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1 1 Honeywell First Responder Products Honeywell First Responder Products is a team of dedicated, experienced, fire service technical marketing professionals representing our leading products in a variety of emergency, rescue and fire service fields Because what you do matters Serious gear for serious firefighting

2 2 Honeywell First Responder Product Brands

3 3 Honeywell First Responder Products Honeywell First Responder Products is the only true head to toe manufacturer of first responder personal protective equipment in North America. Our Mission Statement: Honeywell First Responder Products provides solutions to the challenges keeping first responders from executing their missions effectively, efficiently and safely 100% of the time. First plant built in 1929 Current plant in Dayton, Ohio Honeywell International brings the world’s cutting edge technology to the North American fire service. With more than 300,000 employees globally, Honeywell has resources that no other company serving North America’s first responders can offer.

4 4 HFRP – Our History Our history is full of change, innovation and growth. While our name has changed from Morning Pride to Total Fire Group to Honeywell First Responder Products, our commitment to excellence has stayed the same. Larry Grilliot in “Fire-Alls.” Morning Pride’s first sewing room on Home Avenue in Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio, 1921, Morning Pride Manufacturing was born in the basement of a dry goods store owned by Lawrence and Estelle Grilliot. Mrs. Grilliot took over the space to sew morning dresses, garments women wore over their regular dresses when they cleaned the house. In 1924, at the request of a local fire equipment distributor, the company expanded its clothing line to include canvas duck coats for firefighters. In 1929, the company built its first stitching facility, a state-of-the-art manufacturing center in South Dayton. Unfortunately, the Great Depression set in, threatening the Grilliot’s new venture. They survived, however, by adapting to the times and accepting any stitching work they could find. From tarps to aprons to hospital gowns, the Grilliots kept the plant running as they built their fire gear business.

5 5 Who is HFRP? We are the leaders in innovation With more than 250 patents, we lead the industry in innovation and ingenuity. In fact, we have more patents than all the other companies in our industry combined. We are the leaders in product development HFRP has a vibrant New Product Introduction (NPI) process that reduces the time it takes to bring exciting innovations to the market. Our NPI process starts with feedback, Voice of the Customer (VOC), from first responders and distributors. We take our customer ’ s ideas and turn them into products that help them save lives. We define the cutting edge We set the trends that others try to follow. Gear designed with ergonomics in mind; light-weight hybrid boots; three-dimensional gloves; hoods shaped with comfort in mind; helmets made from revolutionary materials so strong they don ’ t require impact caps. We take cutting edge ideas and turn them into reality. Morning Pride Ranger Combat Ready Sperian PRO- Warrington Ranger Boots Servus Boots American Firewear Fire Warrior Kore Kooler Rehab Chair Honeywell First Responder Products is focused on what we can do today and what is possible to do tomorrow to improve first responder survivability.

6 6 Morning Pride Clothing

7 7 Boot Overview

8 8 NFPA Standards Our wide range of boots are covered by a multitude of NFPA Standards NFPA 1971 – Structural Firefighting – 26 models NFPA 1977 – Wildland Firefighting – 5 models NFPA 1951 – Technical Rescue Ops – 1 model NFPA 1999 – Emergency Medical Ops – 3 models NFPA 1992 – Liquid Splash HazMat – 20 models NFPA 1971 – Proximity – 1 model NO OTHER MANUFACTURER HAS THIS WIDE RANGE OF DIVERSIFIED PRODUCTS

9 9 PRO-Warrington Leather Boots 3 Most Popular PRO Models Berry Amendment Compliant

10 10 Technical Rescue and Recovery Model 6006 PowerToe™ Crosstech™ moisture barrier Patented metatarsal Composite toe Advance rip stop side panels Fire/Ice Vibram® sole 4 certifications Optional zipper available Metatarsal Area

11 11 Ranger Rubber Boots Foxing/Toe cap - Double the protection of all other brand Lining - Kelvar®/Nomex® or wool Cushioned insole - Built into the boot for additional heat absorption - Additional shock absorption Outsoles - Available in either lug sole or calendared sole Footguard - Available in selected models - Protects the metatarsal area of foot

12 12 Servus Rubber Boots Construction - Latex dipped available on selected models Lining - Kevlar® or wool lining Outsoles - Lug or calendared Footguard - Available metatarsal protection on selected models Durability - Solid rubber foxing and toe cap protection

