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Protection against contaminants

INNOTEX GRAY™ HOOD 25

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MODel: INNOTEX GRAY Hood 25
supplieR: Innotex


Our newest collection of protective interfaces. Designed to reduce the risk of carcinogenic particulate contamination while maintaining air permeability.

INNOTEX GRAY™ is a series of protective interfaces that addresses the growing industry concern of increased cancer cases in firefighters. By using a particulate blocking layer, we can effectively mitigate the risks of carcinogenic particulate contamination while maintaining air permeability.

INNOTEX GRAY™ aims to protect multiple vulnerable areas, including the head, neck, wrists, body and legs, while maintaining comfort and mobility. Wherever you see gray, you’re equipped with a particulate blocking layer. Find out more here.


Specifications

Shields vulnerable area between helmet & coat. 3-layer system. Outer shell is an air permeable particulate blocking layer. Smooth, cooling inner viscose filament liner. TTP 29.7 / THL 385.

  • Particulate blocking layer INNOTEX GRAY™
    Uses a particulate blocking layer that stops particulates 0.1 to 1.0 microns (µm) found in the combustion of structural fires by >98%.
  • Air permeable Innotex Gray™
    Allows for air permeation, which is essential to reduce the risk of increased core temperature.
  • Innotex Gray™ hood 3 layers
    Just like your turnout. The outer shell is an air permeable carcinogenic particulate blocking layer. The middle layer, Stedair Prevent®, blocks more than 98% of particles ranging from 0.1 to 1.0 microns.  The inner liner is a smooth, cooling viscose filament.
  • Three layers :
    1 - Nomex 20% / Lenzing FR 80% (Shoulder/back bib) (8 oz/YD2)
    2 - Stedair Prevent, particulate blocking layer, air permeability
    3 - 100% viscose filament (soft superior wicking properties)
  • Certified NFPA 1971, 2013 Edition
  • Meet proposed NFPA 1971, 2018 Edition
  • Patent pending