SOLAS Red Handheld Flare
Features telescoping handle making it compact and space-saving when stowed in a liferaft. Easily extended and pull wire operated. This high-intensity signal burns for 60 seconds and produces a signal with 15,000 candlepower. This is the perfect signal to help rescuers pinpoint your exact position. Will not produce hot residue harmful to inflatable life rafts.
Packed in 4-Color Carton with Hang Tag
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Item Number: 813
Weight: 8 oz
Dimensions: 1.4 x 1.4 x 10.5
Packages Per Carton: 6
Dot Class: 1.4G UN0403
Net Explosive Weight: 26 grams per pack
Ex Number: EX2004110275
USCG & SOLAS Approved For Day or Night Use
WARNINGS / CAUTIONS
- Aerial and handheld flares are for outdoor emergency signaling only. These are not toys, misuse can result in death/serious injury. Signal launchers launch burning flares at high velocity. Handheld flares produce hot flame and/or dense smoke.
- Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flames.
- Never point a launcher at a person, animal, or anything flammable.
- Never store or carry launcher loaded. Do not load the launcher until immediately prior to use.
- Do not use where prohibited by law. It is illegal to ignite/fire distress signals in a non-distress situation.
- These products are not intended to be used as weapons and, if used for any purpose other than emergency marine signaling, may subject users to civil or criminal action including under local firearms laws.
- Store aerial and handheld flares onboard undercover in a secure, safe, dry place.
- Read and follow all instructions carefully.
IMPORTANT NOTICE – Orion USCG Approved signals are produced and independently tested to the specifications provided by the Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) 46, Part 160. Signal performance, however, can be negatively impacted if such signals are not stored properly. They must be stored undercover in a secure, safe, dry location on your boat and should be removed during long periods of boat storage. All signals and launchers should be inspected at least once annually for damage caused by exposure to moisture or mishandling.