ENGINEERED INFLATABLE PRODUCT SOLUTIONS

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MFC INTERNATIONAL
Specialist Inflatable Rescue Equipment

We specialise in the manufacture of inflatable rescue, recovery, survival and sewer maintenance equipment based in Tonypandy, South Wales. Our equipment is used by fire brigades, mountain and lowland rescue, utilities, the military and humanitarian support organisations internationally and we have earned an unrivalled reputation for our product quality, durability and performance.

About Us

Water Rescue

A range of inflatable flood water rescue / survival equipment used primarily in rescues occurring in swift water, rivers, flooded urban and coastal areas, lakes and swamps.
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Fire and Rescue

A Range of products for use with fire brigades for rescue and recovery in various scenarios.
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Humanitarian

A range of shelters and decontamination units for use during a mass emergency or scenario
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Lifting

A range of emergency air lifting bags and lifting cushions - life saving equipment designed primarily for lifting vehicles and objects in emergency situations
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Military

A Range of products which are used in the Ministry of Defence for rescue and recovery situations
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Pipe Maintenance

A range of rubber moulded products for the repair and maintenance of sewage pipes
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Events
This September we will once again be returning to the Birmingham NEC for The Emergency Services Show 2022.
We're pleased to announce we will be exhibiting our innovative range of lifting solutions at Heavy Rescue Slovenia in Maribor this September.
MFC International are pleased to announce that we will exhibiting at Interschutz 2022 in Hannover, Germany. Interschutz is the world's leading trade…
News
MFC International were requested to demonstrate a lifting solution for military vehicles on a sand dune environment.
MFC products were recently put through their paces during an exercise with the Belgian Civil Protection department.
On the 8th & 9th of February Vandeputte and MFC International hosted local fire brigades and dive teams in Liège