Nauticalia signs up
Best known for its leisure marine products, Nauticalia is bringing equipment suitable for the commercial marine industry to Seawork for the first time in 2014, including torches, non-slip matting and the Sea-Searcher Recovery Magnet.
The Coast range of torches offers the latest military and LED technology and ‘bombproof’ aluminium construction. At full power (1132 lumens), the Coast Ultra-distance HP314 Torch will throw a pure white beam, with no blemishes, ring or dark spots, almost half a mile.
Also from Nauticalia is the Sea-Searcher Recovery Magnet, of which over a million have been sold to police, navies, rescue forces and yachtsmen all over the world.
The Ecoblast Foghorn is powered entirely by compressed air and is louder than most of its competitors. It never need refills, as it can be recharged using the mini hand pump supplied or a tyre inflation compressor, and is 100% environmentally friendly.
Marketing Manager Aidan Wallace remarks: “We hope to see those responsible for purchasing day-to-day equipment used by construction, search & rescue and security crews at Seawork 2014.”
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