As far as I aware, the Z-B-R2-V filter has been used since MF-11 been made. In regards to it, I might have a bit information on it after browsing some online merchant sites like Shopee, Lazada, and AliExpress. I also got some information from dodgy websites too. So, should I make a page on this filter? If so, it'll might take me a while to do so.
Also, on regards on the "TF-1" filter on the hand, there's two sizes of them, of which they are available in "normal" and coffee can style (and the coffee can style is the most common size of it). I punctured one a while ago and there's no asbestos to it. Unfortunately I forgot to take a photo of it. So, once again, if I have enough info on it, which might take a few months more thanks to my inabil…
Hello I was wondering if anyone could confirm if this is a French ARF-A Carrier?
Guys I've added some additional information to the GSR wiki, I've still more to come and still trying to work out how to add references, but hopefully complete this over the next few days
Description: The T-4 filter was introduced in 1935 and production stopped in 1939 or 1940 together with the Mod O8 facepiece. The T-4 was the standard issue Red Army filter, used during the Interwar period and during the Second World War. The T-4 used a 40mm GOST thread.
1. Activated Carbon
2. Smoke Filter
4. Cotton interlayer
6.wire mesh (no38)
7.wire mesh (no20)
Kit And Usage: The T4 filter was used with the BN-T-4 kit and BS-T-4 The filter saw use from 1935 up to at least 1943, but it’s likely that the filter was used later in the war. The filter would be stored in a M1928 bag, M1936 bag or M1940/1941 bag.
Stamps: Lot serial number, Month Of Production,…
Syrian footage from Jom Kippur war in 1973. Gas mask in bag - what type it is? I think soviet SchM41 or polish SzM41. What are you thinking about?
For some, modifying masks is a hobby. It can be done for many reasons, either as art, for cosplay purpouses, or simply for fun. This is especially popular in Eastern Europe, as masks are in abundance there. There is a lot of controversy around this subject, as sometimes, the masks in question are damaged irreparably, and this is unacceptable to most collectors in cases of rare or uncommon masks. These modified masks may sometimes confuse collectors, so lets take a look at some of the most common ways
This is especially popular in eastern europe, due to how masks were standartized there, a common example is taking the I/O assembly from a GP5 mask, and putting in an assembly from a GP4 mask, this is most often done for fun, or to be sold as a…
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Recently i've uncovered the designations for the S10's facepieces themselves, which are the L2A1 and L3A1 the difference between the 2 rests in the lenses, the L2A1 is the normal S10 lenses and also the most common, which is where they sit flush with the rim on the outer side while the L3A1 doesnt as to allow for optical correction inserts to be used.
And a quick fun fact: the drinking cap is called the L9A1
Yes im going to add this to the wiki soon with better photos.
Tracheotomy is frequently indicated for patients with COVID-19 suffering from severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). The French Army Biomedical Research Centre provided our hospital with military masks equipped with P3 filter cartridges and an integrated ventilation unit that would allow safe performance of this procedure when faced with a high risk of virus transmission (Figure 1). FFP2 or FFP3 masks can provide proper protection, as these masks have an efficiency of 95%–99% when tested with 0.30 µm particles. However, their efficacy for SARS-CoV-2 protection has not been explored, and the virus has a smaller calibre (0.1–0.15 µm).1 An additional concern is the potential risk of prog…
okay so like. the swiss filter in its olive drab case. i literally spent hours opening it. i had to heat up a knife, cut, heat up again. it was a pain in the ass. i feel nad for the soldiers who had to open them.
I have 4 korean gas masks. I have two K1, one k-m9a1, one civilian gas mask
All with bag, filter, hood and some other stuffs.
As you can see this Class B Goodyear mask uses a quite interesting E41 R81 mold. Which up until now seemed only to have been made out of black rubber. This face piece is dated 11-40. which was the last month before they switched to the newer E41 R85 mold making this possibly one of the last Goodyear training masks that used this mold.
Hi, I am Matthew and I live in Slovakia, by the way... many people dont even know where it is :D. Anyway... I joined the Gas Mask and Respirator Wiki because I have been collecting gas mask for about a year now, and I wanted to also create something useful and help you guys to grow this wiki about gas masks and stuff.
Hi all, i recently purchased a Pmg Gas Mask and a filter to go with it. However I am unsure about the safety of the filter and if it contains asbestos. I am unsure if it is a Gp-5 filter as it does not show any of the markings. I did use for about 5 minutes though I think I should be safe. Thanks in advance.
