Richard Paul Russell Ltd Team Up With Mountain Rescue Magazine

Richard Paul Russell Ltd are pleased to announce they have partnered with Mountain Rescue Magazine to promote the Kestrel 4000 and Kestrel 4500 weather meter range.

Kestrel Weather meters deliver vital information that will help mountain rescue teams quickly and accurately assess and monitor local weather conditions, predicted weather conditions and information to asses exposure and heat stress. This information is vital for ground teams and rescue helicopters to deliver fast, save evacuations.

The Kestrel 4000 supplies valuable data including barometric pressure, pressure trend, altitude, relative humidity, heat stress index, dew point, wet bulb globe temperature, density altitude, wind chill, temperature (air, water and snow), current wind speed, average wind speed and maximum gust.

The Kestrel 4500 supplies all the same data as the Kestrel 4000 plus wind direction including crosswind, headwind and tailwind calculations, vital information for rescue helicopter teams and ground crew.

Both models will log all data that can then be shared using the Kestrel Communicator Software, useful for reports and later analysis.

We hope this partnership will help promote this valuable tool to all mountain rescue teams to assist them in making accurate, fast and decisive decisions, ensuring the safety and speed of all those involved in a rescue operation.

To support this partnership we are offering 20% off all Kestrel 4000 and Kestrel 4500 weather meters when using promo code RESC1 on our web shop.

kestrel and mountain rescue

Kestrel and Mountain Rescue Magazine

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Kestrel 4000 Weather Meter

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Mountain Rescue Magazine team with Richard Paul Russell Ltd





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