FPS 7000 (NIOSH)

FPS 7000 (NIOSH 2013 Edition)

Designed to offer optimal visibility, the Dräger FPS 7000 full face mask sets new standards in terms of personal safety, protection and comfort. Firefighting requires working under hazardous conditions with poor visibility. The popularity of the FPS 7000 is due to its large, unobstructed field of vision and a very comfortable and secure fit, while reducing or eliminating fogging during use.

The Dräger FPS 7000 mask is designed to be integrated with the Dräger FPS-COM 5000 and FPS-COM 7000* communication systems. To offer the optimal solution for each communication need in the field, the mask can be tailored with the appropriate communication systems. Whether you need a voice amplifier, tactical radio interface or team communication, each can be directly integrated into the mask for easy use. Dräger’s line of FPS 7000 full face masks are approved for use with the Dräger PSS® 7000 and PSS 5000 SCBA, and BG4 CCBA. As a result, each person only needs to be fit tested on one mask.

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  • Large, unobstructed field of vision (180° view)
  • Anti-scratch, APEC visor for distortion-free vision;
  • Distributes air evenly to prevent fogging
  • Robust connection
  • Push to connect design which allows 360° rotation of lung demand valve (LDV)
  • 5-point harness
  • Quick donning/doffing
  • Hairnet conforms to head for comfortable fit
  • Optimal protection and fit
  • Available in three sizes, with double sealing body and three-fold sealing edges
  • Integrated accessories
  • Designed to support communication system, heads up display (HUD) receiver, and spectacle kit
  • Mask: body Convenient, hypoallergenic and flexible silicone or EPDM (dermatologically tested)
  • Hairnet: 5-point attached hairnet of flame retardant aramid fabric
  • Size: Mask body in 3 sizes (S/M/L); compatible with inner mask (nose cup) in 3 different sizes
  • Visor: APEC visor with anti-scratch coating (NFPA version); Polycarbonate visor available with different coatings (NIOSH version)
  • Connector: P, RA
  • Weight: Approx. 21 ounces (varies according to version)
  • Approvals: EN 136 Class. 3, EN 137 type 2, NIOSH (some versions); NFPA 1981: 2013 Edition