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PW55 - Endurance Spec Visor Helmet Brochure Page 368
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PW55 - Endurance Spec Visor Helmet

PW55 http://www.mardens-trading.co.uk/images/stories/virtuemart/product/PW55RBR.jpg PW55 Portwest new

Our highly innovative PW55 has a safety retractable visor attached to the helmet. It comes equipped with a six-point self-sizing wheel ratchet suspension system featuring 2cm wide nylon straps and absorbent crown and brow pad. The shell is made with a durable injection-moulded high-density ABS material and is suitable to be worn in temperatures of -30 degrees

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Our highly innovative PW55 has a safety retractable visor attached to the helmet. It comes equipped with a six-point self-sizing wheel ratchet suspension system featuring 2cm wide nylon straps and absorbent crown and brow pad. The shell is made with a durable injection-moulded high-density ABS material and is suitable to be worn in temperatures of -30 degrees

Manufacturer: Portwest

Head Protection EN Standards

 

EN397: 1995 Industrial Safety Helmets

  • Shock absorption
  • Resistance to penetration
  • Resistance to flame
  • Chin strap anchorage

In accordance with EN397, the shelf life of helmets is 5 years after the date of manufacture. This date is embedded in the format of month/quarter and year on the crown of the helmet.

EN175: 1997 Welding Goggles and Helmets

This is the harmonised European standard for personal protective equipment (PPE) used to protect the operator's eyes and face against harmful optical radiation and other specific risks or hazards in usual welding, cutting or similar operations.

EN379: 2003

This is the harmonised European standard for automatic welding filters which switch their luminous transmittance to a lower predetermined value when an arc is ignited.