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The Pr.C.33 was an italian civilian mask used for propaganda by children and demonstrators. It is the civilian variant of the T.32, and it is structurally identical.

Mask overview Edit

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Pr.C.33 marking

The face piece was made with stamped rubber. It has two "unbreakable" glass eye pieces that sport a metal ring for putting on anti-fogging lenses. The P.C. 30 like exhale valve is in the front and it's covered by a flat removable lid for protection. The filter intake is at the bottom. The inhale valve is a rubber disc just above the filter intake. The mask uses the standard Italian five straps system, four of which are elastic.

Filter Edit

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Pr.c.33 filter, exhale valve, anti-fogging lenses and field pamphlet

The filter was a small cylinder filled with blocking substances, similar to the one of the S.I.P. 1.

Kit Edit

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Pr.C. 33 with its full kit

The mask came in a metal tube with its filter, a small box with a spare exhale valve and anti-fogging lenses, and an instructional pamphlet.
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Pr.C.33 with some of its kit

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Pr.C.33 box's marking

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Pr.C.33 being used

Pr.C.33 instructional pamphlet Edit

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