Kinetix Resin Chosen for High Performance Motorcycle Helmets

21 April 2009

Shark have chosen Kinetix R246LV resin, formulated and supplied by ATL Composites, Australia, with a custom hardener, for manufacturing their latest range of motorcycle helmets.

Shark chose the custom blend after working with ATL to develop a system that met their manufacturing process requirements, and also delivered the elevated performance figures and reduced total weight they were aiming to achieve. Shark helmets are finished to a high cosmetic standard and undergo stringent testing processes to meet European, American and Australian safety standards.

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