TODAYS PATENT- PROTECTIVE HELMET
The Protective helmet was invented by Scott P. Merrellon the 7th of May 2019, bearing patent number US10278444B2.
The above intension is a protective helmet. It consists of a inflexible effect resistant shell product of diverse materials. For example, cutting-edge soccer helmets regularly have a difficult inflexible effect resistant outer shell product of polycarbonate alloy plastic. Another cloth used broadly in shielding headgear is ABS polymer (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene). The helmet of this invention is constructed from an outer layer constructed from a bendy cloth, an internal layer constructed from a bendy cloth, in which the outer layer and internal layer outline a area layer, in which the gap layer carries a gas, gel or liquid, and in which the internal layer of the helmet is configured to match round a human head.