The Regulations.


EN ISO 13688:2013 - Mandatory general requirements for protective clothing.

This standard determines the mandatory requirements of protective clothing, in terms of: Ergonomics, comfort, harmlessness, solidity of dyes, dimensional change in washing: no more than 3%.

Garments certified according to this standard are equipped with the marking. The standard is intended to be used in conjunction with other regulations containing specific performance requirements.



EN ISO 11611:2007

Protection against cast metal castings:

This standard allows you to evaluate the level of performance of protective clothing designed to protect the worker during welding processes or similar techniques. Complies with the EN ISO 11611: 2007 Standard are designed for use in work environments where the user is subjected to risk of metal jets, of brief contact with a flame, of radiant heat or an electric arc (welding or others related activities).



EN 342

Protection against
cold :

The EN 342 norm is part of the norms against the bad

weather and specifies the requirements of protective clothing

against cold at temperatures below -5C °. The certified leaders

according to this legislation guarantees coverage from the cold

(2 C ° | -5 C °) to the cold store (-25 C °) to the freezer (-40C °).

This standard evaluates the following values: class of air

permeability, thermal insulation and level of breathability.

EN ISO 20471:2013

High visibility clothing:

This standard allows the assessment of the level of performance of the color and of the reflections as well as minimal surfaces and the placement of materials in the garments of protection for greater visibility. Clothing certified according to this legislation, they are intended for provide a high visibility of the user seen by the operators of vehicles or

other mechanized devices in any daylight condition or in the

light of vehicle headlights in the darkness.

EN 343: 2003 +A1:2007 

Protection against rain:
This standard allows you to evaluate the level of performance of protective clothing designed to protect workers from exposure to rain, humidity and snow. Performance is evaluated in terms of: resistance to water penetration; evaporation; a traction and tearing of the external material and, finally, to the resistance of the stitching of the outer garment.






 

IEC 61482-2: 2009

Protection against the danger caused by an electric arc.

This standard allows the assessment of the level of performance of the protective clothing against dangers related to an arch electric. The person wearing protective clothing compliant with IEC 61482-2: 2009 is protected if an electric arc appeared in an electrical installation later at a perturbation (for example a short circuit). For arch electric means a lightning that breaks out in a plant electric and which can cause severe burns, blinding or even to death.


EN13034:2005+A1:2009 TIPO6/TIPO B6

Protection against limited nebulisations.

This standard allows the assessment of the minimum level of performance of protective clothing designed for protect against a potential small exposure amount of spray or a small volume (watered accidentally) of less dangerous chemicals, for which a total permeability barrier is not required.

EN 1149-5:2018 Protection against electrostatic charges.

This standard allows you to assess whether the garments of protection concerned are antistatic certificates to avoid, in case of presence of electrostatic charges, which are produced sparks, causing explosions and fires; they are compliant and designed, moreover, for use in a work context ATEX environment (Explosive Atmosphere) where they are possible explosion risks Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam porttitor augue a turpis porttitor maximus. Nulla luctus elementum felis, sit amet condimentum lectus rutrum eget.

EN ISO 11612:2008

Protection against heat and flames.

This standard allows you to evaluate the level of performance body protection clothing (except hands) against heat and /or flames. The person equipped with garments in accordance with EN ISO 11612: 2008 is protected in case of brief contact with a flame as well against the heat emitted by convection and irradiation (to a certain extent).