$207.65

Phenix First Due Technical Rescue/Search and Rescue

$207.65
SKU: 1500SAR//Out of Stock

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First Due Technical Rescue Helmet

Designed around the legendary First Due, the Phenix First Due Technical Rescue/Search and Rescue (SAR) helmet's lightweight and shaved off rear brim allows for a low profile and small footprint provides increased comfort without compromising safety.

While primarily designed for rescue applications it is a dual purpose helmet that meets current NFPA standards 1971 and 1951 when ordered with the proper components. 

Specifications:
  • High temperature thermoplastic shell
  • Closed cell energy impact cap
  • Brim trim added to reduced rear brim
  • Exclusive Phenix suspension liner (nape strap or ratchet) fully adjustable from 6 1/2" to 7 3/4".
    If necessary, extra small and extra large liners available upon request.
  • Nomex® Quick Release Chinstrap with a Postman's slide
  • Four 3M lime-yellow reflective 1"x4" strips
  • Standard colors: Red, white, blue, orange, yellow, and black
  • Compliant to current OSHA standards
Note: This helmet DOES NOT provide eye/face or ear/neck protection and is used mainly for Search and Rescue applications

*Will meet NFPA 1971 and 1951 standards if ordered with required compliant components
 

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Q&A's:

"What NFPA ratings does this meet? NFPA 1951-2013: Standard for Technical Rescue Incidents (USAR)? NFPA 1971-2013: Standard for Structural and Proximity Fire Fighting?"

The answer to your question is this helmet doesn't meet any NFPA standards. The following is copied off of their web site; -High temperature thermo plastic shell with rear brim shortened and brim trim -Four 3M lime-yellow reflective 1" x 4" strips -Closed cell energy impact cap -Exclusive Phenix suspension liner (nape strap or ratchet) -Nomex webbing chinstrap (postman's slide, quick release, or combination) -Screw knob attachment kit -Compliant to current CAL and US OSHA standards This helmet DOES NOT provide eye/face or ear/neck protection and is used mainly for Search and Rescue applications.