Our NavyLife lifejacket is manufactured according to EN ISO 12402 (EN399) and, amongst others, is used by the Royal Norwegian Navy. Buoyancy is provided by a permanent and an inflatable unit, which has a hydrostatic Hammar inflator that is not triggered by sea-spray but will automatically inflate when immersed in water, according to a pre-defined depth. Buoyancy is minimum 275N. The lifejacket is donned like a regular jacket. It is closed in front with buckles and Velcro. A neoprene hood is attached to the neck.
The Navy lifejacket is a one-size garment, based on solid buoyancy material and an automatic inflatable lung.
The lifejacket is put on as an ordinary coat. It’s closed in the front by Velcro fasteners, and it is tightened around the chest and waist by two tightening bands with buckles.
The lifejacket has a neoprene hood, which is fixed to the back of the neck area, and is pulled over the head.
The buoyancy arrangement of this lifejacket consists of a solid and inflatable part.
The permanent buoyancy represents minimum 80 N and the automatic inflatable part minimum 195N, which gives a total of 275N buoyancy.
The lifejacket is made in accordance with ISO EN 12402 (EN 399) standard
The lifejacket is donned as an ordinary jacket. Front closing with buckles and velcro fasteners. The lifejacket has a neoprene hood, fixed in neck.
Buoyancy consists of a permanent and an inflatable part with hydrostatic Hammar inflator. The permanent buoyancy represents minimum 80 N and the automatic inflatable part minimum 195N, which gives a total buoyancy of 275N