Shanghai Sunland Industrial Co., Ltd is the top manufacturer of Personal Protect Equipment in China, with 20 years’experience. We are the Chinese government appointed manufacturer for government power,personal protection equipment , medical instruments,construction industry, etc. All the products get the CE, ANSI and related Industry Certificates. All our safety helmets use the top-quality raw material without any recycling material.
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So it’s important to know the ,date, of manufacturer. Australian-approved (AS/NZS 1698) ,helmets, are supposed to have the ,date, of ,manufacture, sewn into the ,helmet, liner. However, not all Australian-approved ,helmets, include the ,production date,, including some major brands, according to NSW Motorcycle Council ,helmet, expert Guy Sanford.
Top 5 ,Cold, Weather Motorcycle ,Helmets, Shoei X-11 Motorcycle ,Helmet,. There are few ,helmets, in the past few years that have generated as much interest as has the introduction of the Shoei X-14 ,Helmet,, and for good reason.
helmets, ''expire'' 7 years from manufacturer ,date, or from 3-5 years of use. This is blindly parroted over this sub, quoting a ,helmet, company, who has a conflict of interest on this subject. The same company provides zero data or evidence ,helmets, degrade in safety over time.
No they don't: hard hats, or safety ,helmets,, must be replaced if damaged, no matter how new or old they are, and they also have a 'notional' use by ,date, and/or working life. Section 3 of Australian Standard AS/NZ 1800:1998 Occupational Protective ,Helmets, - Selection, care and use provides advice on the "Care and Maintenance of Occupational Protective ,Helmets,".
TLDR; Always check your helmet manufacture date when you purchase one or you could get an 8 year old helmet that's falling apart and a shop who swears it's completely safe for use. EDIT: to check the manufactured date look at the tags inside the helmet. Mine for …
To find out the year of ,manufacture,, refer to this detailed serial number in the following manner: Example for recent PPE: 09 365 AB 1 234. 09 corresponds to the year of ,manufacture,; 365 corresponds to the day of ,manufacture, in that year; AB is the code of the person who inspected the product; 1234 is the individual product number
A friend says that the 5 years starts when the helmet comes out of a climate-controlled environment. So if in September ’10, you buy a helmet manufactured July ’10, and you keep that helmet in a closet in your air conditioned home until July ’12, you continue wearing it until July ’17. What do you think about this?
Riders will generally replace their helmets every three to five years, while some manufacturers will recommend that you replace your helmet roughly seven years after its production date. You can usually find the production date on a sticker underneath a section of the comfort liner. Your motorcycle helmet is your most important piece of safety gear.