Aluminized Fire Suit Tacconi Italy

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  • Aluminized 5 pieces overall
  • Soles made of high temperature resistance material, internally covered by wool and in the outer part by 100% KEVLAR bouclette
  • Composed of an adjustable inner safety helmet according to UNI-EN 397 (-20ยฐC / 440 Vac class) and a golden, antidazzle visor, thickness 5 mm.
  • The garment is manufactured in absolute absence of asbestos fibers.

Aluminized 5 pieces overall, internally lined with wool fabric, provided with pouch for breathing apparatus containment and protection.

Wide shape, frontal opening fastened by press stud buttons covered by flap.

Elicitation at sleeves and legs bottoms. Trousers provided with adjustable braces and waist elastication.

Boots are outlined for maximum comfort, wear ability and undress provided with frogs for adjustment and clinging.

Soles made of high temperature resistance material, internally covered by wool and in the outer part by 100% KEVLAR bouclette. Five fingers gloves with long cuff and split leather reinforcements on the palm.

The hood has wide shape and allows use of mask and breathing apparatus.

It is composed of an adjustable inner safety helmet according to UNI-EN 397 (-20ยฐC / 440 Vac class) and a golden, antidazzle visor, thickness 5 mm.

Elasticated armpit braces closed by press studs buttons are provided in three positions for hood proper setting.

The overall is provided with carrying bag. The garment is manufactured in absolute absence of asbestos fibers.

The overall outer layer is made of aluminized FIRETEX fiber glass fabric and lined with a wool fabric granting comfort during intervention.

The overall is a 3rd category safety equipment and CE approved on the base of EN 1486 Type 2 standards as proximity specialized firefighting suit.

The overall is available in S-M-L size.

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