Hey all thanks for the add I recently purchased a German filter since 1990 I was simply wondering if it would be safe to wear for riot control tear gas
so like the title said, I have an GM54 German gas mask and it’s made by Auer. The wiki page for the GM54 says that the mask was produced by Dräger only so should the page be updated a bit or?
This is an TYPE-18 Gas mask.
It was officially adopted by JSDF in 2018 and started to be delivered in that year.
I argued with a seller on EBay today who said that a gas mask that’s called PDF-7 is a GP4, now I need a page about that mask to fuck hin up and to inform but there isn’t
Can someone pls ID this mask I picked in Hungary a few years ago.
I hope my photo posted.
I’ve got an SchM-41M but I’m not sure if it’s an exported ShM-41M or some other mask like an Czech M60. I’m bringing this up because the mask I’m showing here has unusual markings on it for an Soviet mask. For one there is no date stamp molded into the rubber of the mask instead it’s been stamped on the inner hood for what I can tell. Though it does still have stamps in Cyrillic on the mask. This is very confusing. I will try to provide pictures.
Yeah, I'm one of those folks who got a gas mask because of COVID19. But I had a couple of masks when I was a kid; US civil defense child's mask (second version) and an M17. Anyway, there is a guy on the 'bay selling M65's with the carry cannister and destructions. Mine dates from '73 and is in excellent condition. The fellow thru in a GP5 which was not part of the posting. I texted him and said he needed to reconsider tossing in freebie filters due to the well-document hazards others have discussed ad nauseum. I also ordered one of the Italian brown filters with the 40mm neck (comes in a can). Totally non-related...but here is a photo of my nephew working the Graniteville rail car chlorine accident where several folks died.
Why do people call E-014 (E dash zero fourteen) a "EO-14" or "E-014"? It's litteraly written on a can: "E-014"? I don't want to be rude, I'm just really curious why. P.S. I know that the filter in a picture is a FP-203.
Hello, I've recently bought a french ARF-A gas mask, and the exhale valve is broken, is there a way to fix it?
Hi everyone, im looking for a mask for around £60, ive looked at the s10 but they have inflated loads and i have no clue what to get. Are there any fairly modern military masks to fit my budget? Thanks.
I recently bought my first mask (ShM-41) and felt like i need to wash it before i wear it... Would i wash it with just soap and hot water, a certain chemical, or just not wash it? (Sorry i’m new to gas masks)
I’m curious if any of you guys have gotten talc in your eye while wearing a Soviet mask, I recently got some in my right eye after putting my MUA on. What should I do about it.
Looking at about 50-70 dollars USD . I need some old World War Two masks that may be German or American. Reccomendations?
I sort of think they are cool,but they are so expensive! I read the wiki for them,but I could not make out any pros or cons from it. I also need an answer if the M10 filters are safe ,and if not, what filter to buy to replace them. Thanks for any help!
Welcome, due to the recent turmoil from my home town I have started to pay attention to gas mask and all sorts of respirators 5 years ago. After learning some basic knowledge on the topic it started to grow into a hobbit and now part of my collection.
Found an interesting comment about the MK-221 mask on the comment section on this video, a user called 'JejeX' claims to have received an email from Faser themselves.
According to Fasers email:
MK-221 was made from 1976 to 1983
MK-212/1 made from 1983 to 1998
MK -221/2 made from 1998 onwards
Faser themselves say the change from MK-221 to MK-212/1 was made because of a new technical standard called 'PN-78/Z-02006/01'.
I looked up the above technical standard and indeed it looks to be relating to respiratory protection.
However, there is a discrepancy.
This website claims to have an MK-221 made in 1975 which clearly goes against what Faser says.
Why does literally every article about British civilian masks on this wiki have that 'Crocidolite' warning, but none of the other asbestos containing gas masks do? What's up with the 'bLuE aSbEsToS iS 100 TiMeS MoRe DaNgErOuS' - whilst crocidolite asbestos is known to have finer fibres than white asbestos, all asbestos is more than capable of giving you lung cancer so saying one type is more dangerous than another is fairly redundant.
Decided to sew my own PH hood. Originals are a bit too much for me, and the 40E for a low quality replica is overpriced as hell. So why not sew my own, the design is simple enough I guess. Im making it out of a tan colored canvas like fabric, the holder of the flapper will be made out of a non drip plastic bottlecap, the flapper itself probably paper, or actual rubber if I manage to find some. Otherwise lenses are just some thin and cheap plastic out of a plastic fruit container, lens holder will be just for show, being only out of cardboard or some similiar low quality material. All im waiting for now is for someone to reply for my cries for the dimensions
M95 finnish issued one
M53 with green outserts
NOT COMPLETE! I write this post to give that information to people which I think don’t fit in the articles of individual masks but can be interesting to someone. This is not a too serious post but contains useful pieces of information and nearly all masks used in Hungary before 2000.
