The PPE has been designed using the essential safety and health prescribed by Directive 89/686/EEC transposed by Legislative Decree no. 475/92, as amended, and in such a way as to be in compliance with UNI EN ISO 13688:2013 on the general requirements for protective clothing.
The PPE is designed so that, in the foreseeable conditions of use, can provide adequate protection to the user and can be classified according to Directive 89/686/EEC in the second category and according to the standard of your products, the resulting performance the evidence to which the prototypes were subjected.
Such benefits are indicated by the pictogram and its indexes to it side by side, determinants on the basis of instructions given in product standards to which the PPE is compliant.
The label (that measures 5,5 x 10,8 cm) bearing the CE marking can be fixed inside the garment. The characters and pictograms are red on black and resistant to the washing cycles indicated.
The font sizes are larger than 2 mm and the dimensions of the written EC are greater than 5 mm. The specific size of the garment will be placed on a separate label.
Protection against rain UNI EN 343/2008: performance levels x
class refers to the impermeability of the garment (class 1 to 3)
UNI EN 20471: this standard specifies the requirements for high visibility clothing so that all people who work in low-light conditions, both during the day and during the night, are always visible. The fluorescent fabric ensures great visibility in daylight, while the reflective strips provide high visibility at night. The clothing is divided into 3 classes, where class 3 is the most luminescent. Putting together two garments of class 2 (eg. Trousers + jacket) is equivalent to class 3. The items in the collection are made using U-POWER 3M™ reflective 8910 according to class 2 for reflective materials. x
classification of area covered of the retro-reflective background material (see table 1, class 1 to 3)y
classification of retro-reflective material (class 1 to 2)
The standard specifies requirements and tests methods for the performance of each individual item of clothing for the protection of the body from cooling in cold environments. This standard does not involve specific requirements for headpieces, shoes, or gloves for local protection from cooling. This standard establishes the requirements for the individual protection clothing to be used at temperatures of -5° C and above.
This standard applies to any gloves to protect the hands against convective and contact cold. Protection against cold is expressed by a pictogram followed by a series of 3 performance levels, relating to specific protective qualities.
EN 420 General requirements and test methods - Protective gloves
Protection for: machining surface only, manipulation diluted detergent solutions with low action, handling of small components slightly hot (max 50°C), outdoor activity winter with average temperatures (max 0°C).
Protection from physical and mechanical hazards caused by abrasion, sharp objects, tear and perforation.
In case of entanglement would be appropriate that the tear resistance of the glove was as low as possible so as to free the operator easily. "0"= the glove did not pass the test / "X" = the glove has not been proven.