Protective mask, together with a suitable filtration system or respiration system, protects user’s face, eyes and respiratory organs; against gaseous, vapourish and solid or liquid aerosol che-mical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) agents. Protective mask is produced in uni-versal dimensions. The structure of sealing side, provides perfect sealing for all face shapes and sizes of adult population except for extremely small faces. Inhalation rooms for filter connec-tion are equipped with Rd 40×1 / 7 ‘’ screw thread as per EN 148-1 standard (NATO standard).

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Product Description & Technical Document

DS-2311202212000840-005-EN TECHNICAL DOCUMENT


CBRN gas masks are used to protect against chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threats. Such masks filter out harmful particles in the air to protect the user’s respiratory system from such hazards. These masks can also protect the user’s eyes. The use of CBRN gas masks is particularly important for professions at risk from these threats, such as military personnel, emergency response teams, and industrial workers.

Where to use

CBRN gas masks are typically used in military settings, emergency response teams, industrial workers, and other hazardous professions. Soldiers use CBRN gas masks to protect against chemical attacks. Emergency response teams wear such masks during missions where they could potentially be exposed to harmful substances, especially biological and chemical threats. Similarly, industrial workers use CBRN gas masks when working in environments where chemicals are used or processed.


CBRN gas masks come in many different types, including:

  • Tulip Mask: This mask consists of a half-mask with filter elements and goggles.
  • Full-Face Mask: As the name suggests, this is a type of mask that covers your entire face. Its components include air valves, filters, and properly adjustable headbands.
  • Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA): SCBAs are a more advanced type of mask that provide continuously clean air through an independent system not dependent on the mask.
  • CBRN Masks for Home Use: These masks are designed to protect against potential CBRN threats at home or in the workplace.

These are just a few examples; the types, uses, and other features of CBRN gas masks are highly varied.


CBRN gas masks have several features, including:

  • Filtration: CBRN gas masks help protect the user’s respiratory system by filtering harmful particles in the air.
  • Tightness: Tightness is important for the mask to fit snugly on your face. To ensure this, masks come with seals made in various sizes and shapes.
  • Eye Protection: CBRN gas masks may include specially designed goggles to protect the eyes.
  • Comfort: CBRN gas masks are designed to be lightweight and ergonomic for comfortable long-term use.
  • Self-Contained Breathing Apparatuses: Some CBRN gas masks are equipped with independent breathing systems known as self-contained breathing apparatuses (SCBAs).
  • Durability: These masks are made from durable materials and designed to withstand wear, tear, and other damage.

The features of CBRN gas masks can vary depending on their brands, models, and intended purposes.

This description defines the features of a protective mask or respiratory device designed to provide protection against various hazards such as chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear agents, industrial toxic gases, riot control gases, etc. User comfort has been prioritized, with easy attachment and removal, low breathing resistance, and a wide field of vision. The visor is protected against misting and allows for the use of corrective glasses underneath. It is easy to disinfect and clean, and there may be an option for liquid penetration. The device has features to allow sweat drainage during exercise. It is also designed to be compatible with helmets and other respiratory equipment. The high-quality talk diaphragm enables easy communication with or without communication devices.

Test Standarts

There are several standards for testing and certifying CBRN gas masks, including:

  1. NIOSH: The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has developed a set of standards used to test and approve CBRN gas masks in the United States.
  2. CE: The European Union has established specific standards for testing and approving CBRN gas masks according to Directive 2016/425.
  3. MIL-STD-810G: The US Department of Defense uses MIL-STD-810G, a military standard, to test CBRN gas masks under various conditions.
  4. EN: European Norms (EN) include different standards used to test and certify CBRN gas masks.

These standards establish a range of methods and criteria for testing the performance and durability of CBRN gas masks, as well as their filtration capacity and sealing level.

What does it do

CBRN gas masks are used to protect against chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threats. Such masks can be used by military personnel, emergency response teams, fire-fighters, industrial workers, and other professional groups. CBRN gas masks are especially important for individuals who may be exposed to a range of potential threats, such as toxic gases, toxic aerosols, pathogens, radioactive particles, and other hazardous substances.

Technical Data Table
Average weight

560 gr



Filter connection thread

Rd 40×1/7”

Resistance against diffusion of NB agents

48 hours

Breathing resistance at 30 lt/m

max. 25 Pa

Breathing resistance at 95 lt/m

max. 80 Pa

Exhalation resistance at 30 lt/m

max. 50 Pa