Firefighting helmets

Safety and comfort for every operation

The HEROS firefighting helmet system is already in use hundreds of thousands of times the world over; it provides the best protection for emergency personnel. With the HEROS-titan, Rosenbauer sets a new standard for maximum safety in firefighting operations. The product range of firefighting helmets includes other different models: the HEROS-smart with 3/4 shell, certified according to EN 443:2008. The HEROS-matrix helmet, developed specially for forest fire operations and rescue operations.

Impresses with

  • Highest protection class
  • Optimal wearing comfort
  • Optimal fit

HEROS-titan

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Certified according to EN 443:2008

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HEROS-matrix

Fire helmet for forest & technical operations - Rosenbauer

For forest fires and rescue operations

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HEROS-smart

Fire helmet technical operation & fire - Rosenbauer

For fires and technical operations

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The HEROS helmet system. A sophisticated concept.

The HEROS helmet system. A sophisticated concept.

Size adjustment from outside
Firefighter helmet with adjustment for size - Rosenbauer
The HEROS helmet system.
Firefighter helmet series - Rosenbauer

Comfortable size adjustment from the outside

  • Comfortable head width adjustment mechanism (51 - 65 cm) from the outside
  • Easy adjustment with fire fighting gloves is also possible
  • The fit of the helmet can be adjusted at any time to the operational situation

Maximum service life

  • HEROS helmets have maximum durability - no expiration date
  • Outstanding durability
  • Please note: every helmet, including internal equipment and accessories, must be inspected before and after use for possible damage

Unique glass fiber reinforced plastic helmet shell

  • Unique helmet shell made of glass fiber reinforced plastic composite material
  • For extremely high temperatures
  • Highest resistance and impact resistance
  • Tested for indoor fire attacks and fire containers

Features

Features

HEROS-titan, HEROS-smart und HEROS-matrix helmets are characterized by a number of functions. An overview of all features:


Performance characteristicsHEROS-titanHEROS-smartHEROS-matrix
EN 443:2008YesYes-
EN 16471, EN 16473YesYesYes
Helmet typeType B/3b
(full shell)
Type A/3b
(3/4 shell)
Type A/3b
(3/4 shell)
Size adjustment from the outsideYesYesYes
Size49 - 6751 - 6551 - 65
Face shield per EN 14458YesYesoptional
Protective goggles per EN 14458optionaloptionaloptional
Neck protectionYesoptionaloptional
Edge protectionYesoptional-
Helmet stripesoptionaloptionaloptional
Helmet crestsoptionaloptionaloptional
Integrated lamp holderYesYesYes
Lamp holder as accessoryoptionaloptionaloptional
Integrated thermal imaging cameraoptional--
Integrated mask adapteroptional--
Helmet radiooptionaloptionaloptional
Leather casingoptionaloptional-
Comfort padding chinstrapYesoptionaloptional

 

 

 

HEROS-titan and HEROS-xtreme: full shell
Fire helmets with full shell - Rosenbauer
HEROS-smart: 3/4 shell
3/4 shell fire helmets - Rosenbauer

HEROS helmets: Optimal wearing comfort and perfect fit

HEROS helmets: Optimal wearing comfort and perfect fit

  • Ergonomic inside design
  • Optimized headband
  • Trapezoidal chinstrap for a secure hold and optimized fit
  • Easy size adjustment mechanism on the outside
  • Fatigue-free wearing
  • Distinctive comfort padding against pressure points
  • Optimal weight distribution

Standard tests

Standard tests

Flame engulfment
Flame engulfment
Shock-absorption test
Shock-absorption test

The Rosenbauer helmets HEROS-titan and HEROS-smart are inspected and tested according to the strictest EN 443:2008 guidelines:

  • Heat radiation test
    Eight minutes radiant heat at 14 kW/m2 (equals approx. 300 °C helmet temperature)
  • Flame ingulfment
    After 10 seconds of full flame impingement at 1,000 °C, the protection function is fully intact. The helmet does not exhibit any structural damage and the internal equipment is undamaged. Neither afterflame nor afterglow occur (> 5 seconds) and the test head temperature amounts to only approx. 35 °C.
  • Shock-absorption test
    A ball with a weight of 5 kg strikes the helmet from a height of 2.5 m (under heat conditions of approx. 300 °C)
  • Penetration resistance test
    A pointy object with a weight of 1 kg strikes the helmet from a height of 2 m (under heat conditions of approx. 300 °C)

 

 

Traditional helmets

Traditional helmets

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Youth helmet

Youth helmet

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Helmet radio

Helmet radio

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Other helmet accessories

Other helmet accessories

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