Professional Rescue Boat Is Easy To Operate

- May 05, 2019-

The professional rescue boat has a large deck, approximately nine meters, and is modular in design to accommodate various versions of rescue equipment on the deck.

The professional rescue boat is equipped with advanced modern radar and navigation systems, and the GLONASS satellite navigation system can provide positioning with an accuracy of 10 meters.

The professional rescue boat is equipped with a decompression chamber, which allows people who have just been from the deep water to spend a period of time inside to avoid accidents.

A telescopic crane is installed on the ship, which drives the boom to expand and contract by the action of the cylinder to change the lifting range.

All the systems on board are newly developed, this is another decompression chamber on the deck of a professional rescue boat.

The search range of professional rescue boats is within 60 meters, and various operation modes are also very convenient.

Fire rescue missions can also be carried out at sea if a professional rescue boat is necessary.

Professional rescue boat, including hull, sponge pad, extension ladder, pedal, U-shaped chute, cockpit, hydraulic rod and pod propeller, the hull is equipped with a telescopic ladder at the tail, the extension ladder is a three-stage telescopic structure; The hydraulic telescopic rod is installed inside the ladder. The upper surface of the telescopic ladder is U-shaped chute structure. The person can slide down from the U-shaped chute. The tail of the telescopic ladder is provided with a pedal. The hydraulic rod is installed between the hull tail and the extension ladder. The action of the rod can adjust the angle of the extension ladder; the lower deck of the extension ladder is provided with a sponge pad to protect the person sliding from the U-shaped chute from being bumped; the tail of the hull is equipped with a pod propeller through which the pod is installed. The propeller can keep the hull stable; the diesel hull is installed inside the hull to power the entire ship; the cockpit is provided at the front of the hull, and the pod propulsion and extension ladder can be controlled through the cockpit.