Hainsworth Protective Fabrics – Returning to Interschutz 2022

After a longer-than-planned break, Hainsworth Protective Fabrics are excited to be returning to Interschutz in 2022. Interschutz provides a forum for firefighters worldwide to come together, share their experiences and explore the solutions that are needed to help keep themselves…

Envirograf – A leading force in passive fire products

Established in 1983 by managing director Derek Ward, the Envirograf brand quickly evolved to become a leading force in passive fire products. Having developed fire-retardant and firestopping products for numerous scenarios, the company’s reputation as an innovator and developer of…

Streamlight – Turn to a higher power

Leading provider of high-performance lighting devices Streamlight Inc. explains the importance of professional lighting devices for firefighters. Any firefighting mission can be fraught with danger. The potential for a hazardous environment or high-risk situation can be found around every corner.…

Rescue-Sim – Implementing and adopting digital learning

Over the past 18 months and with the challenges Covid has brought, we have seen a marked increase in online digital learning at Rescue-Sim (www.rescue-sim.com). We knew an online interactive training tool for Road Traffic Collisions (RTCs) and vehicle extrication…

Profab Access – Setting the standard for certification and compliance

Profab Access, a leading UK manufacturer of riser doors and access panel solutions for ceilings, walls and partitions, is supporting construction professionals in achieving a new standard of compliance throughout each stage of the design, construction and maintenance processes.  The…

ALPEX – Innovative materials for particulate-blocking hoods 

ALPEX manufactures a range of laminates textiles made with Nomex Nano Flex barrier produced by DuPont. Tested in real conditions, the performance results are outstanding. Recent statistics from the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) warn of an alarming trend:…

Partrix Fire GmbH – Next-generation aspirating smoke detectors based on innovative technology help detect more subtle fire threats

Partrix Fire is a fire-protection company specialising in developing aspirating smoke detectors (ASDs). Its core R&D team has more than 20 years of R&D and manufacturing experience in the industry and has been committed to providing customers with high-performance, very…

Speedings Limited – Protective equipment and supplies for Emergency Services in the UK

Speedings was first established in 1827 as James Speeding and Company, a ships’ stores merchants; they were one of the many companies formed at that time to supply the increasing numbers of sailing ships plying trade routes worldwide. This was…

Cadcorp – Fire and rescue services benefit from independently performed, tailor-made risk and workload modelling

UK fire and rescue services have an extensive range of obligations. These extend from front-line response, covering a wide variety of incident types, to community engagement/prevention work, fire investigation, and protection and risk management planning. With budget cuts and increasing…

London Electronics Ltd – Rugged large displays to clearly show temperature, time, flow and pressure

London Electronics Ltd specialises in designing and making user-friendly, reliable custom large displays so you can easily see important information from afar, in harsh environments. They can also offer Atex ExnR rated displays for more challenging applications. Originally based in…

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