Dispatch of two “Helicopter Underwater Escape Training Simulators” (HUET)
We are pleased to announce the dispatch of two “Helicopter Underwater Escape Training Simulators” (HUET) to our customers in India.
HUET “Valliant” is a 4 seater model, HUET “Vulcan” is a 6 seater. Both have pneumatic braking systems, integral buoyancy tanks, hinged+ jettisionable exits, unique pushout windows & seat belts with emergency release systems.
The HUETs are designed to meet OPITO standards & are manufactured to RajMet’s technical specifications & quality standards. Computer aided Design and Analysis ensure safety & reliability over the HUETs working life.
“HUET” is provided to helicopter flight crews, offshore oil and gas industry personnel and military & law enforcement personnel who are frequently transported by helicopters over water. The purpose is to prepare them for emergency exit in the event of crash landing in water. The training involves submerging the HUET Simulator in a pool and rotating it upside down. While underwater in an inverted position, the delegates are trained to brace for impact, identify primary and secondary exit points, unfasten the seat belt, push-out the specially designed window & escape to the water surface.
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