LEDline® safety and guidance LIGHTING SYSTEMS ARE;
extremely tough; submersible to great depths; LONG-LASTING; WEATHER AND CHEMICAL RESISTANT; therefore; LEDline® safety and guidance systems, on ships,IMPROVEs both CREWMAN AND pilots
guidance AND safety ON SHIPS.
LEDline® On the US nAVY Seafighter
LEDline® outlines the deck edges and on both sides of the ship extends the helipad lineup lines, helping pilots at night with the landing.
LEDline® outlines the conning tower helicopter obstruction areas and provides for a nighttime visual helipad status Board.
Since 2005, the LEDline® safety guidance systems on the US Navy’s Seafighter continues to;
• outline the helideck area;
• outline the conning tower helicopter hazard areas;
• provide a lit guidance line on the sides of the ship, extending the helicopter lit landing line up lines;
• provides for the nighttime visual helipad status board for the two helipad landing areas.
the US Navy's latest destroyer,
the DDG-1000 Zumwalt Class of vessels is below:
here, LEDline® Provides for Critical Nighttime helipad Guidance to Pilots,
and Adds to Deck Safety
By Outlining the Helideck Area.
The Enclosed Pictures are of the DDG-1000 Zumwalt Class Of Destroyers,
and are from Seaforce on Line and The US Navy.
LEDline® Is Submersible to Great Depths! (Early units tested to 300m (1000ft.) seawater depth, and, being solid, they should be able to go even deeper).Early, Solid LEDline®, Was Successfully Tested by The Canadian Navy Down To 300m (1000ft.) Seawater Depth, for Its Use In the Escape Chamber Lighting On Submarines. Therefore,LEDline® Is Submersible!
So Successful were the Pressure Tests, That LEDline® was Used Inside the Test Pressure Chamber As Lighting.As Lighting; LEDline® Continues To Go Through Thousands and Thousands of Pressurizations and
De-Pressurization Tests At The 300m. (1000ft.) Seawater Depths.
In June 2012, estimates for the number of pressurization and depressurization tests were more than +5000 Cycle Tests, all to the seawater depths of 300m (1000ft.). (Note: This Number Included One Sudden Complete Explosive Decompression From These Depths When The pressure Chamber Failed).