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SGE 400/3 Gas Mask

(small/medium - code: 33982)

(medium/large - code: 33994)

An anti-terrorism / civil defence / military / anti riot / respiratory apparatus defence gas mask with many features.

The SGE 400/3 Gas Mask is a multi-purpose application gas mask. 

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  • Soft anallergic silicone face seal with double bellow shape for unparalleled comfort.
  • Polycarbonate visor / 92% visible light transfer. 
  • Light weight (530g).
  • Very wide field of vision.
  • Easy Maintenance.
  • Reusable mask.
  • Six strap harness with quick release system. 
  • Ergonomic orinasal pocket.
  • Tested for heat resistance.
  • Can be used with all standard 40mm NATO threaded filters in compliance with EN 148-1 (DIN 3183) and with powered respirators and airlines.
  • Controlled air flow system prevents fogging even in rigid temperatures. 
  • This mask is made to follow general guidelines of EN 136 for Gas Masks. 

All Mestel Safety Protection Equipment Gas Masks can be worn with Optical Lens Support accessory for eyesight correction. (33299)

SGE 400/3 Gas Mask specific features

  • 3 NATO DIN filter connection ports for more comfortable wearing or gun aiming.
  • Chin port for Drinking Device accessory fitting. OR 030002
  • Nylon strap on bottom buckles for holding around the neck when not worn. 

 

please note : product is eligible for shipping in Continental US only. 

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SKU: S/M 33982; M/L 33994

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5 Stars
SGE 400/3

Couldn't be happier with the product. I would've preferred the next model up with the com port and the drinking tube, but it wasn't available wen I ordered.. BUT.. the 3 attachment points allow you to shoot a weapon from the shoulder and maintain a good sight picture. Seal is so good I don't even have to shave my beard. If u cover the intake port and inhale, it sucks to your face so hard you can feel your eyeballs pulling out of the sockets.