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SECUMAR Bernhardt Apparatebau GmbH u. Co.

Postfach 1190, 25487 Holm
Bredhornweg 39, 25488 Holm

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Shipping/Yachting Equipment and Accessories
  • 03.09  Safety Equipment
  • 03.09.01  Life-Jackets
  • 03  Shipping/Yachting Equipment and Accessories
  • 03.09  Safety Equipment
  • 03.09.04  Survival Suits
  • 03  Shipping/Yachting Equipment and Accessories
  • 03.09  Safety Equipment
  • 03.09.09  Safety Tools/Equipment

Safety Tools/Equipment

  • 03  Shipping/Yachting Equipment and Accessories
  • 03.09  Safety Equipment
  • 03.09.10  Signalling Gear/Lights

Our products

Product category: Life-Jackets

Life jacket Arkona 220

  • Classic design.
  • Maximum buoyancy in the 150N class.
  • Proven entry-level model.
  • Side adjuster with webbing for easy release.
  • White reflective piping on the cover.
  • Comfort and freedom of movement
  • The lifejacket fits close to the body and does not hinder the wearer.
  • Putting on and taking off
  • The lifejacket is very easy to put on and take off thanks to the front closure. It is put on like a normal jacket and securely fastened with the patented SECUMAR click closure.
  • Ease of maintenance
  • The separate components float and protective cover can be separated from each other, so that the protective cover can be replaced individually.
  • Underlying standards
  • European standard DIN EN ISO 12402-3 (lifejacket of the 150N performance class),
  • DIN EN ISO 12401 (integrated lifebelt/harness).

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Product category: Survival Suits

Cold protection suit CONTRA 110 HD

A dry suit as it should be: Lightweight, comfortable, breathable and hard-wearing - yet unobtrusive to wear under existing workwear, with additional insulation provided by inner layer of fleece.

On the water, clothing and protective equipment must be as perfectly matched as possible. The CONTRA 110 underwear suit was developed with this in mind. It combines important features that ensure not only excellent functionality but also a high level of wearer comfort.

The suit, available in six sizes, is cut to allow maximum freedom of movement. Warm footies are integrated, and the cuffs at the neck and wrists are pleasantly soft, so that the suit remains comfortable even after long periods of wear.

Thermal performance class C (acc. to DIN EN ISO 15027-1)

Water temperature:
0 °C 2,1 hours
5 °C 2,4 hours
10 °C 3,1 hours
15 °C 5,0 hours

The suit is waterproof - a long survival time in cold water is guaranteed. With different underwear the user can flexibly adjust to the prevailing water temperatures.

The material is durable and breathable at the same time. The suit is lightweight and can be worn under any outer clothing. This protects the suit from mechanical damage and extends its life.

The socks, which are firmly attached to the suit, are available in sizes 35 to 48.

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Product category: Signalling Gear/Lights

AIS and DSC marine transmitter easyONE-DSC

The new easyONE-DSC is a compact and handy AIS MOB device. The easyONE-DSC has an automatic trigger function that initializes the transmission of the AIS MOB distress message via DSC and AIS.

In the event of a "man overboard" (MOB) situation, the lifejacket opens and exposes the easyONE-DSC. The device is automatically activated by water contact and the antenna is unwound. The device is connected to the victim by a safety line and floats in the water next to him. Within a few seconds a DSC distress call is sent out. This is initially done without GPS coordinates and is received as an alarm by up to 8 ships in the "closed loop", whose MMSI numbers have been programmed into the distress transmitter in advance via Bluetooth and an app. As soon as a GPS fix is available, a second alert is sent to these vessels via DSC. This time, the GPS coordinates of the victim are also transmitted. This transmission is now repeated at intervals of 5 minutes for the next 30 minutes. After this time, the interval is doubled to 10 minutes.

There is no change into an "open loop", which would be an "all ships call" into the GMDSS rescue chain. This function is only possible with the easyRESCUE-PRO (BT).

Parallel to the DSC, the automatic transmission of an AIS distress telegram to all AIS systems within the transmission range of up to 7 nautical miles and more takes place after a successful GPS fix. The AIS alert is repeated every minute with updated position data as well as information about course and speed over ground of the casualty in a possible drift.

With a battery power of up to 36 hours in parallel transmission mode after activation and a radiated transmission power of 1 Watt, the AIS MOB easyONE-DSC has outstanding performance features that will make it stand out in the market again.

A strong and bright LED also ensures better visibility of the victim in the dark.

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About us

Company portrait

SECUMAR - unique through consistent research and innovation

Many companies have made maritime safety their business. But hardly any of them has approached the field with such high standards and such a scientific basis as Bernhardt Apparatebau GmbH & Co from Holm near Hamburg.

For over 60 years now, the company, which manufactures and sells rescue equipment under the brand name SECUMAR, has stood for innovative products. Consistent research and the highest quality standards have helped Bernhardt Apparatebau to a leading position in the industry worldwide.

The starting point for this unique development was basic research by the company founder Jost Bernhardt. After his father Karl Bernhardt had manufactured helmet diving equipment from 1926 onwards, Jost Bernhardt turned to the field of marine rescue equipment after the war.