SCBA Breathing Apparatus Interspiro QS II

SCBA Breathing Apparatus Interspiro QS II is the result of close collaboration with fire-fighters and experts in the field of ergonomics. The ergonomic design of all components and the many integrated smart features make the harness highly versatile. The ambient air hatch installed makes it possible to wear mask and other equipment even in standby mode – without having to use the air from the cylinder. The moment the apparatus is to be activated, you simply press the hatch

scba breathing apparatus

SCBA Breathing Apparatus Interspiro QS II telah memenuhi standard / Approval dari EN 137 (Complete Apparatus), CE 89/686/EEC, 96/98 EC on Marine Equipment (Ships Wheel) – M.E.D Directive, Gost VNIIPO, AS/NZS, TECKO, VFDB dan NFPA 1981.

Regulator Unit

  • Flow rate (in excess of) 1 350 l/min.
  • Audible warning activation 55 bar +5 bar
  • Audible warning sound level >90dB
  • Weight: 1.05 kg


  • Model: S-MASK Ambient Air Hatch system
  • Standard/ Approval: EN 12245
  • Liner Material: Pet liner (blown thermoplastic polyester)
  • Reinforcement material: Carbon fiber
  • Service pressure: 300 bar
  • Test pressure: 450 bar
  • Weight: 2.9 kg
  • Fully wrapped composite cylinders for fire breathing apparatus.

Face Mask

  • Model: S-MASK Ambient Air Hatch system
  • Mask Body Material : Natural rubber or Silicone
  • Visor Heat Material : resistant Polycarbonate, Scratch resistant and anti-fog coating
  • Breathing Valve Material: Heat resistant Polyamid
  • Flow rate with preserved positive pressure;
  • Weight: 0.83 kg
  • The inner mask separates inhaled and exhaled air to minimize the danger of breathing exhaled carbon dioxide. An ambient air hatch with double action release mechanism enables the use of ambient air while in stand-by
  • S-BREATHING VALVE is a positive pressure valve with a secure connection to the face mask. The design of the demand valve supplies air only while inhaling, with instantaneous response to workload differences. Positive pressure is activated with a one-hand push on the exhalation valve cover