In-molding technology merging the shell and EPS foam liner. Better impact energy management, increased dynamic range - smaller, lighter and stronger.
While dozens of manufacturers in the powersport world utilize dual density foams, they are generally assembled like the layers of a cake. Our Composite Fusion™ Plus Technology uses a layer of multi density cone shaped foam that intersect with a layer of softer foam that surrounds the head. In an impact, these cones act as a progressive damper to absorb different levels of impact. As they collapse, these cones also direct energy sideways and away from the brain.
When we first began experimenting with materials to help reduce low-g or subconcussive impacts that are below the threshold of our current foam liners, we tested a number of materials until we found a type of vinyl nitrile we call Bumper Fit. This substance is similar to Poron or D30 and hardens on impact to help provide some low-G protection. The material also acts as a memory foam, which helps to reduce hot spots and increase comfort. We call the latest iteration of this technology LDL, or Low Density Layer. It consists of specially designed Armourgel padding that is placed throughout the interior of the helmet. It reduces rotational impact forces up to 25%, and reduced low-g linear forces up to 30%.
We're constantly testing new technology and after experimenting with dozens of different geometric shapes, we found a pyramid shaped that was better at dissipating forces than the our existing conehead technology in certain applications. Like Composite Fusion™ Plus, this tetrahedral layer of multi density EPS foam is able to act as a progressive damper to absorb different levels of impacts, as well as help distribute energy laterally, but it also allows us to create a smaller and lighter helmet.
Combines multi-density EPS foam and dual direction geometric cone shapes. Interior and exterior impact energy management.
In-molded multi-density EPS with acrylic self-healing foam and carbon nanotubes. Dissipates impact energy more efficiently in a smaller volume.