2M: Innovation and quality in helmet components

11 Jun, 2024 | New Products, News

2M is a leading manufacturer of plastic components for helmets, offering a wide range of products for various sectors, including outdoor and sports, safety and military.

Our range includes components for 16 mm and 20 mm webbing, designed to meet the specific needs of each application.

Expanding the line of helmet accessories

To stay ahead and respond to market demands, we have expanded our line of helmet accessories.

We firmly believe that continuous innovation and attention to customer needs are essential to business success. This philosophy has led us to develop new helmet components, which are now ready and available in stock.

New helmet components

In addition to the PLASTIC components already present in our catalog, such as rings, half rings, buckles and sliders, we present the following new items:


  • Features: equipped with side wings for easy opening, even when wearing gloves or in conditions of reduced visibility.
  • Material: POM (Acetal)
  • Size: 16 mm

V Divider

  • Features: adjustment system for straps, ideal for bike helmets.
  • Material: nylon
  • Size: 16 mm

CAM Divider

  • Features: Cam system for precise helmet adjustment.
  • Material: Nylon
  • Size: 16 mm


  • Features: Slider, especially suitable for military helmets.
  • Material: Nylon
  • Size: 16 mm


Specific Buckle for Safety Industry

For our customers in safety sectors, we offer a EN 397 certified CR/16 HELMET buckle. This buckle is designed to ensure a safety release between 15 and 25 kg, ensuring a high level of protection for users.

2M continues to strive providing high quality, innovative and reliable products for all industries that require protective helmets. Our accessories line expansion is just one example of our commitment in staying up to date and meeting the needs of the market. With a wide range of components ready in stock, we are the ideal partner for those looking for advanced solutions for the safety and comfort of helmets.

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