Posted: April  9, 2019


What makes the ISPLR unique?

Based on advanced military design, SWITLIK Survival Products designed the Inflatable Single Place Life Raft (ISPLR) for personal life-saving scenarios for both fixed wing and rotary aircraft. When minimal weight and stowage are critical for aircraft operation, the ISPLR is lightweight and compact enough to be worn or stowed, without compromising its mission-proven durability.

The fully packed life raft come in 3 different pack options, all easily transportable between aircraft.






Loose Pack

- 7" Dia. x 12" L
- Weighs 5.4 lbs (2.4 kg)
Loose packed
- Cylinders accessible for removal
- 1 year service interval

Belt Pack

- 8" H x 34" L x 1.5" W
- Weighs 6.2 lbs (2.8 kg) 
Hermetically sealed
- Cylinders not accessible for removal
- 3 year service interval

Sealed Pack

- 4 1/4" H x 14" L x 6 1/4"W
- Weighs 5.4 lbs (2.4 kg)
Hermetically sealed
- Cylinders not accessible for removal
- 5 year service interval

Construction and materials used are arguably the most important factors to consider when purchasing a life raft. Letís look a little closer at the ISPLR

The twin zipper system, one on each side, allows the user to partially or fully open the canopy, providing ventilation and visibility.
isplr-drawingThe unique U-shaped design allows the ISPLR to be fully reversible, allowing quick, easy entry from the water - whichever side is up when it automatically inflates. Specific to the ISPLR, the low-slung floor design gives the user significantly enhanced comfort when sitting and greater stability in rough waters. The low entry makes it easy to swim right into the raft or board directly from a water landing. 

TSO-C72c approved, the ISPLR is constructed from the durable 200 Denier urethane double coated nylon with a three-layer inflation chamber design for redundancy.

These unique design elements make the ISPLR is the single person life raft of choice for flight over water.

For more information please contact us at sales@dssaviation.com

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