• HM-0605-500×500

HM-0605 Lifebuoy Release System Mk II


Complete package for electric/water release flush mount Release Button

Included in the kit:

  • One GRP holder with pre-installed metal holder.
  • One ERU (electric remote unit) with cord pre-installed on the metal holder. Cable length 1,5m
  • One Release Switch push button and consist of a push button module and an electronic switch module, supplied separately.
  • One connector box in marine grade plastic, IP66 class. Colour: steel grey. Maximum diameter for cable 12mm.
  • 20 meters of grey cable 2 x 0,75 mm2, diameter 8mm, other lengths available upon request.
  • One manual safety pin in stainless steel
  • One pilot line for loading the lifebuoy
  • Installation manual, user guide, marking instruction and test of  the LifeBuoy System document.

For measurements please ask for drawings.

Not supplied in the kit from Hammar:

  • Lifebuoy (any SOLAS lifebuoy will fit the GRP holder)
  • Mounting bolts and fittings for installation on-board.

Release Depth: 1,5 – 4,0 metres

Weight: 18kg

BAttery Backup: No



More Information

Using the Hammar Lifebuoy Release system is easy.

Just push the button, the ERU activates and the stainless steel lever is removed by a strong spring in order to ensure the safe, rapid deployment of the system.



Hammar makes products for personal safety at sea.Hammar develops state of the art products to safeguard crew and passengers in order to allow fast and effective rescue in MOB events. The wide product range offers unique solutions for use in harsh environments and is suitable for a wide variety of applications – commercial marine industry, leisure cruising as well as defense.Hammar products for safety installations are designed to be safe and reliable in all extreme conditions. The H20 is the best-selling hydrostatic release unit in the world and it has been saving lives on the oceans for more than 25 years. H20 hydrostatic release can also be combined with Hammar’s Remote Release Systems, which enables you to release liferafts, EPIRBs or evacuation systems from the bridge or other strategic locations onboard.