Type 1b CPS 6800 gas-tight suit

The CPS 6800 gas-tight suit, with its external breathing apparatus (type 1b), offers an efficient protection against hazardous substances in gaseous, liquid and solid form. It is designed in Umex, a material that guarantees high mechanical resistance ideal when manipulating cryogenic substances and works in cold environments.

  • Gas-tight protection chemical clothing with external wearing of SCBA (category 3 type 1b)
  • Suitable for acids, alkalis, chlorine, ammonia with excellent cold resistance
  • Designed in Umex, offering high mechanical resistance and an optimal wearing comfort
  • Operating temperature : -30°C to 60°C (up to -80°C for short term exposure)
  • Diagonal zipped to be able to put on the suit alone
Additional information

With a weight of 6kg (not including SCBA) and available in 5 sizes (S, M, L, XL & XXL), the CPS 6800 gas-tight coverall is designed to be worn comfortably during use. Its light and flexible Umex material adapts perfectly to the wearer's movements to offer unmatched flexibility and freedom of movement.

The Dräger CPS 6800 suit is equipped with a pocket radio and a gas-tight zipper in polyurethane (PUR). The safety gloves and boots are attached to the suit in a tightly sealed manner and are easy to replace. As an alternative to the safety boots, the suit can be equipped with integrated gas-tight socks.

Optional shoulder straps are also available to optimize comfort. The integrated PT 120 L control valve, which can be easily connected to various air supply sources (such as a breathing air trolley), provides optional ventilation of the suit. This keeps the wearer cool and reduces the humidity inside the suit.

The CPS 6800 gas-tight coverall is certified according to european standards and american regulations for the use of chemical and gas-tight suits in industry and the marine sector:

  • EN 943-1: 2002 : EU requirements for gas-tight protective suits for industrial use
  • EN 1073-1 / EN 1073-2 : EU requirements for protective clothing against radioactive contamination
  • EN 14126 : EU requirements for protective clothing against infectious agents
  • ISO 16602: 2007 : International requirements for coverall
  • EN 14594: 2005 : Supply by a constant flow supplied air breathing apparatus
  • SOLAS : Requirements for marine uses