The Iron Man of Firefighting

Imagine climbing upwards of a grueling 50 flights of stairs while wearing 30 pounds of gear. That’s the reality for many high-rise firefighters. A little help would be nice, right?! That’s where the AFA Powered Exoskeleton comes in. Strapped over the firefighter’s gear, the device provides supplemental muscle to aid performance in walking, running and carrying up to 200 lbs.. Enough to carry equipment or even injured victims in time-crucial emergency situations. 

Designer: Ken Chen


  • stephen russell says:

    mass produce, & modify for wilderness fire fighting alone.
    & usable for
    Chem plant
    nuclear plant FD use alone.

  • John says:

    This looks legit. Time to test it!

  • J says:

    This has got to be one of the most idiotic design for firefighting. Its apparent that the person who came up with this has zero field experience, let alone consult with actual firefighters (professional or volunteers). Its easy to come up with a long list of whats wrong with this suit

  • Mich says:

    I’m no firefighter, please elaborate ?

  • oscar says:

    Hi, is this frame available ? or it’s only a prototype

  • Dia says:

    It shouldn’t be heavy!

  • Dia says:

    Wearing this seems a task…

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