ProGARM 2660 Class 1 Arc Flash Safety Helmet


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Product Description

Class 1 Arc Flash Helmet certified to protect against the Thermal Hazards of an Electric Arc and manufactured using Modified High Impact Polyamide. Designed to protect the head against injuries caused by falling objects, electric shock by preventing shock current flow through the head and is also approved with the faceshield for short circuit arc welding and protection against molten metal splashes. Developed as the results of market research for live working with electrical connections, the faceshield also includes unique protection for the chin not found on other Arc Flash helmets.


  • Stroke absorption after conditioning in temperatures of (-30°C) and (0°C)
  • Resistance to penetration after conditioning in temperatures of (-30°C) and (+50°C)
  • Live working symbol (Two Triangles)
  • Working temperature range: -30°C to +50°C
  • Wheel ratchet adjustment
  • Adjustable head circumference from 53-63cm
  • Two level height adjustment feature
  • Short peak
  • 4 point webbing harness
  • Accessory slot for ear defenders
  • Electrical insulation (Class 0) 1000V AC, 1500V DC
  • Resistance to Molten Metal Splash (MM)
  • Resistance to Lateral Deformations (LD)
  • Size: One Size
  • Colour: White
  • Gender: Unisex
  • Open ARC Test: Not Applicable
  • Box Test: 4KA // Class 1
  • LOI: Not Applicable
  • Protection Type: Antistatic // ARC Flash
  • Fabric: Not Applicable
  • Industry Sector: Industrial Electrical // Petrochemical // Rail // Utilities & Power Generation
  • Type: Accessories // Helmets
  • Collection: Accessories Collection // Head Protection Collection
  • EN Standard: EN 166 // GS-ET 29
  • EN 166:2001
  • EN 397:2012 +A1:2012
  • EN 50365:2002
  • GS-ET 29:2010

Please note that Arc Flash helmets should be disposed of after their expiry date. The expiry date is stamped on the helmet and it applies to all its elements (shell, visor, harness, strap etc).

Arc Flash helmets have an expiry date because exposure to UV radiation, temperature, humidity etc will degrade the integrity and protection that the helmet provides over time. The life of the helmet is determined by prescribed testing from the Notified Body and following that testing the item is then issued with a conformity assessment and certificate.



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