A comfortable and lightweight suit for tough and demanding environments. Designed with focus on ergonomics, light weight and comfort - without compromise. SeaWind is certified by both SOLAS, ISO and EASA. As such it certified for almost every conceivable situation. No other work/survival suit is designed for such a wide a range of uses as SeaWind.
For helicopter transport, the suit is compatible with SeaLion Europe and Halo passenger lifejackets.
The suit is certified for continuous wear, work, shipping and helicopter transport. To comply with helicopter transport certification, the suit must have the lining fitted and be used with certified lifejacket. SeaWind is the first choice for many professional groups, not least for demanding work in connection with the service and maintenance of wind turbines.
Ergonomic – Y-shape construction with maximum freedom of movement
Breathability – durable fabrics with highly breathable properties from GoreTex
Made as a shell suit for reduced weight
Main zip in neck seal simplifies donning. Two zipper sliders allows relief-functionality
Ventilation – pit-zips (underarm-zips) for ventilation in controlled situations
Waterproof zip in neck seal for easy donning and comfort
Pockets – roomy pockets constructed with mesh to enhance the breathable properties of the fabric, placed to ensure ease of access
Must be used with a lifejacket approved for the user area
For easy integration with safety equipment such as harness and/or SeaLion lifejacket, the suit is “clean” on both chest and back
The suit fulfills the requirements of the IMO/Solas LSA code as an uninsulated (1 hour) suit, and ISO 15027-1 as a Class D immersion/quick donning suit (without lining)
SeaWind fulfills the requirements for a Class B suit (4 hours thermal protection) according to ISO 15027 and also ETSO regulations (when used with a lining).
The suit fulfills the requirements of the IMO/Solas LSA code as an insulated (6 hour) suit