Ocean Safety launches new Wipe Clean Lifejacket

Ocean Safety has introduced the new Kru Wipe Clean lifejacket for situations when a durable easy clean lifejacket is needed.

The new addition features a 3D tailored collar, which increases neck comfort for constant wear, whilst the fabric makes the jacket easier to maintain when working in harsh environments.

Kru Wipe Clean is part of a new Workwear range of lifejackets which Ocean Safety has added to its portfolio of lifejacket choices for both the commercial and leisure industry.

Kru Wipe Clean offers a full range of buoyancies, 150, 190 and 275N, and is available in both manual and automatic inflation choices. It is available in High Viz fluorescent yellow or orange, and the company says that its unique Rivertex® fabric gives 25% more abrasion resistance than traditional lifejacket fabrics.

Other features include an optional crotch strap, light attachment point, two lifting beckets, whistle, retro reflective tape and oral inflation tube.

Corporate users can benefit from Ocean Safety’s in-house personalised branding and a number of customisations including retro flashes on the cover, PLB fittings and Pro Sensor inflation system. The company also offers annual service contracts and replacement parts/spares which are available globally.

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