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Centurion Nexus Heightmaster Safety Helmet - White

Centurion Nexus Heightmaster Safety Helmet - White

Centurion

Multi award winning Nexus HeightMaster ABS Safety Helmet combines advanced industrial safety standards with modern recreational styling – including a replaceable 4-point adjustable EN 12492 Chinstrap for working at height and a HeightMaster Liner for improved impact and penetration protection.

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Centurion Nexus Heightmaster Safety Helmet - White

Multi award winning Nexus HeightMaster ABS Safety Helmet combines advanced industrial safety standards with modern recreational styling – including a replaceable 4-point adjustable EN 12492 Chinstrap for working at height and a HeightMaster Liner for improved impact and penetration protection.
• Nexus Liner provides extra shock and penetration protection according to EN 12492
• Colour coded chinstrap with EN 12492 standard printed for easy identification, easily replaceable for improved hygiene
• Chinstrap side adjusters for improved wearer fit and comfort
• Premium Dry-Tech sweatband as standard for maximum comfort
Approved to: EN 12492, ANSI/ISEA Z89.1-2014 Type 1 Class C, LT.
Conforms to the performance requirements of EN 50365.
Tested to the performance requirements of AS/NZS 1801:1997
Conforms to EN 397 in respect of shock absorption, penetration, LD and -40°C.

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Manufacturer Centurion Safety
Manufacturer Code S16EWFMR

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