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Medical Grade
Survival Wrap

Based in Wyoming / Built in Britain

for Home Preparedness, Military Deployments, First Responders, and Foreign Aid.

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Developed to preserve life

Hypothermia is a major contributor to morbidity during high trauma scenarios in cold environments. Siren reduces the risk of life threatening hypothermia by preventing heat loss and returning impacted persons to a normothermic state, without introducing an active heat source. 

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Proven Technology

Developed for First Responders and the Military. Restores core body temperature, even in the harshest conditions.

Water & Wind Proof

Protects from exposure to water and wind, which represents the most significant danger to life in cold, emergency conditions.

High Visibility

Reflective green quilted outer ensures that impacted persons remain visible, increasing likelihood of survival and recovery.

Ideal for the most traumatic conditions

Including natural disasters, military deployments, and active conflict.

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The warmth is in our tech.

Developed with the expertise of operational field medics, Siren utilizes Greengrid Technology, a unique versatile six-layer laminated fabric platform, designed to be the most effective and efficient passive warming fabric on the market.

Born in a clinical setting, Siren Survival produces emergency products that prevent hypothermia and its adverse effects cold, compromised scenarios. Our current offering is designed for in-field environments where access to power is unavailable.

Ideal for use on Military Deployments, First Response, and Foreign Aid.

We Take Pride in Our Numbers

5

Years in Development

25

Missions Served

10

Countries World Wide

100K+

Individuals Impacted

4

Clinical Studies

Our Partners

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