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Transocean liferaft, ISAF

Developed from the ISAF standard, specially adapted to offshore racing and navigation in extreme conditions. 

Two types of survival equipment packs, depending on expected time that casualty may spend in the raft until he gets rescued : - 24 hours / +24 hours.
Detailed emergency equipment : scroll down and view / download PDF. 

Required for most offshore races.
Developed from the ISO 9650-1A standards, it meets the ISAF 1&2 categories and OSR 4.20.2 (d) i-iv requirements.

  • ISO_9650_1
  • ISAF

Models

Ref. Model Container No. of pers.
54560 TRANSOCEAN ISAF, standard pack : rescue within 24 H Canister 4-man
54562 TRANSOCEAN ISAF, standard pack : rescue within 24 H Canister 6-man
54564 TRANSOCEAN ISAF, standard pack : rescue within 24 H Canister 8-man
54566 TRANSOCEAN ISAF, standard pack : rescue within 24 H Canister 10-man
52387 TRANSOCEAN ISAF, standard pack : rescue within 24 H Canister 12-man
54561 TRANSOCEAN ISAF, emergency pack : rescue after 24 H Canister 4-man
54563 TRANSOCEAN ISAF, emergency pack : rescue after 24 H Canister 6-man
54565 TRANSOCEAN ISAF, emergency pack : rescue after 24 H Canister 8-man
54567 TRANSOCEAN ISAF, emergency pack : rescue after 24 H Canister 10-man
52395 TRANSOCEAN ISAF, emergency pack : rescue after 24 H Canister 12-man

Features

 

Ref. Dimensions Weight
54560 74 x 47.5 x 29 cm 33.5 kg
54562 80 x 50 x 28 cm 38 kg
54564 80 x 50 x 31 cm 46 kg
54566 90 x 55 x 32 cm 55 kg
52387 90 x 55 x 32 cm 63 kg
54561 74 x 47.5 x 29 cm 44 kg
54563 80 x 50 x 33 cm 53 kg
54565 90 x 55 x 32 cm 67 kg 
54567 90 x 55 x 35 cm 67 kg
52395 90 x 55 x 38 cm 89 kg

Dimensions as a guide only (length x width x height)

Designed for navigation in extreme conditions : large capacity and quantity of ballast pockets, large area drogue anchors, -15°C inflation temperature, double insulating floor, fluo orange canopy with automatically erecting arch tube, 4.3 cd. outside light and retro-reflecting stripes.

The Transocean ISAF also features a boarding ramp with an inside grab handle to ease embarking. This system allows the casualty to hoist himself up on the ramp and then topple easily into the raft.

Two types of survival equipment packs are available, depending on the expected time that the casualty may spend in the raft waiting for the rescue teams : emergency pack includes water and food (rescue forces expected after 24 hours) and standard pack (rescue forces expected within 24 hours).
The survival pack can be completed with a grab bag. 

Required for most offshore races. 
Developed from the ISO 9650-1A standards, it meets the ISAF 1&2 categories and OSR 4.20.2 (d) i-iv requirements.

Bright yellow PVC coated polyester boarding ramp, with fibreglass frame.

Technical documentation & diagrams