Norsafe's range of survival products
is among the most advanced in the world.
Their research and development center in
Arendal is managed by some of the best and
most experienced Survival System Engineers
in the world. Products include lifeboats,
rescue boats, daughter crafts, free fall
boats and MOB boats.
products are tested and approved by major
classification societies and national authorities.
lifeboats undergo the most stringent fire
tests. During tests, the outside temperature
will be approximately 200 degrees centigrade
while the temperatures inside the lifeboats
will be registered at a comfortable 27 degrees
centigrade. The lifeboat will have only
minor scars in the outer shell after 10
minutes in the oil fire.
products are manufactured by skilled craftsmen,
using the best materials and technology.
The quality control is guaranteed by their
experienced engineers, some of them with
more than 15 years in the lifeboat development
(US Service Representative
repair and upgrading of all types and makes
of lifeboats and rescueboats is available.
Norsafe AS has a separate workshop for repair
and upgrading in Norway as well as servicemen
and engineers available for travel world
wide at short notice.
18/ 25/ 30/ 40/ 50 feet, capacities: 23/
34 / 40/ 60/ 90 persons
free fall boats can be launched from a
skid, the GES50 from heights up to 38
was the first skid launched free fall
installation in the UK sector of the North
free fall boats have stern door entrance,
center aisle and normal raised back, padded
Norsafe boats are made in GRP with low
weights and competitive prices
fall systems for installation on ships,
platforms and FPSO's
6.7/ 7.4/ 8.85/ 10.0/ 10.7m
32/ 50/ 70/ 80/ 90 persons
for up to 150 persons (10.8m)
sizes rigid GRP-boats with inboard diesel
and waterjet or outboard for ships and
5.0 m "MIDGET", 6.15m "MERLIN",
6.55m "MAKO", 7.5m "MAGNUM",
and 10.0m/12.0m "MUNIN" daughtercraft.
6.7m TELB, " MINA" was the very
first lifeboat type approved by Det Norske
Veritas as a combined lifeboat/rescueboat
in accordance with DNV regulations and