Mullion Hi-Rise 275 SOLAS Lifejacket Regular - Ultrafit
Hi Rise 275N SOLAS Ultrafit - Regular Lifejacket. Horseshoe design with 275 Newton double chamber. Heavy-duty purpose / industrial application. Compatible with foul weather clothing (see Mullion Suit range here), and heavy equipment.
Hi-Rise 275 SOLAS Ultrafit - Regular
Ultrafit 275 Newton Double Chamber inflatable lifejacket - for offshore use with foul weather clothing and heavy equipment. This lifejacket comes in a horseshoe design which combines both safety and comfort to the optimum level for the wearer. With the bladder being tailoured to fit securely around your contours for a good fit whilst you're wearing it, and ensuring preformance levels in the water.
Hi-Rise 275 Regular Key Features & Equipment Benefits:
- Designed to combine optimum safety and comfort
- The shape of the bladder is tailored to the contours of the wearer — creating a snug secure fit, whilst giving supreme in-water performance
- Stylized horseshoe design with offset shoulder straps to alleviate weight and pressure stress on neck and shoulders
- The bladder has a unique hinged head pillow for optimal comfort and head support in water
- Durable waterproof fabric
- Double shoulder straps for comfort and reduction of weight to the back neck.
- Zip fastening cover
- Stainless steel interlocking belt buckles
- Adjustable waist belt
- Detachable crutch strap
- Integrated deck safety harness approved to EN ISO12401
- Reflective silver piping on front
Hi Rise 275 Bladder:
- Double chamber
- Oral inflation tube on back chamber and over pressure tube
- Relief valve on front chamber for manual inflation and deflation and also to relieve any excess
- pressure if both chambers are fired simultaneously
- SOLAS approved retro-reflective tape on bladder
- Red recovery grab strap on bladder marked “LIFT”
- 2 x Inflation systems
- Marine grade whistle
- Buddy line
Lifejacket Technical Information:
- 2 x 60g CO2 gas cylinders
- Automatic water-activated SOLAS S.O.S. light
- Buoyancy 320N
Approved by International Standards / Certifications:
- Ship's Wheel MED
- SOLAS Approved
- EN ISO 12402-2 : 2006 +A1 : 2010 for inflatable lifejackets performance level 275
- EN ISO 12401 : 2009
- Maritime PPE Standards:
- EN 399 / EN ISO 12402-2: 275N Life Jackets - "Have buoyancy of no less than 275 Newton for the average adult. This level of lifejacket is intended primarily for offshore use under extreme conditions. It is also of value to those who are wearing clothing which traps air or loads such as tool belts which may adversely affect the self-righting capacity of the lifejacket."
- IMO /SOLAS / MED - "The International Maritime Organisation governs the Convention of Safety Of Life at Sea - SOLAS. This Convention requires that SOLAS requirements are met for all life-saving equipment carried and used on board all ships on international voyages including passenger ships and cargo ships of 500 gross tonnes or more. This includes lifejackets, abandonment suits and immersion suits. Recognition that the equipment fully complies with the requirements of the MED - Marine Equipment Directive - will be denoted by a ‘Ships Steering Wheel’ mark which must be on all equipment sold to European Community Ships of 500 tons or more in size."
- SOLAS Lifejackets - "All lifejackets must be of double chamber design with 2 automatic inflation systems as well as be fitted with a SOLAS approved light and buddy line for optimum safety."
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|Lifejacket Buoyancy||275 Newtons|
Designed to combine optimum safety and comfort
The shape of the bladder is tailored to the contours of the wearer to create a snug secure fit whilst giving supreme in-water performance
Stylized horseshoe design with offset shoulder straps to alleviate weight and pressure stress on neck and shoulders
The bladder has a unique hinged head pillow for optimal comfort and head support in water
Durable waterproof fabric
Double shoulder straps for comfort and reduction of weight to the back neck.
Zip fastening cover
Stainless steel interlocking belt buckles
Adjustable waist belt
Detachable crutch strap
Reflective Silver piping on front
Integrated deck safety harness approved to EN ISO12401
Oral inflation tube on back chamber and Over pressure tube + relief valve on front chamber for manual inflation and deflation and also to relieve any excess pressure if both chambers are fired simultaneously
SOLAS approved retro-reflective tape on bladder
Red recovery grab strap on bladder marked “LIFT”
2 x 60g CO2 gas cylinders
Automatic water-activated SOLAS S.O.S. light
2 x Inflation systems
Marine grade whistle
EN ISO 12402-2 : 2006 +A1 : 2010 for inflatable lifejackets performance level 275
EN ISO 12401 : 2009
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