Emergency Response

To protect others, emergency responders need the best protection for themselves.  Emergency workers and first responders face a number of toxic—and sometimes exotic—chemical, thermal and biological threats, such as toxic industrial chemicals (TICs), chemical warfare agents (CWAs) and viruses. Choosing an appropriate PPE garment means considering many factors.

The products below are frequently selected for use in emergency response, but this is not a comprehensive list.  Please click the Industry option in the Product Selector tool at the top of this page to specify your unique challenges and find the garment(s) that best suit your needs. 

Frequently Selected - Emergency Response

Tychem® 6000 FR

TP198T OR, NFPA 1992, 2112 & 70E, Coverall w/ Resp. Fit Hood, Elastic Wrists, Open Ankles, Dble Strm Flap; Hook & Loop, Taped Seams

Tychem® 10000

TK613T LY, NFPA 1994, Class 2, Level A, Exp Back, Rear Entry, Att. Dual Layer Gloves, Socks w/ Outer Boot Flaps, Dble Strm Flap; Hook & Loop, Double Taped Seams

Tychem® 10000

TK128T LY, Coverall w/ Resp. Fit Hood, Elastic Wrists, Socks w/ Outer Boot Flaps, Dble Strm Flap; Hook & Loop, Taped Seams

Tychem® TK

TKGEVJTYL00, Gas-tight suit, Double glove system, Double-taped seams, Attached boots, Large visor, Cat.III, Type 1a-ET

Tychem® 10000 FR

RF600T SV, NFPA 1991, Level A, Exp Back, Frt Entry, Att. Dual Layer Gloves, Socks w/ Outer Boot Flaps, Dble Strm Flap; Hook & Loop, Double Taped Seams

Tychem® 2000 SFR

QS127T GR, Coverall w/ Resp. Fit Hood, Elastic Wrists, Ankles, Waist, Storm Flap; Adhesive Clos., Taped Seams, *Must be worn over appropriate primary FR clothing.*

Tychem® 6000 F

TF0611TGYUG, Hooded coverall with rear entry, Dissipative socks and boot flaps, Attached undergloves, Rubber seal on hood, Cat.III,Type 3-B,4-B,5-B,6-B, EN 1073-2, EN 14126, EN 1149-5