Frequently Asked Questions

Duty Gear Dryer Can your duty gear dryers help extend the life of my turn-out gear?

Our duty gear dryers will extend the usable life of your turnouts. Use our turnout gear dryers for hazmat suits, SCBA masks, rescue suits and other cold water suits, and as a boot and glove and fire gear dryer. Williams Direct Dryers uses a direct, NFPA friendly, non-tumble style drying to safely dry your wet weather gear. For fire fighter equipment gear dryers and more look to the professionals at William Direct Dryers!

Turnout Gear Dryer

Trust your hazmat suits, SCBA masks, wet weather gear and cold water rescue suits, immersion suits, boots and gloves, and more to our turnout gear dryers. Our duty gear dryers:

  • Increase the usable life of your turnouts and wet weather gear
  • Improve the overall thermal stability of your gear
  • Reduce the potential of adverse health effects caused by bacteria and mildew in wet or damp turnouts

Learn more about the technology that makes our turnout and fire fighter equipment gear dryers so special.

Look to us for hazmat suit, SCBA mask, boot and glove, immersion suit and fire fighter equipment gear dryers. A turnout gear dryer from us will dry your gear safely every time, and our duty gear dryers will actually increase the lifespan in which you can use your turnouts. For fire gear dryers and much more first responders turn to Williams Direct Dryers.

We have over 8 years experience designing duty gear dryers / bunker gear dryers and more. Our turnout gear dryers are built to improve thermal stability and increase the usable life of your gear. If you're in the market for a fire fighter equipment gear dryer, your search begins and ends at here.

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The unit is very "User Friendly" and effective in mask drying. Keep up the good work.

Lt. Scott A. Clifford, East Putnam Fire Dept.

Just wanted to let you know that the dryer arrived yesterday. We just put it together at it works just great.

Sgt. Shawn Harrison