HDPE Safety Helmets with High Tensile Strength
HDPE safety helmets, also known as high density polyethylene safety helmets, are also thermoplastic products known for its larger tensile strength than ABS safety helmets. It is widely used in agriculture, construction, electric utility, sand blasting, welding, chemical, mining, nuclear and oil refining industries, etc.
- Tough injection-moulded high density polyethylene ensure excellent head safety.
- Four, six or eight point suspension system cushions the impacts.
- Quality sweatband with foam cushion makes it always comfortable.
- Side slots are available to fasten neck and face shield as well as ear protector.
- Optional gradual reduced, medium or full brim to provide different degrees of face protection.
- Excellent ventilation system ensures superb air circulation to keep heads cool.
- With rain gutter ensure that the rain water will not wet your face and neck.
- Three main locking systems include ratchet type, buckle type and press types.
- Compliant with ANSI Z89 1-2003, CE EN 397, GB 2881-1989 or other custom standards.
HDPE safety helmets can be moulded into various types with different ribs, brims, slots, vents. In addition to above styles, custom types are also available to suit your specific scheme.
HDPE-1 Special rib & side slot
HDPE-2 V-guard & side slot
HDPE-3 V-guard & six vents
HDPE-6 With over face shield
HDPE-7 With ear protector
Three locking systems of safety helmets
- Color: white, yellow, orange, blue, light blue, red, black and gray, etc.
- Peak: 20mm to 50mm.
- Size: 51cm to 64cm
- Shell: quality high density polyethylene shell.
- Cradle: 4, 6 or 8 point terylene webbing.
- Headband: low density polyethylene headband.
- Sweatband: comfortable hydro-flock sweatband.
- Goggles / shield: moulded thermoplasticity with anti-scratch and anti-mist coating.
- Recommended to be transported and stored with their original package in dark environments at ambient temperature ranging form 0°C to 30°C.
- Not recommended to be stored at a high temperature or in the sunlight directly which may cause the distortion of the shell.
- Using warm soapy water and soft cloth to clean HDPE safety helmets.
- Not recommended to use solvent and abrasive to clean safety helmets.