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Fire Escape Suit
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Number|
|Number Of Layers||2 Layer,3 Layer,4 Layer OR As per Customer Requirement|
Fire escape kit, emergency fire escape suit, fire fighting suit,
can reflect temperature 500℃
high density, flame retardant
full body cover, the most comprehensive protection
package includes: helmet, jacket, overalls, gloves, feet protector
one size fits most
1. Inspect the suit carefully if it is damaged or not before wearing it.
2. Wear the suit follow the routine that shoes and socks should be worn inside the trouser legs and all buttons should be done up.
3. Although the suit has the fine property of fireproof and heat insulation, it is impossible to protect the fireman in all instances.
Try your best to turn the suit away from being contacted directly with fire or molten metals when working near the flame.
Proper fittings and positive pressure breathing-instrument should be equipped under the condition of chemical gas or radioactive harm.
4. the fireman’s protective suit should be put in a dry place with air through to prevent the composite layer from falling off the suit after damped.
- Production Capacity: 500 Suit per month
- Delivery Time: immediate
Fire Escape Suit Manufacturers in Mumbai
A fire proximity suit (also known as a silvers suit, silver bunker suit, or asbestos suit) is a protective suit meant to keep a firefighter or volcanologist safe from tremendous heat. They were created and utilized for the first time in the 1930s. Current models are composed of vacuum-deposited aluminized materials, which were originally made of asbestos cloth. Hi Care Safety is now one of the leading fire escape suit manufacturers in Mumbai, India.
- Approach suit—used for work in high-temperature environments such as steel mills and smelting plants. These normally provide protection from ambient heat up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit (93 degrees Celsius).
- Proximity suit—used for aviation rescue and firefighting (AR-FF) as well as kiln work requiring entry into the heated kiln in more fully insulated variants. The former provides ambient heat protection up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit (260 degrees Celsius), whereas the latter provides far higher levels of protection, sometimes up to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit (1,093 degrees Celsius).
- Entry suit—for use in intense heat and conditions needing comprehensive flame engulfment protection. The most frequent materials are Zetex or Vermiculite, and they are not aluminized. These give short-term ambient heat protection up to 2,000 °F (1,093 °C) and long-term radiant heat protection up to 1,500 °F (816 °C).
- AR-FF requires the following for complete proximity protection:
- Neck shroud and aluminized hood or helmet cover
- The jacket and pants are aluminized and have a vapor barrier insulated liner.
- Gloves with aluminized lining
- AR-FF boots with aluminized soles
- SCBA stands for self-contained breathing apparatus (aluminized covers for air bottles, or suits that cover the air pack are also available).