Protection under challenging conditions
This rear entry, reinforced version of the MT94™ offers the same features and specifications but with major changes for even more strenuous applications. The hood and the body were redesigned, incorporating the more rugged fabrics for better fit, form and function.
Use of Hands
A specific LION-capability is the integrated and complete hand protection system without compromising touch, feel and fit. The attached inner gloves are made with GORE® CHEMPAK® Ultra Barrier and to be worn under separate Nomex® outer gloves – no tape needed. The combination of the inner and outer gloves is sufficiently thin to allow ease of use of (rescue) tools, weapons, and even electronics.
The padding at stress points is reinforced, to resist against potential cuts and punctures. The suit offers durable protection, even when encountering contaminants like seawater and hydraulic fluids.
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Responding to HazMat CBRN emergencies demands full protection from exposure to hazardous contaminants. LION’s MT94™-R (Multi-Threat Ruggedized) HazMat CBRN ensemble offers first responders advanced protection against a wide variety of chemical and biological threats.
The LION MT94™-R can be used in a variety of sectors, like the army, maritime companies, the police, counter-terrorism fighters, airlines, petro and chemical industries, naval forces, fire brigades, explosives services, anti-drug lab fighters, oil and gas companies, and training academies.
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