Gas mask

Gas masks are also known as "air-purifying respirators” because they filter or purify chemical gases and possibly airborne particles while breathing. This respirator includes a face mask or mask and a filter/cartridge. 


Why is it used?

Gas masks are used at any time of the year, in any climate. Resistant to temperatures of + 40 ° C and -40 ° C, used in high humidity conditions up to 98%. The purpose of the gas mask is to protect the respiratory and visual systems from toxic radioactive elements in the air, dust, bacteria, strong substances, and gases.


If I put on a gas mask properly, will it fully protect me?

Filter cartridges only protect against certain inhaled airborne substances. Some hazardous chemicals are absorbed through the skin. Properly selected and obsolete gas masks and escape respirators should be combined with protective clothing to prevent injuries from these chemicals.

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 The cartridge may contain a filter to remove particles (such as biological weapons), charcoal (to remove certain chemicals) both, or other parts. When the user breathes, the air passes through the filter. These masks provide protection against gases, vapors, and particles.


The main features of the gas mask:

filter source - 240 hours;
maximum stay time - 24 hours;
temperature range -40 ° C + 40 ° C;
respiratory resistance at a water flow rate of 30 l / min (Pa) mm.
column - 180 (18);
ability to hear speech up to 95%