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Since the company was formed in 1984, Lifeline has become the leading manufacturer of fire safety equipment and fire safety systems to the motorsport industry.

The first generation of systems produced by Lifeline were manufactured using Halon 1211 as the extinguishing agent. Following the Montreal Protocol, Halon was decommissioned as an extinguishing agent. Lifeline then took the pioneering route of introducing a lightweight, environmentally-friendly, foam-based extinguishant Zero 2000.

Current Lifeline motorsport systems use either Zero 2000 foam-based extinguishant or the advanced Zero 360 gaseous extinguishant (3M(TM) Novec(TM) 1230). Both products are fully FIA approved for international motorsport. A range of SFI-approved Zero 360 has also been created for the North American market.

Lifeline also offers a comprehensive range of fire suppression systems using gas, foam or powder extinguishing agents for all other kinds of transportation, such as trains, buses, armoured vehicles and boats. Systems can also be supplied for the protection of machinery and any other enclosed space which requires fire protection.

As well as Lifeline’s range of fire safety equipment and fire safety systems, they also produce quick-release steering bosses for all types of competition vehicle, high-intensity, FIA-approved rear LED rain lights, FIA homologated rollcage padding and high-quality digital tyre pressure gauges.

Lifeline’s continuous commitment to research and development ensures that its customers have the most innovative and cutting-edge products available, the same products used by the majority of world and national championship-winning drivers and constructors.

Winner of the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) “Small Business of the Year” award in 2007 and “New Markets” award in 2011 and winner of the “Most Innovative Product of the Year” award at the 2008 World Motorsport Symposium, Lifeline is Lloyds Register ISO:9001 accredited

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