Fireman Suit

Fireman Suit

FIREMAN’S SUITS COMPLETE N.M.D. APPROVED – IMPA 330921 (ALUMINIZED)

FIREMAN’S COAT UNLINED UK DOT/USCG APPROVED – IMPA 330912

ALUMINIZED SUIT COMPLETE UK DOT/USCG APPROVED – IMPA 330911

FIREMANS SUIT COMPLETE (GARMENT TYPE) – IMPA 330941

Fireman suits are made of vacuum-deposited aluminized material or natural fire resistant fibres or Nomex material. The complete set consists of Suit, Trousers, Helmet, Gloves, Boots, and Neck Curtain.

There are three basic types of these aluminized suits:

  • Approach suit—used for work in the general area of high temperatures such as steel mills and smelting facilities. These usually provide ambient heat protection up to ≈200 °F (93 °C).
  • Proximity suit—used for aircraft rescue and fire fighting (AR-FF) and, in more heavily insulated versions, for kiln work requiring entry into the heated kiln. The former provide ambient heat protection up to ≈500 °F (260 °C), while the latter provide much higher degrees of protection, sometimes up to ≈2,000 °F (1,093 °C).
  • Entry suit—used for entry into extreme heat and situations requiring protection from total flame engulfment. Most commonly made of Zetex or Vermiculite and not aluminized. These provide ambient protection up to ≈2,000 °F (1,093 °C)) for short duration,[1] and prolonged radiant heat protection up to ≈1,500 °F (816 °C).

Complete proximity protection for AR-FF requires:

  • Aluminized hood or helmet cover with neck shroud
  • Aluminized jacket and pants complete with vapor barrier insulated liner
  • Aluminized lined gloves
  • Aluminized AR-FF boots

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