Swiss SM 64

The Swiss Bata SM 64 was a helmet type mask made of black rubber.  It featured two round glass eyepieces, an elongated snout, and a cheek-mounted exhale valve.  It was for use by rescue workers, and sometimes issued in pairs with a "Y" hose leading to either a single filter, or Pressluftatmer PA-2000 unit.  The first example was made by Bata in 1964, and the second examples were made by Bata in 1965.

Maske = "Mask"

Pressluftatmer = "Compressed Air Breathing Apparatus"

 

Similar masks in my collection:  German VM 37, Latvian VEF 39, Dutch Veritex, Swiss B-Maske, Finnish M39

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Stamp

Stamps on metal eye rings "U-6551 3"

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Stamp

Stamp on exhale valve cover "B-1 L"

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Stamps

Rubber date stamp and Swiss cross stamps in white ink "02-64"

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Stamp

Manufacturer stamp on metal clamp "HORGEN"

Filter
Filter

Filter top view "LUWA"

Filter
Filter

Filter side view

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Stamps

Stamps on exhale valve cover and cheek "B-1 B" "10-65"

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Stamp

Date stamp under chin "02 64"

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Stamp

Manufacturer stamp on filter connector "INCA 6115 2"

Rubber stamp
Rubber stamp

Date stamp on hose "L 07-66"

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Stamp

Stamp on hose clamp "26-30"

Filter
Filter

Manufacturer and date stamps on filter top view "LUWA" "19--72 Z"

Carrier
Carrier

Bag for "Beatmungsausrustung zu PA-2000" "Eqpt de respiration pour PA-2000"

Accessories
Accessories

Metal box with instructions, cloth, and anti-fogging liquid, closed

Accessories
Accessories

Metal box with instructions, cloth, and anti-fogging liquid, open