Canada’s Shockwave Seats launches new module

Shockwave S5 Shockwave's new S5 suspension unit will be showcased at Seawork in July

Canada’s Shockwave Seats has recently launched a new marine suspension module for the commercial marine industry – the Shockwave S5, which is suited to a variety of applications.

Shockwave has designed and manufactured suspension seating for the premier marine vessels globally for many years. The Shockwave S5 manufactured can be installed in virtually any type and age of craft.

The S5 is built with certified MIG & TIG welded component with 316 stainless steel hardware, the modules have full adjustable Rock Shox 4 inch travel, together with low stiction progressive and external bump-stop suspension, providing crew comfort and avoid torso stress.

Founder, David Smith, comments, “It’s crazy to me how many people don’t have suspension seating on their craft,” he continues, “this inexpensive suspension unit allows users to feel better and travel farther, all with diminished fear of injury.”

The new Shockwave S5 is now on the market throughout North America and worldwide.

Shockwave will be exhibiting with its partners which includes fellow exhibitor, Zodiac, at Seawork in Southampton, UK, 3-5 July 2018. Visit for more information.

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