PUBLIC
SAFETY

PROTECT AND SERVE

Police officers, firefighters, EMS personnel, and other public safety officials are expected to perform their duties under various circumstances in which there is exposure to respiratory hazards.

Many of these hazards, such as smoke or bacteria, can cause short and long term health risks and require protection. Exposure to other elements, such as odors and cold weather, can make tasks miserable.

RZ Industries Cop

BREATHE EASY

An RZ Mask easily fits into pockets and is an irreplaceable piece of equipment for many public safety officials. The replaceable active carbon filters protect against common on-the-job particulates such as odors, smoke, mold, pollution, and bacteria.

Neoprene or mesh material ensures comfortability in even the most extreme circumstances. Two one-way exhalation valves expel heat, keeping the inside dry for long term use. These valves combined with an adjustable nose clip prevent lens fogging. The ability to have a small, proficient, easy to carry tool that offers protection from such a wide array of airborne particulates is vital.

RZ Industries Mesh Mask

PROTECT YOURSELF WITH 99.9% POLLUTANT FILTRATION AGAINST

  • Smoke
  • Bacteria
  • Cold Weather
  • Odors
  • CS Gas
  • Overhauls

REVIEWS AND TESTIMONIALS





RZ Industries Testimonial

Matt, MN Police Department

“You can even easily fit them in a cargo pocket. I can see so many different applications for these in our field but the top one for me is smell. Without a doubt, these masks made a big difference!”

RZ Industries Testimonial

Chris, NY Fire Department

“RZ masks have been proven to be lightweight, durable, and just the level of protection our firefighters need for forest fire operations. In addition, we use them on overhaul details, pump operations, and this winter to keep our faces warm during cold nights. These are a must have for any department.”

RZ Industries Testimonial

Steven, Ohio Correctional Facility Medic

“The entire 1st floor of the building was contaminated with the spray, Corrections Officers were still sick and coughing some requiring breathing treatments. Myself and my asthma... No problem at all breathing...”