CBRN cap 1 filter for SE-Shield PAPR & SEA full face masks


Filter for SEshield PAPR

Gas and particles

Used against particles, dust, smoke, fume, bacteria, viruses, biological warfare agents, and a wide range of organic, inorganic and acid gases and ammonia. Examples: Sarin, nerve gas, mustard gas, cyanogen, phosgene, radioactive dust, toxic particles, aerosols, tear gas, bacteria, viruses, anthrax, smallpox etc. — Also provides protection against industrial gases such as ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, acid gases, chlorine, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen chloride and many more.

Data Sheet

Filter for CBRN use

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  • Description: CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear) canister, cap 1
  • Usage: Protection against particulates, dust, smoke, fumes, bacteria, chemical and biological warfare agents, ammonia, and a wide range of organic, inorganic and acid gases
  • Material: Housing of ABS/PC plastic
  • Weight: 495 g
  • Breathing resistance: <50 mm H2O (4.9 mbar at 85 l/min
  • Particle filter medium: Non-woven hydrophobic fibreglass paper, mechanical filtration
  • Particle filter efficiency:
    • P4 penetration <0.003% using paraffin oil at 95 l/min
    • P4 high flow penetration 0.01% using paraffin oil at 250 l/min
  • Gas filter capacity: Service life exceeds 15 minutes for CBRN PAPR for the test gases below. Tests are conducted at 64 l/min.
  • Chemical agent permeation resistance: CBRN canister cap 1 tested with FP-C CBRN air purifying respirator and SE40 CBRN PAPR on a breathing machine set at 40 l/min against distilled sulphur mustard (HD) and sarin (GB)
  • Storage period: 10 years in unbroken foil packaging
  • Visor: Abrasion-resistant hard-coated Polycarbonate material


Instruction Manual

Data Sheet