“We are extremely happy with our Ram Air Gear Dryer. It allows us to improve service internally by speeding the dry time of decontaminated PPE. In the past, drying has required multiple days so crews often wore either contaminated, wet or damp PPE. Now, our firefighters report they can wash four sets of PPE (liners and shells) and have them completely dry, ready for deployment again in under five hours.”

Eric Magnuson, Deputy Chief – Operations/Training

Northshore Fire Department, Kenmore, Washington

“As the result of a successful 2008 FEMA-AFG Safety and Operations grant, Mariposa County Fire Department purchased five Ram Air gear dryers…” “I am pleased to say that all five dryer units have met and exceeded all expectations and, to date, MCFD has not experienced any mechanical failures. Our volunteer members are pleased with their performance.”

Jim Wilson, Fire Chief

Mariposa County Fire Department, Mariposa, California

“The Fort Worth Fire Department purchased, and has been using two of the model 6 MU’s for the past five years. Our dryers assume a work load of 12 hours per day, 4 days a week. Our PPE Technicians are pleased with the consistent performance, and being able to keep up with the work load.”

Captain Michael Gardner, Supply Manager, PPE Coordinator

Fort Worth Fire Department, Fort Worth, Texas

“The Lafayette Fire Department purchased the Ram Air gear dryer approximately 2 years ago and we are extremely pleased with its performance. The model we purchased holds 6 sets of gear. We are now able to wash our gear and put it back in service within 3 hours. The Ram Air gear dryer has exceeded our expectations and we highly recommend it.”

Gerry Morrell, Fire Chief

City of Lafayette Fire Department, Layfayette, Colorado

“The Montrose Fire Protection District has purchased the Ram Air gear dryer. We purchased the model that dries 6 sets of gear. The first time we used it six sets of structural bunker gear were dry in two hours. We are now able to wash our gear and get it back in service within 2 hours and 45 minutes from the start of the wash cycle.”

Bob Pistor, Chief

Montrose Fire Protection District, Montrose, Colorado

“Our department has purchased two Ram Air Gear Dryers (one model 6-MU and one model 1-IHT) within the past two years and has been extremely pleased with the quality of construction and the functionality of each. The Ram Air Gear Dryer meets the needs of our department by providing short gear drying times without the use of heated air. I would recommend Ram Air Gear Dryers to any department that is looking for a quality gear dryer.”

Dru Tischer, Deputy Fire Chief

City of Shawnee Fire Department, Shawnee, Oklahoma

“We continued to look for a dryer that would serve our needs and come in at the right price point and discovered the Ram Air Dryer. After taking a thorough look at the how it operated, the options of drying other items other than turn out gear, and using only ambient air, we decided to make the purchase.”

Thomas L. Myers, Interim Fire Chief

Rio Vista Fire Department, Rio Vista, California

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