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Title: Kein Folientitel


1
A
TOGA
SAR
Permeable Chemical Protective Clothing
2
BLÜCHER The Name
Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher 1742 - 1819
3
BLÜCHER The Company
A privately owned company founded in 1969
Foam technology until 1989 (supplier to the
German Army)
SARATOGA carbon bead technology since 1983
Over 30 years Experience and Competence
in Permeable Protective Clothing
World Market Leader for Chemical Protective
Clothing
4
BLÜCHER Our Philosophy
Custom made solutions
Research Development support
Continuous and active customer care
5
Why is SARATOGA the worlds leading technology
for protective clothing?
What are the advantages of SARATOGA?
6
TOGA
SAR
A
Permeable Chemical Protective Clothing
7
History of Permeable NBC Protective Clothing
1965 Non-woven with activated carbon powder
(UK) strengthened with a cotton outer layer
1968 Foam loaded with activated carbon
(CAN) strengthened with Nylon mesh
1978 Carbonized and activated textile
(UK) strengthened on both sides through 2
textile layers
1983 SARATOGA spherical adsorbers on a textile
carrier (DE) covered with a light textile layer
as required
8
(This side towards skin)
Non-woven
Light textile carrier (SCRIM)
Foam
Light textile carrier (knit)
(this side towards skin)
Carbonized Textile
textile layers
9
Textile cover (if desired)
Textile carrier
(this side towards skin)
10
CAPACITY Available Activated Carbon per m2
Non-woven with activated carbon powder (UK)
70-80 g/m2 Foam with an activated carbon
layering (CAN) 70-80 g/m2 Carbonized and
activated textile (UK) 100-120
g/m2 SARATOGA (DE)
140-180 g/m2
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Highest available activated carbon content 180
g/m2
Highest adsorption capacity
No significant desorption
Extended wearing time
Full protection after extended laundering
12
Accessibility of SARATOGA
Free accessibility for chemical agents
Rapid firm adsorption
durable fixation to the textile carrier
High mechanical durability
13
Active Sweat Management System
SARATOGA filter material
Adsorber
Carrier fabric
Non woven
14
Low thickness (lt 1 mm)
High air permeability
Low water vapour and thermal resistance
High sweat buffering capacity
High flexibility (Pumping Effect)
Lowest heat stress even in hot and
humid climates
15
Difficult to predict and estimate if and when
chemical weapons are used
Instability of political regimes and threat by
terrorist groups
Longer wearing time of protective clothing on
lower protection levels
Suitability of protective clothing in
extreme climates and climatic zones
16
The JSLIST Program (U.S.A.)
Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit
Technology
17
JSLIST Suit Requirements
Evaluations under wartime conditions in
different climatic zones (including arctic,
desert tropic) Wearing time 45
days Launderability 6 field launderings
Protection time gt 24 hours
18
Results of Testing and Evaluation - USA
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JSLIST Results
58 different fabric combinations were
stringently tested
57 fabric combinations failed to pass the tests
1 fabric combination surpassed all requirements
To date SARATOGA is sole source for permeable
NBC protective suits for all United States
Services (Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Special
Ops)
20
SARATOGA in Action - Iraq 2003
SARATOGA JSLIST Suits
21
Civil Users
OPCW UNMOVIC Inspection Teams Civil
Defence First Responders Domestic
Preparedness State Federal Police (FBI) Border
Coast Guards Firefighters E.O.D Personnel
22
C-Protective Undergarments
WORN UNDER DUTY UNIFORM - Little package
volume (Liner concept) - Lower carrying
weight - Logistical advantages
23
  • WORN INSIDE GASTIGHT LEVEL A SUIT
  • - Additional skin protection in case of leakage
  • - No secondary contamination
  • when taking suit off.
  • - Improved microclimate
  • (less humidity inside gastight suit)

24
Advantages of SARATOGA
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SARATOGA References
The leading technology on the world market
Majority of NATO Soldiers are equipped with
SARATOGA
OPCW inspectors use SARATOGA exclusively
Standard C-Protective Suit for U.S. First
Responders
26
Countries using SARATOGA
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