FIRE SERVICE

DECONTAMINATION KITS

The Official Rehnke Decon Kit contains all of the compounds and equipment needed for a true decontamination of firefighters and their gear.

For years we have been cleaning and/or rinsing off our gear with no real thought towards the actual detoxifying and neutralizing effects that we need to fully mitigate our work-place exposures. Over 100 years of combined Fire service and over 18 years of military and federal government experience has gone into designing the most effective, yet simple to use, decon kit that is available to the Fire Industry. The official Rehnke Decon kit takes us from the era of simply cleaning and into a true decon of our gear at the point it is needed the most and does so in an easily deployable and applicable form.

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Rehnke Decon Kit includes the following:
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6 gallon bucket

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1, Viton Component Industrial Sprayer

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Soft Bristle Gross Decon brush

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1, Solution Set

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1, Incident Set

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4, gear bags

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4, zipties

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4, Derma Friendly Firewipes decontamination wipes

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1, refuse bag

Initial Resupply Kit Includes:
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5, Solution sets

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5, Incident sets

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12, Firewipes

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Warranty and extra tips for sprayer

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SDS sheets

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zipdrive

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SOPs in Word and PDF Format

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Rehnke Decon kit Training video

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First Responder Decon Intro video

DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES

When it comes to a true Decontamination, there are three main components:
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Encapsulating of contaminates (Neutralization)

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Extraction and Removal of Contaminates (Cleaning)

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Detoxifying of Contaminates (Render Inert)

“Clean” standards have been too low for too long.. Sure, common products reduce the number of toxins, but do they neutralize them? If a department is using t Cleaning by most common products reduces the number of toxins but does not neutralize them. If a department is using this method for toxin mitigation, they then become responsible for the run off of “toxic soup” created and have to incur the responsibility and expense of proper disposal or face liabilities fiscally and environmentally. With the patented technology behind the creation of the TruDecon compound the process begins immediately on application as the solution begins binding to the carcinogens and toxins that it comes into contact with. With the cationic state of the solution, toxins are pulled from the gear, bound to, and then are neutralized.

FIREFIGHTER EXPOSURE RISK

Exposure doesn’t stop once the fire is out.

For years Firefighters have been cleaning and/or rinsing off our gear without wondering if what we were doing was actually doing anything – much less detoxifying and neutralizing effects that we need to fully mitigate our work-place exposures. Our bunker gear does a good job of limiting our exposure while in the fire, but up to 90% of our toxic exposure after a fire incident comes from the gear itself! It has also been found that gear can continue to off-gas and create exposures up to 72 hours, and contact exposures for weeks and even months after an incident.