Personal Rescue Sling Strop, Buoyant c/w Chest Strap

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The personal rescue sling strop comes comes complete with a chest strap and is used in MOB and hoist rescue situations.

BUOYANT PERSONAL RESCUE STROP

C/W CHEST STRAP 

 

This Personal Rescue Sling Strop is intended for hoist rescue and man overboard situations. The strop is made in a highly visible fluorescent orange material with 3 silver SOLAS reflective stripes for easy night spotting, grab handles ,4 anti slip friction stripes and a chest strap with a 50mm easy fixing buckle for emergency MOB situations, it is also equipped with a rear towing grip.

This closed strop Primary security is the 45 mm webbing risers assembled in a A-ring to fit into the hoist hook. Secondary security is a stainless steel 3-bar slide with 2 webbing toggles for the casualty to pull downwards to minimize the distance between the lift straps. This is called "TRIPLE-S" = Self Securing System.

Key Features & Equipment Benefits:

  • Can be used in both Host Rescue & MOB situations
  • Hi Vis strop — made from fluorescent orange material
  • 3 x silver SOLAS reflective stripes. Enabling easier night-spotting
  • 4 x grab handles 
  • 4 x anti-slip friction stripes for increased purchase
  • 1 x rear towing grip
  • 50mm 'easy fix' buckle for MOB emergency situtations
  • 45m webbing risers which are assembled in a 'A-ring' fit into the hoist hook
  • Stainless steel '3-bar' slide with 2 x webbong toggles that allows the casualty to pull downwards — reducing diastance between the lifting straps
  • Triple S 'Self Securing System

Technical Information:

  • 4 x Grab Handles 
  • 4 x Anti-Slip Fricition Stripes 
  • 1 x Rear Towing Grip
  • Stainless Steel Slide
  • 'Triple S' Securing System
  • Webbing:  45mm polyamide MIL-W-27265, type 7 webbing, with a tensile strength of 6000 lbs
  • Hoist point: Stainless steel A-rings, with a tensile strength of 4400 lbs
  • Colour: Orange 

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SPECIFICATION

Features

  • 4 x Grab Handles 

  • 4 x Anti-Slip Fricition Stripes 

  • 1 x Rear Towing Grip

  • Stainless Steel Slide

  • 'Triple S' Securing System

  • Webbing:  45mm polyamide MIL-W-27265, type 7 webbing, with a tensile strength of 6000 lbs

  • Hoist point: Stainless steel A-rings, with a tensile strength of 4400 lbs

  • Colour: Orange 

 

Materials

  • Webbing:  45mm polyamide MIL-W-27265, type 7 webbing, with a tensile strength of 6000 lbs.

  • Hoist point: Stainless steel A-rings, with a tensile strength of 4400 lbs

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