Design Requirements For Firefighting Suits

- May 11, 2018-

1.1 the protective clothing of protective clothing is composed of outer layer, waterproof breathable layer, thermal insulation layer and comfortable layer multi-layer fabric. This compound can be used to make a single coat or jacket. It can meet the requirements of basic garment production process and the corresponding standard of auxiliary materials.

1.2 protective coat.

1.2.1 the protected area protective coat shall provide protection for the upper torso, neck, arm and wrist of the firefighter, but the scope of protection shall not include the head and hands. The overlap between the protective coat and the multi-layer fabric should not be less than 200mm.

1.2.2 the collar height should not be less than 102mm, and should be connected or fastened. The collar structure should include outer layer, waterproof breathable layer, thermal insulation layer.

1.2.3 the structure of the placket should include outer layer, waterproof breathable layer and insulation layer.

1.2.4 sleeve cuffs should be designed to protect the firemen's wrists and prevent burning debris from entering the sleeves. The cuff shall not obstruct the wearing of the protective suit, and shall be combined with the wearing of protective gloves.

1.3 protective trousers shall protect the lower limbs and legs of the fireman, but not the ankles and feet.

1.4 ensuring reflectors with reflective logo suture belt should be firmly on the protective suit jacket and trousers, split type protective clothing in coat bust, hem and cuffs, trousers in stitching width should be not less than 50 mm reflective marking tape. Reflective marking tape set, should be in its 360 ° bearing are visible.

1.5 the position label of the label should be placed on the comfort layer on the left side of the front chest of the protective coat.

1.6 the color of the protective clothing is navy blue.

1.7 auxiliary materials a) all hardware shall have no spots, nodules or sharp edges. And through anti-corrosion treatment; B) the flame-retardant sewing thread and buckle should be selected, and the color should match the outer fabric; C) the front door of the protective coat should be no less than 8 zipper, and the color matches the outer fabric; D) elastic bands should be used for the straps of the protective pants.