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LSC Receives CASA Approval for Quick Strops

Lifesaving Systems Corp. is pleased to announce that our Quick Strops, #214-A and #214-SAP-A, have received Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) ATSO-C1003 approval. Currently in use around the world, the quick strop has been used on countless rescues and is available to all rescue organizations. Constructed of MIL-SPEC webbing and stainless steel hardware, the …

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Image of swimmer in TRITON made prior to TSO-C167

LSC Receives FAA Approval for TRITON Vest

Lifesaving Systems Corp is pleased to announce that our TRITON Vest – when integrated with an FAA Approved TRITON Harness (#497-T) –  has received FAA approval under TSO-C13G.  This finalizes an extensive two-plus year effort in achieving FAA approval for the most proven maritime helicopter rescue harness in the industry.  The TRITON, originally developed for …

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AQUA-SIRIUS Long Range Strobe Gains FAA Approval

Lifesaving Systems Corp is pleased to announce that our Aqua-Sirius long range strobe light (#641-LRS) has received FAA approval under TSO-C85B- Survivor Locator Lights.  This approval was sought so that we can use the device as the strobe light for our TRITON Harness as part of the FAA Approval for the vest.  Our efforts in …

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LSC nyutvikler D-LOK

  Lifesaving Systems har omformet dobbeltlåsfestet til heisekroken D-LOK basert på tilbakemeldinger fra kunder og problemer knyttet til dynamisk utrulling, samt den stadige utviklingen av metoden for helikopterredning og utstyr som brukes av våre kunder. For fullt ut å forstå årsakene til designendringen passer det seg med en oppsummering av produktutviklingen og helikopter-heisekroker generelt. Krokens …

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LSC Redesigns the D-LOK

(Les denne artikkelen på norsk) Lifesaving Systems has redesigned the double-locking gate for our D-LOK hoist hook in response to customer feedback and issues relating to dynamic rollout and the ever-changing tactics in helicopter rescue and and equipment utilized by our customers.  To fully understand the reasons behind the design change, a history of the …

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The Next Bright Idea – the SIRIUS-LRS Available Now

I’ve always said that my favorite nighttime signalling device is one that isn’t  Coast Guard approved.  A good waterproof LED flashlight, with its focused beam, can reach out to any light you can see in the sky.  If you can see a boat on the horizon or helicopter searching a focused flash light will definitely …

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D-Lok Hoist Hook

Go Army! AED Approves LSC Hoist Hooks

Following extensive evaluation by the U.S. Army’s Aviation Engineering Directorate (AED), the most popular hoist hook in the world is now available for use on U.S. Army Helicopters.  The D-Lok Hook, the first hook designed to eliminate the possibility of dynamic rollout from the hoist hook, has seen action around the world and is now …

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Packing Your Vest: Why Signalling Strobes Belong on the Outside

When LSC designed the Low Profile Flotation Collar (LPFC), it was in response to a real need for helicopter aviators: the need to look around. Where the collar crosses over the shoulders the collar is only 6mm thick when properly packed. This allows a flyer with a helmet to easily turn their head without making …

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