EN 343

This standard specifies requirements and test methods for the construction of materials and finished garments for protection against effects
precipitation (eg rain, snow), fog and ground moisture.

EN ISO 13688

The standard specifies general requirements for the design of protective clothing in terms of ergonomics, safety, size designation, aging, compatibility and marking of protective clothing and the information that is supplied by the manufacturer together with protective clothing.

EN 61482-2

This part of IEC 61482 specifies test methods for measuring the thermal resistance values of materials and clothing made for the use of clothing resistant to heat and fire exposed to the effects of the arc.

EN 15384

This European Standard specifies test methods and minimum technical requirements for protective clothing intended to protect the wearer’s body, with the exception of the head, hands and feet, in the field of open field fires and accompanying activities.

EN ISO 20471

This International Standard specifies requirements for high visibility clothing that is able to visually signal the presence of a user to operate vehicles or other mechanized equipment in any lighting conditions.

EN 1149-5

This part specifies the material and construction requirements for electrostatic dissipating protective clothing, including hoods and caps, used as part of a general earthing system.

EN 469

This European Standard specifies minimum values for technical requirements for protective clothing designed for use in firefighting. The requirements of this standard cover design, protection against heat and flame, mechanical and chemical parameters, comfort and visibility of the suit. This European Standard covers the general design of clothing, the minimum technical values of the materials used, the test methods for determining these technical values, the markings and information provided by the manufacturer and specifies the technical requirements for the two classes of design.

EN 16689

This European Standard specifies minimum requirements for technical intervention clothing. Technical interventions include activities related to the environment and conditions associated with scenarios that occur in traffic accidents, at work, often long-term, inside collapsed buildings and in their vicinity after natural disasters (earthquakes, landslides, etc.) where protection is needed. against mechanical risks, to a limited extent also against heat and flame.

EN ISO 11612

This International Standard specifies the technical requirements for garments made of flexible materials which are intended to protect the wearer’s body, excluding hands, from heat and / or fire. The technical requirements given in this International Standard apply to garments that could be intended for a wide range of applications, where garments with flame retardant properties are required, and where the user may be exposed to radiant, convective or contact heat or molten metal particles.

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