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A Reminder on Bicycle Helmet Certification There are organizations that inspect and rate helmets. Before buying a helmet make sure to look for a seal of approval from one of these organizations: Americ ... Read More

Helmet Cooling


Basics Helmet liners are made of foam that holds heat well. Human bodies use the head to radiate excess heat during exercise. Only a flow of air over the head can carry that heat out of the helmet so v ... Read More

How to Choose Climbing Helmets


Climbing helmets are designed to protect you against several common climbing scenarios; for example, when: rocks or hardware get kicked loose above you you peel off and whip into a wall you hit your he ... Read More

World wide Equestrian Helmet Standard


Standards Helmets must meet a defined standard to be certified for use in competition. Procedures vary from one nation to the next. However as a general rule the design standards are created by a stand ... Read More

What is Fabric


What is Fabric? The term fabric can be defined as a planner structure produced by interlaced/interlooped yarns or fibers and felts made by interlocking fibers. It is a manufactured assembly of fibers a ... Read More

What is Foam


Foam is an object formed by trapping pockets of gas in a liquid or solid. A bath sponge and the head on a glass of beer are examples of foams. In most foams, the volume of gas is large, with thin films ... Read More

what is Polycarbonate


What is PC Polycarbonate (PC) plastics are a naturally transparent amorphous thermoplastic. Although they are made commercially available in a variety of colors (perhaps translucent and perhaps not), t ... Read More

How to Choose the Best Climbing Helmet


Wear-ability What good does buying a climbing helmet do if you dont wear it? Above all, pick a helmet that is comfortable and attractive in your eyes because if, on the other hand, you get an uncomfort ... Read More

EN1384 Equestrian Helmet Standard


Safety Standards Explained Riding Hats How Protective Headwear works Modern technology has enabled manufacturers to reproduce hats that are very strong lightweight and extremely comfortable to wear. Th ... Read More

EN12492


Impact / Shock Absorption Similar to both industrial helmets and bump caps mountaineering helmets are subjected to an impact from a falling mass onto a fixed headform. However to reflect the nature of ... Read More

AS/NZ1698


AS/NZS 1698:2006 This Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard was prepared by Joint Technical Committee CS-076, Protective Helmets for Vehicle Users. It was approved on behalf of the Council of Standards ... Read More

AS/NZS2603


AUSTRALIAN Helmet STANDARD AS/NZS 2063 Pok Tyrone Helmet matched AS/NZS 2063 Standards can be imported and sale in Australia. ... Read More