CE Standard

CE Standard (EU)

CE Standards for protective clothing

Protective clothing is designed to resist various hazardous situations. Regulation (EU) 2016/425 indicates the categories of risk against which PPE is intended to protect users.

Chemical protective clothing complies with Category III, which includes exclusively the risks that may cause very serious consequences such as death or irreversible damage to health. And the requested certification enumerate on the following explanation.

TYPE 3 EN 14605

Type 3 Liquid Tight Suits

Suits which can protect against strong and directional jets of a liquid chemical such as spray from a burst pipe under pressure. Requires a barrier fabric and sealed seams.

TYPE 4 EN 14605

Type 4 Spray Tight Suits

Suits which can protect against saturation of liquid chemical, where the volume of the liquid builds up on the suit forming pools, resulting in rivulets. Requires a barrier fabric and sealed seam.

TYPE 5 EN ISO 13982-1

Type 5 Dry Particle Suits

Suits for protection against hazardous dry particles.

TYPE 6 EN 13034

Type 6 Reduced Spray Suits

Suits for protection against light spray and splashes of liquid chemicals where there is no directional spray or build up of liquid on the suit, but there may be a fine mist of droplets in the atmosphere.

EN 1149-5

Anti-Stastic

Electrostatic dissipative protective clothing with a surface resistance of maximum 2.5 X 10 exp 9 ohms.

EN 1073-2

Against radioactive Contamination

Protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination.

EN 14126

Against biological hazards

Protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination.

EN ISO 14116

Against limited flame spray protection

Limited flame spray materials, material assemblies, and clothing.

DIN 32781

Against pesticides

Suits for protection against pesticides.

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