The Dräger PSS 7000 carrying system makes the use of this vital equipment easier on the wearer with an ergonomic design that adjusts for height and pivots at the waist allowing for a one-size-fits all SCBA for firefighters of all shapes and sizes.
The supportive waist belt includes a floating action to keep the SCBA at a lower center of gravity putting less stress on the wearer as they perform their job. Made of flame-resistant, rubberized materials, the straps and belt are easy to clean on the fire ground. The back-frame houses all the upgraded pneumatics and protects hoses from potential snags.
The Dräger PSS 7000 is part of an SCBA ensemble certified to the 2019 Edition of NFPA 1981 and 1982.
The Dräger PSS 5000 SCBA provides many of the advantages of the PSS® 7000 at a lower cost. Still ergonomic and comfortable, the waist belt is stable, allowing the wearer to twist and turn with ease.
Made of the same flame-resistant and rubberized materials, quick disassembly (and reassembly) and detailed cleaning of this Dräger SCBA is just as easy.
Available in one size, the PSS 5000 fits most and is certified to the 2019 Edition of NFPA 1981 and 1982.
Dräger offers two in-mask communications options.
Designed to offer optimal visibility, the Dräger FPS 7000 full-face mask sets new standards with 180-degree, panoramic visibility with triple-seal for maximum reliability and comfort. The large, distortion-free polycarbonate visor uses heat-resistant thermoplastic and prevents fogging of the visor with an innovative design that provides an even distribution of air flow across the mask.
To accommodate faces of different shapes and sizes, the FPS 7000 is available in small, medium, and large. Additionally, the inner mask that covers the nose and mouth comes in three different sizes. That's a total of nine different sizes to fit any face.
The mask comes in highly chemically resistant rubber with a hairnet designed to be donned and doffed quickly and easily. The FPS 7000 full-face mask is a required part of the Dräger SCBA ensemble meeting the 2019 Edition of NFPA 1981.
Included in the 2019 Edition of NFPA 1981, Dräger carbon composite cylinders are manufactured and tested in accordance with the most technologically advanced processes available.
Manufactured with a seamless aluminum liner, carbon fibers are over wrapped with an epoxy matrix. Dräger offers 30-, 45- and 60-minute cylinders in low or high pressure (2,216 or 4,500 psi respectively).
The cylinders are available in clear-coated or one of several colors. Additionally, a custom logo can be integrated onto the center band.