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  • Daniamant Liferaft External Light with two parts, a battery and lamp. The light flashes to reduce battery power and heat from the lamp.
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Rescue Master 1

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LIFERAFT INTERNAL LIGHT

Internal light type Rescue-Master 1:
The light has two parts, a battery and lamp, which can be supplied separately. The lead length on the lamp is custom made. The light is steady and sufficient for at least 12 hours with a minimum light output of 0.5cd in all directions. The battery can be automatically activated by pulling the activation pin out of the battery during inflation of the life raft

External light type Rescue-Master 2B:
The light has two parts, a battery and lamp, which can be supplied separately. The lead length on the lamp is custom made. The light flashes to reduce battery power and heat from the lamp. The lamp exceeds light intensity requirements of 4.3cd for 12 hours. The battery is automatically activated when the activation pin is pulled out of the battery during inflation of a life raft.

Classified as Hazardous for Shipping Purposes – See PSDS

External light type Rescue-Master 3B:
The light is identical to Rescue-Master 2B, but has a larger battery housing.

Classified as Hazardous for Shipping Purposes – See PSDS

 

Description

Brand

Daniamant

Daniamant designs and manufactures all of their products in line with the relevant worldwide approvals, technical specifications, current legislation and International directives. Daniamant is manufacturing in Denmark and the United Kingdom. The company is merger of several other companies who all relate to the marine Survivor Location Light business dating back to 1937. Daniamant hold all necessary approvals for the Company and products, including ISO 9001, MED, SOLAS, ATEX, IECEx and a number of International approvals.

Daniamant products cover 12 key areas: • Lifejacket Lights • Liferaft Lights • Lifebuoy Lights • Intrinsically Safe Lights • Special Lights • LED Flares • Forward Looking Sonars (FLS) • Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System (BNWAS) • Salinometers • Oil Level Alarm • Electronic Inclinometer