Water Rescue - Body Recovery (Sinking)
Who Uses Them?
- Regularly exported to rescue professionals in 26 countries worldwide, with the USA, Australia and Germany being our biggest markets as well as the UK Fire Services.
- Police forces throughout the world.
- USCG (United Sates Coastguard)
- Brisbane Water Police
- State Emergency Services - Australia
- Surf Life Saving Club WA
- Nylon mesh - conforms to BS3408/20
- Reinforced P.V.C - conforms to BS3408/20 and ISO 7854 1984
- High density polypropylene webbing (25mm rated to 207Kg, 50mm rated to 440Kg)
- Polypropylene plastic (conforms to DIN EN ISO 1873, Teil 1)
- Non-absorbent closed cell foam - water absorption : 1 Day < 0.1 (DIN 53428 1986) 28 Days < 0.5% VOL
- Supplied complete with a protective overall constructed in tough Polyester (conforms to BS EN ISO 15025:2002) - the same material used in Police ballistic/stab vests.
- Made in the UK - all manikins conform strictly to our ISO9001:2008 standards
Features & Benefits
- Anatomically correct weight distribution allows for realistic body 'bagging' as part of training exercises.
- This manikin will easily withstand a fall of 5 - 6 metres into water with no damage - they are tough!
- Constructed using a H/D reinforced Nylon mesh for the carcass and non-absorbent closed cell foam for buoyancy - mesh allows water to flood into the body to allow it to sink and out as it is being recovered.
- Mesh allows for ventilation when the manikin hung up to dry - a polypropylene loop to the back of the carcass allows the manikin to be lowered into position or hung up to dry.
- The addition of a realistic face and a wig enable easier/quicker identification of the body in poor visability when the search is by touch only.
- Polyethylene strips running from the shoulders to the knees allow flexibility but prevent the manikin from bending in half when using stretchers or recovery devices.
- Replaceable coveralls and boots are easily replaceable and greatly extend the life of the manikin
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