Established 1991

We’re probably best known as a preferred supplier to the Emergency Services and Health Sector for our range bespoke bags and medical supplies, but our expertise doesn’t stop there. Our bespoke approach can be used within any industry and enables us to design, manufacture and source products to suit your requirements.

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125 Craven Street, Birkenhead, Merseyside, United Kingdom, CH41 4BW

Contact Info

Phone:  +44(0) 333 990 0999

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The Fire and Rescue Airway Bag is designed to hold all essential airways equipment.  The bag contains pouches, which are to keep all equipment organised, so you know exactly where the equipment you need is.  There is also a separate bottle holder to hold a standard CD sized cylinder.

The bottle holder can be removed from the bag and carried to the patient and even rested on a vehicle.  An additional strap and set of handles means the holder can be used to give oxygen to a patient who is trapped in their car.  The bottle can also be accessed inside the bag

This bag has a RFID chip which is sewn into the bag itself and is visible through a small PVC window.  The pouches also have this chip sewn in, along with the bottle holder; this allows for full traceability of stock across a medical organisation.  As they are sewn in, they are a permanent feature and cannot be lost.

The bag is designed for heavy use; it is equipped with rubberised base feet on the bottom that protect it from damage when being hurriedly picked up in an emergency situation.  The bag also has a grab handle and an additional shoulder strap which makes it easier to carry across greater distances.

Both pouches feature heat transfer reflective printing, as does the bag, which reflects whenever light is shone directly onto it.  This ensures the pouches are easy to spot in dark environments.  The pouches also have transparent lids so you can see all the equipment at a glance to quickly identify what you need.

The Airways Management pouch also has elasticated loops to hold equipment securely inside.

The bag is made from our exclusive micrAgard material which is anti-microbial, with a proven effectiveness against 99.3% of bacteria.  It is also water resistant, keeping the equipment inside dry.  As the bag is custom made it is available in our 8 micrAgard colours.  The bag can also be fully customised with a welded on logo so that it signifies your medical service.


  • Holds all essential airway equipment
  • Split into pouches
  • Separate bottle holder, with additional handles and straps
  • Sewn in RFID chips on bag, pouches and bottle holder
  • Designed for heavy use
  • Heat transfer reflective print
  • Transparent lids on pouches
  • Made from micrAgard
  • Fully customisable
Weight 2.55 kg
Dimensions 30 × 61 × 31 cm
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