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Safety gloves and EN standards

EN/ISO10819:1996

Vibrations and impacts of mechanical origin

EN374-1:2003

Protective gloves against chemicals and micro-organisms - Part 1: Terminology and performance requirements

This European standard specifies the performances necessary for the gloves intended for the protection of the users against the chemicals and/or the micro-organisms and defines the terms to be used.

EN374-2:1994

Micro-organisms risks

The EN374-2 standard specifies a test method for the resistance to penetration of the protective gloves against chemicals or micro-organisms.

EN374-3 :2003

Protective gloves against chemicals and micro-organisms - Part 3: Determination of resistance to permeation by chemicals

The EN374-3:2003 standard cares, in case of continuous contact, to determine the resistance of the materials constituting the permeation gloves, from non-gaseous, potentially dangerous chemicals. It is therefore advisable to insist on the fact that this test does not account for conditions liable to be met during service, and it is also recommended to use the test results, which have an essentially relative value, only to compare the materials by high categories of time of passage.

  1. Gloves with low protection against chemicals, tested according to EN374-3: indicates whether or not the product resists to water and air penetration

EN374-3:2003

Protective gloves against chemicals and micro-organisms - Part 3: Determination of resistance to permeation by chemicals

The EN374-3:2003 standard cares, in case of continuous contact, to determine the resistance of the materials constituting the permeation gloves, from non-gaseous, potentially dangerous chemicals. It is therefore advisable to insist on the fact that this test does not account for conditions liable to be met during service, and it is also recommended to use the test results, which have an essentially relative value, only to compare the materials by high categories of time of passage.

  1. Resistant gloves to permeation by chemicals, tested according to EN374-3: a glove shall have at least a permeation performance level 2 when tested against three chemicals taken from the list of test chemicals in annex A, EN374-1 Standard.

EN388:2003

Protective gloves against mechanical Risks

It specifies the general requirements as regards to :

  • Manufacturer identification and product marking

Innocuousness ( e.g. : pH of the materials the most neutral)

  • Respect of agreed sizes

 

  • Dexterity : it is advisable that a glove brings as much dexterity as possible according to the intended use.

 

  • Glove composition.

 

  • Packing, storage, maintenance and cleaning

 

  • Information to the user on instructions for use whatever the PPE category
  1. Resistance to abrasion (from 0 to 4): number of cycles necessary to damage the sample at a constant speed.
  2. Resistance to cut (from 0 to 5): number of cycles necessary to cut the sample at a continuous speed.
  3. Resistance to tear (from 0 to 4): necessary force to tear the sample.
  4. Resistance to perforation (from 0 to 4): necessary force to pierce the sample with a standardised awl.

 

EN407:2004

Protective gloves against Heat & Fire risks (X = Unrealized test)

The EN407 standard specifies test methods, general requirements, thermal performance levels and the marking of protective gloves against heat and / or fire.

  1. Resistance to flammability (from 1 to 4): based on the time during which the material remains ignited and then continues to be consumed after the source of ignition was removed.
  2. Resistance to contact heat (from 1 to 4): based on the temperature in the range from 100 to 500°C to which that which wears gloves will not feel any pain for one period of at least 15 secondes.
  3. Resistance to convective heat (from 1 to 4): based on the time during which the product is able to delay the transfer of the heat of a flame.
  4. Resistance to radiant heat (from 1 to 4): index indicating time necessary to the sample to rise on a level of temperature given.
  5. Resistance to small projections of molten metal (from 1 to 4): index indicating the quantity necessary to raise the sample at a certain temperature.
  6. Resistance to large projections of molten metal (from 1 to 4): index indicating the quantity necessary to cause the deterioration of a pretence of skin placed directly behind the sample.

EN420:2003

General requirements

It specifies the general requirements as regards to :

  • Manufacturer identification and product marking

Innocuousness ( e.g. : pH of the materials the most neutral)

  • Respect of agreed sizes

 

  • Dexterity : it is advisable that a glove brings as much dexterity as possible according to the intended use.

 

  • Glove composition.

 

  • Packing, storage, maintenance and cleaning

 

  • Information to the user on instructions for use whatever the PPE category

EN511:1994

Risks by cold

  1. Resistance to convective cold (from 0 to 4): indicate that there is or not penetration at the end of 30 minutes.
  2. Resistance to contact cold (from 0 to 4): indicate that there is or not penetration at the end of 30 minutes.
  3. Water impermeability (0 or 1): indicate that there is or not penetration at the end of 30 minutes.

EN659:1996

Protective gloves for firemen

This standard is applicable only to protective gloves for firemen for the fight against fire, research operations and rescue. It specifies test methods and the minimal performances of these gloves.

EN12477:2001/A1:2005

Protective gloves for welders

This project of standard specifies the requirements and test methods for the gloves used for manual welding of metals, cutting and related techniques.

