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 to 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