KEMP 53" CUT-A-WAY RESCUE TUBE (Case Packing: 4pcs)………………………ITEM NUMBER: 10-204
The cut-a-way rescue tube is slightly narrower and longer than our standard rescue tube and a favorite with guards who have smaller hands. This tube with its unique handgrips ensures that people with smaller hands can grasp the rescue tube easily.
- Colors: Red.
- Customization: Can do with your logo or other colors. Call for minimums.
- Dimensions: 54''x6''3.5''.
- Weight: 6 lbs.
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- Lifeguard Cutaway Rescue Tube - See Buoyancy Calculation below.
The following formula (In Laymen's Term's) is used in the process for calculating partof the Coast Guard approval process for minimum buoyancy!
If a man weighs 200 pounds on land, he only weighs 10 pounds in the water.80% of the human body is water.
Water in the body has no weight in the water. 200 pounds x 80% = 160 pounds. So 200 pounds at 160 pounds = 40 pounds.
The human body is 15% fat, fat is lighter than water.200 pounds x 15% = 30 pounds. So 40 pounds 30 pounds = 10 pounds.A 200 pound person only weighs 10 pounds in the water.
So, if a man weighs 350 pounds on land, he only weighs 17.5 pounds in the water. 350 x 80% = 280 pounds. So 350 pounds - 280 pounds = 70 pounds.350 pounds x 15% = 52.5 pounds. So 70 pounds - 52.5 pounds = 17.5 poundsA 350 pound person weighs 17.5 pounds in the water.
This Cut-a-Way Rescue Tube is equal to 51 Lbs of Buoyancy.