Infection Control:

Reduce the risk of contamination with this valuable health and safety tool.

The Fresh Gear Rapid Sanitizing System (RSS) was designed to ensure that the personal protective gear (PPE) intended to protect, does not itself become a source of harm.

Fresh Gear kills up to 99.99% of pathogens including MRSA (staph), HIV, and hepatitis, neutralizes carcinogens and removes odors from your bunker gear.

Read MRSA Article. (Caution: Graphic images)
Limit Exposure to Communicable Diseases:

MRSA infection is a serious threat to firefighter health and safety. READ Article

MRSA is on the rise in Fire & Police Depts READ NY Fire Prevention & Control Bulletin

Infection Prevention and Exposure Control Practices READ Ontario Fire Service Bulletin

Communicable Disease Guidelines for Firefighters READ FRI 2008 Presentation

Fresh Gear, Always Ready

Traditional washing leaves your gear wet and takes hours to dry out.

Fresh Gear dries your turnout gear while simultaneously disinfecting and deodorizing.

Fresh Gear is NFPA 1851 compliant. No agitation or tumbling, no detergents and no heat to increase material degradation.

Extend the life of your gear by killing bacteria inside and reducing moisture.

Fresh Gear causes NO WEAR and TEAR to your gear!

CHECK OUT THE TPP TEST RESULTS that demonstrate no material degradation after using the Fresh Gear RSS.

Why use ozone to sanitize? What the experts say...

Ozone gas is an effective and practical antibacterial agent - American Journal of Infection Control (published)

Ozone used to sanitize home of MRSA infected nurse - Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiologist (published)

Ozone used in the oxidation of cyanide and to oxidize phenols - Introduction to Hazardous Waste Incineration, Interscience

Ozone effective at neutralizing chemical contamination including cyanides, phenols, detergents - Antisepsis, Disinfection, and Sterilization, American Society Microbiology

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