Why do we call it the INNOTEX ENERGY™? Because its unique combination of design and construction innovations enhances mobility and evaporative cooling. That means you expend less energy fighting your gear and heat stress . . . and have more energy for doing what firefighters do best: fight fires; save lives.
Airflow™ (Patent Pending) is a three-dimensional padding system that cushions the SCBA while creating Airflow™ channels.
Built with heavy-duty mesh and precisely shaped, closed-cell foam, the Airflow™ channels manage perspiration while eliminating the sealed-envelope effect area when wearing an SCBA.
Whether you opt for the RDG 60, 50, 40, 30 or 20 you know you’re getting all the innovative and ergonomic standard features that make INNOTEX® ENERGYTM turnout gear one of the most performance-driven on the market. Predetermined fabric combinations which allow stress free decision making and guaranteed 15 day delivery. lets you focus your energy on fighting fires, not your gear. Its streamlined design is packed with a host of innovative features that provide increased durability, unparalleled comfort and exceptional mobility, without adding bulk or weight or compromising thermal protection.
*NFPA 1951 – Standard on Protective Ensembles for Technical Rescue Incidents
*NFPA 1977 – Standard on Protective Clothing and Equipment for Wildland Fire Fighting
The INNOTEX GRAY™ Hood 25 has a THL of 427 (NFPA 1971:
2018 Edition requirement is a minimum THL of 325).
The INNOTEX GRAY™* Hood 25 has a TPP of 22.6 when new and
a TPP of 34.1 after 5 washes (NFPA 1971: 2018 Edition
requirement is a minimum TPP of 20).
The particulate blocking layer blocks particulates 0.1 μm to 1.0
μm (microns) by greater than 99%. (NFPA 1971: 2018 Edition
requirement is a minimum of 90%)
Exclusively at INNOTEX®. These gloves are enhanced for protection. Proudly manufactured in the U.S.A.
CROSSTECH® inserts provide long lasting protection against hot water, blood, body fluids and common chemicals by resisting damage due to flexing, abrasion and heat exposure.