P-30 Respirator from JSC Donetsk Mine Rescue Equipment Plant

P-30 is a closed circuit compressed oxygen respirator for individual protection in unsuitable for breathing areas. P-30 was developed for mine rescue and technical operations in coal mines and other industrial areas where respiratory protection is needed.

Inhaled air is purified from carbon dioxide by the soda lime cartridge. P-30 can be applied in environments from minus 20 to plus 60 degrees Celsius. If respirator is used at high temperatures the breathing gas is cooled by the water ice. P-30 has wider temperature range than most compressed air and compressed oxygen systems, it has smaller dimensions and weight, lower maintenance cost and it creates very comfortable conditions for breathing.

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