V-Gard® Frames

The standard slotted frame works ideally with any MSA slotted  helmet. The universal frame featuring a heavy-duty, flat, rubber strap can be used with slotted and non-slotted MSA helmets.  With the unique sloped frame design material slides off the frame and out of site. The optional debris control creates a tight seal between helmet and frame. The elevated temperature versions withstand temps up to 350ºF (176ºC).

Part Number
Description
10115730
10115730

10115822
10115822

10116552
10116552

10116627
10116627

10116628
10116628

10117781
10117781

10121266
10121266

10121267
10121267

10121268
10121268

10124426
10124426

10158800
10158800

10158821
10158821

  • Unique 3-point visor loading to fit and remove visors quickly
  • Sloped design allows material to easily slide off the frame
  • Works with or without ear muffs
  • Perfect Compatibility with many half-mask respirators and more
  • Various visor versions to suit all applications
  • Non-metal construction for use in electrical applications
  • Replaceable, optional debris control creates tight seal between frame and helmet
  • Universal= Heavy-duty, flat, rubber strap for easy and secure placement on MSA slotted and non-slotted  helmets
  • ET frames are tested to temperatures of 350˚F (176.7˚C), reducing warping, cracking or crazing.
Markets: Contractor, Industrial, Mining, Oil & Gas, Utilities
Applications: Welding, Sanding & Grinding, Painting, Confined Space, Food Processes, Asbestos Abatement

  • ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010
  • CSA Z94
  • EN 166
  • AS/NZS 1337.1:2010

 

EN166 389 BT / EN1731-F =

EN166 marking explanation
“B” High speed particles with medium energy impact (120 m/s)
“T” Additional resistance at extreme temperatures (–5 and +55 °C)
“3” Liquid droplets and splash
“8” Electric arc resistance 
“9” Non-adherence of molten metal and resistance to penetration of hot solids