New shock mitigation seat from Tornado
Tornado Boats International has launched a new shock mitigation suspension seat for use on RIBs.
The Zero G2 Shock Mitigation Suspension Seat is constructed from military specification anodised alloy, which Tornado Boats says makes the seat virtually maintenance free.
The secret of good seat suspension, says Tornado, is to decelerate the body over the greatest distance possible in a controlled manner.
This means that the seat starts off soft and the spring resistance increases as it compresses, slowing the body down progressively and gently. The full suspension travel of the Zero G2 is 195mm.
Tornado says the Zero G2 model ‘manifests its quality in the critical area of impact absorption’.
The Shock Absorber is from Fox Defense with proprietary Kashima coating; it is oil damped and has an infinitely adjustable air spring to give maximum comfort in rough sea.
The seat combines these features with the added practicality of a 30-litre storage box.
It is suitable for military, search and rescue, offshore and law enforcement use.
Tornado Boats International will be on stand P107.
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