Aircraft Safety and Rescue Equipment & Systems

Aircraft Safety and Rescue Equipment & Systems

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BAS TSO'd Aircraft Rear...

B.A.S TSO'd rear lap belts and harnesses are manufactured especially for B.A.S., Inc. by AM-SAFE Inc. They are available in different versions including Lap Belts Only, Fixed 3 Point Harness, Inertia 3 point Harness and Y Fixed Harness. They must be special ordered due to the many lengths, styles, and attach fittings available. Price is indicative and per seat. It can differentiate depending on order requirements and quantities. Special Order Item. Non-cancellable/non-returnable (NCNR) once the order is placed.

Optional Accessories available at additional cost. They can be ordered only as part of a respective order of a B.A.S  Shoulder Harness/Lap Belt System:

BAS Padded Neck Cuffs. Available in Black, Tan, and Grey Colors.

BAS Seat Belt Protector Sheaths. Made from hard plastic to help protect lap belts.


BRS Aerospace has first invented the first Whole Aircraft Rescue Parachute System (WARPS) in 1980 currently being installed on more than 35,000 aircraft. Today the company offers a wide range of WARPS suitable as retrofits to Cessna series 172 and Cessna 182, as standard installations on Cirrus SR20 and SR22 models but also for installations on LSA and experimental aircraft. A small solid-fuel rocket is used to pull the parachute out from its housing and deploy the canopy fully within seconds. Typically on ultralight installations the rocket is mounted on the parachute container. On larger aircraft installations the rocket may be remotely mounted. The current version, BRS-6. has a separate rocket installation that can be removed from the parachute so that the parachute can be sent for re-packing without the problems of trying to ship the rocket along with it. Typically the parachute requires repacking every six years and the rocket requires replacing every 12 years.


MAGNUM aircraft rescue ballistic parachute systems are manufactured by STRATOS 07 S.R.O with knowledge and long experience in the construction of system components including rocket motors. They include different series produced for many years (like 450, 450 Speed, 501, 601) & newer certificated rescue systems like Magnum 1201 & 1401 for heavier aircraft and higher deployment speeds. They are intended for use in hang-gliding, paragliding, powered hang-gliding, powered paragliding,  unpowered and powered gliders,  gyroplanes as well as a wide range of two- and multi-seat airplanes and helicopters, including Light Sport, Experimental and Ultralights with a maximum 3,960 pounds gross weight, and deployment speeds of up to 199 MPH. Magnum Ballistic Parachutes come in sofpacks or canisters. Rescue systems packed in the softpack are usually installed inside of the aircraft. Rescue systems packed in a duralminium container are installed mostly outside of the aircraft.

Please refer to tables of specifications and notes below for the selection of a right rescue system.


The max take-off weight of the aircraft MUST NOT EXCEED the max allowable load of the rescue system.

If the aircraft Vne exceeds the max limiting speed for the rescue system deployment, mounting of the system should be done so that the pilot is informed of this speed.

MAGNUM ballistic parachute systems  are packaged in two parcels (one containing the parachute and the second containing the rocket). Because of the rocket, Haz-Mat shipping is required.

Appearing prices of MAGNUM rescue systems DO NOT INCLUDE cords between parachute and fuselage which are SOLD SEPARATELY. During the order, the length of activating cord from parachute to fuselage must be indicated. Other parts and accessories are also available at additional cost.

BAS TSO'd Inertia Reel 4...

B.A.S Inertia Reel 4 Point Shoulder Harness/Lap Belt System is designed and STC'd as a retrofit assembly to replace current aircraft seatbelts. The inertia reel shoulder harness system can be installed in the 2 forward seating positions of the aircraft. The shoulder harness system consists of an inertia reel mounted to the aircraft cabin roof above and behind each seat, a "Y" shaped shoulder harness, a lap belt with mating buckle and associated bracketry and hardware to attach the system to the aircraft. Each kit comes complete with all mounting hardware, installation instructions, and STC for both Pilot and Co Pilot shoulder harness seatbelt systems. Suitable for Cessna 170, 170A, and 200 Series, Piper Models PA28, 32, & 34, Beech Bonanza 33, 35 & 36, Baron & Travel Air models 95, 55, 56 & 58 and other aircraft.