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Package of Three Israeli Type 80 Gas Mask Filters New Sealed

 
Military
08-990804000
42607560015
MLT-9102
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THREE NBC FILTERS

The Type 80 filter canister was developed for the Israel Defense Force (IDF) to provide Protection against all known NBC agents in the form of vapors and aerosols. It is Supplied as an integral part of 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 comfort and 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.

The filter is supplied with a standard NATO thread (40 mm x 1/7") and is thus compatible with almost all military and industrial respirators. The Type 80 filters are supplied sealed with leak-proof plastic caps, assuring a shelf life exceeding 15 years.

The production of Type 80 filter canisters is controlled by rigorous quality assurance tests and procedures. Each filter canister is tested in the production line for air flow resistance, aerosol penetration, leakage and workmanship, and cannot leave the factory without passing all these tests.

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.

Weight: 228g
Diameter: 106mm
Height: 75mm
Air flow resistance: 14 flow water gauge at 30lpm
Aerosol penetration: More than 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

Gas masks and filters have expiration dates. We sell masks and filters as military collectables only; use of a surplus mask or filter is at your own risk.
Total number of Reviews: 50

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5.0 5
"these where came exactly as described and worked perfectly"
– josh
2.0 5
"Description: OD Green Metal, weight 12 onces. Minor dents packed in clear plastic bag. Printed Markings: 4240-12-120-0848 and ABL/1969 and 4730/B29 - stamped FE 55. The 40mm output to mask has protective metal cap, and input to filter covered with clear plastic seal. There is a wire that'suppose to connect the cap and seal, its broken. When I look into input hole for filter, can see bright white filter elements. I've seen dirty elemnts on used filters. There is a protective foil tape covering the seal, and the its missing entirely from the seal. Looks like seal was abuptly replaced. If I saw first, wouldn't buy. Is this used, more likely assembled from loose filters and parts. Not expecting world for 9.95 filter - it says no returns."
– John Ross B
5.0 5
"Bought two spares to go with the Israeli mask I bought. Both were individually packaged in clear plastic, both military green with no visible dents or markings. Ends are factory sealed so the filters stay ready for when you need to use them. Work with absolutely no problems, I'll be getting a few more."
– Joey
5.0 5
"Ordered two extras for when in a crunch. Standard army green. Came sealed in individual packages. Very pleased overall."
– Joey
3.0 5
"Careful! These canisters do not fit on the Finnish gas masks. They fail to mention this in the description, now I have to buy an Israili gas mask for the 5 of these I just recieved. Also it takes an act of God to open the sealed clamshells that they came in. Nearly cut myself several times trying to open one. If you do get gassed and you don't have one open already, your a dead man! I'm sure they work fine when used. Until they can save my life, I'm not to impressed so far."
– Khayman
4.0 5
"These were delivered to me in brand new condition, all the same OD color. Opened one and heard what I wanted to hear... the \"pop\" of a perfectly sealed can. Tested one out by letting my wife mace me and it worked perfectly. I WILL BE BUYING MANY MANY MORE!!!!"
– Tom Paine
4.0 5
"I bought two sets of five of these filters for my Finish gas masks. Thats right the Finish gas mask. To make these work you can get a 60mm to 40mm adapter to make any 40mm work on your Finish masks. They fit tight and work great. Can't beat the price on these filters and each one comes in a sealed protective container."
– Macha
4.0 5
"After spending 20 minutes trying to figure out how to get the container open with out damaging the filter, I came up with the Idea to use a dremel and the tiny cutting blades that come with most sets. Just take and cut around the seam with the dremel. Just move the case around so the dremel will be on top. the canister will be far enough away from the blade so you won't nick the can. Maybe 45 seconds tops to open one this way. Beats trying a knife or saw and losing a finger."
– bob
5.0 5
"very good filters sealed in a air-tight plastic container that can be easily opened with a serrated knife or hand saw without damaging the canister."
– brambo
4.0 5
"Sanchez - The NATo filters were received in air tight lilypad looking pods which will and did protect them from impact damage during transportation\\shipping. Upon opening one of them it was found to be in excellent condition. You may want to use a saw that comes standard on a leatherman wave to gently cut at the seam of the pod it is the thickest there . you can line up the blade with the seam of the pod to guide the blade so you do not cut your self. The thickness of the plastic is less than 1 sixteenth thick so be careful. Once it has been worn away a bit use a utility knife with as little blade as possible and carefully finish the job. Watch the blade to make sure you dont cut your fingures/dainty-nubbins. Good Times"
