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Petzl PICCHU Children's climbing and cycling helmet

The PICCHU children's helmet is designed for rock climbing and cycling. It is very light and comfortable and constructed for durability. A sheet of retro-reflective stickers allows the helmet to be personalized while enhancing visibility.

£50.00
(inc. VAT)

Edelrid Ultralight Helmet Adult

Edelrid classic helmet. Its sturdy construction makes it ideal for institutional use at adventure parks or climbing centres.

£53.14
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Petzl Boreo Helmet For Climbing And Mountaineering

Durable and very versatile with reinforced protection, the Petzl Boreo helmet is suitable for climbing, mountaineering, caving, via ferrata, and canyoning.

£202.86
(inc. VAT)

Small/Medium Only available in Orange

Medium/Large Only available in White

Petzl Boreo Club Helmet - Pack of four

Petzl Boreo Club a pack of four durable and versatile climbing and mountaineering helmets with reinforced protection, for groups and clubs.

£202.86
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Petzl Boreo Club Helmet S/M - Pack of four

Petzl Boreo Club a pack of four durable and versatile climbing and mountaineering helmets with reinforced protection, for groups and clubs.

£227.02
(inc. VAT)

Petzl Panga group helmets - Pack of 4

The Petzl panga helmet is a one size helmet designed for use in groups and clubs. These helmets are supplied in packs of 4

The choice of helmet will depend on the type of work being undertaken and the environment in which it will be used. An EN397 weaker chinstrap may be more appropriate in places where there is a risk of snagging and thus a chocking hazard (such as in a confined space).

Similarly, where it is important to ensure the helmet does not come off during a fall, such as, when there may be multiple impacts in a fall, the stronger EN12492 may be deemed most appropriate.

For rope access, as noted in the IRATA ICOP 2.7.12, 'Users should check carefully the performance of industrial helmets conforming to European Standard EN397 as they might not have the all the performance requirements for the safety of rope access technicians, e.g. front, side and rear energy absorption capacity (not specified in EN397); appropriate chinstrap and fastening arrangement; low temperature use and ventilation (optional in EN397).

Helmets utilizing expanded polystyrene shells (common in helmets conforming to European Standard EN12492) are unlikely to withstand the rigours of industrial use and, therefore, are generally not recommended'.

 

A guide to the Conformity Standards:

EN397Industrial safety helmets
EN12492Mountaineering equipment. Helmets for mountaineers. Safety requirements and test methods
EN50365Electrically insulating helmets for use on low voltage installations
ANSI Z87.1American National Standards Institute - Occupational and Educational Personal Eye and Face Protection Devices
ANSI Z89.1 (class C)American National Standards Institute - Industrial Head Protection - Class C (Conductive) provide no electrical protection
ANSI Z89.1 (class E)American National Standards Institute - Industrial Head Protection - Class E (Electrical) are tested to withstand 20,000 volts
UIAA 106International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation - Helmets

*Please note some helmets conform only in part to certain standards.  Certifications for each helmet are indicated in the Manufacturer's Instructions / Instructions for Use. There is currently no specific European helmet standard for work at height.

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