At a time when everyone is concerned about the environment, Péjout Marine Services goes one step further.
For its participation to the Marina High Tech Show (MHT18) which will take place on May 24 and 25 2018 at Villeneuve Loubet in the South of France, this specialist of fire-fighting security and crew and lifesaving safety equipment has sought out an adapted product to exhibit.
The CLEANGREEN® Fire extinguisher is a mixture of clean gases HFC227 (known alsoas FM200® Great Lakes Chemical) and HFC236.
It presents some significant advantages as there is no respiratory risk for humans nor animals and it produces no residue after use. Last but not least it has no impact on the ozone layer.
It is conceived for the marine environment, thus it can bear the maritime climate and the industrial corrosive surroundings.
These devices are conceived to fight class fires: A & B. A for paper and wood and B fires for hydrocarbon fires. They are certified by the yacht classification RINA, Bureau Veritas and CSI as well as SOLAS-MED.
The MHT18 are very pleased to have Pejout Marine Services as "a partner of the 1st show dedicated to the yachting innovation and the environment, Pejout Marine Services will provide the event with its new "green" fire extinguisher and position itself as an actor of the 'green yachting' which is exactly what the MHT18 strives to do."
As a partner of the show, Péjout Marine Services will equip the venue with this equipment and will of course, have them for sale on its stand.
Don't hesitate to stop by during the event and ask further info on how to have them onboard your yacht too.
The 1st edition of Marina High Tech will take place in Villeneuve Loubet (near Antibes) in the South of France on May 24 and 25th.
Dedicated to the new technologies in favour of a sustainable yachting environment, the show will welcome 50 exhibitors and host several seminars about the "boat/yacht of tomorrow" and "The marina of tomorrow". Mainly targeting the professionals, it will open its doors to the public for a late night on the 24th of May.
For more info visit: http://marinahightech-uk.weebly.com/