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IM917 Visor Carrier

IM917 Visor Carrier

Scott

Interchange high heat helmet carrier manufactured to EN166 and EN1731. For use with Scott style 300, style 600 and Tuffmaster II safety helmets.

Code: 2015398

Scott

£18.75 Each (ex. VAT)

£22.50 inc. VAT
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IM917 Visor Carrier

The Interchange IM917 metal helmet mounted visor carrier is designed to fit the Scott Style 300, Style 600 and Tuffmaster II Safety Helmets and other helmets with a modern peak profile. The IM917 has a dual seal system (rubber/foam), which prevents dust and liquids from falling onto the inside of the visor, protecting the user from potential eye injuries. The IM917 visor carrier seals against the peak of the safety helmet by using a spring tensioner system and is designed so that it does not interfere with the use of helmet mounted ear defenders. Suitable for high heat applications. Low profile flip up design. Compatible with the IV900 visor range. CE approved to EN166 and EN1731.

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Manufacturer SCOTT
Manufacturer Code 2015398

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