EUROMAST designs and submits technical equipment for personal protection to certification.
We understand the requirements of the European directive which PPE must meet, as well as all international standards.
According to your specifications, we have textile solutions that meet the requirements of the following standards:
￼EN 469 : protective clothing for firefighters.
Performance requirements for protective clothing against fire (fire, heat, mechanical and chemical properties, etc.)
EN 15614 : protective clothing for firefighters.
Performance requirements for clothing worn during the fight against wilderness fires (fire, heat, ergonomics and comfort).
Clothing for wildfires is not designed for fighting structural fires.
IEC 61482-2 : protection against thermal hazards from an electric arc.
This standard sets the characteristics of the materials and clothing protecting the wearer against the risks associated with electric arcs. 2 protection classes are available: at 4kA or 7kA
ISO 11612 and ISO 14116 : protective clothing against heat and flame.
These standards specify the performance requirements for fire, heat (radiant, connective and contact) and for large projections of molten metals. This standard does not apply to structural lights.
ISO 11611 : protective clothing used during welding and related techniques.
This standard defines the protection requirements against small splashes of molten metal.
Requirements for impervious clothing which protects against accidental exposure of small amounts of harmless chemicals, projected or sprayed.
￼EN 1149-5 : protective clothing - electrostatic properties.
￼ Requirements for protective clothing that dissipates static electricity in order to avoid the appearance of sparks, which may cause fires or explosions.
￼ISO 20471: high visibility clothing.
This standard validates the characteristics of fluorescent and retro-reflective fabrics as well as the minimum areas of visible material constituting the garment.
EN 343: protective clothing against rain.
The fabrics are classified according to 2 criteria: the level of impermeability and the breathability of the garment.
￼EN 342: protective clothing against cold.
This standard defines the thermal insulation characteristics of protective clothing against cold at temperatures below 5 ° c.