We supply firefighter clothing to fire brigades and to firefighters at airports, oil rigs and commercial production plants.
EN 469 is the standard for protective firefighting clothing.
Our Firefighter boots includes the Cofra Firefighter Sprinkler Zip and Lace boot with FR laces and Waterproof membrane; the Goliath Wildland lace up boot and the Goliath Firefighter pull on Rigger fire boots for easy access; The Magnum Stealth is used for fire stationwear and training, rather than active duty.
Our range of PREMIUM EN 469 certified Bristol Uniforms structural fire suits (and wildland suits) is the most popular range of firefighting uniform within the UK. More fire brigades choose Bristol Uniform firefighting clothing in the UK than any other brand. For details specifically on buying quantities of Bristol Uniforms (made to order) fire tunics and fire trousers or salopettes, please contact us directly, email@example.com
Fire fighting is about protecting your body from the risk of skin burn: skin burn arises from radiant heat and conductive heat: Your own sweat can, under the heat of a burning house, easily be boiled by the radiant heat. Such boiling liquid against your skin will give you serious 2nd/3rd degree skin burns. So, to help avoid sweat you should layer your protective clothing garments, underneath your structural firesuit. Layers of wicking and FR undergarments, such as an Eagle FR Flash hood or Eagle Balaclava or Devold Balaclava will help keep you safe.