February 26, 2016

Elite Emergency Lighting and Warning Equipment, LLC is proud to announce that we have been named as an Authorized Distributor for Lion personal protective apparel, helmets, and gloves in Pennsylvania.

 

Partnering with Lion was a logical choice and their alliance with CMC Rescue Equipment has made our relationship even better.  Both Lion and Elite Rescue Systems understand the importance of professioanl grade quality when firefighters lives are at risk so please take a moment and read the article regarding Lion's adoption of CMC Rescue Equipment's new harness system.

 

Click on any of the three images below to learn more about how CMC Rescue Equipment can protect your firefighters. 

The producers of NBC's Chicago Fire chose Lion-Janesville to manufacture authentic turnout gear for the cast of the television series.  The City of Chicago calls upon Lion-Janesville to provide personal protective equipment for all of the firefighters serving the "Windy City".  Lion is proud to provide protective ensembles to 7 of the 10 and 50 of the top 100 largest cities in the United States in addition to International clients such as Amsterdam in the Netherlands, Hong Kong, and Adelaide, Austrailia.  Click on the photo below for the full story and video.

 

Superior Moisture Management Means Optimum Comfort and Thermal Protection.

Click on the icon below to find out what Lion's Patented ISODRI SYSTEM can do to protect your firefighters.

Lion provides a Head-To-Toe personal protective equipment solution for our customers because in addition to turnout gear, Lion produces helmets, gloves, and footwear.

Customers who have chosen Lion Rescue Wear ensembles realize the protections afforded by utilizing gear that is certified to NFPA Standards.  Lion's TR51 Technical Rescue Gear is Dual-Certified to NFPA 1999 (Emergency Medical Operations) and 1951 (Technical Rescue), the  MedPro line is Certified to NFPA 1999 (Emergency Medical Operations), and the VersaPro and VersaPro Plus lines are Dual-Certified to NFPA 1951 (Technical Rescue) and NFPA 1977 (Wildland Firefighting) standards.

Did you ever consider matching the color of your helmets to the exact color of your fire apparatus?  Only Lion can do that!