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• HD polyethylene shell, available in six colors • Operational
temperature range: -20–+50°C • Protection against accidental
contact with 440 Vac electric cables • Adjustable, 6-point
inner harness (53-62cm) • Moisture-absorbing, spongy
sweatband • Optional fittings: ear muffs (Earline, Peltor), face
shields (60710, 60720), winter lining (65160), 2-point (65150)
or 4-point chin strap (65154) •
65210-215:
Ecoline
®
version
• Packaging: 20 pcs • Weight: 350g
EU standard: EN397
Available colors:
65200
white •
65201
blue •
65202
green
65203
yellow •
65204
orange •
65205
red
GP3000 SAFETY HELMET
65200-205
The two fundamental safety standards regarding safety helmets are EN 397 (for industrial grade safety helmets protecting
against falling objects) and EN 812 (safety standards for bump caps). To meet these standards, the production date (year/
quarter) is printed on the shield of the helmets. This is important for calculating the product’s projected service life, which,
for pieces made of high strength HD polyethylene and ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is usually 3 years or 7,000 work
hours, assuming proper use and storage.
The typical service life for safety helmets depends on several factors, including ambient temperature, frequency of use, the
intensity of mechanical stress, physical and chemical damage or UV radiation of the sun. Headgear that has been subjected
to heavy impact must be replaced even if no damage is apparent.
Fundamental requirements listed in safety standard EN 397 regarding industrial grade safety helmets
- Protection against head bump
- Protection against falling objects with an impact force of up to 5 kN
- Protection against penetration and puncture
Standard EN 397 also allows for the following supplementary requirements for safety helmets:
-20 °C
The helmet meets the fundamental requirements in temperatures no lower than -20°C
-30 °C
The helmet meets the fundamental requirements in temperatures no lower than -30°C
+150 °C
The helmet meets the fundamental requirements in temperatures up to 150°C
440 Vac
Protection for accidental touching of 440 Vac electric cables
1000 V
Protection against accidental contact with 1000 Vac electric cables
LD
Protection against heavy lateral load
MM
Protection against spilling molten metal
Requirements listed in safety standard EN 166 regarding -among others - face protection gear
- Mechanical toughness: the same as for safety glasses (S, F, B and A)
- Optical classification of the visor: the same as for protective glasses (1, 2 and 3)
- Other features: protection against spilling (3), electric arc (8), drops of molten metal (9)
Requirements listed in safety standard EN 1731 regarding mesh face shields
- Mechanical toughness: the same as for safety glasses (S, F, B and A)
- Other features: protection against radiating heat (G according to the previous standard)
Major standards regarding head and face protection gear
EN 166
Personal eye and face protection devices
EN 397
Industrial grade safety helmets
EN 443
Safety helmets for firefighting
EN 812
Industrial grade bump caps
EN 1731
Mesh eye and face shields
EN 12492
Mountaineering helmets
EN 12941
Breathing protection device with helmet or hood
EN 14052
Heavy protection industrial grade safety helmets
EN 14458
Eye and face shields used with a safety helmet,
for use by firefighters, ambulance and
emergency response personnel
EN 50365
Electrically insulating safety helmets, for use
in low voltage (up to 1000 V) environments
65200
EARLINE
®
• SAFETY HELMETS
65201
65202
65203
65204
65205
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