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                    Hand protection      C-1

                     Body protection     D-1

              Fall arrester protection   E-1

                     Foot protection     F-1

                                Index    G-1


                                                     SAFETY HELMET                                          DISPOSABLE BREATHING PROTECTION
                                                  HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF ?                                 HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF ?
                                                 To choose the correct safety helmet                        To choose the correct breathing protection.
                                               ◗ To identify the risk: falling bumps or combined risks      ◗ Identify the type of risk: dust, fume, …
                                                (hearing protection and face protection).                   ◗ Identify the toxic product
                                             The safety helmet has three functions:                         ◗ Locate and record toxicity (concentration))
                                            ◗ Antipenetration for an effective protection of the skull.     ◗ Compare with the AVE/VLE
                                           ◗ Shock absorber thanks to the cap and the harness which         ◗ Determine the type of filter (P1, P2 or P3)
                                            absorb the shocks.                                              This step must take the environment of the exposed working station in consi-
                                         ◗ Deflector thanks to a suitable design which makes it possi-      deration (moisture, temperature...)
                                         ble to deflect the fall of an object from the top of the head.

                                      There is in addition a selection of accessories which offers a face
                                     and hearing protection..                                               RESPIRATORY MASKS
                                   STANDARDS                                                                Respiratory masks gives you a protection against the respiratory attacks : dust,
                                  EN397 : PROTECTIVE HELMETS FOR INDUSTRY                                   aerosols, fume or gas.
                                 Each helmet must bear a moulded or printed marking: the existing
                                European standard number, the name or reference mark of the manu-           HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF ?
                              facturer identification, the quarter and year of manufacture, the helmet      To choose the correct respiratory apparatus (half-mask or complete mask com-
                             type, the size or size range. The instructions or recommendations of ad-       posed of one or two cartridges).
                            justment, assembly, use, cleaning, disinfection, maintenance and storage        ◗ Identify the type of risk: dust, fume, gas, vapors,…
                           are specified in the instructions of use.                                        ◗ Identify the toxic product
                                                                                                            ◗ Locate and record its toxicity (concentration)
                          EN812 : BUMP CAPS FOR INDUSTRY                                                    ◗ Compare with the AVE/LVE
                         They are essentially intended for inside use. A bump cap is not intended to        ◗ Determine the type of filters: With, B, C, K and its class 1, 2, 3
                         protect against the effects of falling objects and must not under any circums-
                         tances replace a protective industrial helmet.                                     This step must hold account of the environment of the exposed place (mois-
                                                                                                            ture, temperature...)

                         HEARING PROTECTION                                                                 THE CHOICE OF A FILTER
                                                                                                            Each filter or cartridge is identified with a colour code.
                         HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF ?
                         To choose the correct product for hearing protection.                              Example for a filter ABEK + P :
                         ◗ Identify the nature of the noise: stable, fluctuating, intermittent, pulse.
                         ◗ Measure the noise at the working station: intensity (dB) and volume (Hz).
                         ◗ Calculate the attenuation necessary to return on an acceptable ambient level
                           (80-85 dB).
                                                                                                                                           Filter use chart
                                                                                                             Gas and       Colour    Types of protection
                         The correct ear defender is the one which allows voice noise (Low intensity)        vapour         code
Technical informations

                         to pass and reduces the intense noise to a reasonable scale (ranging between
                         75x80 dB).                                                                          Type A                  Protects from organic gases and vapours whose boiling point
                                                                                                                                     is > 65°C (solvents and hydrocarbons).
                         The workplace noise should be measured and the SNR (Standard Noise Re-              Type B                  Protects from inorganic gases and vapours, except for carbon
                         duction) used as a simple element of selection.                                                             monoxide.
                         STANDARDS                                                                           Type E                  Protects from sulphur dioxide and some acid vapours and
                         EN352: EXIGENCES OF SAFETY AND TESTS                                                                        gases.
                         EN352-1: the head-fasteners                                                         Type K                  Protects from ammoniac and some amine derivatives.
                         EN352-2: the earplugs
                         EN352-3: the adjustable head fasteners for the SAFETY HELMETS in industry.
                         These standards establish requirements in regards to the manufacture, the                                  Dust and aerosol filters
                         design, performances and test methods. They stipulate the putting at disposal
                         relative to the characteristics.                                                    Type          Colour Protection
                         EN458: HEARING PROTECTION                                                           P1                      Protects from coarse solid particles without specific
                         Recommandations for selection, use and maintenance.                                                         toxicity (calcium carbonate).
                                                                                                             P2                      Protects from solid and/or liquid aerosols warned to be
                                                                                                                                     hazardous or irritating (silica, sodium carbonate) .
                                                                                                             P3                      Protects from toxic solid and/or liquid aerosols (beryl-
                                                                                                                                     lium - radioactive particles).


