These suits offer protection against multiple threats that emergency workers are exposed to, including infrared radiation, extreme heat, nuclear fallout, biological and chemical agents.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 20, 2011
After life saving RST Demron™ radiation suits were donated to rescue operations in Japan, it wasn't long before Japanese television was in search of a Demron™ dealer to take a close look at the product. The official RST Demron™ showroom is New York Ironworks, a company long known for working with first responders in providing life saving equipment and gear for almost 16 years.
"We were happy to show the new suits to the news crew so that others could see the life saving technology found in the RST Demron™ suits that we offer. Those in harms way need these suits so they won't be needlessly subjected to radiation or other dangerous elements of the emergency cleanup. These suits offer protection against multiple threats that emergency workers are exposed to, including infrared radiation, extreme heat, nuclear fallout, biological and chemical agents." a company representative said.
Nearly 200 of these suits were donated by the manufacturer to Japanese emergency workers simply because the delay and red tape involved in making a purchase would have put the workers at a higher risk. " Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Japan and their first responders. While demand for Demron™ is currently at very high levels, it's our hope that first responders in the United States will acquire these suits as part of their emergency response plans and preparations." a company representative said.
These life saving protective suits can be seen online at http://www.newyorkironworks.com or in person by calling New York Ironworks at 212-566-6028.