Bunker Gear Cleaning, Inspecting, and Repairing

Keeping your bunker gear in tip-top shape and free of contaminates that put your health and safety at risk.

It is coming soon to the local area!
Here to help keep you healthy and safe by allowing you to follow NFPA 1851 Standards
Clean bunker gear is the new standard!
Studies have shown dirty and contaminated bunker gear is unsafe and increases health risks; it reduces visibility, transfers heat, and leaves toxins that you absorb and spread to others. Having your gear advanced cleaned two times a year (6 months apart), with an advanced inspection at one of those cleanings, is just the start. It may need cleanings and inspections more often, plus any repairs found during an inspection.