The highest level of protection for your firefighting operations
Rosenbauer is THE leading supplier of operational and protective clothing for firefighters. The product line ranges from protective suits, suits for rescue operations and operational suits to functional clothing. Firefighter clothing is developed in-house at Rosenbauer and manufactured in accordance with customers’ requirements.
EN 469 is the standard for the technical and ergonomic performance requirements of fire fighting protective clothing. The standard assumes two classes of performance. Rosenbauer protective clothing meets the highest protection level in all three categories.
EN 469:2005 tests:
- Heat transfer
- Water penetration
- Resistance to water vapor permeability
Fire fighting clothing from Rosenbauer stands for the highest degree of protection
Safety is paramount with regard to the personal protective equipment of fire fighting emergency crews. The testing of the operational and protective suits corresponding to the highest levels of performance of EN 469:2005 is therefore an important quality criterion for Rosenbauer. In the workmanship the highest value is placed on the use of high-quality outer materials (NOMEX®Tough, PBI) and extreme heat and flame resistant materials (PU-coated aramide fabric).
Practical features guarantee more comfort and functionality
Rosenbauer fire fighting clothing is fitted with numerous features such as pockets, holders and reinforcements, for example.. In operations, precisely these details help to optimally exectue important procedures and therefore save time. In addition, they deliver a certain something for more comfort.
Highest demands on design and cut
An optimum fit and the related wear comfort in operation are an important part of high-quality protective and operational clothing. Rosenbauer fire fighting clothing stands for a comfortable and modern sporty cut.
Firefighters clothing is developed in-house at Rosenbauer. Product management, pattern development, design and pattern cutters intensively work on new models and on the continuous improvement of the protective suits.
The design tailors have been based in Leonding, Austria since 2012. Individual customer requirements or changes to standards can therefore be rapidly implemented in new products.