New safety line from Ocean Safety
(Posted on 07/01/19)
Ocean Safety has launched its new Ocean Pro 2-Hook Elasticated Safety Line for 2019, with hooks that are the latest development in robust safety for tough ocean-going situations.
Choosing the right equipment to keep crew members on board in challenging conditions is vital and Ocean Safety has worked closely with the designers of the Ocean Pro Line’s advanced stainless steel clips to produce a completely secure safety line solution for attaching to a lifejacket or harness.
The clips are designed so as to need two separate movements to open them, minimising the chance of any errors. Manufactured in the UK, the clips have reinforced casing and are approved to EN ISO 12401. The line itself is elasticated, extending to two metres and manufactured in a protected and fluorescent webbing which is fully reinforced for the best possible strength. The Ocean Pro Line comes complete with its own handy storage bag.
Ocean Safety specialises in the worldwide supply, distribution, service and hire of marine safety equipment and aviation safety products including liferafts, lifejackets and EPIRBs. The company has grown rapidly and today boasts a diverse range of customers including ship and superyacht builders, round the world racing, cruising yachts and the MOD. The company is Lloyds approved 9001/2008.
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