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New lifejacket light is suitable for extreme conditions

Daniamant has launched its latest lifejacket light, designed specifically for Arctic waters.

Dan W3 POLAR has been designed to be efficient with optimal performance, whilst ensuring safety for crew members and passengers undertaking Arctic voyages.

The light features enhanced cold weather performance and has been engineered to operate in temperatures as low as -52 degrees Celsius.

It has been developed in line with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) standards and is designed for visibility, enhancing the chances of detection in emergency situations.

The light uses advanced sealing techniques for water-resistance and has an extended battery life for prolonged illumination.

“Daniamant is dedicated to developing cutting-edge solutions that address the unique safety challenges faced by mariners operating in Arctic waters,” said Kevin Rough, Daniamant CEO. “With the introduction of our new SOLAS approved lifejacket light, Dan W3 POLAR, we aim to provide unmatched safety and peace of mind to crew members and passengers navigating through then extreme cold and demanding conditions.”

Daniamant has also relaunched its L90 LED Lifebuoy Light, which now uses LED technology.

The light uses an alkaline battery with LED technology that does not use mercury switch releases and can be freely imported and exported without restrictions within the EU.

The L90 LED light is a non-hazardous light that has been designed for visibility, enhancing the chances of detection in any situation at sea.

As with the Dan W3 POLAR, Daniamant has used advanced sealing techniques for the L90 LED light, which has a year’s lifespan.

The L90 LED Lifebuoy Light retains its predecessor’s external construction, so customers can retrofit the lifebuoy light to existing brackets or fixings installed on vessels.

The light exceeds SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) standards and adheres to MED (EU Marine Equipment Directive), USCG (United States Coast Guard) and TC (Technical Conservation) standards.


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