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New Video: Changing the 4 point Chinstrap on your Pacific F15

New Video: Changing the 4-point Chinstrap on an F15

During fires, your helmet may become soiled with chemical, biological and particulate hazards.This may affect the performance, longevity and comfort of your helmet.

The 4-point Chinstrap on an F15 can be removed for laundering and replacement in under 10 minutes.

In this video we’re going to take you through the process of removing and replacing the 4-point Chinstrap on an F15.

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New Video: Changing the lighting plinth and replacing the batteries on an F15

New Video: Changing the lighting plinth and replacing the batteries on an F15

The F15 offers a range of lighting options to meet your needs including the Front Plinth eLED torch.

The front plinth torch incorporates Compound Path Optics which improves visibility and torch efficiency.

In this video we’ll walk you through the process of removing the front lighting plinth, replacing the batteries and rotating through the different lighting options available.

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New Video: Changing the wearing height of your Pacific F15

New Video: Changing the wearing height of a Pacific F15 Structural Firefighting Helmet

Your safety depends upon the correct fit of your helmet and proper use of all features and components.

You can adjust the headband on the F15 to allow the helmet to sit higher or lower on your head.

There are three adjustment points: Low, Regular & High.

Follow along with us as we change the wearing height on a Pacific F15 Structural Firefighting Helmet to help achieve the perfect fit.

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New Video: Changing the Comfort Liner and Neck Protector on a Pacific F15

During fires, your helmet may become soiled with chemical, biological and particulate hazards. This may affect the performance, longevity and comfort of your helmet.

You are also putting your health at risk if the Comfort Liner and Neck Protector is not cleaned regularly.

The Headband & Neck Protector on an F15 Structural Firefighting helmet can be removed and replaced in under 10 minutes.

Follow along with us as change the comfort liner and neck protector on the Pacific F15:

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New Video: Basic Maintenance on the Pacific F3D MkII

Basic Maintenance on Pacific F3D MkII

Watch as we run through some basic maintenance on the F3D MkII Structural firefighting helmet.

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