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. 

Monaco

Complex 538 - Microrip

Monaco chose a red, high-technology suit with an excellent breathability and a rescue grip.

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Var

Complex 538 - Microrip

This suit wants to reduce heat stress as much as possible while offering at the same time an excellent protection.

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Saône et Loire

Complex 538 - Microrip

The result of the risk analysis: yellow colour, the EN 471 class 2, a complex without membrane and specific ergonomics; high trousers with short jacket.

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