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Why Fire Departments Need Alternative PPE

Wearing The Right Gear For The Right Call  

Why should one set of turnouts be the only option for every emergency you respond to? 

Learn How To Bundle With The Interceptor Package

Fire Gear Is The Solution!

Statistics have shown the risks firefighters face in their line of duty, especially as it relates to cancer and heat stress. Due to the exposure of carcinogens, cancer rates among firefighters is higher than the public at large. There are many programs and studies

Change The Way You Think About Your PPE With The Interceptor Package

Change The Statistic And Defend Yourself

Statistics have shown the risks firefighters face in their line of duty, especially as it relates to cancer and heat stress. Unfortunately, job-related exposure to carcinogens and other fire-ground toxins is a reality, but there are changes your

The Interceptor Package May Already Be in Your Budget

Get the most from your budget! 💸

We understand that sometimes providing higher levels of protection can create significant stress on the budgets of many fire departments. The Interceptor Package offers a financial solution that will maximize your ability to protect yourself and others without

Small Department Uses Limited Funding to Upgrade Gear

Financially supporting a fire house is no easy task. Many departments must resort to unconventional ways of securing funding to supply their crews with the proper gear needed to keep them protected. That's why financial decisions must be considered carefully.

Fire Department Decision To Purchase The Fire-Dex H41 Interceptor™ Hood

The Fire-Dex H41 Interceptor™ Hood with Nomex® Nano Flex was designed to keep potentially carcinogenic particulates and other harmful contaminants off of firefighters’ jaws, faces, and necks. These areas have been identified as highly absorptive and more permeable than other areas of skin.

Introducing the Fire-Dex Interceptor Package

Recent studies show daunting statistics about firefighters developing cancer while on the job or years after retirement. In fact, firefighters are 29% more likely to contract cancer in their lifetime than the general public. Additionally, it is well known that the number one cause of Line Of

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