International Safety Products shines at METS 2014 with new ‘water-activated’ lifebuoy light

November 03, 2014 at 2:49 PM

BL.jpgInternational Safety Products (ISP) is bringing extra shine to its stand at METS 2014 with the launch of a new water-activated lifebuoy light.

The UK firm is one of the world's largest manufacturers of marine inflatable lifejackets and is a leading supplier of maritime safety products.

ISP commercial director Geoff Billington said the British manufacturer has added the SOLAS approved Alcares lifebuoy light to its portfolio.

The firm is the official distributor for Alcares marine emergency lighting in the UK and Ireland.

"The Alcares lifebuoy light comes as another excellent addition to our ever-increasing maritime safety product range," said Mr Billington. "This product offers a number of benefits compared to existing models on the market. It is lightweight, easy to deploy and one of very few water-activated lifebuoy lights around.

"It also benefits from a unique cone-shaped design, giving it extra height, to ensure the light source is raised further from the water. It has a light intensity far in excess of the two candela requirement and has a five-year storage life."

Alcares is a widely respected Danish firm with more than 20 years' experience manufacturing marine emergency lights. ISP also supplies its range of LED lifejacket lights which are SOLAS approved and have an impressive brightness of 10 candela.

METS runs from 18 - 20 November at the Amsterdam RAI.

For more information on ISP's products and services contact Geoff Billington via email on gbillington@ispl.co.uk or phone +44 (0)151 922 2202.

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International Safety Products

ISP was founded in 1981.
The firm is a marine survival equipment specialist.
ISP produces more than 170,000 products each year.
It employs more than 100 people and has a turnover exceeding £8million.
ISP is a leading manufacturer and supplier of a broad range of marine safety equipment including lifejackets, immersion suits, tactical waistcoats, liferafts, Epirbs, PLBs, SARTS and marine safety lights.

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