Item # CBRN-70027-001, ABD, Landover CBRN CAP 1 Canister

Canisters >> Item # CBRN-70027-001, ABD, Landover CBRN CAP 1 Canister

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  • Shelf Life10 Years (foil bag) Store at room temperature in clean, dry place
  • Diameter4.57 in
    116mm
  • Overall Height3.50 in
    90mm
  • Approx. Weight422 g
    14.9 oz
  • ConnectionEN 148-1 (40 mm) NATO thread
  • Body MaterialNoryl® GFN1
  • Breathing Resistance<50 mm H2O at airflow rate of 85 lpm
  • Filter Efficiency99.97 %
  • Gas Service Life
    ABD, Landover CBRN Canister meets or exceeds gas service life requirements for CBRN CAP 1 as specified in NIOSH Statement of Standard CBRN Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPR)

    Gas/Vapor Challenge Test Concentration
    (ppm)
    Breakthrough Concentration
    (ppm)
    Service Life (minutes)
    Ammonia 2500 12.5 >15
    Cyanogen Chloride 300 2 >15
    Cyclohexane 2600 10 >15
    Formaldehyde 500 1 >15
    Hydrogen Cyanide 940 4.7 (1) >15
    Hydrogen Sulfide 1000 5.0 >15
    Nitrogen Dioxide 200 1 ppm NO2 or
    25 ppm NO (2)
    >15
    Phosgene 250 1.25 >15
    Phosphine 300 0.3 >15
    Sulfur Dioxide 1500 5 >15

    (1) Sum of HCN and C2N2.
    (2) Nitrogen Dioxide breakthrough is monitored for both NO2 and NO. Breakthrough is determined by which quantity, NO2 or NO, reaches breakthrough first.

  • Chemical Agent Permeation and Penetration Resistance
    Agent Challenge Concentration Duration of Challenge (minutes) Breathing Machine Airflow Rate (L/minute) Maximum Peak Excursion (mg/m3) Max. Breakthrough (concentration integrated over minimum service life) (mg-min/m3) Minimum Service Life (hours)
    HD Vapor 50 mg/m3 30 40 0.30 3.0 8
    HD Liquid 0.43 to 0.86 ml 120 40 0.30 3.0 2
    GB Vapor 210 mg/m3 30 40 0.044 1.05 8

  • NIOSH ApprovalsTC-14G-0317 NIOSH approved as part of a complete respirator systemThis cartridge is export-controlled by the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security. The Export Administration Regulations must be followed to determine if product can be exported to the country of end use.