Firefighter Reflexite Helmet Patches

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Firefighter Reflexite Helmet Patches 5 Count

Reflexite Helmet Patches are designed to meet or exceed NFPA 1971, 2007 edition. They offer superior reflectivity and durability under the most demanding firefighting conditions. Available in fluorescent lime-yellow color, providing suprior daytime visibility in addition to outstanding nighttime visibility through reflected color similar to that of its daytime appearance. The patches are composed of microprism reflective elements integrally bonded to flexible, weather resistant UV stabilized polymeric film that will stand up to any conditions. Its surface has a glossy finish resistant to soiling, soot and smoke stains can easily be removed with a little water and non-abrasive soap restoring its flourescence. Reflective elements behind the top surface will not be affected. The backing is a pressure sensitive, aggressive, acrylic based adhesive.

Dimensions: 1" across top, 1 3/4" sides, 2 1/8" across bottom, 1 1/2" top to bottom

Available in two sizes:

  • A sheet of 5 (for one helmet application)
  • A sheet of 25 (for multiple applications)
Resistance to chemical exposure
Reflexite Helmet Patches offer resistance to a variety of chemicals potentially encountered in firefighting situations, and is able to withstand a 10 minute immersion in 5% HCI, heptane, MeOH, NaOH, gasoline, kerosene, and mineral oil without evidence of blistering or dissolving.
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  • 2
    Not very sticky

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 1st 2013

    When received by regular mail one of the stickers was already falling off the paper on which they are manufactured. Other four just not very sticky at all. Don't know how they will stick on anything very long.
    Response: Rarely do we get a complaint about the adhesive quality on any Reflexite products. Any time this occurs we strongly urge you to return the product(s) and get a replacement or a refund.

  • 4
    Great product

    Posted by Matt on Nov 2nd 2012

    Pros - I've used these for years, they work great in low light situations. Using an 8 (eight) lumen light they seem to blaze like a flashlight pointed at you. Frequently at 150' all you see are these, nothing else can be identified.

    Cons - The corners always curl up a bit. I've tried heat, pressure, you name it. I've only managed to peel a quarter of one off though, due to a rope trying to rub it off the helmet. Granted I don't have any flats spots on our helmets.....