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S54V Face Screen Carrier for Vision Helmet

S54V Face Screen Carrier for Vision Helmet

Centurion

The Centurion Connect S54 screen carrier allows attachment of any of the General Purpose Connect Face Screens to the Centurion 1125 and 1100 style safety helmets. The carrier has a flip up facility, so that the screen can be pushed up out of the line of site when not in use. The carrier can also be used in conjunction with the Centurion Chin Guard Screens and Chin Guard, to give added protection to the lower face and neck. Approved to EN166.

Code: S54V

Centurion

£10.69 Each (ex. VAT)

£12.83 inc. VAT
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S54V Face Screen Carrier for Vision Helmet

The Centurion Connect S54 screen carrier allows attachment of any of the General Purpose Connect Face Screens to the Centurion 1125 and 1100 style safety helmets. The carrier has a flip up facility, so that the screen can be pushed up out of the line of site when not in use. The carrier can also be used in conjunction with the Centurion Chin Guard Screens and Chin Guard, to give added protection to the lower face and neck. Approved to EN166.

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