Standards

REGOLAMENTO REACH

EUROPEAN REGULATION PROHIBITING THE USE OF CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES THAT ARE HARMFUL TO HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN TEXTILE DYEING AND FINISHING PROCESSES.

UNI EN 1149-5: 2008

THIS STANDARD IS THE OFFICIAL VERSION OF THE EUROPEAN STANDARD EN 1149-5. THE STANDARD SPECIFIES THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE MATERIALS USED TO MANUFACTURE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING THAT MUST DISSIPATE ELECTROSTATIC CHARGES IN ORDER TO AVOID SHOCKS THAT CAN TRIGGER SPARKS.

MARCATURA CE

THE CE MARK GUARANTEES THAT THE GARMENT COMPLIES WITH THE RELEVANT UNI STANDARDS, IN PARTICULAR THE EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE ON PPE 89/686/EEC AND THE GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING UNI EN 340:04 RECENTLY REPLACED BY UNI EN ISO 13688:13.

OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100

THE OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 IS A UNIQUE STANDARD OF CERTIFICATION AND CONTROL IN THE FIELD OF RAW TEXTILE MATERIALS AND SEMI-FINISHED AND FINISHED TEXTILE PRODUCTS IN ALL STAGES OF PROCESSING, WHICH ALLOWS THOSE PRODUCTS THAT DO NOT POSE ANY HEALTH RISK TO THE CONSUMER TO BE IDENTIFIED.

EN ISO 13688:2013

THE GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ERGONOMICS, AGEING, SIZES AND LABELLING OF PROTECTIVE CLOTHING ARE REGULATED. THE GARMENTS MUST BE DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED TO ENSURE THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF COMFORT TO THE WEARER. THE COMPONENTS AND MATERIALS USED MUST NOT CAUSE UNDESIRED EFFECTS ON THE USER, SUCH AS ALLERGIES, IRRITATIONS OR INJURIES. THE RANGE OF SIZES MUST BE REPRESENTATIVE OF BODY MEASUREMENTS.

UNI EN ISO 11612:2015

THE STANDARD SPECIFIES THE PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR GARMENTS MADE OF FLEXIBLE MATERIALS THAT ARE DESIGNED TO PROTECT THE WEARER’S BODY FROM HEAT AND / OR FLAME.