The varied belt systems stand out through heat protection, comfort and simple handling. Thanks to the extensive range of accessories, there is also the possibility to put together systems individually and in doing so to meet the most varied requirements of a fire department. Another advantage is that the harness / rescue strap can very easily be threaded in and out through the well-thoughtout design. Therefore, standard inspection, maintenance and correct cleaning of the jacket are made easier.
with currently three different harnesses, each with its own closure system. The harnesses can be supplemented with a self-protection loop or a webbing sling in combination with various carabiners to form a complete IRS (Integrated Rescue System). This means that the IRS can be flexibly adapted to the needs and requirements of the fire service. When the belt is not needed it disappears inconspicuously but protected in the assembly tunnel which is integrated fully through the jacket. This means that no important components inside the jacket, such as, for example, the membrane, are damaged. Our threading-in aid makes it much easier to thread and unthread the belt – as is necessary before as well as after a washing process.
Please have the IRS inspected once a year by a competent person and carry out a visual inspection after each use.
Because here, too, the following applies: Safety first.
The innovative Loop system series by TEXPORT® can be used optionally as an integrated rescue system (IRS) for all TEXPORT® jackets with the funcions Bear and Loop.