Download our offline form. You can print it and fill at your home. Then give it to us when dropping off the raft.
Vancouver Liferaft & Safety is approved by Transport Canada and have ISO 9001:2000 certification.
HOW DO WE SERVICE?
Documentation of the service:
- Liferaft is received and registered
- Logbook in the liferaft is completed (proof that the liferaft has been opened and tested)
- Inspection is performed using the VIKING approved inspection checklist
- Certificate of re-inspection is issued
- Full documentation for service is archived according to regulations
- Detailed invoice is issued
- Container is opened and the inflation system dismounted
- Liferaft is removed from the container
- Container shell is cleaned and fibre glass is repaired if needed
- Container is relabelled
- Life raft is inspected inside and out
- Liferaft is inflated with compressed air and pressure tested including a 60 min. working pressure test of the lower buoyancy chamber, upper buoyancy chamber and arch chamber
- If the life raft is equipped with an inflatable floor, this is pressure tested for 60 min.
- Gas inflation stress test (GI) is conducted every 5 years using the liferaft’s own CO2 cylinder to inflate the liferaft
- Necessary additional pressure test (NAP) at double the working pressure rate is conducted at 11 years end then annually thereafter
- Floor seam test (FS) is performed to check the seams of the internal floor and is conducted at 10 years and then annually
- Emergency pack in checked and items replaced if expired according to regulations
- Life raft equipment is inspected and replaced if needed
- Cylinder operating head, valve, knife and release wire is inspected
- Inflations systems and high pressure hoses are inspected
- CO2 cylinder is checked for correct content level
- Life raft is deflated, repacked in the container and prepared for dispatch