Set of THREE Type 80 filter canister that was developed for the Israel Defense Force (IDF) to provide protection against all known NBC agents in the form of vapors and aerosol for all Shalon's personal respiratory protection systems.
The Type 80 is a robust durable canister intended for military and civil defense use. It is specially designed for extended use at a minimal physiological load,
having low breathing resistance and low weight. Its design assures optimal performance complying with all IDF specifications as well as the performance requirements of the American Army C2 filter canister.
Manufactured by Shalon and Israeli defense contractor in Tel Aviv, this three pack of filters have standard NATO thread (40mm x 1/7") making them compatible with almost all military and industrial respirators.
The Type 80 filters are sealed with plastic caps to assure a shelf life of 15 years.
The production of Type 80 filter canisters is controlled by rigorous quality assurance tests and procedures and the filters will not leave the factory until they pass all the tests. Each filter canister is tested in the production line for air flow resistance, aerosol penetration, leakage and workmanship. Shalon's QA laboratories perform gas-life tests (cyanogens chloride, DMMP, chloropicrin, phosgene, HCN) on charcoal samples
from each drum and on completed canisters sampled from each production lot.
Features and Specifications;
Air flow resistance: 14 flow water gauge at 30lpm
Aerosol penetration: >0.01%
CK gas life: 100 minutes (at flow of 30lpm and inlet concentration of 2.4mg/lt)
DMMP gas life: 250 minutes (at flow of 30lpm and inlet concentration of 3.0mg /lt)
Charcoal: ASC 12X30 complying with Mil-C-13724D
Filter medium: Glass fibre HEPA media complying with ASME AG-1 Sec. FC-1
100 minutes (at a flow of 30 lpm and inlet concentration of 2.4 mg/lt)
250 minutes (at a flow of 30 lpm and inlet concentration of 3.0 mg/lt)
Filters have expiration dates. We sell filters as military collectables only; use of this filter is at your own risk.