CE Category I

Simple Design - Suitable only for non-hazardous applications.

CE Category II

Intermediate Design - reversible risks. Products are type examined by an approved body where they examine the manufacturers’ technical specifications and conduct tests for the relevant standards to ascertain their conformity and/or performance.

CE Category III

For protection against potentially hazardous or life-threatening risks, for example in activities where toxic or highly corrosive chemicals are handled. The PPE must meet the standards set out for this category. Its compliance is not only certified but also checked by a notified body, the reference number of which is located below the CE logo.

BS EN 1073-2:2002

Protective clothing against radioactive contamination. Requirements and test methods for non-ventilated protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination

BS EN 1149-1:1996
Protective clothing (Surface resistivity of). Workwear that passes this standard has been deemed to have specific Electrostatic dissipative properties. Wearers must still make sure they are properly earthed.

BS EN 1149-5:2008
Protective clothing (Surface resistivity of). Workwear that passes this standard has been deemed to have specific Electrostatic dissipative properties. Wearers must still make sure they are properly earthed.

BS EN 13034:2005+A1:2009
Protective clothing against liquid chemicals. Performance requirements for chemical protective clothing offering limited protective performance against liquid chemicals (Type 6 and Type PB [6] equipment)

BS EN 14605: 2005
Performance requirements for clothing with liquid-tight seams (with subtest EN463 pass = Type 3; or with subtest EN468 pass = Type 4)

BS EN ISO 13982-1:2004+A1:2010
Protective clothing for use against solid particulates. Performance requirements for chemical protective clothing providing protection to the full body against airborne solid particulates (Type 5 clothing)

BS EN 14126:2003
Protective clothing. Performance requirements and tests methods for protective clothing against infective agents including Viruses, Bacteria, Blood bourne pathogens and other body fluids

BS EN ISO 11612:2015
BS EN ISO 11612:2015. Protective clothing. Clothing to protect against heat and flame. Minimum performance requirements

Type 6 Protective Clothing
Protects against hazardous limited splash of liquid chemicals and aerosol spray

Type 5 Protective Clothing
Protects against hazardous solid particles e.g. asbestos, anthrax powders etc.

Type 4 Protective Clothing
Protects against Heavy Shower of Liquid chemicals

Type 3 Protective Clothing
Protects against pressurised directional Jets of Liquid chemicals – weak spots of seams specifically targeted to withstand jets of liquid chemicals without inward leakage.

 

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