BESTO Raid 180N Fire Retardant Lifejacket

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The BESTO 180N Fire Retardant Lifejacket is ideal for welding and grinding with a strong Panotex PA12 aluminsed outer skin. A robust working life-jacket that is very durable, easy to clean. For use on the open sea. Includes crotch harness.



The Flame Retardent Besto 180N Lifejacket is constructed with safety in mind. Featuring a tough Panotex PA12 aluminum coating which makes this working life jacket suitable for heavy-duty, industrial applications — such as welding and grinding. The specifically-designed aluminised skin ensures that this lifejacket does not take damage when you are wearing it during this type of work. The life-jacket is suitable to be worn with medium-weight work clothing.

Besto Flame Retardent 180N Key Features & Equipment Benefits:

  • Flame Retardant Panotex PA12 Aluminised skin
  • Ideal to be worn during industrial applications where welding or grinding work takes place
  • The safety harness is constructed with a Stainless steel D-ring
  • Automatic Inflation System
  • Strong smooth synthetic outer skin, dirt-repellent and easy to wipe clean
  • Adjustable crotch strap, for the lifejacket to sit better on the torso — enchancing safety perfomance
  • The air chamber is entirely independent, and protected by the lifejacket's outer shell.
  • An edge binding goes around the lifejacket bladder for a perfect finish on the work lifejacket
  • Bright yellow air chamber with retro-reflecting tapes
  • Regular Raider Style jacket in Fire Retardant version
  • All Weather Cartridge
  • Colour: Silver

Lifejacket Technical Information:

  • Buoyancy: 180 Newtons
  • 38g CO2 Cylinder
  • Size: Universal - 40+Kg 

Approved by International Standards / Certifications:

  • ISO 12402-3; 190N.
  • Maritiime PPE Standards:
  • EN 396 / EN ISO 12402-3: 150N Life Jackets - "Have a buoyancy of no less than 150 Newtons for the average adult. This level is intended for general application or for use with foul weather clothing".



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gtin 8711497625318
Price £114.72
Brands BESTO
Lifejacket Buoyancy 180 Newtons


Key Features

  • For use in extreme weather

  • Fire retardant Panotex PA12 material

  • Automatic or manual control

  • Safety belt according to ISO 12402-3

  • Stainless steel closures

  • Stainless steel D-ring

  • With crotch harness

  • CO2: 38 g cylinder

  • Buoyancy 190N

  • Complies with MED 2014/90/EU as amended


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