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Question regarding the turnout gear for underground fires

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  • Ley
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    it does look like it can hold a temperature, we will try the same design with dry ice, thank you, really helpfull

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  • Ley
    started a topic Question regarding the turnout gear for underground fires

    Question regarding the turnout gear for underground fires

    Hello, i'm an interpreter for Emercom scientific research institute in Donetsk. Underground fire elimination is basically a daily routine for our firefighters. Lately we've been tasked with developing a new way to quickly freeze and deliver (and preferably keep it frozen for 24 hrs) ice packs they use in their turnout gear. The packs are made of plastic and contain simply water (no chemicals in order to prevent any skin damage in case the pack is torn apart).
    Do you have anything like this in your work? If yes how do you deliver it (we've been using a special freezing system installed on a trolley but due to the increase in temperature, duration of rescue and firefighting operations, depth of mines it's getting more and more insufficient), store and maybe even freeze the packs undeground.
    Any help and advice are very appreciated, thank you

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