Founded in 2004, KASK, is a relatively young company.
Thanks to a talented team of expert engineers and partnerships with some of the top leading factories in the market, we have gone through a tremendous growth period in a short time. Marked with success, giving way to the foundation of two additional subsidiaries; one located in the United States and the other in Australia.
More and more companies are choosing KASK, whose helmets are at the forefront of the cycling, ski, mountaineering and equestrian. As well as work safety and search and rescue industries.
Our mission is to maintain a constant evolution of high quality products. Also keeping a perfect balance between technological excellence, functionality, safety, and attractive design in their products.
Constantly reaching new markets, KASK is today among the most important brands in the professional and sporting world. This is by maintaining high safety standards to ensure top quality helmets that offers the best protection for the user. Distributed in more than 60 countries, Kask safety helmets are today a benchmark for professionals in many work sectors such as the arboreal, industrial as well as emergency and rescue markets.
All KASK products are 100% made in Italy and are also passed through the most rigorous safety and quality tests of the KASK’s distinctive Comfort Safety and Design, internationally recognized in 2016 as winner of the “ iF Design Award “ and the “Red Dot Award.”
UV-filter, recognition of signal lights
Optical class: 1
Luminous transmittance NA: 88 %
Colour rendering index > 95 %
Protection against splashes of liquids: 3
Protection against high-speed particles:
medium energy impact: (B)
Field of application
The Arc Flash Visor 1 together with a Zenith helmet (according to EN 50365 or EN 397) permits the user to work at live parts or in the vicinity of live parts.
Because of its high arc protection level against thermal hazards the Arc Flash 1 visor can be used at electrical installations with higher short-circuit energy (up to WLBP = 168 kJ according to risk assessment pursuant German BGI/GUV-I 5188).
Arc Protection Classification
GS-ET-29: Class 1