           Filter absorption class for gases and vapours                           EN405 : filtering half-masks fitted with valves and anti-gas filters or
 Class 1 : Low capacity filter                                                     compound filters.
           (pollutant concentration < 0.1% or 1000 ppm).                           It specifies the tests in laboratory to check the conformity with resistance to
                                                                                   handling and wear, reistance to impacts, to flame and with respiratory.
 Class 2 : Average capacity filter
           (pollutant concentration < 0.5% or 5000 ppm)
 Class 3 : High capacity filter
           (pollutant concentration < 0.1% or 10 000 ppm).
                                                                                   SAFETY EYEWEAR
 ppm :      concentration in parts per million.                                    Safety eyewear provide protection from spray and spatter from particles,
                                                                                   liquids and dust, and from chemical product fumes and radiation.

                                                                                   HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF?
GLOSSARY                                                                           Select the most suitable protective glasses or shields
Dusts : solid particles suspended in the air.                                      ◗ Identify the type of risk: spray, radiation, other, …
Fumes : small particles suspended in the air.                                      ◗ Determine the type of protection: spectacles-type safety glasses, goggles,
Aerosols and aqueous fogs : small droplets produced during pulverization.            face mask, cover goggles, …
AVE (Average Value of Exposure) : it corresponds to the concentration              ◗ Note the protective features: scratch-resistant, fog-resistant, tinted, …
measured over one reference period (one day of 8h for example). If the AVE         ◗ Select the type of eye-piece: one-piece or double lens
exceeds the concentration to which any individual can be exposed without           ◗ Choose the frame type: design, classical, …
running any risk for his health, a protection is necessary. The AVE is indicated
on the card of toxicity of the handled products.                                   STANDARDS
LVE (Limit Value Exposure) : it is the measured concentration over a maxi-         EN166 : applies to all types of individual protection of the eye which protects
mum time of 15 minutes that it is advisable not to exceed.                         from hazards likely to damage the eye, except for nuclear radiation, x-rays, laser
                                                                                   emissions and infrared emitted by low-temperature sources. Does not apply
STANDARDS                                                                          to eye protection for which separate standards exist (anti-laser eye protection,
The main standards concerning the respiratory apparatuses                          sunglasses for general use,…).

EN136 : overall masks                                                              Symbol meaning
It contains laboratory tests and pratical performance tests to check the confor-   S : Increased robustness : steel ball of 22 mm diameter at 5.1 m/s
mity with resistance to temperature, to impacts, to flame, to thermal radiation,   F : Low energy impact : steel ball of 6 mm diameter at 45 m/s
to traction, resistance to cleansers and disinfectants. Furthermore, the visual    B : Medium energy impact : steel ball of 6 mm diameter at 120 m/s
inspection must concern the marking and the manufacturer information’s             A : High energy impact : steel ball of 6 mm diameter at 190 m/s
guide.                                                                             3 : Liquid resistance (droplets or splashes)
                                                                                   4 : Large dust particles resistance (size of > 5 μm)
EN140 : half-masks and quarter-masks                                               5 : Gas and fine dust particles resistance (size < 50 μm)
It contains laboratory tests and pratical performance tests to check the confor-   8 : Short circuit electric arc resistance
mity with resistance to impacts, to cleaners and disinfectants, to temperature,    9 : Resistance to splashes of molten metal and penetration of hot solids
to flame and respiratory resistance.                                               T : High speed particles at extremes temperatures
                                                                                   N : Resistance to fogging of oculars
EN14387 : gas filters and compound filters                                         K : Resistance to surface damage by fine particles (anti-scratch)
It contains laboratory tests to check the conformity with resistance to impacts,
to temperature, to humidity and corrosive atmospheres, and with mechanical         EN175 : Specifications for the safety requirements for eye and face protection
and respiratory resistance.                                                        equipment for welding and related techniques.

EN143 : filters against particles
It contains laboratory tests to check the conformity with resistance to impacts,
to temperature, to humidity and corrosive atmospheres and with mechanical
and respiratory resistance.

