Our company is highly acclaimed in offering a wide range of Life Saving Appliance. The wide range of Marine Life Saving Equipment offered by us include EPIRB, SART, NAVTEX, GMDSS Walkie Talkies, SSA, Life Buoy, Life Jacket, Life Raft, Life Boat, Rescue Boat, Rescue Davits, Gemini boats, and Rafting Boats.
We bring forth an impregnable range of SART (Search and Rescue Transponder).
The device operate in the 9 ghz marine radar band designed for application in search and rescue (sar) operations. This system offers most accurate services with almost zero rate of misinformation. Our products are highly sensitive to sound and vibration, durable and resistant decays for a long haul time
Our company is highly acclaimed in offering a wide range of EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon). This system is a satellite distress beacon designed for operation in conjunction with small and lightweight, a slim line fully enclosed float free housing. The entire range is fitted with a global distress alerting and satellite location. The high grade EPIRB offered by us is appreciated for its unique features such as reliability, cost effectiveness and is very easy to use and maintain
We bring forth an impregnable range of Navtex Marine Equipment. Navtex is a system for the broadcast and automatic reception of maritime safety information by means of a narrow-band direct-printing telegraphy. Navtex provides shipping with navigational and meteorological warnings and urgent information through automatic printouts from a dedicated receiver
The sea view dual AIS/GPS receiver from seven star works with chart plotters and charting software for laptops and PDAS, and shows 'contacts' and their id and course on the plotter display. You can see who else is within your vicinity, even if they are behind another object! (headland, island, ship)
AIS is the mariner's most significant development in navigation safety since the introduction of radar. The system was originally developed as a collision avoidance tool to enable commercial vessels to ‘see' each other more clearly in all conditions and improve the helmsman's information about his surrounding environment. AIS does this by continuously transmitting a vessels identity, position, speed and course, along with other relevant information to all other AIS equipped vessels within range. Combined with a shore station, this system also offers port authorities and maritime safety bodies the ability to manage maritime traffic and reduce the hazards of marine navigation.