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Update on SFI Recertifcation:
It was recently announced by SFI that recertification will be necessary for all neck braces every 5 years after the commencement date indicated on the SFI decal on the unit. DefNder would like to let all users know that we will perform a recertification test for any units at that 5 year period. More information for this procedure will follow as we get closer.
SFI 38.1 Head and Neck Restraint
Update: We have received numerous inquires as to the status of the SFI certification of the defNder neck brace. To clarify, any defNder for sale (new or used) is certified as long as it has an SFI decal on it.
Below is the clarification off the SFI website (green section explains well):
"August 19, 2011 - Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Club Racing recently sent out an email reminding its membership that beginning January 1, 2012, Head and Neck Restraint Devices meeting SFI Spec 38.1 will become mandatory in Club Racing Regional, National and Driver School events. In December 2009, the SCCA Board of Directors approved the motion to require a device meeting SFI 38.1 or FIA 8858 specifications, and the announcement appeared in the January 2010 issue of the SCCA publication Fastrack ® News.
The SCCA requirement specifically states in the rulebook, “As of 1/1/12, head and neck restraints meeting SFI 38.1 or FIA 8858 will be required.” The above mentioned email sent out by SCCA also went on to list certified devices which meet SFI 38.1 such as products currently produced by HANS and Safety Solutions.
SFI would like to add that there are also products from other manufacturers such as DefNder and Leatt Brace that were previously certified and labeled as meeting SFI 38.1. They are not currently listed on the SFI website because they are no longer in new production. However, any devices still in the field or at retail outlets that have SFI 38.1 stickers on them were properly tested and certified at the time. The certifications for those devices remain valid."