The Continually Impressive Conehead™ Liner.
Conehead™ has been in helmets that won the 2010 ISPO award for innovation and also the 2010 Indianapolis Powersports show for best new product. And its relevance in protection has remained to date. Invented by Australian physicist Don Morgan, the Conehead liner acts as a crumple zone around your head in order to absorb and distribute impact more effectively then standard EPS liners that you find in most helmets. This innovative technology has advanced in leaps bounds over the years to provide you with varisuse degrees of protection and impact force absorption. With 4 destinct shapes and mold formations you can find the protection that best suits your riders needs. Advanced technology of all styles of rider.
In a crash, the impact force pushing towards the head causes the higher density outer layer to compress. At the same time, the head is travelling in the opposite direction, compressing a lower density inner layer and the tops of the cones of the higher density outer layer. Therefore the energy is spread sideways within the foam instead of towards the head. The increasing resistance of the collapsing cones allows the head to gradually slow down. The result is a lower g-force experience for your head.
Our first Conehead generation can be divided into two parts: the overlying EPS and the Conehead EPS. Our Conehead structure can be used to reduce the mass of helmets and in addition be used to reduce the deceleration of the head during impact. Yet most uniquely as the cones compress they increase the impact time of interaction. Conehead technology is better than normal structure by 25% in reducing G-forces and 15% in reducing the overall mass.
Our Trigon Conehead is the second generation and can be divided into two parts: the overlying EPS and the triangle head EPS. The triangle head structure can be used to reduce the mass of helmet. The triangle head structure is relatively stronger than the Conehead structure because of the stability produced by the three triangular sides of its shape. Trigon Conehead is better than Conehead by 4% in reducing G-forces and 3% in reducing mass.
Dual Conehead, the third generation is also divided into two parts: the overlying EPS and the double cone EPS. The Dual Conehead structure can be used to reduce mass of helmets even further from standard Conehead. The cones facing inward and outward of the dual conehead layer are compressed at the same time during impact. Reducing the deceleration of the head after the initial impact. Dual Conehead is better than triangle head by 2% in reducing g-forces and 6% in reducing mass.
Super Conehead our fourth generation can be divided into three parts: the overlying eps layer, the big cone EPS and small cone EPS. The Super Conehead structure can be used to reduce the mass of helmets. The two eps layers of cones, big and small, are used
to further reduce the deceleration of the head during impact, surpasing all other Conehead technologies.
Super Conehead is better than double conhead by 1.5% in reducing g-forces and 1.5% in reducing mass.