The CPS 7900 CBRN protective suit is a high-performance category 3 type 1a CBRN (Nuclear, Radioactive, Bacteriological, and Chemical) hazard suit with a self-contained breathing apparatus inside the coverall for maximum protection. It is qualified for firefighters' interventions, marine environments, and ATEX zones (explosive atmosphere).
The Dräger CPS 7900 CBRN hazard suit is made of a unique material, D-mex™, consisting of five overlapping layers. It is resistant to flames, liquefied gases, and splashes under operating temperatures ranging from -30°C to +60°C while offering exceptional flexibility and mechanical strength.
Tested according to EN 943 Part 2, the Dräger CPS 7900 CBRN hazard suit performs extremely well. It offers a permeation time of more than 480 minutes in the presence of many toxic substances (ammonia, chlorine, ethylene oxide, hydrogen chloride, toluene, etc.) and more than 1440 minutes (one day) in the presence of chemical warfare weapons such as lewisite (L), mustard gas (HD), sarin (GB) and VX.
The CPS 7900 CBRN gas-tight reusable protective suit is approved according to European and American standards for protection against radioactive, biological, and bacteriological particles in industry, emergency services, and the navy:
- EN 943-1: 2002: EU requirements for gas-tight hazard suits for industrial use
- BS 8467: UK requirements for CBRN protection suits
- EN 1073-1 / EN 1073-2: EU requirements for protective clothes against radioactive contamination
- EN 14126: EU requirements for protective clothing against infectious agents
- ISO 16602: 2007: International requirements for coveralls
- EN 14594: 2005: Supply by constant flow supplied air respirator
- SOLAS: Requirements for marine use