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The fire department operational clothing is a real must for all firefighters. Whether for exercises, competitions, work in the fire station, extinguishing services, or light technical operations, the operational clothing can be used in many ways. Rosenbauer not only offers turnout trousers and turnout jackets in accordance with the ÖBFV directive, but also according to the Federal State guidelines for Upper Austria, Tyrol, Salzburg, and Styria.

Impresses with

  • Many possible uses
  • Lightweight and comfortable to wear
  • High freedom of movement

Operational clothing in accordance with the Austrian Federal Fire Brigade Association

General information about Austrian Federal Fire Brigade Association (ÖBFV) operational clothing

The clothing described below conforms to EN 469 and ÖBFV Directive ÖBFV RL KS 03, which specifies special requirements for technical and/or fabric-specific performance data which exceed the EN 469 standard. The clothing combination according to ÖBFV is basically composed of a protective jacket and turnout trousers or overall. The textile protective jacket must conform to Level 2 of EN 469 regarding heat protection, waterproofness, and water vapor penetration. The padded turnout trousers or overall must conform to at least Level 1 in terms of  heat protection and waterproofness. For water vapor penetration, performance level 2 is generally required. The operational bodice does not have any protective function within the scope of the ÖBFV Directive; it merely serves as a supplementary piece of clothing.

Bodice design (single layer - no lining)

Certified according to EN 533:1997 and EN ISO 15025:2002. The back of the bodice is equipped with a golf pleat, which allows for good freedom of movement. The yoke features two layers. Two pockets with flap are located on the front side. All closures are Velcro fasteners. A 5-cm wide silver reflective stripe is featured on the chest, back, and circumferentially on the sleeves. All threads and Velcro fasteners used are flame-retardant.

 

Trousers design

Certified according to EN 469:2005. The trousers have two thigh pockets and two hip pockets. A 5-cm wide silver reflective strip is featured on both legs. All threads and Velcro fasteners used are flame-retardant.

 

Overall for operational suit

Certified according to EN 469:2005. The back of the bodice part is equipped with a golf pleat, which allows for good freedom of movement. The yoke features two layers. Two pockets with flap are located on the front side. All closures are Velcro fasteners. The pants have two stitched patches with hip pockets. 5-cm wide silver reflective stripes are sewn around the trouser legs and sleeves as well as across the chest and back. All threads and Velcro fasteners used are flame-retarding.

Upper Austria operational clothing

Certified according to the UA Fire Department Service Clothing Regulation, Part 1, operational service clothing (March 2015, 1st Edition) The operational clothing for Upper Austria has a dark blue design with extensive yellow-silver-yellow reflective stripes. The turnout jacket features a new design, which is now worn over the waistband. Additional details of the turnout jacket include securing straps on both sides, the cover strip, the continuous zipper and elasticated sleeve ends. The jacket and trousers are permitted for use as operational clothing only when combined.

Jacket design

  • The jacket is certified according to EN 15614 and serves as protective clothing for rescue operations and wildland fire fighting. It is not intended for fire fighting in building interiors.
  • Single layer blended fabric material with 35% aramid and 65% viscose FR, spun-dyed.
  • Front zipper up to the top edge of the collar, covered by a flap.
  • Good freedom of movement thanks to two golf pleats on the back and an ergonomic sleeve design.
  • Customized width adjustment at end of the sleeve through a rubber band and a Velcro strap.
  • Equipped with chest pockets on both sides as standard. On the left for a radio set, including a flap and Velcro strap for a rank badge. On the right with bellows and flap, with grip tab.
  • On the right breast is the lettering FIRE DEPARTMENT in 15 mm high silver reflective capitals and the crest of the Upper Austria fire service
  • 15 x 2.5 cm Velcro strip for attaching a name strip.
  • Holding straps on both sides for hand-held microphone.
  • Rear, lower, and upper arm with circumferential 7.5 cm yellow/silver/yellow reflective striping.
  • 5 cm yellow/silver/yellow reflective stripes over the chest pockets and on the back in a V-shape.

Trousers design

  • The turnout trousers are certified according to EN 469:2005 (Xf1 Xr1 Y2 and Z2).
  • Double layer blended fabric material with 65% viscose FR and 35%
  • aramid, spun-dyed and lining of 35% aramid und 65% viscose, laminated with a breathable, wind- and water-impermeable membrane.
  • Trousers with two thigh pockets and two hip pockets.
  • 15 x 2.5 cm Velcro tab to attach a name badge to the left side pocket flap.
  • All threads and Velcro fasteners are flame-retarding.
  • Circumferential 7.5 cm yellow/silver/yellow reflective striping on the trouser legs, and 5 cm vertical silver reflective strip running down the outer trouser leg.

