Certificates and Decelerations of Conformity
If you have ever wondered what thecertificates
that are mentioned in the product pages stands for, this article is for you. Use the section below to navigate to the certification and deceleration of conformity you are looking for.
Continue to read to learn more about the certifications and rigorous testing our protection products need to go through prior to be launched into the market and put to use by you.
In general, all helmets and protective gear must surpass tests to be certified through different bodies depending on both the intended use and the country the helmet is sold in. Our helmets are tested for safety through three main bodies:
The American Society of Testing Materials, International (ASTM)
The European Committee for Standardization (CE EN)
The CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission)
Depending on the product type different tests are run. Here are some examples of the tests a Sweet Protection product goes through before you can use it. Check out our about certifications page to see how the different tests are conducted.
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Volata 2Vi® Mips
Anything that might break your line, we’ve got it covered - relentlessly crafting the new Volata 2Vi® Mips Race Helmet with enhanced safety and comfort to stand up to gate impacts and the terrain. Meet the next generation race helmets – Volata 2Vi® Mips Race Helmet and Volata Carbon 2Vi® Mips Race Helmet.
The key factor in achieving optimal vision on the mountain is selecting the right lens and its lens technology. At Sweet Protection, we have created our own proprietary lens technology, known as RIG® Lens Technology, developed in Norway to deal with the most difficult light conditions. The technology focuses on providing superior contrast enhancing vision, minimum color distortion and reduced eye fatigue.