Challenger range on show
International Safety Products (ISP) will present its tried and tested Challenger range of lifejackets at METSTRADE, each one designed for use when heavy duty clothing or protective gear is being worn.
The range consists of the Worksafe and the Worksafe Pro models which are designed to be comfortable and unrestrictive to wear when performing heavy manual work.
The Worksafe can be fitted with a fire proof or antistatic cover for use when welding or working in ATEX zones. PVC, nylon or clear painters’ covers are also available.
The Worksafe Pro models are available for adaptation to emergency services corporate branding and functionality requirements.
Also in the range is ISP’s SOLAS Flexi-wing 150 which has been designed as a dual purpose emergency abandonment or constant wear lifejacket.
The Interlock 275 and 275 Series III Offshore both provide 300 Newtons of buoyancy to support a user wearing heavy duty clothing or an abandonment suit, where it guarantees to self-right the wearer in less than five seconds.
A five-year extended service option for offshore installations is available with the lifejacket.
Completing the series is the SOLAS Aqua Junior, a child's SOLAS jacket designed to conform to the latest regulations that is less cumbersome than a foam lifejacket.
Many of the lifejackets in the range feature Wave Barrier Technology that incorporates an interlocking lobe design to give in-water protection by channelling water and spray away from the wearer's airways.
The lifejackets will be on display on the Ocean Safety stand 03.310.
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