Life raft davits
Lifting capacity: 1,529 kg - 3,670 kg
Davit system for liferafts up to 39 persons SCM-L SERIES Standard and proven design Easy to install Low cost of ownership Easy to operate Complies with latest IMO/SOLAS regulations, LSA Code as well ...
... rescue boat davits and life raft davits are manufactured according to latest regulations of SOLAS, LSA and MSC Codes. Different modes of YMV Rescue boat davits ...
Lifting capacity: 2 t - 5 t
... according to customer request. Certificates: Marine Equipment Directive (Module B+D). YMV Rescue boat davit can be used for combined purpose: as davit for life raft at the same time.
Lifting capacity: 2,300, 2,500, 3,465 kg
... 25MW21 slewing davit is specifically designed for safe and efficient launch and retrieval of fast rescue boats and life rafts. It is intended for long term, reliable operation in harsh ...
Product Details & Information D-CRm.R. – davit crane combined for rescue boat and liferaft. Slewing type davit for rescueboat and liferaft with hydraulic or electric or manual drive. The system ...
The group name of Lms.-type liferaft cranes represents the simplest execution of slewing cranes for liferafts available: with manually driven slewing features. The systems are in full accordance with the present SOLAS-rules and are MED-certified.
Our portfolio of lifeboats covers a range of different models and sizes: Free fall lifeboats for 8 to 60 people Totally enclosed lifeboats for up to 70 people Totally enclosed lifeboats in Tanker version Semi enclosed lifeboats for ...
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How to choose this product
A life raft davit is simple, generally operated by hand without need for an electric motor. It consists of a pivoting arm holding a cable with a hook at its end.
These devices are used in emergencies to lower life rafts over the side of a vessel.
Both the davit pivot mechanism and the launch cable are usually operated by manual crank rather than a motor.
How to choose
Life raft davits must meet specifications and requirements stipulated in the SOLAS treaty.
- Manual operation
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