Protective Textiles

  •  Heat and Flame

  •  Welding and allied processes

  •  High Visibility Warning Cloths

  •  Rain

  •  Antistatic Properties

  •  Thermal risk of an electrical arc

  •  Fire fighters

  •  Rescue Service Personnel

  •  Cool Environment

  •  Cold

  •  Chemical

  •  Radioactive Contamination

  •  Chemicals

  •  Entanglement with moving parts

Protective Gloves

  •  Against Chemicals and Micro Organism (EN 374)

  •  For Welders (EN 12477)

  •  Against Mechanical & Thermal Risk (EN 388, EN 407)

  •  For Fire Fighters (EN 659)

Protective Clothing for:

  • Workers exposed to Heat & Flame  (EN 531, EN ISO 11612)

  • Use in welding and allied processes   (EN 470-1, EN ISO 11611)

  • Fire Fighters  (EN 469, EN 1486, ISO 11613, EN 13911)

  • Rescue service personal (GUV-R 2106)

  • High Visibility Warning Cloths  (EN 471, EN 1150)

Protective Clothing against:

  • Rain (EN 343)

  • Thermal risk of an electrical Arc (ENV 50354, IEC 61482-1-2)

  • Cold (EN 342)

  • Environment  (EN 14058)

 

  • Chemical Protective Clothing: Type 3,4,5,6 (EN 14605, EN ISO 13982-1, EN 13034)

  • Protective clothing against Radioactive contamination (EN 1073-2)

  • Protective clothing – Antistatic Properties (EN 1149- Series)

  • Protective clothing for use where there is risk of entanglement with moving parts  (EN 510)

Protection against Heat and Flame  (EN ISO 11612:2008)

General Requirements

  • Heat Resistance (at 180oC) : as per ISO17493

  •  Heat Resistance (at 260oC) : as per ISO17493

  •  Limited Flame Spread- Face ignition as per ISO 15025, Pro. A

  •  Limited Flame Spread-Edge ignition as per ISO 15025, Pro. B

  •  Dimensional Change due to cleaning: as per ISO 5077

  •  Tensile Strength: as per ISO 13934-1

  •  Tear Strength: as per ISO 13937-2

  •  Bursting Strength : as per ISO 13938-1

  •  Seam Strength : as per ISO 13935-2

  •  Resistance to Water Penetration (Optional) as per EN 343

  •  Water-Vapor Resistance (Optional) as per EN 343

  •  Fat Content (only for leather) as per 4048

  •  pH value : as per ISO 3071

  •  Chromium Content (only for leather)

PROTESTING AGAINST HEAT AND FLAME (EN ISO 11612:2008)

Heat transmission performance requirements

  • Convective Heat (Code B) – as per ISO 9151

  • Radiant Heat (Code C) – as per ISO 6942

  • Molten aluminum Splash (Code D)- as per ISO 9185

  • Molten Iron Splash (Code E) – as per ISO 9185

  • Contact Heat (Code F) – as per ISO 12127

  • Thermal Effect of an electric arc event  (optional)

  •  Whole garment testing for prediction of injury by burns  (Optional)

Protective clothing for Welding and Allied processes (EN ISO 11611:2007)

General Safety Requirements

  • Tensile Strength : as per ISO 13934-1

  • Tear Strength: as per ISO 13937-2

  • Bursting Strength : as per ISO 13938-1

  • Seam Strength : as per ISO 13935-2

  • Dimensional Change due to cleaning: as per ISO 5077

  • Leather Fat content : as per ISO 4048

  • Limited Flame Spread- Face ignition as per ISO 15025, Pro.A

  • Limited Flame Spread- Edge ignition as per ISO 15025, Pro B

  • Impact of Splatter as per ISO 9150

  • Radiation Heat Transfer : as per ISO 6942

  • Electrical Resistance : as per EN 1149-2

  • pH value : as per ISO 3071

  • Cr(VI) Content in leather as per ISO 17025

High Visibility Clothing  (EN 471:2008)

Requirement for Background and combined material

  • Colour Performance Requirement

  • Colour performance after Xenon test

  • Colour Fastness

  •    Rubbing

  •    Perspiration

  •    Colour fastness to laundry, dry-cleaning, Hypochlorite   bleached and hot pressing

  • Dimensional Changes

  •  Mechanical Properties

  •  Tensile Strength

  •  Bursting Strength

  •  Tear Strength

  •  Water Vapor Resistance

HIGH VISIBILITY CLOTHING  EN 471:2008

Requirement for Retro reflective & combined performance Material

Retro reflective Performance

Retro reflective Performance after

  •  Abrasion

  •  Flexing

  •  Folding at cold Temperature

  •  Temperature Variation

  •  Washing

  •  Dry Cleaning

  •  Influence of Rainfall