FDIC Product Network: True North Gear & MSA

Learn about a best-selling collection of wildland PPE and wireless, handheld search and rescue technology from True North Gear and MSA - The Safety Company.

Live product demonstrations May 11, 2021

FDIC Product Network

LIVE DEMO: TRUE NORTH GEAR

Tuesday May 11, 2021, 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM EST

Our VP of Sales, Deane Seeger, will be showing our best-selling collection of NFPA 1977 certified wildland clothing built for standing up to rugged conditions and long days on the fire line. Our True North Gear Brush Shirt and Wildland Pant sets are available in the Plus (Tecasafe) and Pro (Nomex) fabrics that are tailored specifically with job type in mind.

Presented by:

Deane Seeger

Deane Seeger – VP of Sales

LIVE DEMO: MSA – THE SAFETY COMPANY

Tuesday May 11 2021, 2:00 PM – 2:30 PM EST

Learn about MSA LUNAR, a wireless, handheld search and rescue device that includes firefighter-to-firefighter ranging, edge detection enhanced thermal imaging, and cloud connectivity to FireGrid. Part of MSA’s Connected Firefighter Platform.

Presented by:

Jasmine Spencer

Jasmine Spencer – Segment Marketing Manager

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