Breathable intervention suits

 

Heat stress is a topic that is increasingly present in risk analyses. During several interventions firemen complain that they are very, or even too hot before the intervention has even started. 

The fire fighters think the transpiration isn't evacuated efficiently during and after the intervention. To avoid this, the wearers attach a great deal of importance to the pursuit of breathability (the lowest RET value). 

The outline of these demands is simple: a good thermal protection with values of level 2 that also assures a level 2 breathability particularly during interventions. 

We developed a solution with a RET value of < 10 m².Pa/w that is, to this day, very well received especially on the French market. 

Bouches du Rhône - FF

Complex APLW - Tough

For the SDIS of the Bouches du Rhône we developed an innovative suit for forest fires.

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Bouches du Rhône

Complex 538 - Microrip

For the SDIS of the Bouches du Rhône we developed an innovative suit for structure fires.

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Wildfires and controlled burns

Complex APLW - Tough

The battle against wildfires & controlled burns are very specific. Therefore Sioen has developed a fabric and a protection suit that are perfectly adapted to these constraints.

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Civil security

Complex 538 - Microrip

This jacket has been developed to fight forest fires. It wears the colours of the DGSCGC.

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Pyrenées Orientales

Complex 538 - Microrip

This intervention suit is highly suitable for structure and forest fires. It is in accordance with the EN 471 standard class 2.

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Yonne

Complex 540 - Plus

Thanks to an innovative complex, this suit is very breathable and waterproof. In addition it is conformable to EN 471 class 2.

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