SCBA Identifier

SCBA Face Piece
Easily fits any SCBA facepiece (including new MSA G1)
available in top and bottom mount positions
Quickly and easily identify your individual firefighters through the use of reflective colors with their last name back lit by Foxfire’s illuminating background
 
Three of the biggest risks faced by firefighters are:
DISORIENTATION
VISIBILITY
and
ACCOUNTABILITY
(for both individuals and units)
Foxfire’s illuminating SCBA face piece identifiers assist firefighters by improving positional orientation and making personal easy to locate and individually identify.
 SCBA Facepiece IDs
Highlights:
-This firefighter developed product easily adheres to any style SCBA face-piece (Scotts, MSA, or others)
-Designed to not interfere with the field of view of the mask.
-Can be removed without residue on the mask
-Illuminating background with reflective lettering available to easily identify individuals  and units through the use of colors and illumination in smoky conditions and/or low/no light.
-Features high temperature resistant substrate infused with Foxfire’s Advanced Photoluminescent Technology
-UL tested to exceed international standards
-Increases visibility and positional orientation
-Can be charged quickly and repeatedly by any light source (sun, artificial light, low light, flashlight)
-Will illuminate for many hours when fully charged
-Designed to resist high temperatures and clean easily
-Customizable individual firefighter name (or unit, department, crew, etc.)
Easily fits any SCBA facepiece
Quickly and easily identify your individual firefighters through the use of reflective colors with their last name back lit by Foxfire’s illuminating background
 
“In my 25 years in the fire-service this is the most significant improvement I have seen for individual firefighter accountability in interior operations. We all know how difficult it is to identify individual firefighters in dark and smoky conditions. With Foxfire’s SCBA mask identifiers, I can now know exactly who I am looking at because I can see their name back lit by the Foxfire glow regardless of how dark it is ”
 LAFD
Cristian Granucci
Captain, Los Angles Fire Department