“Dry Gear Solutions is a total solution provider specializing in the cleaning and drying of turnout gear, water rescue, Hazmat suits and associated boots, gloves, masks and helmets. We specify equipment that quickly and safely provides clean, healthy alternatives to soiled and dangerous protective gear practices from the past. We are here to help you identify your needs, specify the best solutions and assure a smooth installation process. We also provide training for all the products we sell.
Headquartered in Swiftwater, Pa, Dry Gear Solutions is a leader in this market segment and provides NFPA 1500 and 1851 compliant products. We provide a single point of contact for your extracting, drying and cleaning detergent and dispensing needs.”
Easy To Use
Dry Gear Solutions offers the finest PPE Gear Dryers available today. Some of our many features are; a 2-setting air management system, ambient and gently heated. In heated mode, the air temperature is raised by 10 degrees and will not exceed 105 degrees in compliance with NFPA 1851. Operates on 110 volts, plugs into any standard outlet, no special wiring involved. Portable; on non-marring high-quality casters. Unique optional antimicrobial powder coat finish to help control mold and bacteria. Ultra-quiet; a normal conversation can be carried on next to the dryer while it is running. Standard five-year manufacturers warranty on the frame and two years on electrical components.
We Keep your Firefighters Safe & Healthy
All Dry Gear Solutions products are in compliance with NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) 1500 & 1851 which is a guideline for firefighters maintaining their gear. Also prevents firefighters from being burned due to steam created from having wet gear when entering a fire.
Built to Last
For firefighters, clean equipment isn’t a preference—it’s a necessity. And it’s not just about getting it clean. How you clean it can mean the difference between being at risk and being protected. UniMac® understands the unique laundry needs of firefighters and their gear. The equipment is designed specifically to meet those needs. Our machines are built tougher for longer-lasting performance. They deliver the best clean, removing all damaging materials from gear while maintaining its protective integrity. Our equipment meets all NFPA 1851 requirements and is incredibly easy to use and features more innovations that help minimize your operating costs. We provide laundry equipment for everything you need to be safe & compliant and ready when the alarm sounds.
Dressing the PS4/R8 Dryer
Slide the jacket sleeves over 2 of the jacket arms. The jacket can be pulled around the upright arms and buckled to create a ‘drying tube’.
Drop the bunker legs over 2 of the long drying arms. Place the suspenders over the jacket arms for support.
Place over the boot arms
Place over the glove arms. The palm expanders will fill the palm of the glove and straighten the fingers for more effective drying.
5. HELMETS/SCBA MASK/HOODS
Place over the halo arms on the outside risers.
PPE Gear Dryers Are Customizable
Our dryers can be customized as needed. The top seller dryer PS4/R8 can be converted into a hybrid dryer where sets of the arms can be removed and replaced with uprights created for rescue suits.
This gear dryer (the PS4/R8) has made an impact on clean gear for Pleasant Gap Fire Company. There are no more excuses! As with any equipment, apparatus, or supplies, we are always expected to be ready, this gear dryer solution has made that a reality for personal protective equipment. We can clean and have a dry set of TOG within three hours and we are not defeating any protective characteristic or challenging the integrity to accomplish this, simply using the dryer as specified. At first, the cost may seem excessive, the value statement is solid, you have clean dry gear in a very small fraction of the time with other conventional practices. The construction is solid, the balanced air flow throughout the assembly is the key success of the design. This dryer satisfies the need for a complete set of gear, including boots, gloves, hoods, etc. We are extremely pleased with the investment we have made.
Lou Brungard, Chief: Pleasant Gap Fire Co. Pleasant Gap
Dollar for dollar the best dryer (the PS4/R8) on the market today. We searched high and low for the best quality dryer at the best price and this is it. Our guys now regularly wash their turn out gear and dry it using the dryer. Recently we had a large fire and the dryer delivered as promised. Our neighboring stations used our extractor and this dryer and everyone was back in service within hours.
Dan Burkett, Chief: South Newton Twp. VFC. Walnut Bottom, PA
What an incredible dryer (PS2 & PS4/R8)! We bought 4 and are looking at purchasing another soon. When we return from a call whether or not it is big or small; we can now provide our firefighters with a better way to dry their turnout gear than hanging it up wet. Thank you!
Dan Hoff, BN Chief: YAUFR, York, PA
Our dryer (the PS4/R8) performs brilliantly. We will definitely be purchasing another for our other station. Bring on the cold and wet!
Robert McGrath, Chief: Town of Stratford FD, Stratford, CT
This dryer (the PS4/R8) is everything we searched for at a much more reasonable price. The high quality construction and performance will be a great addition to our new fire house. Every fire station should have one of these in their station.
Andy Dresher, Union Deposit VFC, Hershey, PA
Where were you guys 30 years ago? We love our PS4/R8 dryer! It does exactly what is expected and we use it all the time. Great dryer, great price, great service!
John Alexander, Chief; Lampeter Twp. Vol. Fire Co. Lampeter, PA
This SCBA face piece dryer (the RP16) is the best! No more waiting days for dry face pieces. We are ready to go within an hour.
Steve Goho, President: Hampden Twp. Fire Co. Mechanicsburg, PA
Our PC2 dries our rescue suits in hours and not days. No more smell! What a great quality product!
Cindi Pietroski, Mt. Vernon VFC, Princess Anne, MD
Get Hands On With DRY GEAR
All of our products are in compliance with NFPA 1851 and were designed by firefighters, for firefighters.