Our PU and Neoprene immersion suits are state of the art with superior functionality, durability and comfort. Neoprene immersion suits in stretchable, flame retardant 5 mm neoprene are offered in several models fulfilling the latest safety requirements.
Important information regarding hypothermia
Hypothermia occurs when the body’s temperature drops below normal, specifically when the core temperature drops below 35 degrees Celsius (95° F). As the temperature drops, there is a gradual reduction in muscle coordination and movement.
Consciousness is reduced and a loss of consciousness can occur when the body’s core temperature drops to approx. 30-32 degrees Celsius (86-90° F).
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