Lifeline was established in 1980, and soon became the leading manufacturer and supplier of on board fire suppression systems to the motorsport industry.
The first generation of systems produced by Lifeline were manufactured using Halon 1211 as the extinguishing agent; however, due to environmental pressures the manufacture of Halon ceased under the Montreal Protocol.
Lifeline steering quick release bosses can be supplied with a pre-wired 8 way electrical connector to allow the use of steering wheel mounted instruments or switch gear.
Lifeline is pleased to announce a new range of race mirrors specifically designed with the racer in mind to fit all FIA and MSA formulae. Using Lifeline’s in-house CAD facilities these mirrors are engineered and manufactured using latest technology processes. All use high impact, shatter resistant bodies with a high quality finish in either black or white which are also suitable for painting, with either flat or convex reflector lenses
Lifeline has developed the most complete range of Roll Cage padding approved by the FIA for use in International motorsport. Conforming to the latest FIA standard for Roll Cage Padding this Type A product has been developed to offer superior in-cockpit protection, having been subjected to extremely rigorous impact and flame retardency laboratory testing.
Developed for international and national motorsport use the High intensity Rear LED Rain Light unit is homologated for competition use by the MSA and FIA.
Homologation Number MSA/RWL/36/14
The unit has been subjected to rigorous vibration testing, is completely waterproof and is used by leading constructors and teams.
In addition to the range of plumbed-in systems and hand held extinguishers, Lifeline offer an extensive range of spares and accessories.
So don't let a cheap imitation component impair the performance of your Lifeline system - insist on Lifeline genuine parts.