MD3188

Mustang MD3188 Inflatable Work Vest

Mustang MD3188 Inflatable Work Vest

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With a comfortable and low-profile fit, the Inflatable Work Vest offers enhanced mobility and reduced heat stress, with added safety of extra flotation.

Features

  • Provides 35 lb of buoyancy when inflated
  • 5-year maintenance-free inflator with status indicator window
  • CO2 cylinder is contained inside cell to protect against corrosion
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Available exclusively from Mustang Survival, the Inflatable Work Vest is the first of its kind. Designed by Mustang's Innovation & Technology experts and built for serious users with exclusive technology, Mustang Survival has pioneered the standards for inflatable work vests.

With a comfortable and low-profile fit, the Mustang Survival Inflatable Work Vest offers enhanced mobility and reduced heat stress, allowing crews and professionals to work more efficiently throughout the day. Its 35lb buoyancy rating also means they'll have the added safety of extra flotation when they need it.

Made for the most severe marine environments, the Mustang Survival Inflatable Work Vest contains Hydrostatic Inflator Technology that offers reliable inflation in a low maintenance design that will only automatically inflate when submerged in 4 or more inches of water, and not inadvertently due to rain, spray or humidity. This technology is exclusive to Mustang Survival in North America and maintenance-free for 5 years or until inflated. The product also features the patented SecureZip closure system to ensure the Vest will stay closed during even the most rigorous activity and still open effortlessly upon inflation.

Ideal for constant wear situations, hot, humid conditions and high mobility requirements.
  • USCG Work Vest (APPROVAL PENDING)
  • Povides 35 lb of buoyancy when inflated - twice the flotation of foam work vests
  • 1F auto hydrostatic inflator technology protects against inadvertent inflation
  • 5-year maintenance-free inflator with status indicator window
  • Durable PU-coated nylon shell offers improved puncture and abrasion resistance
  • Custom-molded inflator cover reduces wear and protects inflator cap
  • SecureZip closure features recessed zipper to protect teeth from oil, grease and other contaminants
  • CO2 cylinder is contained inside cell to protect against corrosion
  • Retro-reflective SOLAS Tape on front & back outer shell
  • Strobe light holder, safety whistle and additional SOLAS reflective tape visible when inflated
  • Lightweight and comfortable design
  • Coated neoprene neck cushion for improved comfort
  • Offers greater mobility than foam work vests
  • Reduced heat stress
  • Includes back-up oral inflation tube and manual activation cord
  • Easy-to-clean fabrics
  • Universal Adult [16 yrs + / 80lb+] with chest size 30"-52"
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