13 13 Crash Fire Rescue – Proximity Boot Exclusive heat reflective rubber compound Rugged, reinforced with Nomex lining Extra thick foxing and toe cap protection Only certified proximity boot on the market

14 14 Morning Pride Helmets

15 15 Ben 2 Plus Traditional Lite Force Plus Modern NFPA 1971, 2007 Edition Morning Pride Helmet Line

16 16 Morning Pride Helmet Line Proximity Plus Traditional Proximity Plus Modern NFPA 1971, 2007 Edition

17 17 Morning Pride Helmet Line Lightweight Front Brim Lightweight Full Brim Heavy Duty Both Lightweight Helmets Certified to NFPA 1951, 2007 Edition and NFPA 1977 WIldland NFPA 1951, 2007 Edition

18 18 Morning Pride Helmet Line Wildland Front Brim Wildland Full Brim NFPA 1977, 2005 Edition

19 19 Morning Pride Helmet Line ANSI Z89, Type 1 Class E Shown with Highly Recommended Options

20 20 Morning Pride Structural Helmet Advantages What Makes FYR-Glass So Strong? - FYR-Glass sheet molded compound combines resins, additive and fiberglass strands to create a helmet 6.5 time stronger than typical fiberglass helmets - Only Morning Pride has FYR- Glass technology - During shell production, molds must be evenly pre-heated to well in excess of 275 degrees F - Shells produced on 100-ton presses at over 1,000 psi provide the most durable, molded true- color-throughout shells Advantage # 1: Strongest Shell on the Market

21 21 Morning Pride Structural Helmet Advantages Won’t fog up Works perfectly with glasses Fits comfortably without sitting on wear’s nose Won’t creep down wearer’s face Advantage #21: EZ-Flips (NFPA 1971 and ANSI Z87.1 Certified)

22 22 American Firewear Gloves Line

23 23 American Firewear Structural Gloves Super Glove – Glauntlet (GL- SGKCG) Kangaroo back, Digiroo™ palm outer shell Crosstech® moisture barrier Kevlar®/Nomex® thermal liner 3-D pattern Wing thumb Gauntlet cuff HNO level of BPR protection NFPA 1971 Structural certified

24 24 American Firewear Structural Gloves Gauntlet- Model GL-BPR-EGG Elk outer shell Crosstech® moisture barrier SEF thermal liner 2-D pattern Wing thumb Gauntlet cuff BPR level of BPR protection NFPA 1971 Structural certified

25 25 American Firewear Structural Gloves Sleevemate Gauntlet – Model GL-HNO-EGG-SM Elk outer shell Crosstech® moisture barrier SEF thermal liner 2-D pattern Wing thumb Sleevemate cuff HNO level of BPR protection NFPA 1971 Structural certified

26 26 American Firewear Structural Gloves Mitten Gauntlet – Model GL-BPR-EGM Elk outer shell Crosstech® moisture barrier SEF thermal liner 2-D mitten pattern Wing thumb Gauntlet cuff BPR level of BPR protection NFPA 1971 Structural certified

27 27 American Firewear Structural Gloves Fire Mate™ – Wristlet – 9500 Kangaroo palm, elk back outer shell Crosstech® moisture barrier Kevlar®/Nomex® thermal liner 2-D pattern Wing thumb 2-ply Nomex® Spandex wristlet w/leather pull tab cuff HNO level of BPR protection NFPA 1971 Structural certified NFPA 1951 Technical Rescue & Recovery certified NFPA 1951 Technical Rescue & Recovery, Utility certified

28 28 American Firewear Structural Gloves Eclipse™ – Convertible Cuff – 8700 Kangaroo palm, elk back outer shell Pyrotect® moisture barrier Kevlar®/Nomex® thermal liner 2-D pattern Swing Thumb™ Convertible cuff HNO level of BPR protection NFPA 1971 Structural certified

29 29 American Firewear Proximity Gloves Proximity – Sleevemate – GL-HNO-RGA- SM Aluminized Pbi®/Twaron rip stop/Elk outer shell Crosstech® moisture barrier SEF thermal liner 3-D pattern Wing thumb Sleevemate cuff HNO level of HNO protection NFPA 1971 Structural certified

30 30 Glove Materials 4 Types of Moisture Barriers All of which meet NFPA requirements All third-party certified moisture barriers meet the NFPA Standards for liquid, chemical, and bloodborne pathogen penetration Moisture barrier and the thermal lining are permanently bonded together and then sewn into the glove to prevent the possibility of pullout

