The torpedo float with 3 handles bodies are hard and lightweight, made of HDPE( high-density polyethylene). The molding process creates a hollow, air-filled buoy, causing the torpedo float to be extremely buoyant and able to support multiple victims during rescues. It won't break free falling from a height of 4 meters, with load-bearing of 100KG-150KG. It can save the drowning person out of danger in the shortest possible time and in the most convenient way.
High-density polyethylene is an excellent choice of materials because it is shatter-resistant and highly due to its high resistance to chemicals and temperature extremes. Molded handles allow lifeguards to easily hand the torpedo buoy to victims. The handles allow victims to maintain a firm and reassuring hold on the rescue buoy.
Harness & Towline
A shoulder harness made from nylon webbing, looped under one arm and over the opposite shoulder, allows the rescuer to tow victims safely to shore without interfering with their swim stroke.
Towlines are generally composed of PE hollow rope and brimmed cotton belt and are approximately 7 feet (84 inches) in length to allow adequate towing distance, discouraging distressed victims from pouncing on rescuers.
Rescue Cans vs. Rescue tubes
Although more soft, flexible rescue tubes have gained popularity at swimming pools over the last 30 years, water rescue cans are still a staple in waterfront rescue equipment.
1) For lifeguards at sea, river, seashore as effective rescue tool when someone is found with falling into water or sinking
2) For surfing, swimming at river, lake, seashore to provide guard in the case of suddenly getting a cramp, or completely exhausted
3) Equipped to the boat, safety patrol vehicles, or located at some area as quick water rescue tools