Advantage® 4100 Full-Facepiece Respirator
Precision crafted to cover a wide variety of respiratory applications, our Advantage 4100 Facepiece works with several different MSA respirators to provide comfortable, cost-efficient performance. The facepiece is compatible with several MSA respirator models, including air-purifying respirators, supplied-air respirators and powered air-purifying respirators. Available in both silicone and Hycar, this unit comes in three standard sizes for a snug fit. The facepiece also features a rubber or net harness, and every mask features a standard nosecup for reduced fogging in low-temperature or high-moisture environments.
3S Full-Facepiece Respirator
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.
With its industry-leading motor-blower and constantly filtered airflow, the belt-mounted Responder CBRN PAPR is ideal for first responders, military, and special ops personnel who require non-IDLH respiratory protection for up to 8 hours. The unit offers a choice of two MSA gas mask CBRN facepieces and three proprietary cartridges designed for CBRN, particulate and poisonous gases or vapors. The unit's constant airflow helps a user stay physically alert and focused, while also preventing fogging in the facepiece. Batteries can be "hot-swapped," and the blower's EMI shield ensures there is no interference with radio communications.