The process behind developing a helmet is never ending for Airoh, always searching for excellence and constant improvement.

The helmet starts from an idea, through a 3D modelling process and the subsequent simulation of its ability to absorb impacts via the FEM (Finite Element Method) technique; the wind tunnel is used to test its aerodynamic effectiveness, ventilation and ergonomics.

Components then undergo the moulding phase, following different processes depending on the material used. In-depth know-how allows the most suitable procedure to be chosen for each compound. Steam moulding is the best way to create the polystyrene shells, while a special injection moulding is used to process the HRT (High Resistant Thermoplastic) with a sophisticated melting technique. Finally, noble composite fibres and 3K carbon are layered by hand, thus certifying the craftsmanship of a process where man counts more than a machine.

Painting and applying of UV Resistant decals, inserting hand-stitched inner-lining made of state-of-the-art materials enhance the product’s quality and appearance.

The human factor will always prevail at Airoh: along the assembly lines, highly qualified personnel constantly check quality during the assembly phases, intervening in order to regularly maintain the highest standards pursued by Airoh.

Machines instead take over when compliance with the safety parameters set by national and international regulations needs to be checked. The in-house Crash-Lab runs strict tests that brilliantly exceed the standards set by safety-related laws and certify the absolute excellence of each individual Airoh helmet.