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Marine Ship and Offshore safety and fire equipment are essential for passenger and cargo ships, offshore equipment, and fishing and yacht boats.


As a Fire Protection Consultant and Contractor, PSB Fire Engineers provide SOLAS / MED certification for marine and maritime safety equipment for everything from small boats to commercial vessels, life jackets, life jackets, life jackets, wetsuits, lifeguards, buoys, basket transport and more. We offer a wide range of sailor rescue equipment.


PSB Fire Engineers' export activities are expanding worldwide, including Europe, the Middle East, United Arab Emirates, Africa, Asia, Australia and the United States. Our marine safety and rescue equipment is SOLAS compliant and has an EC, CCS, ABS, or CE certificate.

Immersion Suit


Wet immersion suit approved by SOLAS code LSA MSC 81/70. They are designed for general merchant ships and protect against hypothermia in cold water. The wet immersion is equipped with a waterproof zipper, waterproof hood, whistle, reflective tape, neoprene pocket and gloves.

Inflatable Life Raft


Inflatable life rafts are essential survival equipment for yachts to commercial ships. SOLAS certified emergency life raft with EC and CCS certification. The range of rescue vehicles includes disposable, davit-launched, self-driving, open and reversible rescue vehicles.

Life Jackets


PSB Fire Engineers offers a wide range of life jackets including SOLAS life jackets for commercial ships, three-piece PVC foam life jackets for offshore work, marine work jackets, inflatable life jackets and neoprene life jackets for entertainment purposes. We also provide OEM service for custom life jackets.

Self Contained Breathing Apparatus


The volume of air contained in the SCBA cylinders should be at least 1,200 litres, which shall be capable of providing air for at least 30 minutes. Two spare charges suitable for use with the apparatus should be provided for each apparatus required.

There are two major types of SCBA that are in use today – the Open Circuit SCBA and the Closed Circuit SCBA. The main difference between the two is that the former one is used for rescue operations that tend to be very long.

Spare Compressed Air Cylinder


The capacity of the air bottle should be at least 1200 litres. It should be capable of working for 30 minutes & provided with one face mask. A fireproof line with a snap hook of at least 3 meters should be there and must have enough length to reach any part of the space to be entered.

Fire Extinguisher


MED-approved fire extinguishers are permitted for heavy-duty marine environments such as container ships and oil platforms, as they have passed extensive testing to receive the prestigious "ships wheel" logo.

Fire extinguishers are further classified into handheld fire extinguishers and truck fire extinguishers (also known as wheel fire extinguishers). We supply Fire extinguisher accessories with CE, CCS, CCC, and MED certification.

Storz Coupling Wrench


Spanners are used for loosening hose to hose connections or hose to appliances and hardware.

Fire Hose


Fire hoses required to be provided under these rules shall not exceed 18 metres in length in ships having 9 moulded breadth of 27 metre or more, where the length of fire hoses for exterior locations and for cargo spaces shall not exceed 27 meters in length, which shall be made of closely woven flax canvas.

Line Thrower


Line throwers are used to drain cable and rope pilot lines during rescue operations at sea. It can be used between ships, from shore to shore, or from ship to shore, and to rescue personnel.


The Line Launcher is a robust device consisting of a waterproof plastic container with an integrated handle and trigger mechanism, a solid-fuel rocket, and a 300-meter line. The user removes the safety pin to activate it, holds the device firmly and presses the trigger.

Helicopter Crash Equipment


A responsible person should be appointed to ensure that the helideck rescue equipment is checked and maintained regularly. Rescue equipment should be stored in clearly marked and secure watertight cabinets or chests. An inventory checklist of equipment should be held inside each helideck crash rescue equipment cabinet/chest.

Helideck Safety Net


Helideck Nets are used on the offshore helicopter landing decks, oil rigs and platforms where more friction and support are required. The purpose of these nets is to prevent the Helicopter from rolling, skidding and pitching off the helipads.

The use of fibre rope is to avoid issues with rust and damage. The helideck landing net provides friction and grip for when the helicopter lands on the helipad.

Personnel Transfer Basket


The personnel transfer basket is intended for offshore transfer, which enhances safety levels for personnel being lifted from oil rigs and ships. Our personal transfer baskets are manufactured under the ABS equipment type approval program. ABS certification can be requested at an additional cost.

Life Float & Life Buoys

Floats and lifebuoys are SOLAS compliant and ideal for commercial vessels. They help people survive an emergency as they can provide extra buoyancy until they can be rescued. In addition, we offer recreational lifebuoys and lifeboats.

Basket Stretcher


The basket stretcher is widely used in special emergency situations, such as in the mountains and offshore marine applications. With specific sling equipment, the rescue stretcher is ideal for lifting and transporting by helicopter. The stretcher is approved by CE certificate.

Emergency Escape Breathing Device


EEBD is only for emergency escape from a dangerous area, not for fire fighting or any other purpose, but SCBA is for fire fighting, used while handling dangerous cargo and for dealing with other


All cargo ships must carry at least 2 EEBD in the accommodation area. All passenger ships must have at least two EEBD in main vertical zones. For vessels carrying more than 36 passengers, two EEBD's are additionally required in each central vertical zone.

Fireman Suit


According to Chapter II-2, regulation, an additional two firefighter's outfits shall be provided on tankers.

Each fireman's outfit must consist of one self-contained breathing apparatus, one lifeline with a belt or a suitable harness, one flashlight, one flame safety lamp, one rigid helmet, boots and gloves, protective clothing, and one fire ax.

Fireman Lifeline


For each breathing apparatus, a fireproof lifeline of at least 30 m in length shall be provided. The lifeline shall successfully pass an approval test by a statical load of 3.5 kN for 5 min without failure.

Put the fireproof lifeline safety harness under the arm and tighten the slide fastener to a suitable position. From the window or platform, facing the wall with a fireproof lifeline to fall. After landing, quickly loosen the slide of the fireproof lifeline, take off the seat belt and leave the site.

Fire Hose Nozzle


Fire Hose and Nozzles: Fire hoses with a length of at least 10 meters are used in ships. The number and diameter of the hoses are determined by the classification society. The nozzle of diameters 12 m, 16 m and 19 m used on the ship are of dual-purpose types- Jet and spray mode.

Storz Coupling


Storz couplings are often used and designated as fire hose couplings. These couplings are ideal for working with water and other fluids, while users can also use them as connecting couplings for connecting other hose types.

You identify the Storz coupling size by measuring the distance between the two lugs, also called the Lug Distance.



EPIRB, or emergency position-indicating radio signs, are distress signals used by seafarers around the world to warn them that they are in distress with search and rescue (SAR) personnel. EPIRB broadcasts a 406MHz distress signal containing a unique 15-digit identification number to the CospasSarsat satellite system (a government-operated system, so there is no subscription fee).

Prohibited Landing Marker


The facility may prohibit the operation of helicopters for specific operational or technical reasons. If the heliport cannot be used in these situations, the "closed" state of the heliport must be indicated using a no-landing marker in accordance with CAP 437 Aviation and Air Traffic Control Regulations. Only the letter "H" is covered by TD / PM.

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