A lightweight, multi person easily deployable, auto - inflating lifesaving platform that is designed to enable individuals to easily remove themselves from an immersion environment.
SEAPOD 1.8m - £483.00 (+vat)
SEAPOD 3.0m - £676.20 (+vat)
SEAPOD (1.8m) - A lightweight, multi person (1-2) easily deployable, auto - inflating lifesaving platform that is designed to enable individuals to easily remove themselves from an immersion environment.
It is a double chambered inflatable platform manufactured from Polyurethane Double Sided Laminated Nylon (HD210D) and incorporating two UML MK5 Automatic Inflators, (ISO12402 Part 7).
- Seapod (1.8m) comes complete with a purpose made rip away valise
- Seapod (1.8) weight 7.5kg
- Total Buoyancy 140kg
- Primary inflation method CO2
- Storage size 25cm x 30cm x 60cm
Salvare Worldwide’ ‘SEAPOD ‘range is intended for the inshore sailing market, the product is an innovative inflatable survival platform. The aim of the ‘SEAPOD ’is to provide a place of refuge out of a cold water environment and buy hours rather than minutes for survivors waiting to be rescued from the sea.
The ‘SeaPod’ is lightweight and has the ability to be swiftly deployed in man overboard situations. As well as being suitable for stowage on board large ships, coastal vessels and small boats it can also be used as life saving device at leisure sites or a wharf or marina location.
The SEAPOD has two separate auto inflatable chambers that are activated as soon as it comes into contact with water and due to its patented design the outer skirt adheres to the water surface and therefore making it extremely stable and capable of maintaining a steady position. This feature along with its thin section makes exiting the water extremely easy even if the individual is exhausted and water logged.
Unlike a conventional life raft it doesn’t matter which way up the SEAPOD inflates once in the water as both the top and bottom surfaces are identical.
The SEAPOD is only a few centimetres thick and has strategically placed hand and foot holds to ensure survivors can board easily. Once there they can stay in position without being immersed in freezing water, (a critical factor delaying the onset of hypothermia).
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