The Drager FPS 7000 full facemask has a large distortion-free polycarbonate visor, which provides you with 180° angle field of vision, even in difficult situations. The visor does not mist due to well thought-out air circulation and is available with different coatings. A double sealing frame with threefold edges offers safe protection, and a secure fit for almost all face shapes. The mask body of either hypoallergenic Silicone or EPDM provides an exceptionally comfortable fit and is available in three sizes.
The ergonomic head harness and the double sealing line ensure a secure and comfortable fit on all face shapes and contours. The FPS 7000 head harness ensures that the mask can be donned and doffed easily and quickly.
For those who use mask-helmet combinations, the S-fix and Q-fix adapter offer a new level of safety. For example, when combining the Drager HPS 7000 with the FPS 7000 full face mask, the optionally available and patented Q-fix connection prevents the attachment’s unintentional release.
The option to choose a mask with different connections and wearing systems, as straps or helmet adapters, will fit perfectly into the system, consisting of a helmet, mask, and respiratory system (compressed-air breathing apparatus closed-circuit breathing apparatus or filter).
The communication systems FPS-COM 5000 and FPS-COM 7000 optimally adapt to the design and ergonomics of the mask. Depending on what is required, it can be chosen with different modules and the optimal solution for each communication in the field. Whether tactical radio, voice amplifier or head-up display, everything can be directly integrated into the mask and is easy to use.
- 5-point harness with a large contact surface area at the back of the head, alternatively a hairnet
- Offers compatibility and secure application with Rd40-filter, PAPR, SCBA and Airline Systems
- Connector P, RA, ESA, PE
- Visor polycarbonate, shock and heat resistant available with different coatings
- Weight approx. 600 g (varies according to version)
- Approval EN 136 Class. 3, EN 137 type 2, DIN 58610 (MHK), NIOSH (some versions)