Sunday, 30 December 2012

Thermal protective aids

Thermal protective aids
Thermal protective aids
A thermal protective aid shall be made of waterproof material having a thermal conductance of not more
than 7800 W/(m2.K) and shall be so constructed that, when used to enclose a person, it shall reduce both
the convective and evaporative heat loss from the wearer's body.

™ The thermal protective aid shall:
™ cover the whole body of persons of all sizes wearing a lifejacket with the exception of
™ the face. Hands shall also be covered unless permanently attached gloves are provided;
™ be capable of being unpacked and easily donned without assistance in a survival craft
™ or rescue boat; 
™ permit the wearer to remove it in the water in not more than 2 min, if it impairs ability
™ to swim.

The thermal protective aid shall function properly throughout an air temperature range -30°C to +20°C.
 

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