Prime Safety Supports 129 Years of Technology for Life
By PRIME SAFETY, INC., Correspondent | July 01, 2019 | PENNSYLVANIA
Story No. 062119101
Photo by PRIME SAFETY, INC.
Prime Safety has been proudly representing Dräger since 2001. Prime Safety was formed shortly after owners Jim and Tina Walkling’s local volunteer fire department inherited
Dräger SCBAs and Jim, as a member of the department, took over its SCBA maintenance program. Today, Jim’s still a member of the local fire department. Prime Safety now serves those who depend on Dräger fire, emergency services and industry technology throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, West Virginia and Virginia.
Dräger has been manufacturing quality SCBA equipment for more than 100 years. Every day, Dräger puts all of its knowledge and experience into improving lives with innovative technology. Dräger ascertains customer needs before developing products to give its customers valuable features that set its equipment apart from the competition.
Dräger SCBAs 15-year bumper-to-bumper warranty offers long lifetime with fewer costs. Dräger’s high-performance breathing apparatuses with maximum comfort and enhanced safety features are designed to maximize the fire service’s budget. It’s robust, reliable and fail-safe even in demanding conditions.
Prime Safety is a Dräger SCBA and gas instrument service center. Prime Safety offers mobile SCBA flow testing and maintenance, gas instrument calibration, SCBA and gas instrument repair and fit testing service. Prime Safety’s experienced staff is committed to providing exceptional service to help Dräger equipment users breathe easy when duty calls.
Prime Safety’s office and service center is located in Western Maryland. Prime Safety is a proud supplier for Fire-Dex, HAIX, Bullard, Dragon Fire, Majestic Fire Apparel and Fire Hooks Unlimited as well as other fine products. For a complete listing check out our web site at www.primesafetyusa.com. To schedule a demonstration or other inquires call us at 240-321-3337.
This article is a direct street report from our correspondent and has not been edited by the 1st Responder newsroom.