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New Standard of LV Rescue Kit
The EFO LV Rescue Kit Offers New Improved Features and Added Contents as recommended by Course Training providers. EFO LV Rescue Kits include all the traditional items as well inclusion of a Thermal Accident Shock blanket and CPR Mask. The LV Rescue Crook now features a Double Insulated Fiberglass construction to offer the Highest specification and Superior performance compared to Bent Plastic Options. The EFO Rescue Crook Is Type Tested to 250Kg Load Rating and 10kV Dielectric Test . Our Rescue Kits Also Feature a unique Glow In the Dark Strip Which Illuminates in the event of loss of Light.&..
The New Wall mounted/Portable Rescue Kits are Ideal For Switchboard rooms and Substations. Unlike Traditional Rescue Kits the New EFO Wall mounted Kits come with a Shatterproof ABS case witch offer protection of the contents from harsh conditions & outside influence. Items are separated within the case by clear plastic partitions for quick identification. The O-ring seal ensures a tight seal between the housing to ensure corrosion, waterproof and dust proof protection up to Class IP67. These New Rescue Kits are a Convenient and practical solution. By having the "grab and go" wall mounte..
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