Hainsworth® TITAN is a 220gsm breathable, comfortable outer-shell designed to minimise the effects of heat stress whilst being robust enough to withstand the rigours of modern day fire fighting. It comes in a range of light stable colours complete with Hainsworth® REPEL+ finish offering durable protection against hazardous chemicals without the need to re-impregnate after every wash.
Hainsworth® TITAN is designed to be used in conjunction with the latest generation of thermal and moisture barriers to meet or exceed the performance requirements of both EN and NFPA standards for structural fire-fighting. This quality already protects over 50,000 fire fighters worldwide and continues to gain popularity with leading professional fire brigades.
Hainsworth® TITAN is available in a stock range of colours as well as customer specific colours subject to minimum order quantities. Please contact us for more information.
Hainsworth can offer a range of different finishes to meet the requirements and standards of your specific end use. Complimented by our in house UKAS accredited laboratory, Hainsworth have a rolling programme designed to improve the durability, chemical run off, spray rating, and handle of our finishes. Hainsworth® REPEL+ finish provides an invisible barrier around each fibre of the fabric and has been designed to provide the first line of defence against a range of hazardous chemicals that may be encountered by Riot Police or Fire Fighters. At Hainsworth we test the finish in our own UKAS accredited laboratory to guarantee its performance. It is a durable finish that will last for more than 30 wash dry/cycles and has added stain resistance to aid garment cleaning. Please enquire for further details.
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