The 2017 Emergency Services Show gave visitors to the Ballyclare stand the opportunity to view the full extent of the company’s PPE and safety wear offering to the fire service, and to examine some of the latest developments which were on show. “We are very firmly established as a supplier to the fire sectors and the show gave us the perfect opportunity to highlight the breadth of our offering,” explains Ballyclare Managing Director, Carlton Greener.
Among the garments on display was a special Xenon concept structural firefighters suit. Shown in female fit, the suit included a number of innovative design features, such as silicon dot anti-abrasion patches, non-hook and loop cuff closures which prevent fibre snagging, and detachable braces that convert to belt loops. “The exhibition provided us with a great opportunity to show our customers that the development of our Xenon range garments is an ongoing process,” adds Carlton. “We also displayed a standard Xenon suit. This included various features such as a quick-release zip, reinforced elbow and grab patches plus ankle protection and reinforcement, which have all helped make the Xenon range such a success since we first introduced it late last year.”
Ballyclare was also keen to highlight the other benefits it offers to fire service customers. “The Xenon garments are designed to meet our customers’ needs exactly, and combining this with our experience as a leading provider to this sector allows our customers to be sure that they are in good hands with Ballyclare,” adds Carlton.
At the exhibition, Ballyclare also displayed examples from its ranges designed for ambulance, police, and public order sectors. For more information on Ballyclare, either visit ballyclarelimited.com, call +44 (0)844 493 2808, email [email protected] or follow @BallyclareLtd on Twitter.
Image: The 2017 Emergency Services Show gave visitors to the Ballyclare stand the opportunity to view the full extent of the company’s PPE and safety wear offering to the fire service, and to examine some of the latest developments which were on show.