With over 400 models for historic cars, SASSA ROLL-BAR is able to offer a catalog among the widest in the industry.
The constant attention that SASSA ROLL-BAR addresses to regulatory and regulatory developments relating to both historical and contemporary roll-bars has allowed the company to acquire a wide range of configurations.
In addition, the many years of experience in the sector, the continuous updating of technicians and the increasing synergy with the Federation, allow the creation and installation of safety cages in compliance with Annex K, which introduces the Roll Over Protection System (ROPS) with modifications and limitations. compared to Annex J (today the main regulatory reference for safety equipment in motor racing competitions).
Petrol Tanks for Historic Cars
Furthermore, we carry out work on original tanks as prescribed by the ACI – CSAI regulations “Index of sector regulations (RDS) for motor vehicles”, title 1 – General rules – art. 4.5.1 and 4.5.2 below:
4.5.1 For all cars of Periods A to E, the fuel tanks MUST be: a standard tank, or an approved tank, or an FT3 safety tank.
It is recommended to fill the tanks with safety foam conforming to MIL-MIL-B-83054 Military Specification (shielding material) or “D-STOP” anti-explosion systems.
4.5.2 For all cars from Period F to I the tank is free but must be filled with safety foam conforming to MIL-MIL-B-83054 Military Specification (shielding material) or “DSTOP” anti-explosion systems.
SASSA ROLL-BAR has always used the sponge in compliance with the MIL-B-83054 US Military Specification which is not subject to expiry.
A specialized laboratory assesses the status of the tank, performs the leak test and only after having passed scrupulous checks authorizes the processing and certifies it.
The insertion of the material in the tank makes the float arm arm is no longer usable; on request it is possible to apply the tubular electric level sensor with the indicator instrument