CHOOSE THE CORRECT SAFETY LEVEL FOR THE CABIN

The level of safety required depends on the type of activity involved. Normally, Protection Class 1 is more than sufficient. This corresponds to 8 mm Hammerglass in the windscreen in order to eliminate the risk of breaking glass. If the machine is being used in very tough environments where there is a risk of stones being propelled at high speed, or of explosions, then thicker RABS approved screens will be required all around the cab. Our classifications will help you find the proper protection for work in tough environments.

PROTECTION CLASS 1
For simpler tasks where there is a risk of stone chippings. Usually required for the windscreen and/or side screen on diggers, wheel loaders, tractors, etc. The original screens are replaced with 8 mm Hammerglass screens, which are fitted in the same way as the original screens.
Front window: 8 mm Hammerglass, split/non-split
Boom side window: 8 mm Hammerglass
Accessory: ScreenSaver protective film for the front window

PROTECTION CLASS 2
For tough driver environments where there is a risk of stone chippings, falling stones, and acts of vandalism. The original screens are replaced with 8 mm/12 mm Hammerglass screens, which are fitted in the same way as the original screens.
Front window: 8 mm/12 mm Hammerglass, split/non-split
Other screens: 8 mm/12 mm Hammerglass
Accessory: ScreenSaver protective film for the front window

PROTECTION CLASS 3
Where there is a risk of undetonated explosives, where quarrying is being carried out or there is a risk of rock fall. The cabin has to offer an escape exit via an escape screen. This has to be reachable by the driver in case of rock slides which close off all other exits. The escape exit also has to be openable from the outside.
Front window: 12 mm Hammerglass an explosion tested steel frame, RABS approved
Other screens: 12 mm Hammerglass
Accessory: ScreenSaver protective film for the front window, or ScreenSaver protective screen