Protective clothing for fire-fighters (I category)
Protective clothing for fire-fighters of the 1st catetgory protects from high temperature, heat flows of high intensity and possible fire outburts during reconnaissance, resque operations and primarily during firefighting. Protective clothing (I category) is intended for smoke divers. Materials have an increased resistance to flame, high tensile strength and tearing strain up to 1000N. This kind of protective clothing is resistant to an open flame for at least 15 seconds.
Protective clothing for fire-fighters (II category)
Tarpaulin protective clothing for fire-fighters is made of linen duck, which has been impregnated with a fire retarding composition. The linen duck can withstand high temperatures, open fires, heat radiation, water and acids and alkalies. The fire-fighting apparel is intended for protect from dangerous fire factors. Protective clothing includes a jacket and trousers with reflective tapes, which are certified in accordance with EN 469 и EN 471 Standards.
It weighs less than 6 kg and can resist thermal exposure of 5.0 kW/m – for at least 4 minutes.
Protective clothing for fire-fighters (III category)
Provides protection from sloutions of surface-active agents, low and high temperatures, water and aqueous-based solution. Protective clothing for fire-fighters (III category) consists of of elongate jacket and jump suit with thermal liner. There are dual reflective tapes on the jacket and jump suit. The outer layer is an antistatic, heavy-duty fabric with watter-repellent properties. All sewing threads are made of aramid knitting.
Produced in accordance with to EN 469: 2005 + A1: 2006 + AC: 2006 standard, EU Directive 96/98. It is certifiied in accordance to MED standard, which is obligatory for all types of vessels.