EN149 : filtering half-masks
It contains laboratory tests to check the conformity with resistance to impacts,
to cleansers and disinfectants, to temperature, to flame and with respiratory
                        Classification of the filters
 Class                                               FFP1     FFP2      FFP3
 Minimum efficiency %                                78 %     92 %      98 %
 Total inward leakage                                22 %      8%       2%
 Filter efficiency of the filtering medium           80 %     94 %      99 %
 Nominal protection factor                            4.5      12.5     50
 Mean Exposure Value (MEV)                            4X      10 X      20 X


                          FILTERS                                                                                                                EN169 : Covers filters for welding and related techniques.

                         Special filters can eliminate certain parts of light and a high proportion of the
                         electro-magnetic spectrum (ultraviolet rays, infrared rays…).

                         THE ELECTRO-MAGNETIC SPECTRUM
                         Lens treatment
                         Scratch-resistant coating on the lens protects the lens from abrasion, thus pro-
                         longing lens lifetime. Anti-fog treatment keeps the glasses from fogging up
                         when subjected to rapid temperature changes.

                                                                    Ultra-violet spectrum                        Visible light spectrum                            Infra-red radiation zone
                                                                          radiation                              Violet-blue-green-yellow-orange-red

                                                                                                                                                                       Near-IR                   Mid-IR

                                                                                   UV-C       UV-B UV-A

                                                            0 nm         100        300
                                                                                    200                    400        500          600        700        800                             1 400                       2 000
                                                                                  280                    380        480                                780
                                                               In Nanometers: nm.     315                                 Blue light zone

                                                                                                         Risks to the eye from harmful radiation
                          ZONE                   WAVE LENGTH                          ENVIRONMENT                                                                               EYESIGHT DAMAGE
                          UV-A                   315 - 380 nm                         Outdoor work                                                                              Eye fatigue, partial blindness, cataract. Sunshine
                          UV-B                   280 - 315 nm                         Sunlight. Industrial environment.                                                         Cataract. Welder flash. Arc flash.
                                                                                      Black light tests.
                          UV-C                   100 - 280 nm                          Industrial environment. Arc welding.                                                     Cornea or crystalline lesions. Loss of eyesight.
                          Blue                   400 - 480 nm                         Industrial environment.                                                                   Retinal lesions. Loss of eyesight.
                          Light                                                       Computer work (fatigue, VDU).                                                             Blurring degeneration (age).
                                                                                      Electrical installations. Outdoor work                                                    Retinitis pigmentosis.
                          Infra-red              780 - 1400 nm                        Electric welding.                                                                         Retinal lesions
                                                 (near IR).                           Molten work (glassmaking, steel production).                                              Blurring degeneration (age).
                                                 1400 - 2000 nm                       Micro-wave processes. Sunlight                                                            Retinitis pigmentosis (near-IR).
Technical informations

                                                 (IR mid).                                                                                                                      Crystalline and cornea lesions (mid-IR).

                                                 Recommended use of different grade numbers for arc welding according to standards EN169 / EN175
                                                                                                                                  A Current amperage
                          Process                                                          1.5     6      10      15     30       40 60 70 100 125                   150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 450 500 600
                          MMA                                                                                     8                          9       10                   11             12             13            14
                          MAG                                                                                      8                           9     10                      11                12               13        14
                          TIG                                                                            8                           9            10                   11                12       13
                          MIG (heavy metals)                                                                                  9                                     10              11         12        13        14
                          MIG (light metals)                                                                                        10                                           11         12       13      14
                          Arc air gouging                                                                                           10                                         11       12         13       14         15
                          Plasma cutting                                                                                             9                            10 11              12            13
                          Micro plasma welding                                                4           5               6          7          8          9        10             11          12
                         This table is valid under normal conditions of use, in which the distance between the eye of the user and the mass of molten metal is approx. 50 cm and average light is approx. 100 lux.


