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Workwear and EN Standards

Symbols for technical garments and for firemen's equipment

EN340:2003

General requirements

This standard contains the general requirements of the protective garments, defined as covering or replacing the personal garment and

EN381-5:1995

Protective clothing for users of hand-held chainsawssigned to protect against one or several dangers.

This present standard belongs to a series concerning the equipment dde individual protection intended to protect from the risks which had with the use of chain saws held with the hand. No protection equipement can ensure 100% of protection against the cuts due to a chain saw held with the hand. Nevertheless, the experiment showed that it is possible to manufacture a protection equipement which offers a certain degree of protection.

EN466:1995

Chemical protective clothing : Liquids-tight (Type 3)

The present European standard specifies the minimal requirements requested from chemical protective clothing tight with the liquids, equipped with connections tight with the liquids between the various parts of clothing, like with the gloves and the boots intended to protect their carrier against the liquid chemicals.

EN470-1:1995

Protective clothing for use in welding and allied processes

Standard EN470-1 specifies the testing methods and the general requirements of performances of protective clothing intended for the operators of welding and related techniques presenting of the comparable risks. This type of protective clothing has as an aim to protect that which carries it against small metal projections in fusion, the contact of short duration with a flame, like against the ultraviolet radiations. It is intended to be carried, at ambient temperature, in a continuous way up to 8 h. Of the additional requirements which apply to certain specific types of operations of welding will be treated in other parts of this European standard.

EN533:1997

Protective clothing - Protection against heat and flamme

  1. Index of resistance of outside shell (from 1 to 3) flame: index of propagation of flame / quantity of washing x temperature
  2. a flame
  3. limited persistent flame:

PrEN13034:2002

Requirements for the combinations of protection against the liquid chemicals

PrEN943-1

Requirements for the combinations of protection against the liquid chemicals

EN ISO 13982-1:2004

Protective clothing for use against solid particulates

EN1149-1:1995

Protective clothing - Electrostatic properties - Part 1 : Surface resistivity

The current European standard stipulates the electrostatic requirements and the test methods for protective clothing dissipating static electricity to avoid sparks which could cause fires. The requirements are not sufficient in flammable, oxygen-enriched atmospheres, and the test method does not apply to fabrics containing fibers with conductive cores. The current European standard does not apply for protection against mains voltage.

EN13034:2005

Performance requirements for chemical protective clothing offering limited protective performance against liquid chemicals

EN340:1993

General requirements

This standard contains the general requirements of the protective garments, defined as covering or replacing the personal garment and designed to protect against one or several dangers.

EN381-11:2002

Protective clothing for users of chain saws held with the hand (jackets)

This present standard belongs to a series concerning the equipment dde individual protection intended to protect from the risks which had with the use of chain saws held with the hand. No protection equipement can ensure 100% of protection against the cuts due to a chain saw held with the hand. Nevertheless, the experiment showed that it is possible to manufacture a protection equipement which offers a certain degree of protection.

EN465:1995

Chemical protective clothing

Relative to performance requirements for chemical protection garments with fogs tight joints between the different parts of the garment.

EN467:1995

Clothing protective against the chemicals liquidate

The present standard specifies the minimal requirements requested from the articles of clothing offering a protection against the chemicals liquidate with certain parts of the body, for example the aprons, the handles and the hoods. It specifies the requirements of performance for materials constitutive of protective clothing but not for complete chemical protective clothing, each article of individual clothing which can be carried with other articles.

EN531:1995

Protective clothing for the workers of industry exposed to heat.

  1. Limited propagation of flame
  2. Convective heat (between B0 and B5)
  3. Radiant heat (between C0 and C4)
  4. Molten aluminium splash (between D0 and D3, X = Not tested)
  5. Molten cast iron splash (between E0 and E3, X = Not tested)

PrEN13034:1997

Requirements for the combinations of protection against the liquid chemicals

PrEN381-11

Protective clothing for users of chain saws held with the hand (jackets)

This present standard belongs to a series concerning the equipment dde individual protection intended to protect from the risks which had with the use of chain saws held with the hand. No protection equipement can ensure 100% of protection against the cuts due to a chain saw held with the hand. Nevertheless, the experiment showed that it is possible to manufacture a protection equipement which offers a certain degree of protection.

 

Related standards for clothing:

EN342:2004

Protective clothing — Ensembles and garments for protection against cold

This standard specifies the requirements and performance test methods for protective clothing against cold at temperatures lower than -5°C (cold store / extreme cold workers).There are two types of garment:Garments: covering part of the body, e.g. parka, jacket, coat.Suits: covering the whole body (trunk + legs), e.g. coveralls, parka & dungarees.

EN343:2003 A1:2007

Protective garment against rain exposures

Esernyő jel

The present standard specifies the protective garments characteristics against the influence of atmospheric exposures, wind and cold above 5°C.
The first number on the right of the pictogram indicates the class of resistance to the water penetration, the second one the class of the steaming resistance.

X:Resistance of the Penetration of water (1 to 3)

Y:Evaporative resistance (1 to 3)

EN471:2003

High visibility warning clothes

Jól láthatóság jel

X:Classify Surface of the Matter (1 to 3)

Y:Classify Reflective Matter (1 to 2)

The EN471 standard specifies the characteristics needed for garments aimed at visually signalling the user's presence, in order for him to be detected and seen clearly under dangerous conditions, by day or night under all luminosity conditions, in the spectrum of head lights.

Each of these three classes must have minimal material coating constituting the garment and this in conformity with the table below :



  • Class 3 garment


Fluorescent basic material: 0,80

Retro-reflecting material : 0,20



  • Class 2 garment


Fluorescent basic material: 0,50

Retro-reflecting material : 0,13



  • Class 1 garment


Fluorescent basic material: 0,14

Retro-reflecting material : 0,10

Material with both characteristics: 0,20

ENV342:1998

protective garment against cold

Jégvirág jel, három számmal

X:Thermal insulation resultant basic

Y:Air permeability Class (1 to 3)

Z:Water vapour resistance Class (1 to 3)

ENV343:1998

Protective garment against atmospheric exposures

Jégvirág jel, két számmal

X:Water vapour resistance of thermal removable lining (1 to 2)

Y:Thermal resistance of thermal removable lining (1 to 2)

 

 


 

Norme pentru îmbrăcăminte de protecţie

EN342

Protecţie la temperaturi scăzute

EN343

Protectie la intemperii

 

EN381

Protectia utilizatorului la lucrul cu motofierastraul de mână

 

EN412

Protecţie împotriva tăieturilor

 

EN471

Îmbrăcăminte de avertizare

 

EN533/1

Îmbrăcăminte împotriva căldurii şi flăcării

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