Size: Universal Size
Height: 160-190 cm
Weight: 55-95 Kg
It is well known that a person's chances of survival when immersed in water are improved only by the ability to remain dry and maintain the boy temperature at a comfortable level. Lalizas has designed it's Immersion suit to protect you in situations where the danger of hypothermia is great, thereby greatly increasing your chances of survival. The Lalizas Immersion suit is made of reinforced neoprene and incorporates a face seal and flap, 3 fingered gloves, front waterproof zipper, ankle cuffs, neoprene pocket and retro-reflective tape. All these features have been designed to protect you against cold, without diminishing the freedom of movement. Exceeding the latest SOLAS specifications for hypothermia protection, it is ideal use on board ferries, offshore drilling rigs, rescue boats, man-overboard boats and for general commercial use.
*To be worn in conjunction with an approved lifejacket
*Can be unpacked, donned and secured in less than 2 min
*Fitted with 400 cm2 of LALIZAS SOLAS retro-reflective tape
*Permanent Hands cover with neoprene gloves or rubber
*Covers whole body, apart from face
*Highly visible red color
*Ergonomically tested, per MSC/circ980
*Thermally Insulated: has passed all MSC/Circ980 tests
*Diesel-Oil Resistant: has passed all MSc/Circ 980 tests
*Flame Resistant: has passed all MSC/Circ980 tests
*Has been submitted successfully to water ingress, jump and leak tests, per MSC/circ 980
*Stowage Temperature: -30oC to +56oC (Temperature Cycling Tests per MSC/Circ 980)
*Can be combined with Lifejacket Lights range
- Neoprene material
- Neoprene gloves or Rubber gloves
- Original SOLAS retro reflective tape, code: 70180
- Buddy line with special pocket case
- Extra safe zipper. Shields the suit & prevents water penetration
*The CE approval certificate replaces all the National approval certificates of European committee member states (D.O.T - U.K etc).
*L.S.A Code (Life-Saving-Appliances Code) latest amendment of Chapter III of Solas in force since June 1998.