Fire Suit Maintenance

Save lives and increase the effectiveness of your fire suits with a regular care package.

Caring about kit maintenance

When your crew’s job involves saving lives, protect theirs by maintaining their kit. Fire is not the only risk today’s crews face. Layered structural suits help keep airborne chemicals away from skin, but sometimes it is what’s on the outside that counts. Particles can remain on a suit’s outer layer. Proper fire suit maintenance, includes removing dangerous particles from a suit’s outer layer, so it can always have your team’s back: on the scene, at the station or base, and every time it is worn.

National coverage, local service

Your fire suits are in safe hands with us, wherever you are based. We increase the lifespan and effectiveness of fire suits with a care and maintenance package across a UK-wide network of 22 fire suit maintenance service depots. Trust us, we know how to deal with turn-out gear. We will return yours clean, de-contaminated and defect-free.

Suits that work harder for longer

We use the latest technology to scan your kit for contaminants and damage. We know you can’t work without it, so we are committed to returning your kit within seven days, cleaned, repaired and ready for action. Our team inspects each garment for damage before thorough cleaning, decontamination and repair (or identified for retirement and replacement if authorised). Want progress updates? Access our online Wardrobe Management Portal (WMP) to track your garments’ progress.

Case Studies

Farnborough Airport

As a seasoned firefighter with 32 years of experience, I have no hesitation in recommending the FlamePro fire kit

- Ed Knighton, Station Manager

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19 June 2023

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