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BEAUTY AS A FUNCTION

When surveyed, especially women admired not only its appearance, but also HUSSECHUCK’s user friendly qualities. The circular shape encourages trust and doesn’t give the impression of an impossibly complicated industrial device

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GAS MASK

From EX version up, equipped with an exclusive optional gear, which mainly includes a respiratory gas mask, which is immediately at hand after opening the device. We offer it in three versions – the basic protects the mouth, the middle covers the mouth and nasal passages and the highest model shields the eyes from the acrid smoke as well.

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HUSSECHUCK IN, LU – MODULE A

The basic version A of electronic gear is a module which ensures an easy escape from a dark building thanks to sound and light. The controls are simply two yellow buttons on the surface of the module. It is possible to detach the rescue module from the fire extinguisher in case it has fulfilled its role and is too heavy for you to carry. The extinguisher then becomes a tool for evacuation.

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HUSSECHUK IN, LU – MODULE B

This module can have an integrated alarm, which detects movement and automatically and loudly lets everybody know it was picked up. It serves two function – firstly, when taking the HUSSECHUCK off the wall you don’t have to scream for help, and secondly, this alarm prevents the fire extinguisher from being stolen. This is a module that also comes with an inductive power charging station in two types: B1 is charged from a larger battery permanently placed in the rail on the wall, which is changed by a technician every year, and B2, which can be connected to an electrical network if the rail is built and prepared for such connection.

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HUSSECHUCK IN, LU – MODULE C

Another function of electronics in the higher gear C is an emergency light The device is linked to an electrical heavy current network and lights up in the case of a power outage. It works the same way the standard emergency light does, but it draws attention to itself on its own, so that you are able to find the fire extinguisher even in a dark room full of smoke

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HUSSECHUCK IN, LU – MODULE D

The system in version D is also linkable to an autonomous fire detector or an entire electronic fire alarm system, and in the case of smoke detection serves as a siren – a fire alarm and an emergency light, which makes finding the device very easy

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HUSSECHUCK IN, LU – MODULE E

The electronic gear of level E also provides the ability of the fire extinguisher to recognise its own state and to guide the person manipulating the device. The instructions are presented verbally, which not only helps in stress situation but also assistrs those with poor eyesight, who could have trouble reading the printed instruction. This version has a mandatory fire evacuation radio.

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HUSSECHUCK IN, LU – MODULE F

The highest level of electronic gear labeled F is the addition of a GSM module, which is able to solve the dilemma between whether to put out a fire or call the authorities for you – there is no time lost. While you are fighting the fire, the firemen are already on their way. On top of that they are getting clear information about time and location from the HUSSECHUCK. And when the device is inactive, this system also informs the systems about necessary revisions.

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The remaining space can be use for elements that, as of today, are the standard for life saving supplies. This makes it both a symbolical and a literal RESCUE POINT.

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The shield can hide an independent box securely attached to the wall, in which you can find:
• an oxygen breathing apparatus
• a first-aid medical kit
• a defibrillator

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Three devices with such qualities make it an indispensable RESCUE TRIO.

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As of now we are also preparing a connection with an in-wall integrated box, which serves as a hydrant connected to the distribution of fire extinguishing water. The HUSSECHUCK then serves as a cover for the hydrant and a marker of its location in one place.

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