flame resistance, good stability, static and electric arc and abrasion
Fireservice, any place there is fire harzdous
10000 Piece/Pieces per Month
Packaging & Delivery
1pc/polybag,10pcs/carton,carton size 58X40X80cm,cross weight:25kgs more or less
1 - 100
To be negotiated
CE Certified TLP Firefighting Suit
*CE EN469 Standard
*Made of 6 oz TLP comfort fabric;moisture barrier,thermal barrier and comfortable line
*Cow leather for reinforcement
*Inherently flame resistance, good stability under intense heat; *Excellent resistance to chemicals, static and electric arc and abrasion; *Breathable and moisture gaining, safe and comfortable to wear; *Rugged double safety stitched seams with felled fabric edges to ensure seam safety; *Stitched with Nomex sewing thread; *Front closed with flame resistant zippers covered with Velcro-sealed plate; *All bellows pockets on chest and legs, with Velcro-closed flaps; *Upright collar closed with Velcro tabs, can be turned down; *Knees patched with the same fabric and filled with flame resistant fleece; *3M Scotchlite® reflective sliver grey trim installed to enhance visibility.
Structural firefighter clothing, sometimes also referred to as bunker or turnout gear, is the principal type of personal protective equipment (PPE) used by municipal and industrial firefighters.
All of our main structural styles are made to conform to the most widely used standard outside of North America, EN469:2014, and offer Level 2 protection.
To do so, garments must provide;
An outer layer to protect against flame injury
A moisture barrier to protect against water penetration whilst allowing internal moisture vapour to escape
An inner thermal barrier and lining to protect against heat from proximity to flame
Service we supply
1) The new design and new materials are provided as your requirements; 2) We are pleased to be given a test order; 3) The OEM services are available; 4) One-stop service: Satisfy what you want;
If you have design want to make, we can do as follows
1) You send us your design (samples or pictures or some ideas), so that we could know what you want exactly; 2) We make the samples for you then send you the pictures and samples by express; 3) As soon as you receive the samples and approve to us (if any changes we will follow them), then you can place the order to us;
Care & Maintenance
Care & Maintenance
FR clothing can only provide protection if the wearer follows garment manufacturers' recommendations for proper use:
*Wear garments properly – collars closed, sleeves and cuffs down and secured, shirt tails tucked, closures secured, and other manufacturer recommendations.
*Wear looser-fitting garments that provide adequate mobility.
*Do not wear non-FR clothing over FR garments. The outermost layer must be FR
*Wear only FR or non-melting undergarments (e.g. cotton, silk, wool.)
*Wash garments thoroughly after each wearing to remove contaminants.
*Do not put on or take off the garment in proximity of flammable gasses, vapors, dusts or in other potentially explosive environments.
*In potentially explosive atmospheres, proper grounding procedures must be used.
*Wear garments with the appropriate arc rating as dictated by an electric arc hazard analysis. Consult employer if unsure.
Most flame-resistant garments can be handled safely using common laundering and care procedures. However, a few precautions must be followed to ensure your FR garments maintain their maximum effectiveness. Remember: FR clothing is safety equipment that just might save your life. It is imperative to make sure your FR garments are properly cleaned and maintained.
Carefully follow the manufacturer's care label when laundering FR garments. Many FR fabrics require mild wash and dry conditions to maximize the life of the garment.
*Wash new flame-resistant garments prior to wearing.
*Wash flame-resistant garments separately from standard clothing.
*Do not use chlorine bleach.
*Make sure FR garments are clean and in proper repair before each wearing.
*Remove oils and flammable contaminants from FR garments. Flammable contaminants can be a fuel source that adds to burn injury.
*Repair garments using "like materials." Use FR fabric, thread and components. Return garments to the manufacturer for repair, or use an authorized FR repair facility.