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Mullion LIFEJACKET STREAM 150
The STREAM 150 life jacket is designed in such a way that it can be worn comfortably even with bad weather clothing, regardless of the weather. It is therefore ideal for general use. The lifejacket is a so-called automatic vest which inflates automatically on contact with water. The cut of this lifejacket is horseshoe-shaped. The protective cover has a Velcro fastener. Further this lifejacket has only one belt in the back. The lifejacket has an asymmetrically shaped floating body, which guarantees an optimal turning ability.
Features protective cover:
- Waterproof, durable fabric
- Adjustable waist strap
- Stainless steel belt buckles on belt
- Crotch strap
- Maintenance information on the belt
- EN ISO 12401 - approved safety belt
Characteristics of floating bodies:
- Signal whistle
- Inflatable mouthpiece
- Retroreflective strip
- Red mountain loop with the inscription "Lift"
- trigger mechanism
- CO2 compressed gas cartridge 33g
General information about life jackets:
An inflatable lifejacket is a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) that generates buoyancy through a release mechanism with gas pressure cartridges.
A lifejacket is constructed as follows:
The protective cover optimally protects the inflatable air chamber and extends the service life of the life jacket.
Single-chamber life jacket - The buoyancy is achieved by a floating body (minimum requirement according to EN/ISO).
Two-chamber lifejacket - The buoyancy is achieved by two floating bodies (minimum requirement according to IMO/SOLAS). The double chamber system is
designed in this way, that if one chamber is damaged or fails, the other ensures buoyancy as long as the user is in the water.
The trigger mechanism is required to activate and pierce the cartridge so that gas can flow into and inflate the air chamber.
Automatic release: The vest inflates automatically when touched with water. The air chamber is inflated immediately. If this should not happen, which is
very unlikely, the lifejacket can be released manually with the pull rope.
Manual release: The manual release can be operated manually by the user by pulling the pull rope.
When the release mechanism is activated, it pierces the cartridge and releases the CO2 into the air chamber, allowing the float to be inflated to the desired buoyancy class.
- 150N class lifejackets have 33g or 38g
- Life jackets of class 275N have 60g