Trauma plates & bulletproof helmets
There are a number of factors that come into play when it comes to selecting the right bulletproof helmet and trauma plate. As a good starting point, it is important to decide for yourself what needs the safety equipment must cover. If you are going on a trip to a high-risk country, where the chance of encountering different types of weapons is great, then it is best for your own safety to use the most protective vest, plate and helmet. It is also important to get the right color. If you are on duty on a daily basis, it may be optimal to find a slightly lighter vest with soft armor in black, which can be tucked away under the jacket. If, on the other hand, you are going to use the vest as a soldier, it may be an advantage to choose a heavier vest that has a higher level of protection. Bulletproof helmets come in many different dimensions and colors. A bulletproof helmet should match the task you are embarking on. A highcut helmet has the advantage that it is cut around the ears. This cut has meant that you can now have your peltor hearing protection under the bulletproof helmet. Grejfreak.dk has focused on selecting the most durable and relevant solutions for you as a guard, policeman or soldier, so you can be properly dressed for any situation.
Adaptation of bulletproof helmet and trauma plate
The fragmentation vest with trauma plates protects depending on what level it is set up to. If you are in doubt about the different levels of protection, then it is a good idea to gather information about this or get expert advice from your dealer. Often and often you can find guidelines for the individual country in relation to the degree of protection the west and the trauma plate must now have. If you are on duty on a daily basis, it is an advantage to find out about the trauma plate's protection against stabs from knives and assault weapons. When you need to find a bulletproof vest, you need to be aware of the size you use in t-shirts or sweaters on a daily basis. The vest often matches one to one depending on the brand. Choose the vest based on whether it should be outside or inside under the outerwear. Most vests can be adjusted at the sides and it is therefore easy to adjust one's attire. The vest should not be too high or too low in relation to the protection of the essential organs. Some vests come with protection in the sides. Here it is important that the protection covers the entire side of the abdomen. The vest's velcro system must be able to reach around the abdomen, so there is still little to give in terms of adapting one's attire. Some vests regulate according to one's body temperature. Therefore, choose a vest that has heat-regulating technology, which means that if you freeze, it adds extra heat to you, and vice versa if it is hot. In general, the vest should feel flexible and adapted to one's body shape. The bulletproof helmet must match one's head shape. Choose a bulletproof helmet that does not sit too loose or too tight. A good rule of thumb is that it should be able to get a finger under the edge of the helmet from the forehead. An overly tight helmet can cause tightening around the head and cause headaches or concentration failure. A too loose helmet causes inconvenience in terms of movement. If you intend to have other headgear under the helmet, it is a good idea to try the helmet with this headgear on. Most bulletproof helmets are available with adjustable straps at the neck and at the chin.
How to store your safety gear
Safety equipment must be maintained and stored extremely carefully so that the equipment does not lose function. A trauma plate contains kevlar or aramid, and should as far as possible be kept free from shocks and other movements. If these materials are damaged, the trauma plate will lose its function in relation to stopping projectiles or other weapon objects. If the vest gets minor tears in the fabric, this can be sewn by hand. If the trauma plate is dropped from a height of one meter, it must be replaced with a guarantee. Bulletproof helmets also have a built-in Kevlar or aramid, which places the same demands on care. Parts of the helmet fabric can be sewn, but major damage must be repaired or replaced. The safety equipment should be stored in a locked weapon cabinet or box so that it is only accessible to the user.
Find your bulletproof helmet and trauma plate online
Grejfreak.dk is in itself an online webshop, with a large selection of a wide range of different brands. At GrejFreak.dk you can find a large selection of bulletproof helmets, trauma plates and various clothing items. GrejFreak.dk attaches incredible importance to quality and strives to be able to offer a wide range of safety equipment. We also have a wide selection of clothing, so you are properly dressed if the situation gets aggravated. Grejfreak.dk has day-to-day delivery on all stock items, which means that you can get your item relatively quickly and very accurately. At Grejfreak.dk we have a price guarantee, which means that we are among the cheapest on the market. If you find some safety gear that is cheaper at another dealer in Denmark, we will price match it and give you an additional 15% on the difference. If you have any questions, we can be reached by email or phone. At Gunnar Clausens Vej 58, 8260 Viby J, we have a large showroom, where you have the opportunity to come and try out the individual equipment. It will also be possible to get guidance from our employees and you can be sure to go from Grejfreak.dk with a product that exactly matches your needs. Grejfreak.dk wishes you a really good pleasure with your new gear.