0 items in your basket. TOTAL: £0.00

View Basket My Account

Categories

Useful Info

Brands



Change Language


Your Recent Products

ASM - anti submarining

With ASM Without ASM
With ASM Without ASM

asm®

The patented SCHROTH asm® system offers an unique safety advantage for 4-point harnesses. asm® is the acronym for anti submarining. The risk to submarine (sliding underneath the lap belt), a well known phenomenon during frontal impacts, is significantly reduced by the asm® safety system. The energy converter is located in the inboard shoulder belt. Therefore make sure you purchase left and/or right harnesses.

Severe injuries or death are possible using 4-point harnesses without the SCHROTH asm® safety system or an anti-sub strap. SCHROTH harnesses designed for use on public roads (FE push button models) or those likely to be used as 4-points come with the asm® safety system. The performance of the SCHROTH asm® safety system has also been positively tested in conjunction with airbags. Current Head And Neck Supports (HANS®) provide further reduction of head deceleration and neck injury. All SCHROTH racing models likely to be used with any head and neck devices come without the asm® system. Racing harnesses without asm® must be worn with an anti-sub strap!

Further Information from Schroth



© 2017 MSAR Ltd, 273 Kirkdale, Sydenham, London, SE26 4QD | Visit our London showroom SE26 4QD

Returns and Refunds | Terms and Conditions | Data Protection and Privacy |

HANS Stress Data | Neck Tension Comparison Chart | FIA Hans Guide | HANS Instruction Manual | HANS Owners Manual (USA) | Harness User Guide | Adjustment ranges of restraints | Webbing Information | RFR™ Rotary Buckle | ASM - anti submarining | Flexi Belt System | Hybrid Restraints | UVEX Hearing Protection | Slip Stop | Links | MSAR Blog / News | SCHROTH Training #1 How to Wrap Your Harnesses Correctly | SCHROTH Training #2 Lap Belt Specifics | SCHROTH Training #3 Flexi Laps in HD | SCHROTH Training #4 B23C Hardware in HD! | SCHROTH Training #5 B63 and B40 Hardware in HD! | SCHROTH Training #6 "Back to Basics" Belt Adjusters and Camlocks | Arai UK - Motorsport Helmet Standards Explained | A Drivers Guide to Safer Motorsport | ATL - What to think about before you call | Frontal Head Restraints (HANS) to be mandatory from 2016 | FIA Appendix J to the International Sporting Code - Article 253 Safety Equipment 2017 | FIA Appendix K to the International Sporting Code 2017 | MSA Blue Book 2017 - Section K Competitor Safety | MSA ROPS bulletin March 2011 | MSA Frontal Head Restraints (FHRs) bulletin October 2015 | MSA Rule Changes bulletin October 2017 | MSA (Abridged) ROPS bulletin October 2017 |