Safety Helmets

These Safety Helmets are intended to protect the wearer's head from impacts, hats are made from durable materials, originally from metal, fiberglass, and most commonly rigid plastic. These are available with various specifications such as Size : XS,S,M,L,XLNet Weight (kg) : 10, 11, 12Color : Blue ,Green, Grey, HYD Green , OrangeType : Half, Flip Up, Open Face, PolishesInner Shell : Plastic ,Soft Fabric, Textile SuspensionOuter Shell : ABS, Fiber Glass ,HDPE, Polymer

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Detailed Description for Safety Helmets

A hard hat is a type of helmet predominantly used in workplace environments such as industrial or construction sites to protect the head from injury due to falling objects, impact with other objects, debris, rain, and electric shock. Suspension bands inside the helmet spreads the helmet's weight and the force of any impact over the top of the head. A suspension also provides space of approximately 30 mm (1.2 inch) between the helmet's shell and the wearer's head, so that if an object strikes the shell, the impact is less likely to be transmitted directly to the skull. Some helmet shells have a mid-line reinforcement ridge to improve impact resistance.

Blue-collar workers, especially construction workers engaged in occupations that require protective equipment are sometimes referred to as "hard hats".

 

Features:

-Durability

-Easy to wear

-Impact and UV resistance

-Skin-friendliness

 

Specifications:

-ISI approved confirming to IS 2925, CE approved confirming to EN -397-1995

-Four point head suspension with brushed cloth on foam of sweet band

-Adjustable chin strap, richet type

-Color available: fluorescent colors , white, yellow, blue, red, green, grey,orange, voilet etc.

 

In general, a safety helmet must be worn where a person may:

-be struck on the head by a falling object

-strike his/her head against a fixed object

-inadvertently come into contact with electrical hazards.

 

Accessories

A wide range of accessories can be fitted to helmets to make them more suitable for variable working conditions. Examples include:

 

-a retaining strap worn under the chin or at the nape of the neck

-a bracket and cable clip for the attachment of a lamp

-an eye shield, face shield or welding shield

-a wide brim for additional shade in hot climates

-neck flaps for protection against weather, molten metal splash, hot substances and similar

-a lining for cold conditions

-ear muffs.

-Care should be taken to ensure that accessories and their attachment systems do not reduce the safety characteristics of the helmet nor adversely affect the balance or comfort of the helmet. Particular care should be given to the electrical resistance.

 

Selection

The following should be considered:

-nature and location of the work

-extent of adjustment for comfort

-accessories must be compatible with the make of helmet used

-sweat bands

-white helmets will provide better heat reflection and are easily seen in poor lighting conditions.

-Unsafe practices

 

The following practices are considered detrimental to the safe working life and performance of the helmet and must be avoided:

storage or placement of helmets near any window, particularly the rear window of motor vehicles, through which excessive heat can be generated. Helmets placed on the rear window ledge of motor vehicles may also become dangerous missiles in the event of an accident or when sudden braking occurs.

failure to follow manufacturer's cleaning instructions.  The helmet may be damaged and rendered ineffective by chemicals such as petroleum and petroleum products, cleaning agents, paints and adhesives, without the damage being visible to the user.

alteration, distortion or damage to the harness or to the shell such as splits and cracks.

the use of safety helmets for any other purpose than that for which they are designed, for example, as seats, liquid receptacles, wheel chocks.

 

Cleaning

It is recommended that safety helmets be cleaned regularly. In general, normal washing methods using warm water and soap are adequate. The use of solvents, very hot water, or harsh abrasives is not advisable.

 

Inspection and maintenance

All safety helmet components and accessories should be visually inspected prior to use by the wearer for signs of dents, cracks, penetration or other damage due to impact, rough treatment or unauthorised alterations which could reduce the degree of safety provided.

Helmets showing damage or deterioration to the shell should be immediately withdrawn from service and discarded (completely destroyed). Helmets with sound shells but with damaged or defective harness components should be withdrawn from service and the complete harness and cradle replaced.

 

 


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