Supplied Air Respirators (SCBA)

3S Positive Pressure Full-Face Masks

With more than five million units sold, the upgraded 3S Full-Facepiece Respirator offers safety, comfort and durability. The face blank is made of a softer rubber compound (and also yellow silicone in another option) and has a wide sealing frame and deeper chin stop for a snug, comfortable fit. The lens is made of impact-resistant polycarbonate (and silicate-coated glass and Triplex glass in other options) and offers a wide field of vision for excellent viewing. The harness allows for quick donning and removal and achieves a pressure-free fit in combination with a protective helmet. The inner mask allows for optimal air flow and eliminates lens fogging. The mask comes in more than 50 different versions, allowing users to find the perfect mask.
view details

AirElite 4h

The AirElite 4h with its slim construction and ergonomic design provides maximum comfort, with weight positioned on the waist and no shoulder width protrusion. The lateral breathing tubes are snug to the body for easy donning and doffing even in confined spaces without mask removal. It offers excellent breathing comfort via low breathing resistance, low inhalation temperature and dry breathing air. It has maintenance free standby storage for up to 2 years in full readiness mode – up to 8 years if canisters are in factory sealed condition. The G1 AirElite full face mask sets a new state-of-the-art in comfort and safety. It is a symbiosis of sophisticated materials and modern design principles.
view details

alphaCLICK High Pressure Coupling System

alphaCLICK is the high pressure coupling system for very simple and rapid connection of compressed air cylinders to the pressure reducer. Now enhanced with new safety features on adapter and coupling.
view details

Rescue Sets

RespiHood - Rescue hood with constant airflow To complete the versatility of fire service safety products MSA offers the RespiHood. This rescue hood is designed for rescuing people from hazardous areas. Function The rescue worker places the hood over the head of the person to be rescued. After tightening the neckband slightly, air is supplied by the second connection on the rescue worker’s self contained breathing apparatus. A constant airflow of about 50 l/min is provided with a medium pressure of 7 bar from the feed line.
view details
Product Comparison Queue (0) Compare Products