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    Where in Ohio can I find Scott SCBA facepieces and how much do they cost in general?

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    Scotts largest costomer is Vallen Safety so if you have one buy you. They go for over $200.00 for the new comfort seal and anti-fog lense. Ebay also has some one there once and a while. but make sure that if you plan on firefighting not to get the ones with the gray straps cause they are for Haz-Mat. OK I hope I answered your question

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    • #3
      I was recently told that the Scott face piece without the nose/mouth cone is no longer approved by NFPA. Does anyone know if this is true?

      Thanks

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      • #4
        I found Scott AV200 masks for 180.00 at www.esoutfitters.com. I also seem to remember hearing or reading that without nosecups these mask do not meet NIOSH approval. Some of the older Scott masks don't have these nosecups, but I have never seen any new ones for sale without the nosecups. They do greatly reduce fogging and also have a voice diaphragm to enhance verbal communication.

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        • #5
          Is there anything out there that really keeps the Scott mask from fogging up? We have trouble even with the so-called antifog masks. Maybe it's our humid climate, but we seem to have a terrible time with fogging.

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          • #6
            Sorry guys, I posted my reply in the wrong thread.

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            • #7
              To Blaze11-18,

              The Scott facepiece without the nose-cone is still nfpa UNLESS you live in a climate that goes below 30 degrees. If it get below 30 degress (like it does in Maine) then you may not use the mask without the nosecone. Hope this helps.

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              • #8
                [QUOTE]Originally posted by FF.FOREVER:
                [B]To Blaze11-18,

                The Scott facepiece without the nose-cone is still nfpa UNLESS you live in a climate that goes below 30 degrees. If it get below 30 degress (like it does in Maine) then you may not use the mask without the nosecone.

                FF.Forever,
                Can you give me a source for this info?
                In my dept. (as in other's, I'm sure) the
                new guys (me included) get the older gear,
                which will be "upgraded" with the newer stuff
                as it is purchased, people leave, etc. I have
                one of the older, no nosecone masks issued to
                me right now. I'd appreciate any info.
                Thanks!

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                HazMat
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                We gotta be nuts...we're running
                in when the rats & roaches are
                running out!
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                Disclaimer:
                These are my opinions, and only mine,
                and do not reflect the views of my
                department.

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                • #9
                  Scott also sells a anti fog cream, it looks like a wax and that works good.

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                  • #10
                    Liquid hand soap applied to the inside of the mask and then wiped dry with out rinsing works as an anti-fog for me, even with the spectacle kit. Most anti-fog products are just soap anyway.

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                    • #11
                      Two vendors I know of around your area. Both should be able to ship direct. I have had better luck service and price wise with First In Rescue Equipment.

                      First In Rescue Equipment
                      Florence, KY
                      (859) 371-7676
                      Contact: Jim Whitaker

                      Orr Safety
                      Cincinnati, OH
                      (513) 247-8500
                      Contact: Pat Sedgwick

                      If these vendors don't meet your needs contact Scott's regional manager.

                      Trent Smith
                      Scott Health and Safety
                      1-800-247-7257


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                      • #12
                        We got a price of 160 bucks a piece for the new scott facepiece on a bid we are soon to award( I think). Some people here are using Rain X anti fog with good results.

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