                               LATEX AND                                              HIGH PERFORMANCE
                              SYNTHETIC GLOVES                                        TEXTILE FIBRE
                           USING VENITEX GLOVES TO PROTECT                                               KEVLAR® TECHNOLOGY
                         AGAINST CHEMICAL ATTACKS                                                        Outstanding protection against cuts and heat.
                        The resistance indexes shown on the table p. 134 help                            Kevlar® is the para-aramid fibre from DuPont de Nemours
                       you evaluate the resistance capacities of each material.                          which combines both lightness and extremely high tena-
                     However, keep in mind the duration the product is han-                              city. For a given weight, Kevlar® is five times more resistant
                   dled – for the same type of protection may not be required                            than steel.
                  depending on whether there is extended or intermittent                                 Characteristics : Kevlar® fibre gloves are 3 times more re-
                 handling.                                                                               sistant to cuts than cotton gloves and 5 times more resis-
                Systematically check glove performance after the glove has                               tant than leather gloves.
               been used in conditions which could alter its use. Two main                               • Burns between 425°C and 475°C.
              types of damage can occur :                                                                • Does not melt.
             ◗ Deterioration : the glove deteriorates and loses its physical cha-                        • Self-extinguishing (cannot burn without outside addition
             racteristics. Generally, it hardens or softens.                                               of fuel).
          ◗ Permeation : Although the glove does not show any porosity                                   • Dimensional stability, excellent heat stability (low shrin-
           or defects, the chemical product can gradually pass through the                                 kage).
          glove, and your hands could come into contact with a potentially                               • Good chemical stability.
         hazardous product.                                                                              Strong points :
                                                                                                         • Very soft to the touch, comfortable, washable,
      GLOVES AND FOOD COMPATIBILITY                                                                      good dexterity.
            The European laws apply, in particular the Framework Directive
            89/109/EEC and Directive 90/128/EEC which concern plastic ob-             KEVLAR® CLEAN TECHNOLOGY
  jects and materials to be used in contact with food products. This directive        Continuous 100% Kevlar® LF fibre made by DuPont.
 provides an exhaustive list of the monomers and other additives which are            Improved mechanical resistance.
authorized for use in the production of plastic objects and materials.                Better resistance to abrasion.
Within this framework, tests on the global movement of glove components               No linting (few surface fibrils).
moving towards food simulants such as 95° alcohol, aqueous simulants and              Excellent performance after being washed.
olive oil are performed to verify that such moving remains within the                 Long lifetime.
defined limits :
◗ Global moving limit: plastic (PVC) must not transmit its components to              DYNEEMA®
 food in quantities over 10 mg/ dm2 of the surface area of the material or            This high tenacity polyethylene fibre, a petrochemical by-product, has outs-
 the item.                                                                            tanding mechanical characteristics (abrasion and cuts) and withstands a wide
◗ Specific moving limit: For certain types of additives, a specific moving limit is   range of chemical products. It resists cleaning products.
  stipulated in the directive.                                                        A registered trademark of the DSM company.

Examples of equivalences between food simulants and foods :                           THE EUROPEAN STANDARDS
◗ Distilled water for eggs, honey, milk, etc.                                         In order to be approved for Category II ranking, protective gloves are subject to
◗ Acetic acid for acid foodstuffs such as certain processed fruits and                standardized requirements.
  vegetables.                                                                         They must meet the general requirements contained in EN420, which are as
◗ Ethanol for alcoholic foodstuffs such as beer, cider, etc.                          follows :
◗ Olive oil for fatty foodstuffs.                                                     • Conform to harmlessness (pH, chrome VI levels, etc…)
                                                                                      • Conform to the size charts (see table below))
                                                                                      • Pass the dexterity test (adapting the product to the work station)
                                                                                      • Conform to the labeling, information and identification instructions

TEXTILE GLOVES                                                                                              Sizes as per standard EN420
                                                                                           Glove          Fits                    Hand                   Minimal
THE NEEDLE GAUGE (OR THE WIDTH OF THE                                                       size        Hand size             dimensions (mm)             glove
STITCH)                                                                                                                    Palm        Length            length
The needle is the main instrument on the knitting ma-                                                                 circumference
chines. The needle hook and latch takes the thread and                                       6                6             152           160               220
makes the stitches by knotting the thread. The gauge re-                                     7                7             178           171               230
presents the number of needles in 1 English inch, which                                      8                8             203           182               240
is 2.54 centimeters. The higher the gauge, the finer the glove, and the better               9                9             229           192               250
the dexterity and the sensitivity. The lower the gauge the thicker the glove, and
                                                                                             10              10             254           204               260
the better the protection provided by the product.
                                                                                             11              11             279           215               270
Recommendation : The objective is to reach a good trade-off between the
risk to be protected against and the desired dexterity. With a 13 or 10 gauge
glove (13 and 10 needles in 1 inch), the hand is protected yet can still write,
for example.