– D-nice
5.0 5
"I cut open the plastic container with a hacksaw. The filter seems to be first class quaiity - but I'm not able to know how old they are - no dates on them. Still, they seem fresh.If you need some of these filter in a hurry, or in the heat of an event, you should cut a few open and perhaps reseal them with duct tape so you can access them quickly. If your stressed and in a crisis cutting them out of the pack would be hazardous. You cannot hurry at this and do it safely.Well worth the money for a three pack."
– primerib01
5.0 5
"These came in german-worded thick green containers that had to be cut open, they are black and orange inside, and look to be brand new."
– boosh
5.0 5
"After reviewing several of the other \"reviews\" of this product, and taking their advice..I found these were rather easy to open (the 'egg' the filters came in). i simply used my dremel tool..and cut along the seam. Popped all three open in just a minute or two. Agreed, they are very tightly secured shut, and cutting does seem to be the only method to open them, but if you use a dremel or similar device, you should have no problem opening them. Now, someone earlier addressed the issue of \"What if you had to open in an emergency?\" Also, if they are already opened, will they be as effective. Here is my solution, if anyone is interested. I opened mine with the dremel as previously stated. Once opened, I sanded down the edges of the cut on the 'egg' to smooth it out. Then I placed the filter back inside, and closed the 'egg' back up, then sealed the 'egg' with PLASTIC box tape (NOT duct tape). Then, I placed each 'egg' inside a vacuum sealed bag using my \"food saver\" vacuum sealer and bags to seal them in an O2 free environment. If (Heaven forbid) I ever do need these in an emergency, they are sealed fresh and unused, but now, very easily opened to get onto a mask. Hope this helps."
– ushunter
5.0 5
"These are a great price, but DO NOT OPEN THEM UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO USE THEM. Opening the outer shell will expose the activated carbon to air which will dramatically reduce the shelf life. These filters are of course well past expiration but will still filter out Nuclear fallout, simple Anthrax, etc. More complex NBC scenarios require a brand new filter, but they are a waste of money if you are only using your filters for Nuclear fallout or CS or Mace. I was so impressed with my initial order of 6(18) that I ordered another large set for my family. California is past due for an earthquake, what sort of protection do you have?"
– Ben
4.0 5
"Translation for package: NBC-protection filter 74- 74 may be prodution year. Do not open until mobilized for war. On side- cut open here bla bla bla dont cut self. Overall good packaging. I'm not going to open untill emergency but if needed, and if I survive I'll write a review of which of my friends lived the longest, haha. 1 has the Finnish mask, 1 has the Czec and I have an M-15 Israeli now with 3 filters. Wish I could find the canteen 4 it though."
– fr33d0m f1ght3r
5.0 5
"OK so I got 6 of these things to go with my Czech cm4 and they fit and seal nicely. They are easy to breathe through but are a pain to open. I have no idea how old they are because they have no date on them. These filters will do well for what I want and I don't mind using a little elbow grease. BTW they are Swiss made."
– br44
4.0 5
"Bought 3 of these and just had to open one to try it out. It was a pain cutting it open, and in an emergency that could be a problem, however it extends the shelf life. Works great on my M15 Isreali military issue gas mask. I want some black ones so they match well, but thats a petty issue."
– CTD indeed
4.0 5
"I purchased a set of these for replacement filters for my M61 Finish gas mask. I found 60-40mm adapters so these will fit properly. I will not open these yet as I want to save them for the right time. Amazingly fast shipping. Received as described above. I will purchase more."
– planettom
5.0 5
"This is a great buy on 40mm filters. Three for 13$ is much better than 1 for 9$ like most sites!These are a bit difficult to get into, but I think other reviewers have overstated the difficulty with which the filters are opened. All I had to do was pierce the mid section with a knife and then leverage the knife to cut around the soft plastic/wax like container. You don't need to cut around the entire container. Once you partially open the container you can grab both sides and pull the rest apart. This way the container can easily be opened in a minute or so.I appreciate the excellent packaging too--these filters were marked ABC 74... I'm assuming that means they were rated for Atomic, Biological, and Chemical hazards and produced in 1974."
– Dave
5.0 5
"Sooo..I had been looking for some Nato filters for my Isreali mask when I saw these pop up a few months ago. In a hast I ordered 3...Not realizing they came in packs of 3. To my plesant surprise I got a total of 9! It was ok tho because of how cheap these were. The packing was great, tried to get into one and couldnt by hand so I just put it away till I needed it. Glad I didnt now after reading the review about decay and expiration once openend. I shoulda known better anyay but was excited bout the item. I havent tested it obviously but after reading the other reviews Im sure it'll work just fine."
