Detta är ett Multi-Range kombinationsfilter med mycket hög kvalitet och normalpris i butik är 450:-/st.
Filtret är NOS (New Old Stock) oanvänt och aldrig öppnat.
Kommer från italienska polisens överskottslager och är prod.märkta med år 2006-2011.
Tillverkat i Italien av D.P.I. srl som är ledande inom personlig skyddsutrustning.

Dessa filter är tillverkade för användning av italienska polisens insatsstyrka och har rundgänga DIN EN 148-1 (40mm Nato-gänga).
För att öka kompatibiliteten säljer vi även adapter / konverter. Adaptern gör att dessa filter passar i princip alla världens militära gasmasker med 40/60mm gänga. Som exempel kan sägas att adaptern gör att filtret passar de flesta Svenska, Norska, Finska, Danska, Ryska och Tyska gasmasker.

Skyddsklasserna på detta filter är A2-B2-E2-K1-P3, se sista bilden för detaljerade skyddsklass-specifikationer.
Kombinationsfilter mot organiska gaser och ångor med en kokpunkt på >65°C, oorganiska gaser och ångor, svaveldioxid och ammoniak samt partiklar av giftiga och högt giftiga ämnen (P3) (t.ex. radioaktivt nedfall).
Med innovativ BIOSTOP (förhindrar tillväxt av bakterier och / eller svampar genom filtermaterialet).
Dessa filter har passerat sitt utgångsdatum, därför kan ovanstående skyddsklasser inte garanteras.
Fungerar förmodligen men eftersom ingen kan garantera detta säljs dessa filter som samlarobjekt.
Observera att gasmasker och denna typ av filter inte ger skydd mot kolmonoxid vid brand (vid brand krävs syre).

Länk till italienska tillverkaren:


This is a combination filter with very high quality and the normal price in the store is SEK 450/pc.
The filter is NOS (New Old Stock) unused and never opened.
Comes from the Italian police's surplus stock and is product marked with the year 2006-2011.
Made in Italy by D.P.I. srl which is a leader in personal protective equipment.

These filters are made for the use of the Italian police task force and have round thread DIN EN 148-1 (40mm NATO thread).
To increase compatibility, we also sell adapters / converters. The adapter means that these filters fit basically all the world's military gas masks with 40 / 60mm thread. As an example, it can be said that the adapter makes the filter suitable for most Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Danish, Russian and German gas masks.

The protection classes on this filter are A2-B2-E2-K1-P3, see last image for detailed protection class specifications.
Combination filter against organic gases and vapors with a boiling point of >65°C, inorganic gases and vapors, sulfur dioxide and ammonia and particles of toxic and highly toxic substances (P3).
With innovative BIOSTOP (prevents the growth of bacteria and / or fungi through the filter material).
These filters have passed their expiration date, therefore the above protection classes can not be guaranteed.
Probably works, but since no one can guarantee this, these filters are sold as collectibles.
Note that gas masks and this type of filter do not provide protection against carbon monoxide in the event of a fire (oxygen is required in the event of a fire).

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• Length: 102 mm
• Width: 103 mm
• Height: 103 mm
• Volume: 1,082 dm³
• Weight: 0.24 kg
• CE Code: 0426
• Manufacturing number: 4341.0632
• Thread: DIN EN 148-1 (40mm NATO)

• Date and markings shown in the photo may vary and the gas mask filter is expired.
• Not classified as civilian personal protective equipment.
• Safety features cannot be guaranteed therefore the equipment is sold as collectibles.

Please note that this is surplus, therefore there may be small variations in model and color.
May have visible traces from long-term storage.

