Super Plasma PL Climbing Helmet White Product# SS-AHE00005.201-H1
Super Plasma PL Climbing Helmet Orange Product# SS-AHE00005.203-H1
Super Plasma PL Climbing Helmet Blue Product# SS-AHE00005.208-H1
Super Plasma PL Climbing Helmet Black Product# SS-AHE00005.210-H1
General Product Features
This helmet kit is supplied with the following components
- KK-WAC00003 Euro Slot Adaptor Kit.
- HB-42002-001 Secure 2 Ear Defenders (29snr)
- HB-20901-510 SAFE 2 FLEX Low peak carrier
- HB-20923-001 Steel Wire Mesh Visor
RING TO HOOK:
UP & DOWN:
EAR DEFENDER FITTING:
Manufacturer STEIN / KASK
GTIN / EAN13 5060483283753
Helmet Standard EN12492
Reflective Stickers No
Head Size cm 51 – 62
Weight (g) 845
Temperature Range -20°C / +35°C
Removeable Inner Lining No
UK Stocked Colours Standard Stocked Colours
Ensure that you:
Check your helmet regularly for damage
Do not use text pens on your helmet
Do not leave your helmet on your car dash or out in the sun
EXTERNAL SHELL: P.P. Polypropylene
INTERNAL SHELL: HD Polystyrene
HEADBAND: Soft PA Nylon
STANDARD: EN 12492
PPE CATEGORY: II
TEMPERATURE: -20°C / +35°C
The PLASMA is supplied with a 3 year guarantee starting from the date of purchase (Terms & Conditions apply)
10 years starting from the production date (production date is printed on a label contained on the inside of the helmet). Inspect the helmet regularly to check for any damage! Cuts, abrasions, deformation or changes in colour. Retire the helmet if any of these conditions are present.
Only clean the helmet with water, neutral pH soap and a soft, clean cloth. The inner lining should be washed by hand in cold water or in the washing machine (max 30°C – 85°F). Do not use chemical detergent or solvent.
When not in use the helmet should be stored away from direct sunlight or source of heat. Protect the helmet by storing in a bag.
Do not apply adhesives, solvents, stickers or paint that do not comply with the manufacturer’s specifications. Any alteration or intervention not provided for may impair its protective function.
Hi-visability colours will inevitably fade during their lifetime. This fading/discolouration does not imply any decline in the performance of the shell