The self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) must be worn inside the suit for maximum protection. It is made of Umex, a flexible and innovative material that adapts perfectly to the wearer's movements to offer unequaled flexibility and freedom of movement and can resist temperatures from -30 to +60°C.
The CPS 6900 gas-tight suit is antistatic and available in a wide range of sizes for coveralls, gloves and boots. It adapts easily to all morphologies with a great wearing comfort. It is particularly adapted when dealing with acids, chlorine, ammonia or cryogenic substances.
The HAZMAT CPS 6900 coverall is equipped with a specially designed polyurethane side tight zipper which allows this PPE to be put on quickly and independently. The gloves and safety boots are attached to the suit in a tightly sealed manner and are easy to replace.
As a result of Dräger's expertise, this chemical protection suit offers numerous options to make it suitable for all applications: adjustable leg straps, D-connect attachment ring, gas-tight socks, protective gloves and interchangeable boots.
The CPS 6900 gas resistant suit is approved 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 requirement 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 use on the high seas