The manufacturing cycle starts by cutting the raw fibreglass material into single pieces and different shapes based on the shell and homologation requirements.


The moulding process is then made by hand and the weight of every shell is checked and approved when it is within the specified weight range.



Next a fully automated water jet cutter cuts out the primary parts of the shell like the eye portal/visor, lower border and holes for ventilation, as well as other key parts.



In addition, every shell is prepared by hand to obtain the smoothest surface possible before moving on to the painting stages.


At each stage of production, strict quality controls are adhered to ensuring that every distinct component of the helmet is inspected and checked for optimum quality.



The automated shell painting process consists of two stages. Stage one applies the base coat so that helmet decal/graphics can then be applied.



The graphic decals are applied in a humidity and temperature controlled clean room to ensure their precise application free of any contaminants.



Stage two applies a UV clear coat, which prevents any fading of the helmet graphics.



The helmet’s chinstrap is affixed to the shell by an automated machine, while the energy absorbing EPS liner is inserted by hand.



The visor installation process assures its correct positioning with an airtight seal and proper adjustment of the visor mechanisms.


The last steps of the production line are the assembly and the packaging. Once the helmet is assembled it is then checked to ensure the highest quality workmanship.


Before packaging, the staff carry out the last visual check before affixing the QUALITY CONTROL CHECK sticker on the outside of the box assuring that the helmet has passed Suomy’s stringent quality control inspection before shipment.
The helmet is now ready to be worn by skilled motorcyclists.