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PERSONAL GEAR


WATER RESCUE


In most cases, the safest and most efficient method of effecting a swiftwater rescue is from shore. Time is critical, but so is protecting the rescuer. Practice shore-based techniques, such as using the Reach System, for maximum safety and efficiency.


If a rescuer absolutely must enter the water, a conventional seat harness should not be used as the tie in point unless equipped with a quick release system. Using a waist attachment only, can allow the force of the current to bend the upper body backward into the water, making it impossible to right oneself and possibly resulting in drowning. Having the ability for the in water rescuer to easily bail out of any attached lifeline is critical. PMI offers strong swimmers waist belts and PFD with quick release buckles for the attachment point.


FORCE 6 RESCUER PFD


The Force 6 Rescue vest is equipped with a strong swimmers belt and quick-release system; providing superior safety and versatility in a streamlined version of the top of the line Swift Water Rescue Technician Force 6 Instructor’s PFD.


Key Features: Integrated 1” nylon tape structural harness • Knife and scissors and strobe light attachments on both sides • Reflective tape over the shoulder front pockets • Foam shoulders for added strength • Under the arm adjustment straps • Three part waist belt • Two front mesh pockets


Med-Large Weight: 3.4 lbs (1.500 kg) » Size: Chest Circumference: 32”- 52”


Persimmon SG51223


$209.00


X-Large Weight: 4.1 lbs (1.900 kg) » Size: Chest Circumference: 44”- 62”


Persimmon SG51224


CERTIFIED $209.00 IRIA


FORCE 6 RESCUE T EC PFD


NEW


Force 6 Swift Water RescueTec PFD is a UL listed and United States Coast Guard approved Type 5 Professional Swiftwater Rescue PFD. The RescueTec PFD is feature loaded including a removable left-front pocket, dual 1 1/2 in QR belts for throw bag attachment, waist belt with Gripp-Loc to prevent ride up. Adjustable shoulders with dual AustriAlpin anodized aluminum buckles, Molded extraction handle, 4 inch Velcro name attachment back-band, Heavy duty YKK front entry zipper, 12 elastic strap container bands, rear hydration attachment points, neoprene neck water damn, lapel strap tunnels, and reflective material on both the front and the back.


Key Features: UL listed and United States Coast Guard approved Type 5 Professional Swiftwater Rescue PFD • 22 lbs. minimum flotation on both the S/M and L/XL models • Gripp-Loc on waist belt to reduce ride up • Left Front Pocket • Shell Fabric - High tenacity 420 Denier Fabric


Small-Med Weight: 5.00 lbs (2.268 kg) » Size: Chest Circumference: 28”- 44”


Red SG51266


$359.00


Large-XL Weight: 6.00 lbs (2.722 kg) » Size: Chest Circumference: 38”- 56”


Red SG51267


CERTIFIED $359.00 USCG TYPE 5 PROFESSIONAL


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