Thorough Cleaning of Gear Is Critical For Safety
The NFPA, protective garment manufactures, and OSHA blood-borne pathogen standards require the washing of protective gear in a commercial front load washer. Dirty, contaminated gear must be washed correctly because the toxins and hydrocarbons are extremely dangerous to the firefighter and anyone who comes in contact with it.
Every firefighter knows that bunker gear is the most important tool they have in staying safe while on the job. Proper drying is important too. Wascomat dryers can handle all your regular wash and are available with specialized products to dry all your gear.
Let Great Lakes provide you with the right equipment for your department. Great Lakes offers the industry’s best products matched to meet your specialized fire gear needs. We can help with grant writing, equipment sizing, utility requirements, installation, and staff training. Here at Great Lakes we make things easy.
Great Lakes belongs to the Firechief Association and State Firefighter Association in our distributor territories to help support what you do. We understand the procurement process.