SOLAS Approved. For rescue personnel, evacuation and MOB Operations. Approved as a 6-hour insulated immersion suit when worn with buoyancy lining.

Nato NSN: 4220-25-163-1476 (AES-suit w/lining in size XSmall)
Nato NSN: 4220-25-163-1477 (AES-suit w/lining in size Small)
Nato NSN: 4220-25-163-1478 (AES-suit w/lining in size Medium)
Nato NSN: 4220-25-163-1479 (AES-suit w/lining in size Large)
Nato NSN: 4220-25-163-1480 (AES-suit w/lining in size XLarge)
Nato NSN: 4220-25-163-1481 (AES-suit w/lining in size 2XLarge)
Nato NSN: 4220-25-163-1482 (AES-suit w/lining in size 3XLarge)

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This is a durable and flexible, next generation immersion and anti-exposure suit (AES) for use in severe conditions. SeaWork has been developed in cooperation with users and is intended for maintenance work in exposed areas aboard ships and on offshore installations. Its ergonomic, modern construction makes the suit comfortable to work in. The dirt repellent material used simplifies cleaning. The suit is multi-certified and can be supplied with or without a lining. Without a lining, it is certified as a 1-hour immersion suit, and must be used in combination with an approved lifejacket. With lining, the suit is approved as an AES-suit and insulated 6-hour immersion suit. When used as an AES-suit a lifejacket is not required.


  • Ergonomic construction and detachable thermal liner offer a high degree of flexibility
  • Articulated knees and elbows
  • Easy access storage pockets, lifting strap, hard toe boots, soft neoprene seals and integrated hood adapted to use of helmet
  • Highly dirt repellent outer fabric ensuring easy cleaning and maintenance
  • Approved to be used without a lifejacket in AES-version (with lining)

    SOLAS approvals in accordance with the LSA-Code:
  • 1.5a as uninsulated 1 hour suit in watertemp <5°C without lining
  • 1.6c as AES suit with lining
  • 1.5 as insulated 6 hour suit in watertemp <2°C with lining

    ISO 15027 approvals as Constant Wear Suit: 
  • Thermal class D; 2 hours in watertemp <10°C without lining
  • Thermal class B; 4 hours in watertemp <2°C with lining 

Video: Suit in use

More Info


Area of application
Type of suit
Work suit
70N when worn with bouyancy lining
PU-coated Nylon/Oxford 2L
Yes, inherent buoyancy (zip-in) in 3mm soft foam with closed cells
Main zipper type
Soft PU/plastic with teeth, open
Neck seal
Neoprene standard
Wrist seals
Fit / Ergonomics
Articulated knees, seat and elbows
Sleeves constructed in Y-shape for mobility
Reflective material
IMO Solas
Pen pocket on shoulder/sleeve
Radio pocket with zip closure on left sleeve
Sleeve pockets
Spacious cargo pockets on both lower legs
Integral, in neoprene
5-finger neoprene in sleeve pocket
Lifting becket/loop
Yes, with D-ring and carbine hook in stainless steel
Buddy line
Yes, with floating carbine hook
Emergency light
IMO Solas, water activated
Boots / socks
PU boots with steel toecap and midsole (S5) - may be used with swim fins
May be used without lifejacket when worn with buoyancy lining
Yes, IMO with IMO lifejacket
Yes, ISO with ISO lifejacket
Thermal protection with lining/inherent insulation
4 hours (ISO 2012 Class B less than 2°C watertemp)
6 hours (IMO/Solas less than 2°C watertemp)
Thermal protection without lining/inherent insulation
1 hour (IMO/Solas less than 5°C watertemp)
1 hour (ISO 2002 Class D less than 5°C watertemp)
2 hours (ISO 2012 Class D less than 10°C watertemp)
Service interval (standard)
3 year
Certifications SOLAS-suit (w/o integral buoyancy)
Solas MED/1.5a (without inherent insulation)
Certifications SOLAS-suit (w/integral buoyancy)
Solas MED/1.6c (anti exposure suit without lifejacket)
Certifications ISO
ISO 15027-1 Constant wear suit, thermal class B
ISO 15027-1 Constant wear suit, thermal class D
Orientation of main zipper

From one of the world's foremost developers and manufacturers of survival equipment

Hansen Protection has been a pioneer in safety at sea since we launched kapok lifejackets in 1932.

Our current range continues the company's strong traditions, where our greatest concern is to ensure optimal functionality and performance for all types of work at sea.

A first class survival suit can mean the difference between life and death.

As one of the world's foremost developers and manufacturers of survival equipment, Hansen Protection can offer a wide collection of survival suits. Survival can never be guaranteed, but we can guarantee that our survival suits satisfy the highest demands for safety.

Survival suits are obligatory for personnel on oil rigs, passenger ferries, merchant and fishing fleets plus in offshore helicopter transport.

Our dry suits provide sufficient buoyancy and protect against heat loss, and thus increase the survival time in cold water. All suits are tested and approved according to the strictest national and international standards.

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