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Personnel Transfer Baskets

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Personal Transfer Net X-904
The X-904 is the safest and the most advanced transfer device on the market today. Three important features set the X-904 apart: man positioning, overhead protection and side impact protection.

The X-904 unique Man Positioning System Provides the rider a sense of security while still affording the ability to immediately depart from the device. As riders board the X-904, they fasten a quick release lanyard to their work vest. The lanyard stabilises the rider in position should he become dizzy or disoriented during the transfer.

The expanded metal top is incorporated in the desk protect the rider from falling objects and the riders are safe inside of the device where they are protected by ncapsulated stainless steel cables which form the rigging of the X-904.
Key Features
Capacity: 4, 6, 8, 10 & 12 persons available Certification: ABS Storage: Collapsible Floor: Shock absorbing & non-slip Frame: Lightweight Aluminium Rope: Double braid polydacron coated with
   urethane with stain less wire rope center
Accessories: 20 ft. stabilizer & load line
   included
Streacher Space: Yes Overhead Protection: Yes
Tag Line Code: T01116
Storage Cover Code: T01111
Carabiner for Tag Line Code: T01117
Stabilizer Code: T01118
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Personal Transfer Net X-871
The Billy Pugh Personnel Basket X-871 has been the symbol of the offshore oil and gas industry for over 50 years. It has set the standard for safety and efficiency in crane transfers.

It is still a very popular and effective device for offshore transfer of personnel and it’s commonly used in almost every major marine oil and gas market in the world.
Key Features
Capacity: 4, 6, 8, 10 & 12 persons available Certification: ABS Storage: Collapsible Floor: Shock absorbing & non-slip Frame: Lightweight Aluminium Rope: Double braid polydacron coated with
   urethane with stain less wire rope center
Accessories: 20 ft. stabilizer & load line
   included
Streacher Space: Yes Overhead Protection: Yes

Swing ropes

Billy Pugh Company provides many types of high performance knotted escape ropes and swing ropes that may be used in nearly any rigging or lifting application. Please see the descriptions bellow and contact our sales team to help determine which type of rope is right for you!

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Swing Ropes
The standard Billy Pugh Swing Rope is a ¾” polydacron rope with 5 knots, spaced 2 feet apart. The rope is dipped in liquid polyurethane.

It is prepared with a stainless steel thimble and eye splice on one end and all swing ropes can accommodate a carabiner. Customized sizes are available upon request.
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Donut Descent Device

Patented design, Light-weight for tertiary means od escape. The patented Donuts is a simple, Light weight device designed as a tertiary means of escape at sea and on land. Units have deen deployed in the field for over 22 years from the extreme heat conditions of the middle East, Far East and Australia to the extreme cold of Canada and Russia.

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Donut Descent Device
  • 1. Harness
  • 2. Containment Bag
  • 3. Descender
  • 4. High Strength Tape
  • 5. Wire Strop
  • 6. Life Raft Strop
  • 7. UnitQuick Release Mechanism
  • Patented design, light-weight for tertiary means of escape
    The patented Donut is a simple, lightweight device designed as a tertiary means of escape at sea and on land. Units have been deployed in the field for over 22 years from the extreme heat conditions of the Middle East, Far East and Australia to the extreme cold of Canada and Russia.
    Product Highlights
    The Donut enables personnel to escape by means of Individual Controlled Descent once the device has been attached to a handrail or other load bearing structure. It can be used for:

    Guided Escape to a Liferaft
    The Donut has been designed to assist an evacuation to a liferaft by incorporating a strop, which is attached to the liferaft painter line. The painter line acts as a guide, during descent, for entry into the liferaft.

    Escape From Drill Derricks & Cranes
    Donut provides a means of evacuation from areas of entrapment such as cranes and derricks. The unit can be stored in these areas for use, or hand carried to the workplace as required.

    Injured Party Rescue
    The Donut can be simply adapted to enable the evacuation of an injured person either seated in the harness or fixed to a stretcher. The injured person can then be lowered in a controlled manner.
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    Cargo Net
    Code: T04101
    A cargo net, usually square or rectangle, is used in transferring cargo to and from ships.
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    Scramble Net
    Code: T04102
    A Scramble net is fixed to the rail or deck for quick deployment, and for easy rolled up storage. In the event of an emergency, the scramble net allows a large number of crew and passengers to disembark. They usually come with spreader bars made of wood, fibreglass, aluminium etc.
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    Helideck Net
    Code: T04104
    Helideck Nets are used on the offshore helicopter landing decks, oil rigs and platforms where more friction and support is required. The purpose of these nets is to prevent the Helicopter from rolling and pitching off the helipads.
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    Gangway Safety Net
    Code: T04103
    The Gangway and Accomodation Ladder safety netting must be fitted under every part of the ladder, extending on both sides, and must be kept taut at all times.
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    Pilot Ladders
    Code: T03101
    Pilot ladders remain the most safe and efficient way to board ships at sea. Nevertheless, a number of pilots have died/been injured due to defects in the ladder treads, side ropes or a lack of proper attachment of the ladder to the vessel. As per IMO, Shipping companies have a legal obligation to ensure that their ladders are SOLAS compliant, replacement ladders are readily available on board, and their seafarers receive necessary training.
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    Embarkation Ladder
    Code: T03102
    The SOLAS convention requires ladders at survival craft embarkation stations to provide a safe means of climbing down the ship's’ side when a vessel is at an excessive heel angle or abandoning when at sea in adverse conditions.
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    Ladder Accessories
    Pilot ladders remain the most safe and efficient way to board ships at sea. Nevertheless, a number of pilots have died/been injured due to defects in the ladder treads, side ropes or a lack of proper attachment of the ladder to the vessel. As per IMO, Shipping companies have a legal obligation to ensure that their ladders are SOLAS compliant, replacement ladders are readily available on board, and their seafarers receive necessary training.

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    Standard Unit
    Code: T05101
    The Standard unit is suitable for most vessels with up to 4.5m freeboard. It’s simply fixed to the deck or rail to enable deployment within seconds.
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    FRC Kit
    Code: T05102
    The FRC Kit is suitable for all Fast Rescue Craft. It consists of a Jason’s Cradle with stowage bag and a fixing kit that enables the cradle to be deployed on both port and starboard sides.
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    Scramble Net
    Code: T05103
    The Scramble net is suitable for high sided vessels, rescue zones & mass recovery. Large numbers of passengers & crew may also disembark in the event of an emergency.
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    Stretcher Unit
    Code: T03104
    The Stretcher unit is most universally accepted method of rescuing a casualty from water. The horizontal recovery position assists in enabling the casualty’s blood to remain in the upper torso. minimizing fatal effects of Circum Rescue Collapse.
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