– FreedomFighter
5.0 5
"Ordered these to have on hand to use with my Finnish gas mask, using the 60-40mm adapter. Super fast shipping, I believe I got these next day, I live in TX. Sealed nicely and found direction online on how to open clam shell."
– planettom
5.0 5
"I ordered more of these and I love them. I discovered a way to open them quickly and safely. What you do is get a knife and stab the seam in the middle of the pod. Then you use the tip of the knife to leverage off the filter inside to quickly cut the plastic. If you do it right, the knife will be facing away from you the whole time. This will not damage the filter, It only scratches the paint job a little. In an emergency, who cares if the filter is a little scratched. Also, what i do is I have several masks placed all over the house. Each mask is in a gas mask bag with two filters. One filter is this said filter, and the other is the normal type that have the cap on the intake. This way I can quickly open the other filter and have clean air while I work on the other one. That said I have VERY few of the other filters and have a considerable stockpile of these filters.That saidA few days ago I was working on rebuilding my house. I was doing drywall and the dust was killing me. I went and put on a mask with one of these filters and absolutely nothing got through. GREAT"
– br44
4.0 5
"I received my order the same day they shipped FedEx. Came in a bag of 3 looked fine. Each filter comes in an Olive Drab pod that is tightly sealed. No writing on the pod is in English. From the translation I got on the orange sticker around the seam it says to carefully pull up to open them. They are tightly sealed and you will probably need a knife as one said already. Im sure these are sealed for added life and protection in storage keep them stored well and I think they will be ok for many years. Im a bit surprised there is not more info on the pods saying how long they last and stuff."
– Heath
5.0 5
"Arrived next day. Each are sealed really well in the green plastic case. Haven't opened any yet as want to wait till I will need to use it. Good price for 3 canisters. Should work fine on my Israeli mask. I did check around and these were the best deal anywhere."
– Dave
5.0 5
"Can\uFFFDt beat the price. Fast delivery and great product. Get yours before the zombie invasion :)"
– mosin99
5.0 5
"Great filters at a good price. I opened one just to see how it was placed and sealed. It was easy to open, I used a razor sharp knife to slice it open. Just make sure you purchase an adapter if you buy a gas mask from this site."
– El Cazador
4.0 5
"I purchased two 3 packs of these filters. They are sealed in plastic eggs and used a dremel to open them. Vacuum packed them using a food vacuum sealer so the filter will remain fresh until I would need to use them and can open them quickly. Hope this information may help anyone that may be thinking of purchasing them."
– happycamper
5.0 5
"Received several of these today. All pods look good to go and will remain sealed. Anyone open any lately? What years are you getting? Any way to ID without opening?"
– George
4.0 5
"I bought two of these (6 filters). Opening just one was a pain, the plastic shell is VERY sturdy, and took me 5-10 minutes with a sharp knife to get it open, couldn't get through the \"joint\" in the middle, had to cut just below it all the way around to get the filter out, don't expect to deploy these in an emergency unless you pre-open a few. Only 4 bullets because I could not find any date markings on the filter itself. Besides the ABC74 on the plastic egg as other reviewers have noted, there doesn't appear to be any indication of date, so there is no way to know how old these really are or what they protect against, so who knows if these are still good...."
– John L
5.0 5
"I purchased these and a adapter to go with a 60mm mask. They arrived in excellent shape, sealed in separate containers. They should last forever in these containers"
– ffemt1271
5.0 5
"I ordered 2 sets of 3 and they came in the green eggs with German, French, and Spanish writing on them.I opened one with a utility knife with no problems. There is no writing on the filter, but it looks very good. I have been looking up filters and some say that the old filters will do nothing to protect you when they are out of date, so I'm not sure if being in the air tight eggs saved them or not? The a \"ABC\" on then is for atomic, biological , and chemical. I would like more info if anyone has some facts. If there are good filters, you can't beat the price, and CTD shipped out fast."
– Lee
5.0 5
"These used to cost much less. I was lucky enough to order two 3 packs before the price rocketed up! The second these filters come back down in price, I will be getting more. PLEASE CTD, bring these back down. The filters themselves are sealed up nicely and should work well for N.B.C. filtration."
– bri
3.0 5
"These things are a huge pain to open. I sliced my finger open trying to cut the filter out. Seems to be good still, but there's no way to be 100% sure."
– Nick
