HOW TO FOLD THE E2 AIRBAG SYSTEM
To fold the Alpride E2 airbag, refer to the following video.
HOW TO INSTALL ALPRIDE E2 IN THE BACKPACK
HOW TO FOLD THE E1 AIRBAG SYSTEM
To fold the Alpride E1 airbag, refer to the following video.
HOW TO TRAVEL WITH E2 and E1 SYSTEM
There are no restrictions for travelling with Alpride E2 and E1 airbag systems.
The Alpride E2 and E1 airbag systems are electricals airbags systems and are powered with 2 x AA battery (visible under the battery cover).
The Alpride E2 and E1 system have:
No LI-Po or Li-ion Batteries
No Cylinders under pressure / cartridges of compressed gas
No components classified under Dangerous Good Regulations
By switching OFF the system, there are no risks to be accidentally activated.
The E2 and E1 airbag systems are fitted with pressure relief valves.”
Print the pdf below in order to travel with E2 airbag system.
Print the pdf below in order to travel with E1 airbag system.
HOW TO TRAVEL
WITH 1.0 AND 2.0 AIRBAG SYSTEM
Here below are the IATA Table 2.3.A and the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for C02 and Argon.
For details traveling information, check the links below:
With the IATA table 2.3.A., the Alpride device, thanks to its standard cartridges, can be consider as an "Avalanche rescue backpack" and/or a "self inflating safety device", like life-vest, motorbike airbag or equestrian airbag. In both cases you can travel with your Alpride Airbag and cartridges (you need the approval of the operator), considering the Alpride airbag as a safety device.
Here are a few suggestions to help you: