PW Head PPE Range

PA91

547

EN 397: 2012 Industrial Safety Helmets

PW55

542

Safety Helmets The rapidly expanding Portwest head protection range aims to benefit our customers by combining the most up-to-date styles with the highest standards in head protection, irrespective of job or location. A wide selection of compatible accessories is also available. A full explanation of features and performances are given in order to help you make a more informed choice.

Mandatory tests: • Impact* : Energy spread to the head form must not exceed 5 kN after the fall of an object of 5 kg at 1m high. • Penetration* : The tip of the test mass used (3 kg from 1m height) must not come into contact with the skull. • Flammability : The helmet is exposed to a flame and it must not burn with flame emission more than 5 seconds after removal of the flame. * Impact and penetration tests are performed at room temperature, at +50 °C and at -10°C. Optional tests: • Resistance at extreme temperatures: testing impact and penetration are performed at +150 °C, at -20°C or -30 °C temperatures. • Electrical properties: Protects against a short accidental contact withelectricleadsundervoltageupto440Vac. • Lateral deformation: Protects against lateral compression. The maximum deformation of the helmet should be ≤40 mm (LD). • Molten metal splashes: The helmet is not deformed or penetrated by splashes of molten metal (MM). EN 50365: 2002 Insulating helmets for use on low voltage installations This standard is for helmets used for working live or close to live parts on installations not exceeding 1000 V a.c. or 1500 V d.c. Testing to EN50365 exceeds testing under EN397 for electrical properties. Marking: double triangle + class +batch number.

Choose the Right Accessories for your Helmet

T400 23

Chin strap 2 points

Chin strap 4 points

Clip on ear muff

Sweat band Visor holder

Helmet Style Code

PV50/PV54 PV60/PV64

PW53

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PA46

PS58

PW47/PS47

PW54/PS54 PW55/PS55 PG54/PC55

PW53

PA48

PA45/PA55

PS58

PW47/PS47

PS53

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PA49

PA45/PA55

PS58

PW47/PS47

PW97

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PS58

PW47/PS47

PW51

PW53

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PW58

PW42/PS42

PW50/PW57

PW53

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PW58

PW42/PS42

ANSI/ISEA Z89.1: 2014 American National Standard for Industrial Head Protection

PS52

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TYPE I - Hard hats are designed only to withstand top impacts. TYPE II - Hard hats designed to withstand impacts from the top and the side. Class C - Conductive Helmet = the hard hat will not protect the wearer from electrical hazards. Class G - General Helmet = helmet can withstand an electrical current up to 2,200 volts. Class E - Electrical Helmet = helmet that providing the highest level of electrical protection, withstanding currents up to 20,000 volts.

PS50

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PW58

PW47/PS47

PS51

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PS58

PW47/PS47

539

All our helmets have a shelf life of 7 years frommanufacturing date

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