Performance requirements for protective clothing against fire (fire, heat, mechanical and chemical properties...).
Performance requirements for clothing worn during the struggle against the wildfires (fire, heat; ergonomic and comfort).
Clothes for wildfires are not designed for fighting structural fires.
These standards specify the performance requirements to fire, heat (radiant, connective and contact) and significant projections of molten metals. They do not apply to structural fires.
This standard is used to validate the characteristics of fluorescent and retroreflective fabrics as well as minimum visible surfaces of material constituting the clothing.
Fabrics are classified according to 2 criteria: the level of impermeability and breathability of the clothing.
This standard defines the thermal insulation characteristics of the protective clothing against cold (temperatures below 5°C).
Requirements for protective clothing dissipating static electricity to prevent the occurrence of sparks that can cause fires or explosions.
Requirements for waterproof clothing that protects against accidental exposure to small amounts of some hazardous chemicals, projected or sprayed.
This standard defines the requirements for protection against small molten metal splashes.
This standard sets the characteristics of materials and clothing protecting the wearer against the risks associated with arcing. 2 protection categories are available: 4kA or 7kA.