Mullion - Aquafloat Harness Jacket

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The Aquafloat Harness jacket is a uni-colour red jacket designed to add an EN ISO 12401 deck safety harness to the harness apertures included on the chest. It can be supplied with or without the harness pre-fitted.

MULLION AQUAFLOAT HARNESS JACKET

The Harness Jacket is designed for constant wear, as a general deck and crew use with a buoyancy level that exceeds 50 newtons and provides thermal protection against coldwater shock, and delaying hypothermia upon immersion into the water. The superior feature of this jacket are the option for a pre-fitted ISO 12401 safety deck harness, and the harness apertures included on the chest for the addition of this equipment. 

Mullion Harness Jacket Key Features & Equipment Benefits

  • Lifejacket attachment loops on front chest and back neck for secure fitting of lifejacket
  • High collar + extra protective chin strap with touch and close fastening. High-Visibility yellow adjustable insulated peaked hood, with built-in chin and face protection stowed in collar
  • Concealed internal waist belt for snug fit
  • Harness apertures included on chest for adding a EN ISO 12401 harness.
  • Optional pre-fitted ISO 12401 deck safety harness
  • Easy access at the hem for adding logo’s on the back of the jacket
  • Fully waterproof outer fabric + taped seams
  • Crutch strap for wearer's safety
  • Anti-flushing straps at arms
  • Front zip closure under double stormflap with touch & close fastening
  • 2 patched chest pockets with water repellent flaps + marine grade whistle
  • 1 Napoleon pocket under storm flap
  • 2 lower hip pockets with fleece handwarmer
  • Retro-reflective tape on hood, shoulders and arms
  • Inner adjustable neoprene wrist seals.

Harness Jacket Interior Features 

  • Marine-grade whistle

Technical Information:

  • Buoyancy: 54N (Size L)
  • Available sizes: S - XXXL
  • Colour: Red/Hi-Vis Yellow

Certifications:

  • EN ISO 12402-5: 2006+A1:2010 ; EN ISO 12402-6:2006+A1:2010 +prEN: 2017
  • EN 343 : 2003 + A1 : 2007 Class 3-1
  • EN ISO 13688 : 2013
  • Maritime PPE Standards: EN 393 / EN ISO 12402-5: 50N BUOYANCY AIDS:
  • "Have a buoyancy of no less than 50 Newton for the average adult. This level is intended for use by those who are competent swimmers and who are near to bank or shore, or who have help and a means of rescue close at hand. These garments have minimal bulk, but they are of limited use in disturbed water, and cannot be expected to keep the user safe for a long period of time. They do not have sufficient buoyancy to protect people who are unable to help themselves. They require active participation by the user."

 

 

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gtin 5415274287388
Price £234.58
Brands Mullion

SPECIFICATION

 

CERTIFIED

  • EN 343 : 2003 + A1 : 2007 Class 3-1

  • EN ISO 12402-5: 2006+A1:2010 ; EN ISO 12402-6:2006+A1:2010 +prEN: 2017

  • EN ISO 13688 : 2013

 

 

 

SIZE TABLE FLOATATION GARMENTS: BODY MEASUREMENTS

Size

Mass Kg

Height

Chest

Waist

XS

< 50 kgs

158-176

80-88

68-76

S

50-70 kgs

164-182

88-96

76-84

M

70-80 kgs

164-182

96-104

84-92

L

80-90 kgs

170-188

104-112

92-100

XL

90-110 kgs

170-188

112-120

100-108

XXL

> 110 kgs

176-194

120-128

108-116

XXXL

> 110 kgs

176-194

128-136

116-124

XXXXL

> 110 kgs

176-194

136-144

124-132

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