In recent years, the focus has shifted to the risk and mitigation of cancer-causing carcinogens within the firefighting community. With regular exposure to toxins and an increase in cancer rates among firefighters, departments are searching for the best ways to reduce their risk. One way to reduce the risk and exposure to cancer causing carcinogens is the proper care and maintenance of PPE.
Groves recently introduced the newest addition to its product line that aims at promoting the health and wellbeing of the firefighting community with its new Extractor 22, a tool to help departments of various sizes clean and care for PPE.
The Extractor 22 is designed to follow current NFPA 1851 guidelines. It’s front-load capability and 22-pound drum make it an option for washing two sets of gear. Additionally, the Extractor 22 wash cycles are user-friendly and specific to the firefighting industry. With wash cycles such as “Outer Shells and Liners,” Groves has engineered the Extractor 22 to be simple, straightforward, and to get the job done. The Extractor 22 boasts other station-friendly features such as a soft-mount design, standard water hookups, 120-V electrical, and is compatible with automatic soap dispensers.
Features of the Extractor 22 include:
- Follows NFPA 1851 guidelines for proper PPE maintenance.
- Standard power hookup (120 V).
- Utilizes standard plumbing hookups.
- Soft mount design, easy install.
- 2-pound drum holds two sets of gear per load.
- Connections available for an optional automatic soap injector.
- Front load design.
For more information, visit https://www.readyrack.com/product/extractor-22/.