Now here is something that the military will find interesting – the O2PAK, a tiny, non-pressurized emergency chemical oxygen generator that hails from Combat Critical Care Corp. which was specially designed for military, ESAR/CSAR and humanitarian operations. Basically, the O2PAK will tip the scales at approximately three pounds while fitting in a pack without batting and eyelid. There is no need to maintain it, and neither do you need to mix or fill it up later, although if it has not been used for the better part of 4 years, you would do well to discard it away considering that is the length of its shelf life.
Even better news is the lack of need for any maintenance whatsoever for this one-time use military pack. The O2PAK will be able to produce solid-state chemical oxygen, doing away with potential associated risks of explosion, and needs no electricity while going at it. Touted to produce oxygen for 22 minutes at the very minimum, and it is even operable at up to 40,000? altitude. Fret not about it spontaneously combusting like a Fisker Karma, as it has been subjected to a battery of medical, ballistic, blast and fire tests, passing them with flying colors.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Rapid Equipping Force gets Mobile 3D Printers to produce equipment on-the-go, Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) approved by the US Navy,