It is possible to have a reasonably economic solution provided the limitations are recognised and accommodated. The first step is to identify the risk, possible consequences and set a budget figure accordingly. In-car safety equipment has one primary function and that is to save life. Secondary to that, certainly as far as the extinguisher equipment is concerned, is to save property – the car - and as such should be considered in the same category as insurance. It therefore follows that the best available option should be used to save both life and car wherever possible.
All Lifeline systems and hand held fire extinguishers must be returned to Lifeline or one of its agents every two years for a service – click on ‘Dealers’ for a full worldwide list of Lifeline servicing agents.
Lifeline has taken the greatest possible care in designing and manufacturing your fire suppression system. To ensure that you get the best possible performance from your Zero 2000 or Zero 360 system, the following checks and maintenance procedures should be carried out before the vehicle is used.
The FIA specified tests require a simulated human headform in crash helmet to impact at no greater than 300g. To achieve this requires special energy absorbing material but which does not protrude significantly into the cockpit of what is already a restricted space because of modern roll over protection systems.
Truck racers and off roaders using 60mm roll cages can now comply with FIA safety regulations without compromise.
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