2.01 0.03 lbs. (.911 0.01 kg)
Environmental Limits
Temperature Functional Range: -40 to 130 F (-40.0 to 54.4 C)
Storage Range: -65 to 160 F (-54 to 71 C)
Humidity Up to 95% relative humidity
Altitude -2000 to 45,000 ft. above sea level
Service Life Indefinite if raft continues to pass periodic maintenance inspection
Frequency Of Inspection Every 12 months, recommended.

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