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The G1 SCBA offers integrated and enhanced solutions to exceed your needs today as well as years into the future. MSA's long-standing commitment to the fire service industry began nearly 100 years ago. Our goal is to provide dependable, high-quality products, instruments and service that will help to ensure a safe return home. MSA’s extensive knowledge and expertise has helped to harness new technologies to produce exceptional protective equipment.
The MSA G1 NO PASS SCBA is yet another testament to the user focus that MSA brings to the fire service. Incorporating the latest in firefighter safety and technology. There are times on the scene where sudden movements or loud noises might not be a good thing, HAZMAT and law enforcement for example. To meet the needs of these first responders MSA has developed the MSA G1 SCBA NO PASS.
The MSA G1 SCBA with Integrated Thermal Imaging Camera provides EVERY firefighter the ability to see in dark and smoke filled environments, aiding in the speed and effectiveness of your operation from the initial 360, to working the fire, overhaul and rescue. This sight is provided through a Thermal Imaging Camera that is integrated into the G1 SCBA Control Module, eliminating the need to carry an additional piece of bulky equipment and the concern of an additional snag hazard. NFPA 1981 Approved – Now Shipping!
The MSA G1 SCBA Rechargable Battery eliminates the need for disposable replacement batteries. The portable and compact rapid charger can charge up to six batteries at once and batteries can reach a full charge in just 6 hours.
The G1 SCBA Remote-Mounted Quick-Fill System is the only NIOSH Approved and NFPA compliant front mounted system for recharging SCBA cylinders.
MSA’s tried-and-trusted G1 SCBA now comes available in a 5500 psig operating system. Our lowest profile, most comfortable, streamlined and balanced SCBA can now be configured with the lightest weight cylinders on the market today, reducing stress and fatigue while increasing maneuverability in confined spaces
The industrial version of one of our most trusted products in the Fire Service industry, the G1 Industrial SCBA contains many unique design features that reduce stress and fatigue while improving performance and ease of maintenance.
The G1 Facepiece was designed without electronic components, to minimize weight, reduce your stress and fatigue and improve your overall performance level. This design also means that there are no electronic components on the outside of the facepiece that may result in snag and entanglement hazards. What’s more, by eliminating costly electronic components, the price is reduced substantially, allowing personal-issue facepieces to be a cost effective measure. As an added bonus, the facepiece is equipped with cross-contamination prevention to reduce the spread of illness when facepieces are shared. But MSA didn’t stop there. The MSA G1 SCBA is also equipped with a speaking diaphragm to increase speech clarity while off air. The new G1 Facepiece is not only lightweight and compact with overall low profile design, it’s comfortable and built to last. Taking the preferred design features of the Ultra Elite Facepiece, including wide field of view and comfortable, robust seal geometry, we’ve taken the MSA G1 SCBA to the next level with an open port to provide low breathing resistance, both on and off air. The G1 Facepiece can help you to conserve energy for when you need it most.
The all new MSA G1 ExtendAire II System is an Emergency Breathing Supply System (EBSS) accessory that uses intermediate pressure air to provide firefighters with emergency breathing air.
MSA Cairns Front Holders are used exclusively on MSA Cairns traditional style fire helmets (N5A New Yorker, N6A Sam Houston, 1010, 1044 and 880 Tradition). They are designed to help divert energy from the head, neck and spine if the helmet encounters an impact or acceleration hazard.