Floating apparatus approved type, Solas ‘74 (83)
4 persons size 90 x 90 x 28 cm., weight 16 kg.
8 persons size 90 x 90 x 28 cm., weight 16 kg
12 persons size 98 x 98 x 30 cm., weight 23 kg
Hammar Remote Release Systems are designed to release liferafts, evacuation systems and other lifesaving equipment on board vessels of all types, with the least possible effort. The Remote Release Systems off er exible solutions with many decisive advantages for both safety and economy.
Most of the HAMMAR ERRS can be operated from several remote release positions by adding one or more remote push buttons. These units can activate H20 ERU (Electric Remote Unit) or relay outputs (depending on configuration). It is thus a very fl exible system for the management of safety appliances on-board.
The release mechanism can be deployed irrespective of parameters such as weather, smoke, fire or degree of list without the crew having to take unnecessary risks. With HAMMAR ERRS, lifesaving equipment can be launched more eff ectively and rapidly from remote positions on deck or from the bridge. This is an important safety aspect when time is crucial for the outcome of the situation. Since the system is easy to handle and more effi ciently can launch safety equipment and managing fast evacuation of passengers you can minimize both crew and training costs; Liferafts and other systems for safety, emergency and evacuation can be hidden or positioned in remote located areas on board to free valuable deck surface for passengers or cargo to increase profi tability
FDP strops IMO/MSC 1327
Rot prof, corrosion resistant, unduly affected by seawater, oil reistant, fungal resistant, UV resistant, safety factor of 6
Cod. L2207A – L2207B
Kit FDP for LIFEBOAT
nr. 2 FPD; nr. 4 shacles bolt type, manual instruction, typer approval certificate, case.
Kit FDP for RESCUE BOAT
nr. 1 FPD; nr. 2 shacles bolt type, manual instruction, typer approval certificate, case
IMPA CODE N. 330119
Hammar H20 hydrostatic hook, validity 2 years
IMPA CODE N. 330101 /02/03/04/05 (6/10/16/20/25 pax)
Models approved as per Solas ‘74(83) and in conformity with the E.C. 96/98 (Ship’s Wheel).
Emergency A pack: long international navigation
Emergency B pack: short international navigation
A seat belt, sometimes called a safety belt, is designed to secure the occupant of a lifeboat against harmful movement that may result from a collision or a sudden stop. As part of an overall occupant restraint system, seat belts are intended to reduce injuries by stopping the wearer from hitting hard interior elements of the lifeboat or other passengers (the so-called secondimpact) and by preventing the passenger from being thrown from the lifeboat