An important attribute of this new system is that just one person, clearly a key factor in a lightly crewed vessel, can deploy it.
By lifting a MOB Hoist vertically can cause a rapid drop in blood pressure, greatly increasing the chances of cardiac failure and neurological malfunctions, but MOB Hoist significantly reduces such risks – and the potential problems caused by the effects of immersion hypothermia – by maintaining the casualty in a constant horizontal position during and after recovery.
The main component of MOB Hoist is its dual function cradle which can be used to either hoist and roll the MOB up the freeboard, level with the deck and back on to the craft, or to operate as a boarding ladder with hand holds to allow quick and easy access back onto the vessel
Avoid possibly fatal medical complications due to lifting victims from the water vertically when affected by immersion and hypothermia.
- Lightweight, compact and easy to use .
- Avoid possibly fatal medical complications due to lifting victims from the water vertically when affected by immersion and hypothermia.
- An integral boarding ladder which can be used by able bodied victims.
- Made from rot-resistant mesh.
- Packed in a valise.
How to use
|Take out this parts from the valise.||Attache this parts to loop of hypohoist.||Coil snap hook and rope assembly around the railing.|
|Fix all the parts on the railing.||Use as a ladder.||If victim is unable to help get abord, use hoisting tackle or hand.|