The Dräger Hazmat suit CPS 7800 is an NBC (or CBRN) chemical protection suit for use in explosive areas providing protection against gases, chemicals, aerosols and solid particles.
The NBC CPS 7800 suit from Dräger offers complete protection against hazardous substances. Made from D-mex, a flexible, anti-static and ultra-strong material, this chemical protection suit exceeds the most stringent requirements for reusable NBC equipment.
Designed for maximum ergonomics, the zipper placed in the diagonal of the suit allows it to be fitted and removed on its own. The equipment is light and flexible while incorporating unmatched chemical and mechanical resistance. The manufacturer Dräger also offers optional adjustable shoulder straps to improve the comfort and fit of this NBC suit.
During chemical tests according to the EN943 part 2 standard, the CPS 7800 hazmat suit exhibits a breakthrough time over 540 minutes for acetone, acetonitrile, ammonia, 1,3 butadiene, carbon disulfide , chlorine, dichloromethane, diethylamine, ethyl acetate, ethylene oxide, hydrogen chloride, methanol, methyl chloride, n-heptane, sodium hydroxide 40% , tetrachlorethylene, tetrahydrofuran, and toluene; a breakthrough time over 480 minutes for 96% sulfuric acid; and a breakthrough time over 180 minutes for Lewisite (L). This NBC combination has also been tested according to the FINABEL 0.7.C standard and has a breakthrough time over 1440 minutes for mustard gas (HD), sarin (GB), soman (GD), and VX.