The WolfHazmat S.C.A.P.E (Self Contained Atmospheric Protective Ensemble) and
R.F.H.C.O (ROCKET FUEL HANDLER'S COVERALL OUTFIT) suits:


S.C.A.P.E (Self Contained Atmospheric Protective Ensemble)

MATISEC S.C.A.P.E


(Self Contained Atmospheric Protective Ensemble)

Suits


U.S. Army surplus toxicological climate controlled suit

Wolfhazmat POTMC (protective outfit toxicological microclimate controlled) Suit:

U.S. Army surplus toxicological climate controlled suit


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NASA's newer S.C.A.P.E. suits

These new S.C.A.P.E. suits have been updated with improved face visors that curve out like a bubble (more room for the wearer's face). Instead of the older SCAPE suit's stiff rubber cuff seal, the newer SCAPE suit uses a twist-lock glove ring (and boot ring) system with stainless steel hose clamps. (Gloves are made by North Safety.) The S.C.A.P.E. suits also have restraints to hold down the expanded back when the backpack is not worn inside (airfed mode). In airfed mode, technicians use portable air tanks during transport. The technicians connect their suits to an air line at the spacecraft assembly building. The liquid air SCBA system is used when it is not possible or not safe to use supplied air.


Other SCAPE Suits

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