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Lifebuoy Cabinet With Break Glass Box

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For the storage of a 30" Lifebuoy and throwing line, this cabinet is widely used in the Offshore energy and marine sectors. 


What Does the Lifebuoy Cabinet with Break Glass Box Give Me?

  • These cabinets are manufactured using Lloyds approved composites including UV resistant gelcoats to provide long lasting protection for equipment stored inside in even the harshest environments. Backed up with an excellent IP rating of 56, with both Lloyds and ABS approvals
  • The design ensures a high level of rigidity for the relatively low weight with a very effective EPDM seal around the door aperture. The hinges are secured with 316 stainless steel nuts, bolts and washers.
  • This cabinet comes fitted with 1 snatch grip and two loose snatch grips for attachment on site. The door can be specified with left or right hinging - featureing a nylon rod handle to pull the door open to guarantee fast access even when wearing gloves.
  • The cabinet can also be manufactured in a variety of colours, with bespoke lettering and without the break glass box 

Available Options Include : 

  • Cabinet c/w with Break Glass Box
  • Cabinet c/w with Break Glass Box, 30m SOLAS Approved Lifebuoy & 30m Encapsulated Throwing Line

National Waterside Safety Guidlines:

Before installing life-saving equipment like lifebuoys and lifebuoy housings, it's crucial to conduct a thorough risk assessment, following the guidelines recommended by the National Water Safety Forum. At I.C. Brindle, we firmly believe that focusing on preventing water accidents is just as important as having the right rescue gear.

Should the decision be made to install lifebuoys and lifebuoy equipment, adherence to the following guidelines set forth by the National Water Safety ( is essential:

  1. Strategic Positioning: Lifebuoys should be strategically positioned in easily accessible locations, clearly visible, and preferably in the distinct colours of red or yellow to enhance visibility.
  2. Optimal Height: Ensure that lifebuoys are mounted at a maximum height of 1.7 metres above ground level for easy accessibility.
  3. Regular Maintenance: Regular inspections of lifebuoys and their housings are essential. Any signs of wear, damage, or tampering should prompt immediate replacement to guarantee their effectiveness in rescue situations.
  4. Considered Placement: The placement and spacing of life-saving equipment should be determined based on identified risks, Areas where people congregate or are prone to accidents should be given priority. Generally, spacing lifebuoys at intervals of 100 metres is recommended under standard conditions, ensuring that potential rescuers are not more than 50 metres away from the equipment at any given time.

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  • Dimensions: 962H x 966W x 200Dmm

  • Aperture: 789H x 740Wmm

  • Internal depth: 134mm

  • Nominal weight: 21kg

  • Manufactured using 3-4mm GRP in standard resins

  • Tariff/Commodity Code: 39269097

  • Country of Origin: UK

  • Lloyds Register Type Test Approved

  • IP rating: IP 56

  • Recessed nylon rod handle 316 stainless steel hinges

  • Fitted with: 1 x large 316 stainless steel Protex style catch above door handle (Can be padlocked-padlock not supplied) Supplied with: 3 x snatch grips for securing lifebuoy Fitted with break glass key box on door For the storage of: 1 x 762mm lifebuoy and line (not included)

  • Colour: Orange RAL2009 (please confirm)

  • Labelled: "LIFEBUOY" in 50mm white lettering in one language only (please confirm)