A firefighter-owned company, Ram Air Gear Dryer provides a full range of dryers made exclusively for drying personal protective equipment including turnout gear, immersion/hazmat suits, helmets, gloves, boots, face masks and SCBAs. Our patented dryers are designed to dry gear quickly—getting firefighters back to action fast. NFPA compliant, Ram Air PPE Dryers are built with the highest quality components. We strive to set standards beyond any other competitor’s products. Our goal is to provide unmatched customer service and quality products that ensure gear is in top operating condition—ultimately preserving the safety of firefighters and those they serve.
TURNOUT GEAR DRYERS
Ram Air Turnout Gear Dryers safely and quickly dry all turnout gear and accessories including helmets, gloves, boots, face masks and SCBAs. Our PPE gear dryers are available in 4, 6 or 8-unit models with a touchscreen control that enables ambient or heated-air drying. All models align with gear manufacturer requirements and comply with NFPA 1851/FEMSA recommendations for drying gear.
SPECIAL-OPS GEAR DRYERS
By allowing for inverted drying, Ram Air’s T4-IHT Special-Ops Gear Dryers are able to dry hazmat, immersion (survival or gumby suits), CBRN/Multi-threat suits, and ice-rescue suits that standard gear dryers cannot accommodate. Additionally, the T4-IHT dries standard bunker gear and accessories. Adjustable to any size gear, it dries quickly and efficiently without turning gear inside out and causing damage to the gear.
This video demonstrates processes of cross-contamination from bunker gear to individuals, equipment, the fire station, personal vehicles, and even family members. This video has been evaluated and has been shown to be effective at increasing intentions to...
Ram Air Gear Dryer part of “first line of protection” against cancer in Denmark, IA fire department.
Fire Chief Todd Ross of the Denmark Fire & Rescue in Iowa purchased a Ram Air Gear Dryer as a first line of protection against cancer. The purchase came after Bob Riddle, a founding member of the department, died of brain cancer. Since then, Ross has...
This article by Jeff and Grace Stull is featured on www.firerescue1.com gives you what you need to know about the differences between soiling, contamination and cleaning, decontaminating firefighter turnout gear.Read it