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Fire Fighter Protective Clothing - Warehousing

Fireman fire protective clothing

(a) Unused fire protective clothing should pay attention to the following matters when storing:

1 , can be stored according to the state of the factory packaging, should be placed on the shelf to avoid moisture. Conditionally promote hanging and do dust protection;

2 , at least once every six months to open the package inspection, and ventilation, dumping processing, drying when necessary, to prevent moisture, mildew, insects and other phenomena;

3 , avoid contact with hard, sharp objects to prevent scratch damage;

4 , storage time should not exceed four years.

(b) Used fire protective clothing should pay attention to the following matters when stored:

1. Must be cleaned and dried before storage, and check if there are any items in the protective clothing. Should hang and do dust protection;

2. Each quarter should be checked to see if there are any phenomena such as moisture, mildew, fading, insects, etc.;

3 , avoid contact with hard, sharp objects, to prevent scratch damage.

4 , storage time should not exceed two years.

Firefighters protective clothing for fire fighting - use

(1) The protective clothing for fire fighting shall be suspended and kept dry and ventilated.

(2) The protective clothing for fire extinguishing is limited to the protection of firefighters in performing the task of fire-fighting and rescue, and shall not be used for protection against chemical pollution, biological pollution, nuclear radiation, etc.

(III) It is forbidden to remove the “inner liner” when using protective clothing for fire fighting ( it refers to a multi-layer composite fabric composed of a waterproof breathable layer, a heat insulation layer, a comfort layer, etc. ) .

(4) Fire protective clothing should be used in conjunction with personal protective equipment such as fire helmets, fire gloves , and firemen's fire protection boots , and pay attention to the following:

1. In order to enter the fire, the collar should be erected and made to overlap with the helmet's shawl to protect the neck;

2. The cuff should be coincident with the fire fighting gloves. The cuff has a thumb clasp. When entering the fire, the thumb should pass through the buckle ring;

3 , trousers should be placed outside the fire boots, and partially overlap with the boot body;

4. Firefighters shall fasten all the parts of protective clothing during fire fighting, such as Velcro, buttons, zippers, hooks, collars, neck guards, etc.;

5. Avoid direct contact with flame or high-temperature hot objects during firefighting and rescue.

(E) Fire protective clothing In use, pay attention to the following:

1 、Adequate training in fire protection suits should be done in peacetime;

2. Cooling measures such as built-in cooling vests should be used when wearing fire protective clothing in high temperature environment;

3 , to maintain the overall protective capabilities of fire protective clothing, in the fire due to soaking, high temperature burning, tearing, etc., resulting in decreased protective performance should be promptly withdrawn.

(6) After extinguishing and rescue, the protective clothing for fire extinguishing should be cleaned, air-dried, dried and kept clean and dry.

(7) To reduce the non-combat wear of fire-fighting and protective clothing, it is recommended to use training-specific fire-fighting and protective clothing in daily training.

Fire Fighter Protective Clothing - Maintenance

(a) The protective clothing for fire extinguishing shall be kept clean and tidy, and must be washed in time when there are stains.

(2) Washing protective clothing for fire extinguishing Use neutral detergents. Do not use softeners. Do not use chlorine bleach . Do not wash with detergent containing phosphate to prevent damage to the waterproof and breathable layer.

(C) Fire protective clothing should be washed as follows:

1. Machine washing (conditional use of specialized industrial washing machines) or hand washing may be used, but not together with other clothing;

2. When the machine is laundered, fasten the metal parts such as zippers and buckles, place the protective clothing over the laundry bag and place it in the washing machine to avoid damage and wear of the clothing.

3 , washing machine should be selected when the soft mode, the washing temperature is not more than 40 °C ;

4. After cleaning, dry in a ventilated place to avoid exposure or baking in the drying room for a long time;

5 , prohibit ironing protective clothing.

6 , as much as possible to reduce the "lid" washing times;

7 , should avoid using hard brush scrub.

Fireman Extinguishing Protective Clothing - Inspection and Maintenance

(1) The firefighters shall conduct a daily check on the fire protective clothing they wear, including:

1. Is the inner and outer layers complete and the connection is firm?

2 , zippers, buttons, straps, Velcro, etc. are intact;

3 , reflective flag belt is complete;

4. Check if there is a strong inspection mark when using it for the first time.

(b) The fire squadron should organize a weekly inspection of the fire protective clothing on duty, including:

1. Is the inner and outer layers complete and the connection is firm?

2 , zippers, buttons, straps, Velcro, etc. are intact;

3 , reflective flag belt is complete;

4. Is there any residue or chemical residue that cannot be easily removed?

(3) The following matters shall be noted in the maintenance of protective clothing for fire fighting:

1 , for all the maintenance done should be detailed records;

2. Minor repairs can be carried out, such as sewing holes in small holes to prevent them from being damaged;

3 , minor modifications can be made to the length of protective clothing cuffs;

4 , for the convenience of use, you can make minor repairs to the closed part;

5 , all major maintenance should be completed by the designated department. ☆

Firefighters protective clothing for fire fighting - decommissioning

Fire protective clothing shall be decommissioned in one of the following situations:

(a) on duty for three years;

(B) The outer layer is seriously damaged;

(3) The outer layer has stuck unremovable stains and chemical residues, which affects the performance of the use;

(4) The inner layer and accessories are seriously damaged and cannot be repaired;

(5) There are large areas of light-reflecting materials that affect the use of performance;

(6) Other must be retired.

The information in this article comes from the Internet and was reorganized and edited by China Rescue Equipment Network.

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NH Coupling include brass and aluminum NH couplings

NH couplings were used widely in Canada, USA and South American zone.

Main sizes include 1.5``,2`` and 2.5``.

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