Impact testing is the process of testing the amount of force our cricket helmets deflect and then absorb under test conditions. Over the years we have built up a great deal of knowledge and understanding ensuring that every protection product that leaves us gives the player the best protection possible.

Every Masuri cricket helmet design goes through rigorous concept-prototype development, and is subjected high velocity impact testing in order to measure and confirm its performance.

The laboratory testing analysis provides us with vital data to help us continually improve our helmet performance. Thanks to this data, we have been able to develop new innovative safety features that vastly improve player safety, for example the revolutionary Eye-line Grille. Masuri’s Vision Series are the first helmets on the market to have this patented safety feature.

Below details some time we spent with Loughborough University to demonstrate the type of testing we undergo to ensure our cricket helmets do the job.

Masuri Helmet Testing

Part 1 - Masuri visited the Sports Technology Institute at Loughborough University to find out more about Dr Andy Harland and his team as they work with cricket helmet manufacturers to meet the safety standards set in the game.

Part 2 - Masuri visited the Sports Technology Institute at Loughborough University to discuss the current Cricket helmet safety standard and find out more about Dr Andy Harland and his team as they work with cricket helmet manufacturers to meet the new safety standards coming in later this year.

Part 3 - Masuri visited the Sports Technology Institute at Loughborough University to find out more about Dr Andy Harland and his team as they work with cricket helmet manufacturers to meet the safety standards set in the game.

Part 4 - Masuri visited the Sports Technology Institute at Loughborough University to find out more about Dr Ben Halkon and his team as they work with cricket helmet manufacturers to meet the safety standards set in the game.