VSF 21 Series

VSF 21 series: Totally encapsulated suit for use with powered filter unit

VSF 21 series: Totally encapsulated suit for use with powered filter unit

  • The standard equipment varies depending on the model
  • One-piece complete (ventilated) chemical/firefighter protective suit with permanently fitted visor (antifog), simple, liquid-tight/partly gas-tight zip (not covered), permanently fitted protective gloves, boots or footlets, partially integrated braces (SYKAN/POLYRAN) and 3 pressure relief valves with cover/protection (incl. HPF membrane).
  • For (unrestricted) operations in fire brigades, industry, works fire brigades and military.
  • Standards classification: Type 1c/3 = protective suit against liquid and (partly) gaseous CBRN*/chemicals, including liquid aerosols and solid particles, and is also approved for protection against infective agents. * only with TESIMAX C2F powered filter unit with C2F ABEK2P3-CBRN optional filter/spray protection cover caps – the powered filter unit (CF2) that is used with all VSF 21 CPS.
  • These CPS unite excellent workmanship with high-grade materials.
  • All popular firefighter helmets and industrial hard hats can be worn under the suit. We recommend a helmet, for example according to EN 443 for firefighter helmets for technical rescue, to EN 397 for industrial hard hats and to EN 12492 for mountaineering helmets (see accessories).
  • Service life: 5 to 10 years (disposable) to 15 years (reusable) according to manufacturer’s guideline
  • Sizes: Four individual sizes (M to XXL)
  • Optimum fit through range of sizes
  • Perfect design also at critical points

VSF 21 – approvals (according to PPE Regulation (EU) 2016/425)

  • EN ISO 13688 Protective clothing – General requirements
  • DIN EN 943 in conjunction with EN 12941 = Protective clothing against dangerous solid, liquid and gaseous chemicals, including liquid and solid aerosols – Part 1: Performance requirements for Type 1 (gas-tight) chemical protective suits; German version EN 943-1:2015+A1:2019 in conjunction with EN 12941: Respiratory protective devices – Powered filtering devices incorporating a helmet or a hood – Requirements, testing, marking; German version EN 12941:1998+A1:2003+A2:2008
  • EN 14605 (Type 3) = liquid-tight protective clothing
  • EN 14126 = protection against biological agents “B”
  • EN 1149 = antistatic properties, dissipative

For further options, see CPS Accessories.