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Quality Italian Gas Mask – Used in Police and Military Applications.
This lightweight model “SGE 150” is good for most NBC situations – must purchase appropriate disposable filters.
Full protection from biological threats and chemical agents (Some nuclear, radiological contaminants (depending on the filter used).
The SGE 150 is an “Escape Mask”, which means that it is quick and easy to put on and take off. They are designed for use in an emergency where quick response is needed. They feature a singe front filter port, and can be used with some accessories like glasses adapters and speech diaphragms.
The SGE 150 full-face mask is fitted by six straps which can be adjusted to ensure a perfect fit. The internal nose and mouthpiece allow the air inhaled to pass through the visor without causing condensation or misting. It also reduces unused space inside the mask to prevent the build-up of carbon dioxide from the air exhaled.
Silicone face seal for optimal comfort
Single front filter port
Polycarbonate face shield
Compact large field of vision
Meets the requirements of EN 136 and are CE marked. Can be used with all standard 40mm NATO threaded filters in compliance with EN 148-1 (DIN 3183) and with powered respirators and airlines. Materials: Visor is made of impact resistant Poly-carbonate. Produced under strict ISO 9002 quality standards for maximum reliability & safety.
Available in 2 Sizes
(simple quick rule of thumb… for certainty check size chart )
Small/Medium (for teens/adults under 165cm)
Medium/Large (for teens/adults over 165cm)
*Medium/Large is recommended for 90% of faces.
**Mask Only – Filter sold separately.
Fit and Seal Testing
Testing the fit and seal of your respirator is important. Every face and head is unique, and what may work on one person may not work on you. Because of this, it is crucial to inspect and leak test your SGE 150 mask prior to use.
To check that the seal on your mask is sound, you will need to preform a negative pressure test. To do this, cover the front filter port with your hand so that no air can flow though it to your mask and inhale.
If you feel immediate pressure on your face, and your mask sucks inward on your face like air out of a bag, your seal is perfect. If this doesn’t happen and/or you feel air rush in from somewhere in the mask, you have a leak somewhere in your seal that needs to be remedied.
Seal leaks can be resolved by adjusting the placement on your face, tightening the head harness, and ensuring identifying hair/ facial hair is not breaking the seal line. If none of this works, you might have to change the size of your mask.