Pyrotechnics are used for localization and can at the same time help to indicate wind direction in distressed situations.
Designed to withstand exceptional environmental exposure and to perform reliably even after immersion in water.
Ejecting a red flare on a parachute at 300m (1000ft), burning for 40 seconds at 30,000 candela.
Red hand-held, short range distress signal. Used to pinpoint location by day or night. Burns for 60 seconds at 15,000 candela.
Compact, flat top, day time distress signal designed to be easy and safe to handle. It provides effective position marking during rescue operations and can be used to indicate wind direction, producing dense orange smoke for a minimum of 3 minutes.
It is automatically or manually deployed to mark the position of a person in the water by day or night. Featuring a self-activated LED lighting system which exceeds SOLAS requirements for 2 candela light output and 2 hours duration, plus providing 15 minutes of dense orange smoke. Ships are required to fit at least two markers.
A self-contained line-throwing appliance consisting of a plastic case with an end cap and 250 m of line, an integral striker mechanism plus a rocket.
Replacement rocket for use in PAINS WESSEX linethrower 250.
* All prices are in Danish Kroner(DKK) ex. VAT and shipping.
** Subject to price and technical changes from producers.