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What is the real use of bulletproof helmets?

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What is the real use of bulletproof helmets?

Unlike many people think that bulletproof helmets do not actually prevent the penetration of bullets. So why do soldiers and police need to wear ballistic helmets when performing official duties? What is the real purpose of a bulletproof helmet?

 

What role does the bulletproof helmet play?

Different levels of bulletproof helmets

Why is a bulletproof helmet important?

 

What role does the bulletproof helmet play?


Take the bulletproof helmet as an example to prevent any indirect fire and shatter, such as a PASGT helmet or rifle, such as the Armorsource AS-600. Currently, Security Pro offers several bullet-proof helmets that have been rated by the National Institute of Justice to stop firing shots of .44 bottles. Some of these helmets include the above helmets, the SecPro Special Operations ARCH ballistic helmet and the SecPro MICH ACH Advanced Combat bullet-proof helmet. Considering the power and energy carried by the .44 bottle, this is a very impressive feat.

 

As we all know, the current helmet model reflects the design of an advanced bullet-proof helmet, thus interrupting the battle of the AK-47. Ask Tom Alberts, a member of the Iowa National Guard. Alberts literally proved that bulletproof helmets are effective. AK-47 hit the Alberts, the bulletproof helmet stopped and merged to save lives. In other words, the helmet has been designed and tested to stop shooting with small arms, including rifle shooting. Therefore, workers can wear bulletproof helmets to ensure the safety of bulletproof vests with rifle plates. Helmets and body protection are similar.

 

According to statistics, 75% of the casualties of soldiers on the battlefield are caused by fragments of shells, grenades, mines and bombs. The speed of these fragments is only l/2 of the speed of the bullets. The bulletproof helmet is protective. The bulletproof helmet in battle is equipped with a camouflage cover, which can better integrate into the environment, camouflage soldiers and protect soldiers. Modern soldiers need to be equipped with a lot of tactical equipment in the battle, such as flashlights, night vision devices, etc., bulletproof helmets provide a good carrier for these tools.

 

Different levels of bulletproof helmets


Modern bulletproof helmets offer varying degrees of protection. These levels are usually tested according to the National Institute of Justice. NIJ will rate ballistic protection against trajectories that have been proven to stop in rigorous testing. Class III and IV will stop common rifle shooting. Levels I through IIIA are set to stop the level of various pistol shots, and level IIIA has stopped the pistol shot including the 0.44 magnum. Although other ammunition is not always tested, it can be assumed that the bulletproof helmet will stop the .44 magnum bomb and also prevent attacks by .25 cars or other lessor ammunition.

 

Why is a bulletproof helmet important?


The helmet was invented by the French general during the First World War. A French soldier in duty in the kitchen used a wok in the battle to protect his head from falling into shrapnel, stones and branches. After the battle, although he was injured, his head was intact and he became the only survivor on this position. After his experience was learned by the French general Adrian, he asked the engineers to design a military helmet.

 

In addition to blocking bullets, there are other reasons for wearing bullet-proof helmets. The bulletproof helmet prevents impact. This is not a serious problem for most soldiers and soldiers deployed overseas. This is very important for law enforcement and security personnel. The police and security forces encounter impact guns, throwing projectiles at the same risk as other head impacts, or more likely to encounter a gunshot. The safety and safety of a bulletproof helmet is also crucial.

 

Today's bulletproof helmets are an important part of modern safety. They are not only used for military purposes. Bulletproof helmets are suitable for all organizations that require collision resistance and have bulletproof protection. For example, bulletproof helmets must be equipped with special forces and patrols that can respond to patrols and shooters.

 

In the past, common arguments against ballistic helmets included weight and comfort. The modern helmet has a very advanced suspension system that not only allows the helmet to be worn all day, but is also part of the anti-collision kit, helping to minimize the force of contact with the head. Another common view is that bulletproof helmets can damage the surrounding field of view, adversely affecting the surrounding noise perception. Both of these ideas have been thoroughly exposed. A properly installed helmet will not affect your vision at all and will allow normal hearing. Many ballistic helmets are also designed to allow hearing protection, such as electronic earmuffs. These can actually improve security by amplifying speech and other normal noise, while also eliminating high-decibel noise (such as gunshots).

 

Bulletproof helmets provide better head protection. If you need a bulletproof vest to work, you also need to buy a bulletproof helmet. If you are looking for cheap and high-quality bulletproof helmets that have passed rigorous testing, Shandong Huilda Trading Co., Ltd. will provide you with the best products.

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