Bristol Uniforms Ltd

Stand: A70
  • | Boots
  • | Fire Fighting Hood
  • | Gloves
  • | PPE Managed Services
  • | Protective Clothing
Bristol Uniforms Ltd

Bristol Uniforms has been a pioneer in the design and manufacture of protective clothing for emergency services across the globe for more than 60 years. This year Bristol will exhibit fire fighting ranges for both the UK Collaborative Procurement Framework and the Central PPE and Clothing Contract, showcase its innovative Particulate Protection Hood, and highlight its nationwide in-house managed services offer.

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Wathen Street
Staple Hill
Bristol
BS16 5LL
United Kingdom
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  • These garments have been designed to ensure that a firefighter is wearing garments which are suitable for the role being undertaken,  rather than wearing structural fire clothing for all roles (including Technical Rescue and Wildland firefighting).

  • XFlex is Bristol’s latest silhouette in light-weight firefighting PPE. Ergonomically designed it gives the ultimate in fit and comfort for the maximum number of body types. XFlex has distinctive sports styling and offers a garment combination that is suitable for the various hazardous roles associated with a fire-fighter’s work.

  • Bristol USAR garments incorporate two layers – a flame retardant outer layer and a waterproof membrane - and are used widely both in the UK and overseas. In addition, the coat and trouser ensemble can be zipped together to form a one piece garment when needed.

  • Through continuous product development, and by working closely with both equipment suppliers and users, we bring the latest clothing technologies to personnel working in public order, crowd control and emergency situations.

  • Bristol’s specially designed coverall for the Air Ambulance community offers comfort and durability in a single layer garment.

  • This suit is designed to meet the needs of HART (Hazardous Area Response Teams), SORT (Special Operations Response Teams).

  • The Bristol Particulate Protection Hood is proven to be 99.8% efficient at filtering harmful smoke particles. Worn under the helmet and collar, it covers the neck and jawline - areas of the body that are known to be particularly vulnerable to smoke contamination.

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  • Relied upon by fire services in over 110 countries, Bristol is a global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of protective clothing for firefighters. We command a dominant share of our home UK market, whilst our products and support services are also delivered via a network of over 70 experienced distributors, to a number of major overseas markets.

  • The Collaborative Framework is accessible to all Local Authority Fire and Rescue Services (FRS) across the UK, and open to others including Police and NHS.

  • This catalogue contains details of Bristol’s clothing designed for use in structural fire fighting situations, known in some countries as bunker or turnout gear. The main standards covering structural firefighting garments are EN469 in Europe and the NFPA standards in the USA. You will find more information on these, together with test methods and a glossary of terms, on pages 6 and 7 of the Bristol Technical Introduction catalogue.

  • Bristol's Structural Action brochure shows a range of final designs that we have supplied to our customers around the world.

  • The demands of non-structural firefighting situations such as urban search and rescue - and the specialised skills needed - have led to the design of garments specifically for those situations.

  • Bristol’s Marine clothing has been used on board ships for over 50 years. The Fleet Suit is an internationally recognised fire suit.

  • Bristol specialises in the specification, design and manufacturer of personal protective equipment (PPE) for emergency services in over 110 countries.

  • Bristol has provided Managed Services for over 20 years for its customers.

  • The Central PPE and Clothing Contract (CPCC) began life in 2008 as the ICP (Integrated Clothing Project) when the first national procurement programme for firefighter clothing was introduced.

  • The Bristol Particulate Protection Hood is proven to be 99.8% efficient at filtering harmful smoke particles. Worn under the helmet and collar, it covers the neck and jawline - areas of the body that are known to be particularly vulnerable to smoke contamination.

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