Tyrol operational clothing

In accordance with the "NEW Protective Operational Clothing Directive of 2011" of the Tyrol Regional Firefighters' Association. The Tyrol operational clothing consists of a turnout jacket and turnout trousers in accordance with EN 15614. The lined turnout trousers must also comply with EN 469 and the material requirements and size chart of the ÖBFV directive. The outer fabric is permitted exclusively in sand-yellow color. For striping, a triple stripe (yellow/silver/yellow) is specified in most instances. Material of a blend of 35% aramid and 65% viscose (310 g/m2).

Bodice design (single layer)

  • Tested in accordance with EN 15614:2007 and the Tirol directive.
  • Turn down collar
  • Front zipper up to the top edge of the collar, covered by a flap
  • Good freedom of movement thanks to two golf pleats on the back and an ergonomic sleeve design
  • Customized width adjustment at end of the sleeve
  • The operational jacket can be attached to the pants with a connecting zipper
  • With two breast pockets attached, on the left with wireless device pocket and fixed sewn-on strap (with ring for respiratory protection card)
  • Rank clasp on the flap
  • Above the radio pocket: 15 cm fleece strip for name tag
  • Strap for attaching the grab microphone at shoulder height
  • With 7.5 cm wide yellow/silver/yellow reflective strips sewn on the jacket seam, sleeve seam and upper arm, on the back (two vertical) and across the chest (horizontal)

Turnout trousers design (with fabric lining)

  • Tested in accordance with EN 469 (protection levels Xf1, Xr1, Y1 and Z2), EN 15614 and the Tirol directive
  • Trousers with belt loops
  • Fly with zipper and button closure
  • Good freedom of movement thanks to ergonomic pants design
  • Reinforcement with abrasion protection made from silicon carbon coated para-aramide fabric in the knee area
  • Knee pads made from non-absorbent material permanently sewed on
  • Leg seams can be tightened on the inside by means of rubberized buttonholes
  • The operational jacket can be attached to the pants with a connecting zipper
  • Two side pockets with covered zipper for closing
  • Two attached thigh pockets, covered with flaps; pocket on the left side with 15 x 2.5 cm Velcro patch for name strip, and on the rear right with hip pocket covered with flap
  • Striping with 7.5 cm wide yellow/silver/yellow reflective strip running around both trouser legs; 5 cm wide silver reflective strip running vertically down the side seam

Salzburg operational clothing

Conforms to the "Fire Brigade Clothing Directive" of the Salzburg Regional Firefighters' Association Org. No.: 1.02.02 Issue 01/2011. The Salzburg operational clothing consists of turnout trousers or turnout overall with a fabric lining or moisture protection lining in accordance with EN 469 and/or in accordance with ÖBFV guidelines and, if necessary, an operational bodice. The color of the external fabric is sand yellow with triple stripes (yellow-silver-yellow).

Bodice design (single layer)

Material and design largely identical to ÖBFV operational bodice. Reflective striping: yellow/silver/yellow, 5 cm wide, running circumferentially around the chest & back and sleeves.

Trousers design (with fabric lining)

Certified according to EN 469:2005 (protection levels Xf1 Xr1 Y2 and Z2). Material and design largely identical to ÖBFV turnout trousers. Reflective striping: yellow/silver/yellow, 5 cm wide, running circumferentially around both legs, and vertically on the leg outer. Trousers also available with moisture protection.

Styria operational clothing

According to the "Clothing Directive for Operational and Protective Clothing" of the Styria Regional Firefighters' Association RL .3.5-152-2010. The Styrian operational clothing in green or blue consists of a turnout bodice and turnout trousers or overalls in accordance with EN 469 or ÖBFV guidelines, and equipped with silver and yellow reflective strips with a width of 5 cm. We do not offer combined clothing items ('onion peel system') for safety reasons and in the interests of our customers.

Bodice design (single layer)

Material and design largely identical to the ÖBFV operational bodice.

Trousers design (with fabric lining)

Certified according to EN 469:2005 (protection levels Xf1 Xr1 Y2 and Z2). Material and design largely identical to ÖBFV turnout trousers.

Turnout overall with fabric-lined trousers

Certified according to EN 469:2005 (trouser part: protection levels Xf1 Xr1 Y2 and Z2). Material and design largely identical to that of the Styria bodice and trousers, but made as a one-piece overall.

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