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Learn about the structure of fire fighting suits


Fire fighting clothing is one of the important equipment to protect the personal safety of firefighters active in the front line of fire fighting. It is not only an indispensable necessity at the fire rescue site, but also a fire protection appliance to protect firefighters from injury. Therefore, it is particularly important to adapt to fire rescue activities.

Fire fighting suit structure

The fire fighting clothing is a composite of outer layer, waterproof and breathable layer, heat insulation layer, and comfortable layer of fabric. It allows the production of single or jacket and can meet the requirements of the basic clothing production process and the corresponding standard performance requirements of auxiliary materials.


The height of the collar of the fire fighting suit should be 102mm, and the fittings should be overlapped or fastened. The collar structure should include an outer layer, a waterproof and breathable layer, and a heat insulation layer.


The placket structure should include an outer layer, a waterproof and breathable layer, and an insulation layer


The cuffs should be designed to protect the wrists of firefighters and prevent burning waste debris from entering the cuffs to hinder the wearing of protective clothing and should be matched with the wearing of protective gloves

Protective pants

Protective pants should provide protection for firefighters’ limbs and legs, including ankles and feet

Reflective marking tape

Reflective marking tape should be sewn firmly. Protective clothing. Body-type protective clothing. The stitching width of the chest, hem, cuffs, and trousers should be 50mm. The reflective marking tape should be set to be visible at 360°.

Label position

The label should be placed on the comfort layer on the left side of the front chest of the protective clothing


The color of the fire fighting suit is mainly navy blue


a) All hardware should have spots, nodules or sharp edges and be treated with anti-corrosion;

b) The color of the flame-retardant sewing thread buckle should match the outer fabric;

c) The front placket of the protective clothing should be selected to match the color of the No. 8 zipper with the outer fabric;

d) Elastic bands should be used for protective trousers