                                                                                                    STANDARDIZED LABELING/IDENTIFICATION
                               SIZE MEASURING                                                       All our products meet the requirements in directive 89/686/CEE. Each is clearly
                                                                                                    identified by a standardized label, on which you will see :
                           CHECK YOUR SIZE :
                           Place your hand as shown on the drawing, with the red line between the   - our Venitex® brand ;
                           thumb and the index finger. Read your size to the right of your hand.    - the logo ;
                                                                                                    - the product reference ;
                                                                                                    - the size ;
                                                                                                    - an information tag indicating that instructions (in a minimum of 7 languages)
                                                                                                      are available for the product ;
                                                                                                    - the standardization pictogram(s) with their performance ratings
                                                                                                    And of course the data sheet for the product and the statement of complian-
                                                                                                    ce are available by simple request and on line 24 hours/day on our Web site:

                                                                                                    MECHANICAL RISKS
                                                                                                    The EN388 standard applies to all types of protective gloves with respect to
                                                                                                    physical and mechanical aggression from abrasion, cutting from slicing, per-
                                                                                                    foration and tearing.

                                                                                                            Mechanical risks:
                                                                                                            Standard EN388
                                                                                                    PERFORMANCE LEVELS               REQUIREMENTS
                                                                                                    0 to 4 0 to 5 0 to 4 0 to 4
                                                                                                                                  d : RESISTANCE TO PERFORATION :
                                                                                                                                  Force required to pierce the sample with a standardized punch.
                                                                                                                       c : RESISTANCE TO TEARING :
                                                                                                                       Maximum force required to tear the sample.
                                                                                                                b : RESISTANCE TO CUTTING WITH A BLADE :
                                                                                                                Number of cycles required to cut the sample at constant speed.
                                                                                                         a : ABRASION RESISTANCE :
                                                                                                         Number of cycles required to damage the sample at constant speed.

                                                                                                                    Test                        Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level4 Level 5
                                                                                                     Abrasion resistance
                                                                                                                                                   100        500        2000        8000          -
                                                                                                     (number of cycles)
                                                                                                     Blade cut resistance (index)                  1,2         2,5        5,0        10,0          20
                                                                                                     Tear resistance (N)                           10          25         50          75            -
                                                                                                     Puncture resistance (N)                       20          60         100        150            -
Technical informations

                                                                                                    FIREMANS RISK
                                                                                                           This standard applies only to protective gloves for firemen, during
                                                                                                           firefighting and search and rescue operations. It stipulates the test
                                                                                                    methods and the minimum performances for these gloves (for example, the
                                                                                                    minimum mechanical resistance levels for the EN388 standard are 2,2,2,2).

                                                                                                    COLD RISK
                                                                                                    The EN511 standard defines the requirements and test methods for cold pro-
                                                                                                    tection gloves from cold transmitted by convection or conduction down to
                                                                                                    - 50°C. This cold can be from climatic conditions or industrial activity.

                                                                                                             Risks from cold :
                                                                                                             Standard EN511
                                                                                                    PERFORMANCE LEVELS                                                   REQUIREMENTS
                                                                                                    0 to 4 0 to 4 0 to 1
                                                                                                                                                               c : IMPERMEABILITY TO WATER
                                                                                                                                                        b : RESISTANCE TO CONTACT COLD
                                                                                                                                                 a : RESISTANCE TO CONVECTIVE COLD


HEAT AND FIRE RISK                                                                             CHEMICAL RISK
EN407                                                                                                  EN374-3
The EN407 standard specifies the test methods, the general requirements, the                           The standard EN374-3 involves determination of the resistance of the
thermal performance and the labeling of gloves to protect from heat and fire.                          materials making up the gloves to permeation by non-gaseous chemi-
It applies to all gloves which must protect hands from heat and/or flames in                   cal products which are potentially hazardous in case of continued contact. Em-
any one or several of the following forms: fire, contact heat, convective heat,                phasis is therefore placed on the fact that this test does not take into account
radiating heat, small spray of molten metal or large spray of melting metal.                   conditions which are likely to be encountered in actual working conditions.
                                                                                               It is therefore recommended to only use the test results, which have basically
         Heat and fire thermal risks :                                                         relative values, to compare the materials on the basis of the major categories
         Standard EN407                                                                        of passage of time.
0 to 4 0 to 4 0 to 4 0 to 4 0 to 4 0 to 4                                                      In the new version of EN374-3 of 2003: A glove is considered to resist
                                        f : RESISTANCE TO LARGE METLING METAL SPRAY :          chemical products if it obtains a performance index of at least 2 for three
                                         Amount of spray required to cause damage.             test chemical products taken from the list of chemical products below:

