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MT-RT1 Swimming Pool Noodles Rescue Tube Buoy Float for Water Sports
Product size: 96*16*8cm
Packing size: 100*34*42cm, 10pcs/ctn
Net weight: 10kgs
Gross weight: 11kgs
Packing detail: packing in carton
Lifeguard Rescue Tube (More available sizes below). The rescue tube that set the standard for swimmig pools, lifeguards, beach fronts, and aquatic safety! The Rescue Tube is one of the best all around piece of water rescue equipment available. This multi-purpose device can be used for throwing or for towing a swimmer.
This rescue tube features a 12" extension strap and Delrin buckles.
Features and Benefits:
* 12" strap extension accommodates swimmers of larger girth.
* Durable strap-through-tube construction extends tube life, protects tube strap from pulling out.
* Smooth, rounded edges reduce drag in waterand are crack resistant by design.
* Extra thickess for added buoyancy gives an added boost, making swimmer retrieval easier for lifeguards / rescuers.
* Constructed of soft vinyl-coated PVC foam and lightweight Delrin quick-release plastic buckles to increase swimmer comfort and reduce chances of injury on contact.
* 6 foot heavy-duty polypropylene towline features an extra wide strap to reduce pull on the shoulder area.
* Approved by leading lifeguard trainers for use in pools, water parks, and open water.
This Rescue Tube is rescue equipment, located in main stations and rescue units, are ideal for rescuing single victims.
A very large victim may remain securely in the rescue tube without being held in a cross-chest carry, but the lifeguard must be very careful not to lose the victim, especially in the surf. When needed, the rescue tube can be used without fastening it around the victim. However, when it is used in the same manner as a rescue can, the lifeguard must be aware that the victim may lose his grip on the rubber surface.