• Condition: Never used / NOS (New Old Stock) (long-term stored in military storage)
• Color: Black
• Manufacturer: Surplus product
• Order Number: MF627610BB


Original Surplus - Italian Armed Forces

The Italian Armed Forces (ItalianForze armate italianepronounced [ˈfɔrtse arˈmaːte itaˈljaːne]) encompass the Italian Army, the Italian Navy and the Italian Air Force. A fourth branch of the armed forces, known as the Carabinieri, take on the role as the nation's military police and are also involved in missions and operations abroad as a combat force. Despite not being a branch of the armed forces, the Guardia di Finanza has military status and is organized along military lines. These five forces comprise a total of 340,885 men and women with the official status of active military personnel, of which 167,057 are in the Army, Navy and Air Force. The President of the Italian Republic heads the armed forces as the President of the High Council of Defence established by article 87 of the Constitution of Italy. According to article 78, the Parliament has the authority to declare a state of war and vest the powers to lead the war in the Government.

Esercito Italiano

The ground force of Italy, the Regio Esercito dates back to the unification of Italy in the 1850s and 1860s. It fought in colonial engagements in China during the Boxer Rebellion, against the Ottoman Empire in Libya (1911-1912), on the Alps against the Austro-Hungarian Empire during World War I, in Abyssinia during the Interwar period, and in World War II in AlbaniaGreeceNorth Africa and Russia, as well as in the Italian Civil War. During the Cold War the Army prepared itself to defend against a Warsaw Pact invasion from the east. Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, it has seen extensive peacekeeping service in LebanonAfghanistan, and Iraq. On 29 July 2004 it became a professional all-volunteer force when conscription was finally ended.

Marina Militare

The navy of Italy was created in 1861, following the proclamation of the Kingdom of Italy, as the Regia Marina. The new navy's baptism of fire came during the Third Italian War of Independence against the Austrian Empire. During the First World War, it spent its major efforts in the Adriatic Sea, fighting the Austro-Hungarian Navy. In the Second World War, it engaged the Royal Navy in a two-and-a-half-year struggle for the control of the Mediterranean Sea. After the war, the new Marina Militare, being a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), has taken part in many coalition peacekeeping operations. It is a blue-water navy. The Guardia Costiera (Coast Guard) is a component of the navy.

Aeronautica Militare

The air force of Italy was founded as an independent service arm on 28 March 1923, by King Vittorio Emanuele III as the Regia Aeronautica (which equates to "Royal Air Force"). During the 1930s, it was involved in its first military operations in Ethiopia in 1935, and later in the Spanish Civil War between 1936 and 1939. Eventually, Italy entered World War II alongside Germany. After the armistice of 8 September 1943, Italy was divided into two sides, and the same fate befell the Regia Aeronautica. The Air Force was split into the Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force in the south aligned with the Allies, and the pro-Axis Aeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana in the north until the end of the war. When Italy was made a republic by referendum, the air force was given its current name Aeronautica Militare.


The Arma dei Carabinieri is the gendarmerie and military police of Italy. The corps was instituted in 1814 by King Victor Emmanuel I of Savoy with the aim of providing the Kingdom of Sardinia with a police corps; it is therefore older than Italy itself. The new force was divided into divisions on the scale of one division for each province of Italy. The divisions were further divided into companies and subdivided into lieutenancies, which commanded and coordinated the local police stations and were distributed throughout the national territory in direct contact with the public. The Italian unification saw the number of divisions increased, and in 1861 the Carabinieri were appointed the "First Force" of the new national military organization. In recent years Carabinieri became the fourth branch of Italian Armed Forces. Primarily they carry out law enforcementmilitary policing duties and peacekeeping mission abroad, such as KosovoAfghanistan, and Iraq. At the Sea Islands Conference of the G8 in 2004, the Carabinieri were given the mandate to establish a Center of Excellence for Stability Police Units (CoESPU) to spearhead the development of training and doctrinal standards for civilian police units attached to international peacekeeping missions.          
Original Surplus - Italian Armed Forces


D.P.I. srl is an italian leading production company in personal protection. The Research and Development Centre, having an equipped laboratory with its innovative and very modern apparatus, is the very engine of the Company; the most innovative solutions are tought, materialized and tested in the most extreme conditions so as to be able to produce them and to supply users with the most advanced answers to any protection requirement. All products developed and manufactured entirely in Italy: Full Face Masks, Half Masks, Filters, Self Contained Breathing Apparatuses, EEBD and Escape Sets, Mandil Disposable Filtering Facepieces.          
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