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[[File:S-l1601.jpg|left|thumb|238x238px|Spasciani T.35 filter]]
   

Revision as of 13:10, April 17, 2019

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The T.35 filter was the standard small filter of the Italian army during the Second World War.

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Spasciani T.35 filter

Overview

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Two Pirelli T.35 filters

The T.35 filter was a brown-painted metal box containing a layer of particulate filtering material with woven asbestos at the bottom and a layer of activated charcoal and other blocking substances at the top. Before being opened, the bottom intake is covered by a small sheet of waxed canvas and the top is closed using a 40 mm lid, with all of this bound with a string closed using a small lead seal. After the filter have been opened for the first time, it could be closed again using the 40 mm lid and a small rubber seal attached through a string to the filter.

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T.35 filter on a T.35 mask

Markings

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Two T.35 filter, on the left the one made by Pirelli and on the right the one made by I.A.C.

The T.35 filter has three main markings:

  1. The two symbols on the top near the filter thread are the manufacturer's logos.
  2. The inscription on the side is the name of the filter. Note that the font changes between some companies.
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    Sealed bottom of a T.35 filter

  3. The inscription at the bottom is the date of production.
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