SGS-climbing helmet test report

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11. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 11 of 13 Back view Top view

12. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 12 of 13 Bottom view Penetration sits

10. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 10 of 13 Sample Photo(s): Front view Side view

13. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 13 of 13 Penetration sits Penetration sits ***End of Report***

7. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 7 of 13 Notes : (1) Test specimen was taken randomly from the sample submitted by client/applicant. (2) Whenever 4-aminodiphenyl (CAS number 92-67-1), 2 -naphylamine (CAS number 91-59-8) and 4- methoxy-m-phenylene-diamine (CAS number 615-05-4) is f ound, the use of banned azo colorants cannot be reliably ascertained without additional informati on, e.g. the chemical structure of the colorants used. (3) In case polyurethane materials are used, e.g. PU foams and coatings and in prints, it cannot be ruled out that certain amines, e.g. 4,4’-methylene-dianiline ( MDA, CAS number 101-77-9) and 2,4-toluylen-diamine (TDA, CAS number 95-80-7) are released from the PU component and not from a banned azo colorant. (4) In case of pigment prints care has to be taken tha t 4,4’-methylene-dianiline (MDA, CAS number 101-77-9 ) is not released from a source of banned azo colorants but from e.g. a chemical fixing agent. Requirement : ≤ 30 mg/kg for each of aromatic amine according to Requi rement of Entry 43 of Regulation (EC) No. 552/2009 amending Annex XVII of REACH Re gulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (previously restricted under Directive 2002/61/EC). Sample photo:

9. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 9 of 13 Cotton 4-5 4-5 Nylon 4 4-5 Polyester 4-5 4-5 Acrylic 4-5 4-5 Wool 4-5 4-5 Remark: Grey Scale rating is based on the 5-step scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is bad and 5 is good Sample Photo: Remark: 1. Pass means the test sample met the requirement o f the test item. 2. N/A means not applicable. N/T means not tested as per client’s request. 3. A material list for each part of the product and a statement to announce the material complying with requirements of the standard are received from the m anufacturer

8. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 8 of 13 III. Colour Fastness to Perspiration. SGS Ref. No.: SL917092143761TX Two samples of (A)1# strap (B)2# black fabric for Cli mbing helmet. Test Result: Colour Fastness To Perspiration (ISO 105-E04:2013 ; test specimen in vertical positio n.) Acid (A) (B) Change in shade 4-5 4-5 Staining on multi-fiber stripe Acetate 4 4-5 Cotton 4-5 4-5 Nylon 4 4-5 Polyester 4-5 4-5 Acrylic 4-5 4-5 Wool 4-5 4-5 Alkaline (A) (B) Change in shade 4-5 4-5 Staining on multi-fiber stripe Acetate 4 4-5

6. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 6 of 13 pH value Test Method : With reference to ISO 3071:2005, analys is was performed by pH meter. Test Item(s) 001 002 pH value 6.1 6.0 Azo Dyes Test Method : With reference to EN 14362-1 :2012 - A nalysis was conducted with GC-MS/HPLC-DAD. Test Item(s) CAS NO. Limit Unit MDL 001 002 4-Aminobiphenyl 92-67-1 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND Benzidine 92-87-5 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 4-chloro-o-toluidine 95-69-2 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 2-naphthylamine 91-59-8 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND o-aminoazotoluene 97-56-3 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 5-nitro-o-toluidine / 99-55-8 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 2-Amino-4-nitrotoluene 4-chloroaniline 106-47-8 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 4-methoxy-m-phenylenediamine 615-05-4 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND / 2,4-Diaminoanisole 4,4’-diaminodiphenylmethane 101-77-9 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 3,3’-dichlorobenzidine 91-94-1 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 3.3’-dimethoxybenzidine 119-90-4 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 3,3’-dimethylbenzidine 119-93-7 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 3,3'-Dimethyl-4,4'-diaminodiphe 838-88-0 30 mg/kg 5 N D ND nylmethane / 4,4'-methylenedi-o-toluidine p-cresidine 120-71-8 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 4,4’-methylene-bis- 101-14-4 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND (2-chloroaniline) 4,4’-oxydianiline 101-80-4 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 4,4’-thiodianiline 139-65-1 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND o-toluidine 95-53-4 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 4-methyl-m-phenylenediamine / 95-80-7 30 mg/kg 5 ND N D 2,4-Toluylendiamine 2,4,5-trimethylaniline 137-17-7 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND 4-aminoazobenzene 60-09-3 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND O-Anisidine 90-04-0 30 mg/kg 5 ND ND Comment PASS PASS

5. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 5 of 13 Annex 4: Retention system test data Test Specification: EN 12492:2012-5.7 Ambient temperature at time of test: 22 °C Conditioning Sample No. Sizes Elongation (P1-P0) mm Result Ambient 10 51-62 24.6 Pass Annex 5: Retention system effectiveness (roll off) Test Specification: EN 12492:2012-5.8 Ambient temperature at time of test: 22 °C Conditioning Sample No. Test direction Test data or result description Result Front way Helmet remained on the headform after test ing Pass Ambient 11 Rear way Helmet remained on the headform after testi ng Pass II. Analysis of AZO Dye and to Determine the PH Val ue in the submitted sample. SGS Ref No.: CAN17-072837 Test Requested Result To determine the pH Value in the submitted sample(s ). See Results Determination of Azodyes in the submitted sample(s) w ith reference to the Entry 43 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 552/2 009 amending Annex XVII of REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (p reviously restricted under Directive 2002/61/EC). PASS Test Results : Test Part Description : Specimen No. SGS Sample ID Description SN1 CAN17-072837.001 Dark grey fabric strap SN2 CAN17-072837.002 Black fabric Remarks : (1) 1 mg/kg = 1 ppm = 0.0001% (2) MDL = Method Detection Limit (3) ND = Not Detected ( < MDL ) (4) "-" = Not Regulated

1. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 1 of 13 中国认可 中国认可 中国认可 中国认可 国际互认 国际互认 国际互认 国际互认 检测 检测 检测 检测 TESTING CNAS L0167 AURORA SPORTS LIMITED #1501-1502, HECHENGSHIJI BUILDING, WUHE AVENUE, BANT IAN TOWN, LONGGANG DISTRICT, SHENZHEN, GUANGDONG, CHINA The following sample(s) was/were submitted and iden tified on behalf of the client as: Sample Description : CLIMBING HELMET Style / Item No. : AU-M02 Size : 51cm-62cm Manufacturer : PIONEER SPORTS LIMITED. Test Performed : EN 12492:2012, Analysis of Azo Dye, To Determine the pH Value, Color Fastness to Perspiration Sample Receiving Date : Apr 21, 2017 1 ST Sample Resubmission Date : Jun 05, 2017 2 ND Sample Resubmission Date : Jun 29, 2017 Test Performing Date : Apr 21, 2017 to Jul 04, 2017 Test Result(s) : For further details, please refer to the following page(s) Signed for and on behalf of Guangzhou Branch, SGS-CSTC Ltd. _________________________ Lell Wu Approved Signatory

3. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 3 of 13 Clause Test Item / Test Requirement / Test Method Test Result 4.2.3 Retention system strength When a helmet is tested by the method described in 5. 7, the maximum elongation of the whole system shall not exceed 25mm Pass See annex 4 4.2.4 Retention system effectiveness (Roll off) When a helmet is tested by the method described in 5 .8, for the front way and rear way tests, the helmet shall not come off the headform. Pass See annex 5 Marking Each helmet shall be marked in such a way that the foll owing information is easily legible by the user and is likely to remain legible throughout the lift of the helmet: -- a) the number of this European Standard; Pass b) the name or trademark of the manufacture and/or h is authorized representative; Pass c) the designation of the model; Pass d) the year and quarter of manufacture; Pass 6.1 e) the size or size range (in cm) Pass Labeling A label shall be attached to each helmet when offered to sales, giving the following instructions, at least in the official language(s) o f the Member State of destination: -- a) The designation “Helmet for mountaineers”. Pass b) For adequate protection this helmet has to fit or to be adjusted to the size of the user’s head. Pass c) The helmet is made to absorb the energy of a blow by partial destruction or damage, and even though such damage may not be readily apparen t, any helmet subjected to severe impact should be replaced. Pass d) The attention of the users is also drawn to the damage of modifying or removing any of the original component parts of the helmet, other than as recommended by the helmet manufacturer. Helmets should not be adapted f or the purpose of fitting attachments in any way not recommended by the helmet man ufacturer. Pass e) Do not apply paint, solvents, adhesives or self- adhesive labels, except in accordance with instructions from the helmet manufacturer. Pass 6.2 f) For cleaning, maintenance or disinfection, use onl y substances that have no adverse effect on the helmet and are not known to be likely to have any adverse effect upon the wearer, when applied in accordance with the manufa cturer’s instructions and information. Pass Information supplied by the manufacturer The following information, provided precisely and co mprehensibly in the official language(s) of the country of sale, shall accompany each helmet: -- a) the name and address of the manufacturer and/or h is authorized representative established in the community; Pass b) instruction or recommendations regarding adjustmen t, fitting, use, cleaning, disinfection, maintenance, servicing and storage; Pass c) details of suitable accessories and appropriate spa re parts; Pass d) relevant information regarding the obsolescence de adline or period of obsolescence of the helmet and component parts; Pass 7 e) relevant information regarding details of the typ e of packaging suitable for storage and transporting to the point of sale Pass

2. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 2 of 13 I. Test Conducted: Based on EN 12492:2012 Helmets for mountaineers–Safety requirements and tes t methods Number of Tested Sample: 11 piece(s) Test Results: Details shown as following table Clause Test Item / Test Requirement / Test Method Test Result 4.1 Construction requirements 4.1.1 Materials For those parts of the helmet that come into contact w ith the skin, materials which are known to be likely to cause skin irritation or any advers e effect on health shall not be used. For a material not in general use, advice as t o its suitability shall be sought before its introduction Pass 4.1.2 Projections There shall be no sharp edges, roughness or projecti on on any part of the helmet which is in contact or potential contact with the wearer when th e helmet is worn, such as is likely to cause injury to the wearer. Pass 4.1.3 Retention system The helmet shall be fitted with a retention system, including a chin strap. The retention system shall have at least three separate points of attachment to the shell. The chin strap shall be adjustable in length. That part of the chin strap which comes into contact with the jaw shall have a minimum width of 15mm under a load of 250N. Pass 4.1.4 Ventilation All helmets shall be ventilated The sum of the cross-sectional areas of such ventilati on shall not be less than 4 cm² when measured on the surface of the helmet. Pass 4.2 Performance requirements 4.2.1 Shock absorption 4.2.1.1 Vertical energy absorption capacity When a helmet is tested by the method described in 5 .5, the force transmitted to the headform shall not exceed 10 kN, for a drop height of (2000±10) mm of the hemispherical striker described in 5.5.3.4 4.2.1.2 Front energy absorption capacity When a helmet is tested by the method described in 5 .5, the force transmitted to the headform shall not exceed 10 kN, for a drop height of (500±10) mm of the flat striker described in 5.5.3.4 4.2.1.3 Side energy absorption capacity When a helmet is tested by the method described in 5 .5, the force transmitted to the headform shall not exceed 10 kN, for a drop height of (500±10) mm of the flat striker described in 5.5.3.4 4.2.1.4 Rear energy absorption capacity When a helmet is tested by the method described in 5 .5, the force transmitted to the headform shall not exceed 10 kN, for a drop height of (500±10) mm of the flat striker described in 5.5.3.4 Pass See annex 2 4.2.2 Penetration When a helmet is tested on two points of impact, apa rt from each other as at least 50 mm, by the method described in 5.6, there shall be no con tact between the striker and the headform, for a drop height of 1000±5mm of the conica l striker described in 5.6.3.4 Pass See annex 3

4. Test Report No.: GZHL1704015039CE Date: Jul 06, 2017 Page 4 of 13 Annex1: Sample weight record Sample No. Sizes Weight (g) Sample No. Sizes Weight (g) Sample No. Sizes Weight (g) 1 Largest size 51-62 cm 432 5 Largest size 51-62 cm 431 9 Largest size 51-62 cm 435 2 Largest size 51-62 cm 433 6 Largest size 51-62 cm 429 10 Smallest size 51-62 cm 429 3 Smallest size 51-62 cm 430 7 Smallest size 51-62 cm 429 11 Smallest size 51-62 cm 426 4 Smallest size 51-62 cm 427 8 Smallest size 51-62 cm 431 12 --- --- Annex2: Resistance to shock test data Test Specification: EN 12492:2012-5.5 Ambient temperature at time of test: 22 °C Conditioning Sample No. Sizes (cm) Head form (EN960:2006) Test site Striker Velocity (m/s) Peak force (N) Result Thermal plus (Clause 5.3.3) 1 51-62 605 Top Hemi 6.02 6592.7 Pass Thermal minus (Clause 5.3.4) 2 51-62 605 Top Hemi 6.04 6922.3 Pass UV ageing (Clause 5.3.2) 3 51-62 535 Top Hemi 6.02 6712.5 Pass Thermal plus (Clause 5.3.3) 4 51-62 535 Front Flat 3.04 3326.3 Pass Thermal minus (Clause 5.3.4) 5 51-62 605 Side Flat 3.05 4794.7 Pass UV ageing (Clause 5.3.2) 6 51-62 605 Rear Flat 3.04 3566.0 Pass Annex 3: Resistance to penetration Test Specification: EN 12492:2012-5.6 Ambient temperature at time of test: 22 °C Conditioning Sample No. Sizes (cm) Head form Test site Test description Result 1 Not contact with the Test block Pass Thermal plus (Clause 5.3.3) 7 51-62 2 Not contact with the Test block Pass 3 Not contact with the Test block Pass Thermal minus (Clause 5.3.4) 8 51-62 4 Not contact with the Test block Pass 5 Not contact with the Test block Pass UV ageing (Clause 5.3.2) 9 51-62 Test block (Clause 5.6.3.3) 6 Not contact with the Test block Pass

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