PTF Services, a division of Mission Ready Services Inc., was formed to provide services and product sales to the U.S. Federal Government and their contractors.
PTF Services has a patented “Advanced Cleaning System” that combines hydraulic pressure with a unique blend of detergents to deep clean military equipment in a computer controlled machine cycle without causing any damage to washed materials. The Advanced Cleaning System is able to address the needs of the global defense, security and protective services market.
The benefits of this technology include:
(a) safeguarding the health of personnel;
(b) ensuring components performance characteristics;
(c) ensuring faster turnaround time for redeployment;
(d) extending the life of the components; and
(e) helping to ensure the mission readiness of personnel.
The Advanced Cleaning System represents a revolutionary technology that changes the rules for how survivability and sustainability components can be cleaned and decontaminated. This unique patented and proprietary technology holds items stationary while they pass through four (4) stages of a cleaning medium. The entire process is computer controlled ensuring consistent results for all manner of organic and inorganic contaminants. Laboratory testing, supported by Canadian government research and development grants, has proven that the Advanced Cleaning System removes ninety-nine percent (99%) of contaminants. Components previously considered non-cleanable, or unable to be machine cleaned, can now be efficiently and effectively cleaned and decontaminated.
Where traditional cleaning systems are limited to the laundering of soft goods such as uniforms, the Advanced Cleaning System has been designed to clean survivability and sustainment components such as body armor, boots, helmets, eye protection, backpacks, webbing, sleep systems, holsters, knee pads and more, as well as uniforms and other articles traditionally laundered.
PTF Services currently operates a military cleaning and repair facility in Fayetteville, North Carolina (near Fort Bragg – The world’s largest military base).
If you wear clothing or gear that protects you from the environment or workplace hazards, that’s protective equipment. Waterproof jackets, climbing shoes, hunting boots, flame retardant uniforms, or body armor — It’s all protective equipment and we’d like to keep the gear performing for years to come.
PTF Services Staff and Management Personnel have backgrounds in textile development, government program management, First-Responder Gear restoration, backcountry hunting expeditions, and U.S. Army Special Operations. In all of these industries, the PTF Services Staff developed or depended on gear for success. We understand how much time, effort, money, and thought goes into making your protective equipment decisions. Restore, Don’t Replace.