5.0 5
"These filters open easily with a box cutter, and are brand new on the inside. I have tested them against tear gas, and they do filter particulates like radioactive dust and smoke. I highly recommend the product."
– Jake H.
5.0 5
"These are great quality. Though some have complained about how well they are sealed. A year later, we are really glad they are sealed tight as a drum. We purchased a Dremel tool with cutting tip just to open these. Remember, under heavy use, one of these is good for only UP TO 8 hours each. Maybe less in extreme conditions. These are really smart to have on hand, in my opinion. Hope we never need any of this stuff. Peace out!"
– John
5.0 5
"These work amazingly for what I used them for. I put the mask on after my father used the bathroom (obviously a #2, practically like tear gas) and didn't smell a thing. Need to order more just in case!!"
– Mrcool7303
4.0 5
"These are nice filters, they work good but the ones I recieved have only 5 years left on shelf life."
– Steph
5.0 5
"I just took delivery of 6 of these filters. Evidently there has been a major change from what was being previously sold. My filters look exactly like the ones in the picture. There is no need to cut anything. All you do is pull the tab on the bottom of the filter until it pops off (breaking the seal) and then unscrew the cap. No knives or special tools needed at all to deploy this. I plan on ordering six more of them."
– Deputy
2.0 5
"I ordered 2 of these which is 6 total filters. My dates are 1991, 1993 on 5 of them and I got one dated 1998. They are old, but I hope in an emergency they will work. I guess its better than nothing. I guess!"
– Hoody Who
5.0 5
"just received some with manufacture dates of 2004/2005"
– steve
3.0 5
"Ordered 2 of these with 6 filters total. Figured 12 bucks per 3 was a good deal, was to good to be true. Only 2 had dates of 11/25/2005 the other 4 didnt have any. So I guess these will be to mess around with and such. If your looking for filters for NBC, I would get new ones. Would you risk your life over 12 bucks if it came down to it? I wouldnt."
– Vookem
5.0 5
"BUY THEM!! all 9 filters came sealed and in plastic bags. These filters fit well on the 60mm-40mm adapter that CTD sells."
– sdrawkcab
5.0 5
"Cant beat the price & even though these are not dated, we tested them and they WORK!"
– Big Kahuna
4.0 5
"Bought these to just be cheap backups. I have a bunch of new filters but they are expensive and I wanted to give these a try. Per my research these \"should\" last far beyond their expiration dates, which in this case was 2003. Not sure I trust them with my life but when the others run out old filter is better than no filter."
– EatMorePelosi
5.0 5
"Great filters, I ordered three sets for a total of nine filters. Dates were 1989 - 2003, all in good quality. To the folks talking about cutting the top off, I don't understand, these are designed to be twisted off and it's as easy as opening a two liter softdrink.To open the filter, simply pop off the bottom seal and then twist off the 40mm female top. I give these 5 of 5, the reduced size and filter restriction is MUCH better than my NBC from 1971.I use these to cut the grass (live in Alabama, lots of pollen) and it's fantastic. Using them with a Israeli civilian mask."
– Nathan in AL
4.0 5
"Bought these as back up filters for worst case scenario. The filters I received look exactly like the picture. Desert tan with black caps and white plugs. That's the good thing. All 3 are capped and plugged. But I really don't know how old they are. Won't trust them too far without being able to date them... Good buy."
– StuckInCA
5.0 5
"These are at a cheap price and are what I expected. Usually these filtration canisters if kept sealed and in a sealed container like an old ammo box with a gasket, they will be good for 15 years plus. The filtration I only gets used up if air is passed through it so keep them sealed an in a sealed container and they will last. All three had the factory seal plugs on the ends. These are civilian grade so they will work to filter home made mustard gas, other typical air pollutants and what not. Good if there is a chemical spill in your area but don't expect anything more. Again. Great for the price and a good standard survival item for civilians."
– buschchris1
4.0 5
"I received the filters in excellent condition with no seals broken and no apparent damage to the units or shipping container. Since I have not \"used\" these filters I cannot rate their performance. However, past purchases of this particular filter have been used for protection during spraying of insecticide and they worked very well. I also used them at the cabin to clean up after bat and mice droppings which work very well. I would recommend having these on hand for any use where protection of your lungs is necessary."
– Snowbug
5.0 5
"These are great! Easily worth the price. If you are like me, the filter that came with your masks are 20+ years out of date. The ones I ordered were year 2005, and have 7-8 more years of life in them if kept sealed. I think it's worth money for me and my wife's lives every 5-10 years. Easy decision."
– Amoyle
5.0 5
"They are new, the fit the standard NATO issue mask. Great product! Thanks CTD!"
– Hubert