- 1915: The first Hungarian masks were wet hoods. These were steeped with HaOH, NH4NO3 and used with a “lot” success against the phosgene attacks on the Italian front. Very rare mostly because these are canvas bags with glasses.
- 1916: 1917M mask issued. Only masks with K. u. K. stamp can be 1917M otherwise it is an GM-15. Very rare.
- 1917: GM-17 issued as 1917K, rare.
- 1927: Probably Auer 747/G masks used in the industry. Rare.
- 1928: 27M repaired 1917M masks with the sa…
I found this very neat picture of a snakes and ladders made for the civilian population by the UNPA (Unione Nazionale Protezione Antiaerea, national air-raid protection union). The reason I post this in this wiki is that there are multiple gas mask images inside it representing rare gas masks, some of which I can't recognize!
Now I'll list the masks drawn on this game
N. 8 : S.I.P. 1
N. 15 : S.R. 1
N. 21: P45
N. 35: P43
N. 43: S.I.P. 3
N. 49: S.I.P. 2
N. 55: Undefined, probably an S.R. 1
N. 63: Pr.C.33 or T.32
DISCLAIMER: This article is not meant as a guide to make Russian masks CBRN rated, but a simple procedure to use NATO filters on GOST mask for simple DIY jobs. This tecnique puts stress on the thread, so it's not recommended for long time periods and/or rare masks.
CONVERTING A GP-5 to 40 mm NATO!
This is a short article on converting GP-5 gas masks to 40 mm NATO. This procedure works with any 40 mm mask. Skip the notion part if you just want to use your Russian mask with 40 mm filters.
- 1 Some notions you might want to know
- 2 What you need
- 3 Procedure
- 4 Use
- 5 Question and answers
A big part of the gas mask community thinks that the sealing of the gas mask comes from the thread. Even if it seems like it -in fact, NATO filters don't seal on russian mask-…
Well I have the filter that the mask came from,an EO.1.08.01,still it is a filter with no info and there are other info on filters that I had questions on like,if you use a filter in an non-harzadous enviroment will it worn out?and if I use an expired filter what happens?
Do I need the grid that the PMK comes with to keep the masks form,I went online and couldn´t find any manual on the matter,neither a clear explanation,I wanted some help with regular stuff I just got my PMK
Hello i recently bought a gp-5 gas mask but when i researched i found out that there's asbestos in it.I would like to know if the fp-5 filter is okay and what materials is it made of.
- 1 Preface
- 2 Amazon: best place for a casual purchase
- 3 Militaria shops
- 4 Ebay
- 5 Flea markets
- 6 Kijiji and other similar websites
- 7 Militaria fair
- 8 Forums and word of mouth
When I first got into gas mask collecting I couldn't find gas masks for sale from any place different than ebay, and because of that I couldn't find what I was looking for most of the time. This guide is for anyone that wants more places to look for gas masks and other related items, especially the ones that just got into the hobby.
Amazon's gas mask stock has been growing recently, and many options can be found now: if you just want to buy a funny gift or do a bit of cosplaying amazon is the quickest and easiest way to go.
Militaria shops are the most expensive places to get gas masks: …
Now, before we begin, I absolutely do not recommend doing this, and take no responsibility for what you do with this guide, but if you're like me and don't listen, at least do it outside and wear a respirator. You'll thank me later.
Also, this doesn't work for "coffee can" type filters, they're built differently. If I open one of mine, I might make a post on how to disassemble it, but they are far more dangerous than the green civil filters. It's best to keep them sealed up for display only. Actually that goes for all filters, display only. I did this so I could have a safe filter for airsoft games/cosplay.
Dremel tool/metal file
Container that a filter will fit in
someting that you can hit with a hammer that fits into the top…
I never realized how many games actually have gas masks in them.
Many respirators have either mild history or widely known history, but what angers me is lack of info or even a page of an item like the Polish SR-1. Where there is some info, it just hasn't been compiled into a single source for many to view in a single space. And it doesn't help when you're buying in the US and keepshooting.com has them listed as Czech Gas Masks. When most of this info comes out it's understandably in Polish, but it gets blocked out by other headwound and casualty gas masks.