Hansen Protection Sea Wind III Work Suit

MFR PART NO - 85380-11250

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Comfortable suit for demanding conditions. Designed with focus on ergonomics, weight and comfort without compromise. Sea Wind has been certified by SOLAS, ISO and EASA (triple certified). As such it has been approved for most any demanding work situation. No other survival suit can claim to be suitable for such a wide range of applications as the Sea Wind concept. The suit is approved for work, shipping and helicopter transport. To achieve the helicopter transport approval, the suit is fitted with a thermal lining, and it must be worn with a Sea Lion Europe lifejacket.

Its many details, great flexibility and wide range of applications makes this Norwegian made suit from Hansen Protection the first choice for many occupational groups and professionals, not least for use in the demanding conditions that is part of the service and maintenance of wind turbines and offshore oil & gas installations.


  • Ergonomic – Y-construction with maximum freedom of movement
  • Breathability – durable fabrics with highly breathable properties from Gore-Tex
  • Lightweight – made as a shell suit to reduce weight
  • Ventilation – adjustable neck-seal to enhance ventilation in non-exposed situations
  • Pockets- roomy pockets
  • For easy integration with safety equipment such as harness and/or life-jacket, the suit is “clean” on both chest and back
  • Diagonal front zip in soft
  • Cuff-cover on sleeves
  • Gaiter on lower legs with roomy pockets
  • Pockets – roomy pockets constructed with mesh to enhance the breathable properties of the fabric, placed to ensure ease of access
  • Must be used with a lifejacket approved for the user area
  • For easy integration with safety equipment such as harness and/or Sea Lion lifejacket, the suit is “clean” on both chest and back
  • The suit fulfils the requirements of the IMO / Solas LSA code as an uninsulated (1 hour) suit, and ISO 15027-1 as a Class D immersion/quick donning suit (without lining)
  • Sea Wind III fulfils the requirements for a Class B suit (4 hours thermal protection) according to ISO 15027 and also ETSO regulations (when used with a lining).
EN ISO 15027-1:2012 Class B (when worn with thermal lining) EN ISO 15027-1:2012 Class D (when worn without thermal lining) Solas ETSO (when worn with thermal lining)


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