SECUMAR MYSTIC, 15670, SINGLE 150N, INFLATABLE LIFEJACKET, ISO 12402 Personal Flotation Device

  • Product Code: MYSTIC ISO 12402 Personal Flotation Device
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ISO 12402 lifejacket

ISO 12402 Personal Flotation Devices 


(Automatic and Manual) Inflatable Lifejacket category 150 N

P/N: 15670

Buoyancy: approx. 165 N

Colour: Black

Weight: approx. 0.80 kg

CO2‐cartridge : 32 g CO2‐Cartridge (P/N 927)

Approvals : DIN EN ISO 12402‐3 DIN EN ISO 12401

Size : > 50 kg body weight 70 to 135 cm chest measurement

1. General Description/Application

Universal application, for inland waterways, in‐shore and off‐shore waters, shipyards.

This life jackets is equipped with an integrated safety harness.

2. Equipment Design and Function

The patented folding method of the ultra‐light lifejacket provides a comfortable fit. The neck is folded in such a

way as to allow complete freedom of movement for all activities. The lifejacket consists of a single buoyancy

chamber with a protective cover. When the lifejacket is inflated, the back strap adjusts automatically and ensures

an optimal fit. The life jacket is equipped with an integrated safety harness and stainless steel D‐ring. Available

with manual or fully automatic inflation device.

3. Features

Extremely light weight

 The lifejacket fits snugly to the body, non‐bulky.

 The lifejacket is easy to don with a front‐closing stainless steel buckle

 covers DIN EN ISO 12402‐3

4. Technical Data:

 Buoyancy chamber:

o polyurethane coated fabric, high frequency welded (HF)

o buoyancy approx. 165 N

o the buoyancy chamber is covered with 300 cm2 marine grade retro‐reflecting tape (3M®)

o color of buoyancy chamber: yellow

o fitted with an oral inflation tube and valve

 Inflation system/gas:

o Fully automatic inflation device type SECUMATIC 3001 S (patented)

o designed with integrated manual release

o with indicator for thread depth/torque safe‐tying of CO2 cylinder

o activated by SECUMAR pill

o gas‐cylinder, contents 32 g CO2, easy to reload

 Protective Stole

o integrated safety harness (acc. DIN EN ISO 12401)

o lifting becket (3.2 kN)

Material : Nylon fabric

Color : Black

Closed by : Velcro fastener

Buckle : stainless steel buckle

 Straps:

o The lifejacket is adjusted by means of a waist and back strap.

o It is optionally equipped with an integrated safety harness.

 Instructions for use/Labelling

o Each lifejacket is equipped with an instruction amd maintenance manual.

o The labelling is in accordance with DIN EN ISO 12402‐3.

5. Equipment

 Whistle : Two‐tone‐whistle

 Rescue strap : The lifejacket is equipped with a lifting becket (320 daN lifting capacity).

6. Parameters of use:

 Temperature range:

o Storage : ‐54° C to +70° C

o Operation : ‐10° C to +70° C

Inflatable Work Vest

inflatable lifevest

(Automatic and Manual) Inflatable Lifejacket category 150 N

Buoyancy : approx. 165 N

Colour : Black

Weight : approx. 0.80 kg

CO2‐cartridge : 32 g CO2‐Cartridge (P/N 927)

Approvals : DIN EN ISO 12402‐3 DIN EN ISO 12401

Size : > 50 kg body weight 70 to 135 cm chest measurement


  • Extremely light weight
  • The lifejacket fits snugly to the body, non‐bulky.
  • The lifejacket is easy to don with a front‐closing stainless steel buckle
  • covers DIN EN ISO 12402‐3



The ISO 12402 series for personal flotation devices (lifejackets and buoyancy aids) was prepared by the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) Technical Committee CEN/TC 162, Protective clothing including hand and arm protection and lifejackets, in collaboration with Technical Committee ISO/TC 188, Small craft, in accordance with the Agreement on technical cooperation between ISO and CEN (Vienna Agreement).

