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Centurion S12*SA Reflex Safety Helmet Green

Centurion S12*SA Reflex Safety Helmet Green

Centurion

The Reflex helmet has been designed with Safety and Comfort in mind. Terylene cradle and sweatband all as standard.

Code: 650315


Centurion

£9.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£11.99 inc. VAT
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Colour Green
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Centurion S12*SA Reflex Safety Helmet Green

The Reflex helmet has been designed with Safety and Comfort in mind. Terylene cradle and sweatband all as standard. Ventilation is provided as standard for an altogether cooler helmet - it can also be closed off with the use of a VentPlug (available from your local distributor) if not required, providing one helmet for both Winter & Summer. Wide front corporate badging area (rear and side printing also available). Centurion's new patented COMBI-SLOT enables the Reflex to be compatible with both the Centurion connect accessory range as well as any approved 30mm accessories for maximum flexibility. Suitable Applications: Construction, Power Plants, Logistics, Utilities, Nuclear Industry, County Councils, Oil & Gas Industries, Pharmaceutical.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Centurion
Manufacturer Code CENS12-GR

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