EN374-2 :2003

Protective gloves against chemicals and micro-organisms - Part 2: Determination of resistance to penetration

A glove is considered watertight and\or in the air, if it is tested according to this standard in the water leak and\or in the leak of air.

EN374-2:2003

Protective gloves against chemicals and micro-organisms - Part 2: Determination of resistance to penetration

  1. Resistant gloves to micro-organisms (bacteria, mushrooms)

EN374-3:1994

Chemical risks (*)

The EN374-3 standard cares, in case of continuous contact, to determine the resistance of the materials constituting the permeation gloves, from non-gaseous, potentially dangerous chemicals. It is therefore advisable to insist on the fact that this test does not account for conditions liable to be met during service, and it is also recommended to use the test results, which have an essentially relative value, only to compare the materials by high categories of time of passage.

  1. Penetration (0 or 1): indicates whether or not the product resists to water and air penetration.
  2. Permeation (from 1 to 6): indicates the time necessary for a dangerous product to go across the protective film barrier by permeation.

EN388:1994

Protective gloves against mechanical Risks (Levels obtained on the palm)

The EN388 standard is applicable to all types of protective gloves regarding physical and mechanical stresses by abrasion, cutting by blade, puncture and tearing. This standard is not applicable to anti-vibratory gloves.

  1. Resistance to abrasion (from 0 to 4): number of cycles necessary to damage the sample at a constant speed.
  2. Resistance to cut (from 0 to 5): number of cycles necessary to cut the sample at a continuous speed.
  3. Resistance to tear (from 0 to 4): necessary force to tear the sample.
  4. Resistance to perforation (from 0 to 4): necessary force to pierce the sample with a standardised awl.

 

EN407:1994

Protective gloves against Heat & Fire risks (X = Unrealized test)

The EN407 standard specifies test methods, general requirements, thermal performance levels and the marking of protective gloves against heat and / or fire. It is applicable to all the gloves which must protect hands against heat and / or flames under one or several of the following forms : fire, contact heat, convective heat, radiant heat, small projections of molten metal or big projections of molten metal.

EN420:1994

General requirements

EN420:2003+A1:2009

General requirements

It specifies the general requirements as regards to :

  • Manufacturer identification and product marking

Innocuousness ( e.g. : pH of the materials the most neutral)

  • Respect of agreed sizes

 

  • Dexterity : it is advisable that a glove brings as much dexterity as possible according to the intended use.

 

  • Glove composition.

 

  • Packing, storage, maintenance and cleaning

 

  • Information to the user on instructions for use whatever the PPE category

EN511:2006

Protective gloves against cold (X = Unrealized test)

The EN511:2006 standard specifies the requirements and test methods of the protective gloves against cold transmitted by convection or conduction up to 50°C. This cold can be bound to climatic conditions or to an industrial activity. The specific values of the different performance levels are determined according to the requirements peculiar to every category of risk or to every special application field. Products tests can only be carried out for performance levels and not for protection levels.

  1. Resistance to convective cold (from 0 to 4)
  2. Resistance to contact cold (from 0 to 4)
  3. Water impermeability (0 or 1)

prEN12477

Protective gloves for welders

This project of standard specifies the requirements and test methods for the gloves used for manual welding of metals, cutting and related techniques.

 

 


 

 

Norme Europene pentru încăltăminte de protecţie

 

Categoria

EN ISO 20345:2004
Incaltaminte de siguranta (S)

 


 


Categoria

EN ISO 20347:2004
Incaltaminte de lucru (O)

SB

Cerinte de baza, bombeu metalic

 


 


0B

Cerinte de baza

S1

A + FO + E

 


 


01

A + E

S1P

A + FO + E + P

 


 


01P

A + E + P

S2

A + FO + E + WRU

 


 


02

A + E + WRU

S3

A + FO + E + P + WRU

 


 


03

A + E + P + WRU

S4

A + FO + E + impermeabil

 


 


04

A + E + impermeabil

S5

A + FO + E + P+ impermeabil

 


 


05

A + E + P + impermeabil

 

 

Simbol

Semnificatiasimbolului

A

incaltaminte antistatica

E

absorbitor de energie in zona calcaiului

FO

rezistenta talpii la hidrocarburi

P

rezistenta talpii impotriva perforatiei

HRO

rezistenta talpii la caldura de contact

CI

incaltaminte izolanta impotriva frigului

HI

incaltaminte izolanta impotriva caldurii

WR

incaltaminte impermeabila

WRU

protectie impotriva penetrarii si absorbtiei apei

M

protectie metatarsala

CR

rezistenta impotriva taieturilor

SRC

(SRA+SRB) Incaltaminte anti-alunecare

C

incaltaminte conductiva

I

incaltaminte electroizolanta

AN

protectie maleolara

 

 

 

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