The Helmet Testing Equipment follows international industrial standards (such as FMVSS No. 218, British Standards Institution BS 6658, Snell M2000/ M2005, ECE 22.05, IS 4151 – 1993, 2745-1983, 2952-1984 & 9162-1980). These tests are designed to make sure that in the event of a crash, the helmet will remain intact, and will protect you in any worst situation. They are repeatable, measurable and include a fixed range of situations a helmet might reasonably encounter. At this point the concern of helmet testing does not include responses of the neck or body as they react with the head during a crash. A measurement of how a helmet reacts during an event to protect the wearer’s brain is to be implemented. We provide a setup for variety of tests to determine the helmet’s performance and ability to stay on the head in different environmental conditions such as ambient, wet, heat, cold. Depending on the application and the standard, the helmet must pass all or some of the following tests. TEST TYPES:-

  •       Impact Test
  •       Shock Absorption Penetration Resistance Tester
  •       Positional Stability (Roll-Off) Test
  •       Dynamic Retention Test
  •       Chin Bar Test
  •       Shell Penetration Test
  •       Face shield Penetration Test
  •       Flame Resistance Test
  •       Optical Occular Test
  •       Opening angle of visors meaurement
  •       Electrical Resistance Tester
  •       Audibility Test Apparatus
  •       Rigidity Tester