ISO 12402 consists of the following parts, under the general title Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs):

  • Part 2: Lifejackets, performance level 275 — Safety requirements
  • Part 3: Lifejackets, performance level 150 — Safety requirements
  • Part 4: Lifejackets, performance level 100 — Safety requirements
  • Part 5: Buoyancy aids (level 50) — Safety requirements
  • Part 6: Special purpose lifejackets and buoyancy aids — Safety requirements and additional test methods
  • Part 7: Materials and components — Safety requirements and test methods
  • Part 8: Accessories — Safety requirements and test methods
  • Part 9: Test methods

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies (ISO member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out through ISO technical committees. Each member body interested in a subject for which a technical committee has been established has the right to be represented on that committee. International organizations, governmental and non-governmental, in liaison with ISO, also take part in the work. ISO collaborates closely with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) on all matters of electrotechnical standardization. International Standards are drafted in accordance with the rules given in the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2.

NOAH is a ISO Certified (Lifejacket) Servicing Centre

T: (+65) 6266788 | E: SERVICE2@NOAH.COM.SG | W: WWW.NOAH.COM.SG



Lifejackets need a service too

Where the safety of peoples’ lives is concerned, regular inspection of the equipment concerned is absolutely essential. This also applies to lifejackets. Natural aging process can influence the properties of the material and also the functioning of the automatic inflator system is not immune to possible damage (among other things operational errors). In other words: the life of a lifejacket must be limited. The corresponding time frame has been set at 10 years, a decision borne authoritatively by the members of the German Association for Sea Rescue Equipment (FSR), and which complies with the law of safety and product liability.

A prerequisite for this lifetime is an inspection of the lifejacket by an authorized servicing station or the manufacturer at least every two years.

Safety as a visible sign

Regular inspection is documented by the FSR-Service-Sticker, which, similarly to a car’s MOT sticker, signalizes the month and year of the next service due.


The regular system check by the expert comprises testing the buoyancy chamber for air leaks as well as a scrutinizing check of the fully automatic inflation system. Moreover, within the framework of this SERVICE we can offer:

  • Repair
    Removal of any defects discovered in the course of the inspection as well as replacement of the complete protective cover or buoyancy chamber.
  • Conversion / Optional extras
    Converting from manual release to automatic inflation, adding a spray hood, installation of an emergency light and further signalling accessories.

Receipt of the new FSR-Service-Sticker confirms, so to speak, the correct functioning of the rescue equipment and always reminds you of the Date of the next inspection, the sticker being clearly visible from the outside.

WSH Alert Accident Notification, 26 February 2021: Worker fell off pilot ladder into sea 


The industry is reminded to conduct a comprehensive Risk Assessment for all work activities related to vessel embarkation and disembarkation. Precautions must be taken to prevent workers from falling into water. Where possible, always select a safer method (e.g. use of vessel gangways) for embarkation or disembarkation. If pilot ladders must be used, ensure workers are physically fit for the task and sufficiently confident before allowing them to proceed. Safe Work Procedures must be established to guide workers on the safe use of pilot ladders. Employers of workers exposed to the risk of falling into water must provide suitable life vest to keep the workers afloat in the event they fall into the water. Workers should be trained on the importance and correct manner of donning the life vest. Instruct workers not to attempt embarking or disembarking a vessel when conditions are not favourable (e.g. heavy rain, strong winds and/or choppy waters). If conditions are good, then embarking/disembarking may proceed only when the passenger launch is in position.

WSH Alert, 4 July 2022 [Fatal Accident] Worker fell into sea while boarding service boat





MPA guidelines for safe transfer of persons between vessels at anchorages recommends the use of a working SOLAS type life jacket or a lifejacket meeting ISO 12402 Personal Floatation Devices performance level 100 or higher.

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