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Helmet VFR2009 With Integrated Visor

During crash accidents in which various danger may occur (explosions, collapses, splinters, contact with chemicals etc.) During structural fires with extremely high temperatures, falling of debris, flash-over phenomena and poor visibility During outdoors fires with extreme temperatures due to radiant heat phenomena and potential caustic or explosive materials Located on both sides of the shell, the helmet has a universal connection for two point gas masks, which are individually adjustable, making it compatible with all the masks on the market and creates an efficient and safe mask/helmet combination. The face shields and eye screen, certified according to EN 14458 and EN 166 Standards, are of the highest optical quality (optical class 1). Resistant to high temperatures, they safely protect the eyes and face from high heat, electricity, particles and liquid chemicals. The two external levers allow for easy handling of the screen while wearing gloves, avoiding contact with the shield, face and eyes of the user. One size adjustable from size 52 to size 64 Helmet: 1.220 gr ± 10 gr Helmet with face shield and eye screen: 1.540 gr ± 10 gr Shell: Thermoplastic material reinforced with glass fiber, injection molded, resistant to high temperatures and mechanical stress Inner shell: Polyurethane foam with reinforced molded honeycomb + aramid to absorb shocks and perforations 4 points adjustable chin strap with quick release buckle Flame resistant padded headband and chinstrap covers, made of leather or aramid material Available colors: white, yellow, bright yellow, orange, bright orange, red, black, blue, metallized grey, photoluminescent The helmet is certified EC in category III, according to the following Standards: EN 443:2008 (Helmets for fire fighting in buildings and other structures) EN 16471:2014 (Helmets for wildland fire fighting) EN 16473:2014 (Helmets for technical rescue) ME