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High-Performance PPE Cleaner & Decontaminate
Every emergency response represents a potential contamination event. If there is exposure to gases, liquids, or carcinogens, these harmful substances will collect onto PPE and turnout gear. In many cases, they remain on this equipment until it is adequately cleaned.  Doff ‘n DECON™ was formulated to remove stubborn soot, grease, oil, hydrocarbons, and toxic contaminants from turnout gear and other PPE on-scene, thus increasing protection for the first responder.
Why On-Scene Decontamination for Preliminary Exposure Reduction
It is well understood that firefighters have an increased chance of certain types of cancer.  Carcinogens as byproducts of combustion enter firefighters’ skin through PPE and inhalation in the environment and gear off-gassing. Reports show that turn-out gear continues to off-gas cancer-causing carcinogens for up to 72 hours.  
When a firefighter comes out of a fire, they sometimes take off their hood and come off breathing air to cool down, get a drink, or refill their SCBA.  They may or may not go back on air for mop-up and overhaul.  By doing this they are immediately exposed to potentially toxic vapors.  
On-scene decontamination needs to be the first step - even before coming off air – that every firefighter takes.  By deconning their gear with Doff ‘n DECON™ before removal of breathing air, VOC’s, heavy metals, and biological pathogens on the gear are removed and neutralized.  The performance of this very important decontamination step can drastically reduce a firefighter’s exposure to harmful toxins.  Once the wet contact time is over,  firefighters can safely go off air, take off their helmet and hood and move onto mop-up and overhaul. By following this simple procedure, we can lower the number of cancer-causing carcinogens that firefighters are exposed to and let firefighters focus on fires and not cancer.   

* This information was provided by Intelagard Inc and may contain additional information outside the scope of this Claim Verification.

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Doff ‘n DECON

Marketing Claim Verified by UL Solutions

Doff ‘n DECON Exceeds NFPA 1851 On-scene Decon and Preliminary Exposure Reduction Guidelines

Verification Method

Decontamination processes were utilized, as appropriate, per NFPA 1851 Standard on Selection, Care, and Maintenance of Protective Ensembles for Structural Firefighting and Proximity Firefighting. Decontamination Procedure: • For Biologicals: o Spray Doff ‘N DECON from Macaw Backpack onto contaminated gear o Let foam stay on for 10 minutes. • No agitation or outward pressure is needed during this dwell time. o Rinsed off Doff ‘N DECON with water after 10 minutes • For Metals and VOCs: o Spray Doff ‘N DECON from Macaw Backpack onto contaminated gear o Let foam stay on for 10 minutes. o After 10 minutes, using a stiff bristled brush, scrub surface of contaminated gear o Rinsed off Doff ‘N DECON with water Samples were tested per the requirements in Chapter 12 of NFPA 1851-2020. The following contaminants were used during the assessment of this verification: VOC’s Acenaphthene Anthracene Diethyl phthalate Fluorene Phenanthrene Pyrene 2-Nitrophenol Phenol 2, 4, 6-Trichlorophenol Heavy Metals Antimony Arsenic Cadmium Chromium Cobalt Lead Biologicals Klebsiella Pneumoniae Staphylococcus Aureus

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