Protective clothing is designed in accordance with European established EN standards. The standards have been developed to provide increased quality and safety for you as a carrier of the product in your work. They are an extension of the EU legislation for personal protective equipment, EU Directive 89/686 / EEC.
|En 1149-5||Protective clothing with electrostatic properties|
Protective clothing with antistatic properties that reduce the risk of discharge of electrical energy and are intended for use where there is a risk that static sparks can ignite flammable substances such as gas or oil.The standard states precise requirements for how the garment should be designed, for example, metal details on the outside of the garment must be covered.
The certification according to EN 1149-5 does not give a classification; the protective properties of the garment are either approved or not approved.
|En 1073-2||Skyddskläder mot radioaktiva föroreningar|
Requirements and test methods for non-ventilated protective clothing against particulate radioactive compounds. This standard refers to protective clothing that covers the body, arms and legs. Other parts of the body are protected with other personal protective equipment.
The properties that are evaluated include;
The garment also undergoes a practical function test with test persons where function and ergonomics are checked.
En 13982 -1(2)
|Dry particle costumes. Covers that protect against dangerous dust and dry particles|
|En 14126||Protective clothing against infectious substances|
The purpose of the standard is to evaluate the garment’s properties to protect both the wearer of the garment from infectious substances but also to protect others from the spread of infection when the wearer has removed the contaminated protection.
The parameters verified according to the standard include the following;
If the garment can be washed at least 5 times, the material must undergo 5 washing cycles before testing.
|Type 6 Protective suits against limited splashes. Protective suits against limited splashes of liquid chemicals in liquid form, where there is no directed jet and no risk of liquid accumulating on the suit but where there may be fine mist of drops in the air.|
Protective suits against limited splashes. Protective suits against limited splashes of liquid chemicals in liquid form, where there is no directed jet and no risk of liquid accumulating on the suit but where there may be a fine mist of drops in the air.
|Liquid-tight protective suits - suits that can protect against strong and directed jets of liquid chemicals, such as those that can spray out of a broken pipe under pressure. These require a barrier fabric (chemical test according to permeation test a 369) and sealed seams.|
|Protective clothing against infectious substances|
|Dry particle suits. Suits that protect against dangerous dust and dry particles.|
|En14126||Protective clothing against infectious substances|