These superior-quality immersion suits have been in production since 1959-and in fact are the very first immersion suits to ever be seen in the maritime market. Each suit is meticulously crafted and pressure-tested upon completion. View Approval Certificates here.
- USCG/MED Approved / SOLAS Compliant
- Three-fingered mitt to keep your fingers warmer
- Wide legs for quick donning
- Dual-zipper pull tabs
- Inflatable high-rider ring for additional freeboard and buoyancy
- Snug-fitting face seal is flexible and comfortable
- Retro-reflective tape for extra visibility
- Sturdy storage bag with 2 handles for quick retrieval and donning of suit
- Suits are true to size
- Suits made of 5mm neoprene
- 1-piece, sealed contruction
- Back straps
- Inherently buoyant
- Comes with whistle
- Weighs only 14 lbs. (6.35 kg.)
- Optional personal survival kit pocket. This pocket zips right onto the high-rider ring, which allows for a simple and easy perosnal survival kit right on your suit. It can hold anything from an EPIRB or PLB, medication, flares, food and/or water.
- Lifting harness and buddy line available
- Custom stencilling with organization name
- PFD Lights are also available for the suits
Revere offers worldwide service stations for Imperial Immersion Suits for pressure-testing and inspection. Suits must be in a serviceable condition at all times. The pressure test can reveal leaks that can’t be seen with the naked eye. A well-maintained suit greatly increases your chances of survival, will last longer, and saves you time and money in the long run.
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