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TenCate launches PBI Peak5 at AFAC 2023 in Brisbane

22 Aug '23
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Pic: TenCate Protective Fabrics
Pic: TenCate Protective Fabrics


  • TenCate Protective Fabrics unveils its fire service outer shell, PBI Peak5, at the AFAC conference in Brisbane.
  • The lightweight 180gsm construction offers improved comfort and mobility for firefighters, while patented Enforce technology enhances durability.
  • The launch provides a platform to introduce PBI Peak5 to key stakeholders in the APAC region.

TenCate Protective Fabrics, a global leader in protective textile technology, has announced the Asia-Pacific (APAC) launch of its groundbreaking fire service outer shell, PBI Peak5, at the AFAC emergency response conference in Brisbane.

Recognised as a must-see event for the Australian/New Zealand fire and emergency services industry, the 2023 AFAC conference serves as the ideal platform for the flame-resistant textile maker to introduce PBI Peak5 to key stakeholders, experts, and industry professionals in the APAC region.

The primary highlight of PBI Peak5 is its lightweight 180gsm (5.3osy) construction which delivers increased levels of comfort and maneuverability for firefighters. Moreover, the integration of patented Enforce technology enhances its strength, making PBI Peak5 extremely durable, the company said in a press release.

TenCate Protective Fabrics representatives are present at the Brisbane conference to showcase the new outer shell and provide insights into the advanced technology behind its development.

"PBI Peak5 represents a significant leap in protective fabric technology for the fire service industry. We are thrilled to launch this groundbreaking outer shell in the APAC region, where the demand for high-performance firefighting gear is ever present,” Michael Laton, VP of Global Strategy and Innovation at TenCate Protective Fabrics, said.


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