Honeywell First Responder Products. Honeywell First Responder Products is a team of dedicated, experienced, fire service technical marketing professionals representing our leading products in a variety of emergency, rescue and fire service fields Because what you do matters
Honeywell First Responder Products is a team of dedicated, experienced, fire service technical marketing professionals representing our leading products in a variety of emergency, rescue and fire service fields
Because what you do matters
Serious gear for serious firefighting
Honeywell First Responder Products is the only true head to toe manufacturer of first responder personal protective equipment in North America.
Current plant in Dayton, Ohio
First plant built in 1929
Honeywell International brings the world’s cutting edge technology to the North American fire service. With more than 300,000 employees globally, Honeywell has resources that no other company serving North America’s first responders can offer.
Our Mission Statement: Honeywell First Responder Products provides solutions to the challenges keeping first responders from executing their missions effectively, efficiently and safely 100% of the time.
Our history is full of change, innovation and growth. While our name has changed from Morning Pride to Total Fire Group to Honeywell First Responder Products, our commitment to excellence has stayed the same.
Morning Pride’s first sewing room on Home Avenue in Dayton, Ohio
Dayton, Ohio, 1921, Morning Pride Manufacturing was born in the basement of a dry goods store owned by Lawrence and Estelle Grilliot. Mrs. Grilliot took over the space to sew morning dresses, garments women wore over their regular dresses when they cleaned the house. In 1924, at the request of a local fire equipment distributor, the company expanded its clothing line to include canvas duck coats for firefighters.
Larry Grilliot in “Fire-Alls.”
In 1929, the company built its first stitching facility, a state-of-the-art manufacturing center in South Dayton. Unfortunately, the Great Depression set in, threatening the Grilliot’s new venture. They survived, however, by adapting to the times and accepting any stitching work they could find. From tarps to aprons to hospital gowns, the Grilliots kept the plant running as they built their fire gear business.
Ranger Combat Ready
Kore Kooler Rehab Chair
We are the leaders in innovation
We are the leaders in product development
We define the cutting edge
Honeywell First Responder Products is focused on what we can do today and what is possible to do tomorrow to improve first responder survivability.
Our wide range of boots are covered by a multitude of NFPA Standards
NO OTHER MANUFACTURER HAS THIS WIDE RANGE OF DIVERSIFIED PRODUCTS
3 Most Popular PRO Models
Berry Amendment Compliant
5006 4132 3009
Ben 2 Plus Traditional Lite Force Plus Modern
NFPA 1971, 2007 Edition
Proximity Plus Traditional Proximity Plus Modern
NFPA 1971, 2007 Edition
Both Lightweight Helmets Certified to NFPA 1951, 2007 Edition and NFPA 1977 WIldland
NFPA 1951, 2007 Edition
Lightweight Front Brim Lightweight Full BrimHeavy Duty
Wildland Front Brim Wildland Full Brim
NFPA 1977, 2005 Edition
ANSI Z89, 1-2003 Type 1 Class E Shown with Highly Recommended Options
Advantage # 1: Strongest Shell on the Market
Advantage #21: EZ-Flips (NFPA 1971 and ANSI Z87.1 Certified)
Super Glove – Glauntlet (GL-SGKCG)
Gauntlet- Model GL-BPR-EGG
Sleevemate Gauntlet – Model GL-HNO-EGG-SM
Mitten Gauntlet – Model GL-BPR-EGM
Fire Mate™ – Wristlet – 9500
Eclipse™ – Convertible Cuff – 8700
Proximity – Sleevemate – GL-HNO-RGA-SM
4 Types of Moisture Barriers
Ventilated Hoods (Patented)
Targeted Heat-Guard Hood
Photo shows hood turned inside out
Nomex® Fleece backing the Eagle HTC™
carbon blend visible
Comfort Top Hood
Heavy Duty Face Opening Elastic
Tri-Certified BDUs and Jumpsuits
Wildland 2-Piece Sets
Wildland Jumpsuit Style WC2000
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Jumpsuit Style EJ3000T