Shanghai Sunland Industrial Co., Ltd is the top manufacturer of Personal Protect Equipment in China, with 20 years’experience. We are the Chinese government appointed manufacturer for government power,personal protection equipment , medical instruments,construction industry, etc. All the products get the CE, ANSI and related Industry Certificates. All our safety helmets use the top-quality raw material without any recycling material.
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Safety, always involves compromises. A ,helmet, that could protect completely against every impact might be huge. A strong strap that keeps the ,helmet, in ,place, in a crash may strangle a child catching that ,helmet, in the monkeybars on a playground. ,Helmets, are designed to keep expected impacts within the range of human brain tolerance.
Former England opening batsmen, Craig Kieswetter, was struck near the eye socket. The ball travelled through the gap between the peak and grille of his cricket ,helmet,, something that has been addressed by the new ,safety, regulations. Kieswetter, Broad, Shehzad, McClenaghan, Rossouw, Miller, Samuels, Pollard… all high profile players who have recently suffered serious facial […]
So where do we stand with applying stickers to ,safety helmets,? Contrary to some of the opinions offered on the internet and the practical side of why you might want to add stickers to your ,helmet, (yes we are aware of that stickers are recommended by various organisations as a way to identify suitably trained personnel, such as first aiders, forklift drivers etc *1), and there are some who have ...
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, spread the ,helmet's, weight and the force of any impact over the top of the head.
The ,helmet, is adjusted using the HPI and then a 5 kilogram (10.x pound) cloth bag filled with lead shot is ,placed, on it to compress any fitting foam inside. A marker on a stand is adjusted to the right level, using a measurement from a table in the standard that varies by ,helmet, size.
How to wear a bicycle ,helmet,. Put the ,helmet, on so that it is not tilting backward or forward. Then check the following: Two fingers distance from ,helmet, to eyebrow. V-shape straps around each ear. One finger between chin and fastened strap. Shake your head up and down, and side to side. Your ,helmet, should stay in ,place, and feel comfortably snug.
Getting the right ,helmet, fit is imperative to your ,safety,. Wearing a poorly fitted ,helmet, is almost just as bad as not wearing one at all. A good fitting ,helmet, worn properly will not only help to protect you in the event of a crash but also looks good. There are a few things to know when buying a ,helmet, …
Once those standards are in ,place,, an independent testing laboratory called the ,Safety, Equipment Institute (SEI) ensures that manufacturers design ,helmets, that are up to par. ASTM/SEI certification is required by many equestrian associations, such as the United States Pony Club and the United States Equestrian Federation.
New ,safety, mark for bike lids on the way.. A bike ,helmet, is the most important bit of ,safety, kit a rider has – it’s also the only one which needs to be worn by law. And now, the organisation behind ,safety, regulations for ,helmets, is updating its rules to keep riders even safer.
The ratchet wheel enables the hat band to be tightened after the ,helmet, has been ,placed, on the user’s head and locks the hard hat in ,place,, removing the need for a chin strap in all scenarios apart from those with a high probability of a significant impact occurring.