Line thrower

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IKAROS Line-Thrower, a maritime rescue device
noun - Line thrower is a device that casts a safety line for cables and ropes in rescue operations at sea. It can be used between ships, from shore to ship, from ship to shore, or for rescuing personnel or swimmers.


[edit] IKAROS Line-Thrower

The IKAROS Line-Thrower is a robust device, costing US$599, is standard maritime rescue equipment that consists of a waterproof plastic container with integral handle and trigger mechanism, a solid fuel rocket and 300 meters of 4mm nylon line. IKAROS Line-Thrower is approved globally, meets the latest SOLAS 74/96 regulations, and can hold up to 450 pounds of survivors.

[edit] Alternative Spellings

line-thrower, linethrower

[edit] Demonstration video

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