Ram Air Introduces Special-Ops Gear Decon System


November, 2014 – Ram Air Gear Dryer, a manufacturer known for their turnout gear dryers, recently introduced a complete system for proper decontamination of special-ops gear that cannot be washed in a mechanical washer. Ram Air’s Special-ops Decon System simplifies the process of cleaning and drying special-ops gear including hazmat, immersion and ice-rescue suits. The system teams Ram Air’s new Gear Decon Sprayer with their Rinse Station and Staging Accessory and 4-IHT Gear Dryer for quick cleaning and effective drying of special-ops gear.


“Special-ops gear can be large and awkward to handle,” said Lance Dornn, president of Ram Air. “We designed the new Special-ops Decon System to minimize handling of gear. The Decon System makes it easy for firefighters to properly clean special-ops gear that may otherwise be inadequately cleaned by hosing it down on the floor.”


To decontaminate gear using Ram Air’s Special-ops Decon System, firefighters dress their special-ops gear on a stickman. The Rinse Stand securely holds the dressed stickman in an upright, inverted position for easy decontamination using the Ram Air Gear Decon Sprayer. Designed with air injection at the nozzle, the sprayer automatically mixes water and gear-cleaning solutions/disinfectants with air to achieve a foaming action. The foam provides better adhesion to the garment—ensuring saturation time requirements set forth by manufacturers are met and that gear is properly decontaminated. The dressed stickman is then transferred directly from the Rinse Station to the Ram Air 4-IHT Gear Dryer for quick drying without further handling of the gear.


For more information or to order Ram Air’s new Special-Ops Decon System, please visit www.ramairgeardryer.com or contact us at 855-393-3379 (USA) or 888-393-3379 (Canada).


About Ram Air
A firefighter-owned company, Ram Air provides a full range of dryers made exclusively for drying personal protective equipment including bunker gear, immersion/hazmat suits, helmets, gloves, boots, face masks and SCBAs. Their patented dryers use heated or ambient air with powerful fans that push air through gear from the inside out. The large volume of air effectively dries gear in a fraction of the time—getting firefighters back to action fast. NFPA compliant, Ram Air Gear Dryers are built with the highest quality components and set standards beyond any other competitor’s products. The company strives to provide unmatched customer service and quality products that ensure personnel gear is in top operating condition—ultimately preserving the safety of firefighters and those they serve.

 

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