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New Lifeboat Simulator

Crewsaver Workvest

Lifejacket Range

Survitec Group’s Crewsaver single chamber Workvest range is ideal for workboats. Bladder design is integral to

Crewsaver lifejackets and all Crewsav- er lifejackets come with a unique chin support, keeping crew comfortable and well supported should they fall over- board. Designed to remain robust and reliable when used constantly, they of- fer the option of a wipe clean cover for the harshest of conditions.

Float-Free EPIRB with

VDR Memory Capsule

Ocean Signal and AMI Marine intro- duced a new ? oat-free EPIRB with in- (Photo: Virtual Marine Technology) tegrated voyage data recorder (VDR) stallation of the lifeboat simulator took Virtual Marine Technology delivered onboard the Safe Zephyrus, one of Pro- memory capsule at SMM in Hamburg. a second lifeboat simulator system to safe’s new accommodation rigs which place in Scapa Flow, off the northeast The Ocean Signal E101V is designed

Prosafe. The simulator was custom was built at Jurong Shipyard and can coast of Scotland. to provide a solution for commercial built for training lifeboat coxswains accommodate up to 450 people. The in- vessels of 3000+ gross tonnage to store recorded data in a ? oat-free capsule within its VDR systems, as required for compliance with the revised recom- mendation on performance standards

New Product for VDRs. The E101V is supplied with

AMI’s regulation X-Series VDR which incorporates IEC61162-450 network protocol, applicable to the collection, storage and playback of important data.

Personal Sea

Survival System

SRG International introduced the PS³ which incorpo- jacket is comfortable and unrestrictive while the single rates a combination of a SOLAS life jacket with an auto- person raft is simple to board and quickly provides the in? ating single person life raft. Packaged into a slim, de- survivor with thermal protection. With high-visibility co- tachable, lightweight backpack, the PS³ weighs in at less lours, SOLAS re? ective tape and an automatic light to than 5kg. Designed for low maintenance and approved aid detection, the PS³ is a stable craft, even in extreme to the latest SOLAS regulations, the automatic system is conditions.

designed to be simple to operate with a front zip closure

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