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Which certifications are necessary for a good ice hockey helmet?


When choosing a hockey helmet, it is important to consider the safety standards set by the various certification agencies. These organizations ensure that helmets meet strict protection and performance standards. The three main certification organizations for ice hockey helmets are: CSA (Canadian Standards Association), HECC (Hockey Equipment Certification Council), and CE (European Conformity).

CSA (Canadian Standards Association)–CSA is a not-for-profit organization that sets performance and safety standards for Canadian products. CSA certification for hockey helmets ensures that the product meets required standards for impact protection, material strength and durability.

HECC (Hockey Equipment Certification Council) - Headquartered in the United States, HECC certifies all hockey equipment, including helmets. Helmets with HECC certification have been rigorously tested and meet established sports safety standards.

CE (European Conformity) – The CE mark is a certification used by European countries to demonstrate that a product meets necessary safety and performance requirements. Hockey helmets with CE certification have been tested and approved for use in European leagues and championships.

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