Don't miss the deadline

Order the SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter radio now to ensure you comply with SOLAS Chapter II-2. Protecting more than your crew.

Countdown to SOLAS Chapter II-2 Deadline: July 2018

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January
By now you should understand the factors involved. If not, download the whitepaper here.
February
You should know the scope of your requirements, such as how many radios, shipping locations, etc.
March
You should have your budget approved and be ready to proceed.
April
You need to have shortlisted your equipment selection and suppliers.
May
You should have placed a firm order to guarantee timely delivery and installation.
June
It is time to bring your Fire Fighter radios onboard. Don’t miss the deadline. Don’t be grounded!

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Don't miss the deadline

SOLAS Chapter II-2 requires every SOLAS-regulated ship built after 1st July 2014 to have the right fire safety equipment in place by 1st July 2018. Non-complying vessels can be detained, incurring significant costs and delays to their shipping schedule.

  • Each Fire Party on board must have at least 2 dedicated UHF handheld radios
  • All firefighting radios must meet SOLAS regulatory standards
  • Failing this can result in ports detaining each contravening vessel
  • Port fees can exceed $20,000 - $30,000 USD per day
  • Cost of delays to shipping schedules can exceed USD $100,000 per day
  • Fires can occur anytime, so you need the right equipment on board right now

Don't be grounded

The SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter radio has been specifically designed for SOLAS Chapter II-2 and to maximise fire safety at sea.  No other radio goes further or does more to help keep your crews and vessels safe no matter what the conditions.

  • Heavy-duty IP67 portable UHF radio
  • ATEX Class II 2 G Ex ib IIB T4
  • IEC 60945 maritime approved
  • Easy-to-read display for channel identification
  • Optional pre-charged battery for emergency use
  • UHF frequency for optional coverage below deck
  • Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System (CTCSS) for secure group communications
  • Built-in audio feedback as standard
  • Large tactile buttons for easy operation
  • Red colour for quick identification and purpose

 

 

   

Protecting More Than Your Crew