31 31 American Firewear Gear Bags

32 32 Ultimate Gear Bags Model B80RS-WH The Ultimate B80RS, but on wheels Dual wheel system to make transporting easier Does not include shoulder strap Convenient pull strap 29” x 14” x 16” outside dimensions 19” x 14” x 16” main gear compartment dimensions 3.8 cubic foot capacity

33 33 Ultimate Gear Bags Model DBAG 28” x 15” x 16” outside dimensions 3.9 cubic foot capacity Opens to form changing platform Ventilating end panels Navy blue, 1000 denier Cordura® nylon with red zippers and webbing handles

34 34 American Firewear Hood Introduction

35 35 Hood Design Advantages Ventilated Hoods (Patented) The head is where the body vents heat most actively Minimizes heat-caused stress on the body by venting heat through Pbi™ mesh top Pbi™ mesh ventilating panel in the crown area allow maximum heat release 2007 Edition of NFPA 1971 requires hoods to cover the top of the head where the helmet is positioned Vented hood design is permitted because the areas requiring thermal protective performance (TPP) include the sides and neck only

36 36 Hood Design Advantages Targeted Heat-Guard Hood Extra insulation just where it is needed Patented targeted Heat-Guard insulated front New requirements require beefed up helmet ear cover insulation of 20 TPP Hoods alone are only required to have 20 TPP HTC™ Carbon blend black/interior Nomex® fleece Photo shows hood turned inside out Nomex® Fleece backing the Eagle HTC™ carbon blend visible

37 37 Hood Design Advantages Comfort Top Hood Knit allows hood stretch in all directions to maximize comfort and fit Eliminates discomfort caused by seams sitting under helmet headband

38 38 Hood Design Advantages Heavy Duty Face Opening Elastic The face opening of the Super Hoods, Supreme Eagle,™ the Oversize Eagle™ and the Eagle HTC™ Carbon blend hood styles incorporates our heavy-duty Flatlock Natural Face (FNF) or “Natural Fit” design Couples heavy-duty elastic with a unique gathering pattern Allows over 17½” of stretch with an instantaneous snap- back and incredible comfort

39 39 Hood Styling Oversized Eagle™ Phoenix-style oversized combo Outer layer of Basofil® Inner layer of P84®/Lenzing Oversized hood with “Natural Fit” face opening Flatlock top Oversized head area

40 40 American Firewear Clothing

41 41 American Firewear Clothing Operational Models Incident Response Wildland EMS Technical Rescue and Recovery - Technical Rescue Utility - Technical Rescue and Recovery Law Enforcement and Military General Purpose/Extrication

42 42 American Firewear Clothing Tri-Certified BDUs and Jumpsuits NFPA 1951 Technical Rescue Operations – Utility NFPA 1977 Wildland Fire Fighting NFPA 1975 Station/Work Uniforms

43 43 American Firewear Clothing Tailored to fit Completely customizable Quick delivery Huge selection of custom options Excellent pricing

44 44 American Firewear Clothing Wildland 2-Piece Sets NFPA 1977, 2005 edition Durable protection Lightweight comfort Fully featured ISO 9001:2000 quality assurance 9 oz flame resistant Indura® cotton 9 oz FR Indura® Ultrasoft twill 6 oz. Nomex IIIA

45 45 American Firewear Clothing Wildland Jumpsuit Style WC2000 Durable protection Lightweight comfort Fully featured NFPA 1977, 2005 edition ISO 9001:2000 quality assurance 9 oz. flame resistant Indura® cotton 9 oz. FR Indura® Ultrasoft twill 6 oz. Nomex IIIA

46 46 American Firewear Clothing Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Jumpsuit Style EJ3000T Designed for the rigors of everyday wear Features a number of pockets specially designed for EMS work ISO 9001:2000 quality assurance 9 oz flame resistant Indura® cotton 9 oz FR Indura® Ultrasoft twill 6 oz. Nomex IIIA

47 47 American Firewear Clothing General Purpose/Extrication Jacket Order 500-Series jacket with trim and add all of the below: Stethoscope pocket Pencil/flashlight pocket Mic tab above radio pocket Extra large mic tab on radio pocket 800 Jacket Does not meet NFPA 1977 Padded elbow reinforcements Cotton lined sleeves


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