Due to popularity of this product, there is a 4 week shipping delay once your order is placed.
The PowerCap Active IP is a low-profile positive pressure respirator with built-in head impact-resistance intended to provide respiratory protection from particulate contaminants while alleviating the discomfort caused by traditional half masks.
Uniquely designed to be as lightweight and compact as a baseball cap, the Powercap Active IP excels in tight spaces and other working environments where freedom of movement is critical and trailing tubes and cables can present a hazard. Positive pressure means that fit testing is not required and that full protection factors are afforded to those with beards and other facial hair. The respirator features an impact-resistant face shield making it ideal for tasks where flying debris is a concern.
Products that do not list an explicit NIOSH or ANSI approval on our website do not carry such an approval and should not be used in OSHA regulated environments without the expressed, written approval of a qualified safety manager or local representative of OSHA.
No respirator sold by Peke Safety is suitable for asbestos remediation.
All respiratory and safety equipment, regardless of approval, should not be used without prior medical sign-off by a certified physician.
- P2 filter cartridges remove dust and other airborne contaminants with at least 94% efficiency down to .3 microns.
- Filtered air is moved across at a rate of 160 liters per minute.
- Exceeds the requirements of an N95 particulate face mask.
- Modular construction allows for all components to be replaced as required.
- 1 x Powercap Active IP
- 2 x P2 filters
- 1 x Rechargeable 8-hr battery pack
- 1 x battery charging dock
- 1 x Airflow indicator
Powercap Active IP Respirator Specifications
15.5" (L), 9.44" (W), 10.62" (H)
Operation / Charging Time
8 hours / 3 hours
Li-Ion - 3800mAh, 3.7V, 14.06Wh
EN12941:1988 TH1P (Respiratory), EN166 1B (Visor)
Powercap Active FAQs
What are the suitable applications for the powercap active?
Light Industrial Uses, agricultural, livestock, poultry farming, woodworking, gardening, food processing and sweeping. The powercap active respirator is best suited for environments where Assigned Protection Factors of up to 10 are required, or involve any asthamatic hazards.
Will the powercap active protect against vapors?
No, the Powercap Active is not suitable for these applications, as it is a particulate respirator only. If more protection is needed please see our other products or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for recommendations to best suit your application.
How often should i change my filters?
Unfortunately there is no one time fits all answer to this question as it depends on frequency of use, the level of exposure in the environment, and what you are exposing yourself to. Filters work like a strainer, trapping particles out of the air. When the filter fills up with these particles, the filter is no longer functioning. Once the filters have absorbed all they can, the particles start passing through and can lock up your motor.
Simple answer: when the filter looks dirty, the air flow indicator is showing lower air flows, or you are starting to smell or taste fumes; it's time to change your filters.
How should i clean my powercap?
To get the best use from your powercap, you should be cleaning the pre-filters by removing them from the filters, and either dusting them off or using a vacuum hose on them; however, you should never use a vacuum on the filters themselves.
Please refer to the user manual for cleaning instructions on the visor and unit in general. The powercap active is susceptible to damage if certain products are used on it.
How can i best maintain my powercap?
To keep your powercap in the best possible condition you should be replacing your filters as often as necessary (See: How often should I change my filters?) and using the peel-off visor protectors we have available for purchase under the powercap accessories. This will prevent your face shield from getting scratched.
Is the powercap active compatible with beards and people who wear glasses?
The Powercap Active is a powered air, positive pressure respirator. It does not require a tight face seal or fit test making it compatible with people who have beards or wear glasses.
How can i troubleshoot my powercap active?
Your Powercap Active comes with an Airflow Indicator test. Turn your Powercap with the bumpcap lying on a flat surface. Insert the Airflow Indicator, and turn your Powercap on. Then observe the white meter from the side of the Airflow Indicator that the red-to-green scale is on. If when the unit is fully charged the meter reaches the green part of the scale, then your Powercap is working optimally. Please keep in mind that the meter will never reach the full scale of the green area, and it is normal for it to be relatively close to the red scale.
However, if the meter does not reach past the red scale, then it is an indication that either the filters aren’t working properly, the unit is not properly charged, or there is an issue with the unit’s motor. Please do the following:
- Check that your battery is charged- a low battery can result in low air pressure
- Make sure that your filters have been properly cleaned and maintained, replacing them as often as recommended.
- Clogged filters can affect the airflow of your Powercap active.
Once you have take these steps, if you are still experiencing issues then please reach out to email@example.com.
Is there a warranty for the powercap active?
There is a one year warranty on the JSP PowerCap Active. We will either send you a return label so that we can repair your powercap, or if we are able to diagnose the issue without physical inspection and you are comfortable repairing the powercap yourself we will send you the necessary parts. If your powercap is out of warranty, we will still work with you to make sure you have a functioning powercap, however you will be responsible for the costs of any replacement parts.
All items with a 1 year standard manufacturer's warranty that covers defects caused by faults in the manufacturing process only. Evidence that product from Peke Safety has been tampered with or that product failure has come as the result of misuse will void any warranty obligation. If upon receipt, we determine that the need for repair of the product is a result of improper maintenance or general neglect, we will require a product refurbishment and charge a refurbishment fee.
How is the battery life on the powercap active?
On receipt of the unit, run the battery flat and charge for 16 hours to reach maximum capacity. Following charging cycles should then take 8 hours. If the unit is run completely flat, or the unit has not been used for a long period it would be advisable to repeat the 8-16hr charge cycle.
What kind of filters does the powercap active use?
The powercap active respirator uses TH1P filters, they offer a similar protection as FFP2 filters. These filters are suitable for protection against the following: Wood dust, Cement dust, Plaster dust, Tile dust, Brick dust, Masonry dust, Glass and mineral fibres, Metal dusts.
Does the powercap active respirator have any certifications?
The Powercap Active has undergone many tests to ensure your safety. It has achieved the certification EN 12941: This standard specifies whether a powered filtering device incorporating a helmet or hood with gas, particle or combined filter meets the minimum requirements for respiratory protection. Note: The Powercap Active is NOT OSHA approved.
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Fit is very comfortable and not heavy on the head. I have had a Trend for 2 years and was happy with it but it was a little top heavy. I ordered and it said there would be a delay in shipping but I received the PowerCap in a week. I also ordered a spare face shield and also received it in less than a week. Filters easy to clean with a vacuum.
As advertised.. very comfortable..a little pricey but you need to care for your lungs. I wear glasses and they don't fog under the mask.
So glad I purchased this respirator. I'm a full time furniture maker, and I've developed an allergy to some woods.
My other full face respirator was good, but after hours of wearing it, I felt short on oxygen.
I can wear this one for hours, and feel great after. It is also much lighter than my previous respirator.
I would highly recommend purchasing this respirator. It works well with my beard also.
Good product that meets my need for fresh filtered art when wood turning and sanding. Face shield gives added protection when turning.