Fastening with zip under adhesive flap (top and bottom opening).
Elasticated waist and ankles.
Individual airtight pack.
Non woven Deltatek® 5000 microporous laminate 63 g/m².
REGULATION (EU) 2016/425
EN ISO 13688:2013 General requirements for protective clothing.
Reference standard, not for use alone, but only in association with another standard containing the protection performance requirements. This standard specifies general performance requirements for ergonomics, innocuousness, size designation, durability, ageing, compatibility and marking of protective clothing and the information to be supplied by the manufacturer with the protective clothing.
EN13034:2005+A1:2009 Performance requirements for chemical protective clothing offering limited protective performance against liquid chemicals (Type 6 equipment)
Limited protection against liquid chemicals + biological protection Type6B
Requirements for chemical protection clothing offering limited performance against liquid chemical products (type 6 equipment), including clothing for partial body protection (type PB). This standard sets out the minimum requirements for limited use and reusable, limited performance, chemical protective clothing. Limited use chemical protective clothing is intended for use in cases of a potential exposure to light sprays, liquid aerosols or low-pressure, low-volume splashes, against which a complete liquid permeation barrier (at the molecular level) is not required.
EN ISO 13982-1:2004+A1:2010 Protective clothing for use against solid particulates - Type 5 clothing
Protection against dust (asbestos) + biological protection Type 5B
EN14126:2003+AC:2004 Protective clothing - Performance requirements and tests methods for protective clothing against infective agents
This standard specifies the requirements and test methods concerning reusable protective clothing for limited use providing protection against infective agents. Associated with standards for protective clothing against chemical products, the letter B is added after the garment type. Examples: TYPE 6-B / TYPE 5-B / TYPE 4-B / TYPE 3-B
EN1073-2:2002 Protective clothing against radioactive contamination. Requirements and test methods for non-ventilated protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination.
Radioactivité - Facteur de protection 5 - Classe 1
This standard specifies the requirements and test methods for non ventilated protective clothing against radioactive contamination in the form of particles. Clothing of this type is designed only to protect the body, the arms and the legs of the wearer, but it may be used with accessories that protect other parts of the wearer’s body (for example, boots, gloves, respiratory protective device - APR). The garments are classified according to their nominal protection factor (ratio between the concentration of test particles in the ambient atmosphere and the concentration of test particles inside the garment), determined in relation to the total inward leakage (ratio between the concentrations of test particles insider the garment and inside the test chamber). The classes are as follows:
EN1149-5:2008 Electrostatic properties - Part 5: Material performance and design requirements
t50 <4s or S> 0.2 by method 2 ( charging by induction) of EN1149-3
This European Standard specifies requirements for materials and the design of protective electrostatic dissipation clothing used in conjunction with a grounded system in order to prevent incendiary discharges. WARNING: These requirements may be insufficient in oxygen enriched flammable environments. This standard is not applicable for protection against mains voltages. The control of undesirable static electricity on the person is often necessary. The electrostatic potential may, indeed, have serious consequences on the charged individual, because it can be high enough to cause dangerous sparks. After a risk assessment, the wearing of protective electrical dissipation clothing may be necessary. The use of clothing certified according to EN1149-5 is then adapted. The ATEX Directive 1999/92/EC, in its Annex II-A-2. 3, requests that workers be equipped with work clothes made of materials that do not produce electrostatic discharges that can ignite explosive environments. The electrostatic potential can also affect equipment sensitive to electric discharge. And antistatic clothing are often used on electronic manufacturing sites, assembling semiconductors for example. Finally, they are used on sites with controlled atmospheres such as automotive paint workshops, to avoid the emission of particles that may be deposited on the body paint. The antistatic charge dissipation can be provided by a process limiting the build up of charge, or by adding carbon or metal wires. People wearing protective electrostatic charge dissipation clothing must always be grounded with a resistance of less than 108Ω, for example, by wearing appropriate footwear such as the safety shoes stated in EN ISO 20345, or by other suitable means.