                                 e : RESISTANCE TO SMALL MELTING METAL SPRAY :
                                                                                                                           A      Methanol
                                 Amount of spray required to raise the glove to a certain                                  B      Acetone
                                 temperature.                                                                              C      Acetonitrile
                          d : RESISTANCE TO RADIATING HEAT :                                                               D      Dichloromethane
                          Time required to raise to a given temperature level.                                             E      Carbon disulphide
                     c : RESISTANCE TO CONVECTIVE HEAT : Time during which the glove                                       F      Toluene
                     is able to delay the transfer of the heat of a flame.                                                 G      Diethylamine
            b : RESISTANCE TO CONTACT HEAT :                                                                               H      Tetrahydrofuran
            Temperature (within the range of 100°C to 500°C) at which the person                                           I      Ethyl acetate
            wearing the gloves will not feel any pain (for a period of at least 15 seconds).
                                                                                                                           J      n-Heptane
     a : RESISTANCE TO FLAMMABILITY :                                                                                      K      Sodium hydroxide 40 %
     Time during which the material remains lighted and continues to be consumed
     after the ignition source has been eliminated.                                                                        L      Sulphuric acid 96 %

                                                                                               Example of glove VE802 :          EN374-3

                                                                           Threshold time
    Performance level                        temperature
                                                                               second              Measured breakthrough time                       Permeation
                                                                                                             (min.)                              performance level
                 1                               100°C                            ≥15 s
                 2                               250°C                            ≥15 s
                                                                                                               >10                                        1
                 3                               350°C                            ≥15 s                        >30                                        2
                 4                               500°C                            ≥15 s                        >60                                        3
                                                                                                               >120                                       4
WELDERS RISK                                                                                                   >240                                       5
Requirements and test methods for gloves used for manual welding of metals,
                                                                                                               >480                                       6
for cutting and related techniques. Welder gloves are ranked in two types: B
when great dexterity is required, and A for other welding processes.

              The standard EN374-2 specifies a test method for the penetra-
              tion resistance of gloves protecting against chemical products
and/or microorganisms. When the gloves resist penetration, they are tested
according to this part of EN374-2, and they provide an effective barrier against
microbiological risks.


                                                                                                    Natural latex

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Natural latex
                         CHEMICAL RESISTANCE TABLE


                                                                                                                                         PVC Vinyl

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         PVC Vinyl

                         Ammonium acetate                                                                                                            Fluorides
                         Amyl acetate                                                                                                                Formaldehyde)
                         Butyl acetate                                                                                                               Fuels
                         Calcium acetate                                                                                                             Furol (furfural or furaldehyde)
                         Ethyl acetate                                                                                                               Gas-oil
                         Potassium acetate                                                                                                           Glycerin
                         Acetone                                                                                                                     Glycols
                         Crystallisable acetic acid                                                                                                  Animal fats
                         50% acetic anhydride                                                                                                        Mineral greases
                         Concentrated boric acid                                                                                                     Hexane
                         Hydrobromic acid                                                                                                            Peanut oil
                         30% and 5% hydrochloric acid                                                                                                Cutting oils
                         Chromic acid                                                                                                                Diesel oils
                         Citric acid                                                                                                                 Brake oils (lockheed)
                         30% hydrofluoric acid                                                                                                       Lubricating oils
                         90% formic acid                                                                                                             Hydraulic oils (petrol)
                         85% lactic acid                                                                                                             Lard oil
                         20% nitric acid                                                                                                             Linseed oil
                         Oleic acid                                                                                                                  Turnipseed oil
                         Oxalic acid                                                                                                                 Olive oil
                         Carbolic acid                                                                                                               Paraffin oil
                         Phosphoric acid                                                                                                             Wood turpentine
                         Stearic acid                                                                                                                Castor oil
                         Concentrated sulphuric acid                                                                                                 Soybean oil
                         Diluted sulfphuric acid (battery)                                                                                           Turbine oils
                         Tartaric acid                                                                                                               Calcium hydrate
                         Amyl alcohol                                                                                                                Chlorinated lime
                         Benzyl alcohol                                                                                                              Sodium chlorite
                         Butyl alcohol (or n-butanol)                                                                                                Isobutyl ketone
                         Ethyl alcohol (or ethanol)                                                                                                  Kerosene
                         Isobutyl alcohol                                                                                                            Milk and dairy products
                         Methyl alcohol (or methanol)                                                                                                Washing powders
                         Octyl alcohol                                                                                                               Magnesia
                         Acetaldehyde                                                                                                                Fuel oil
                         Benzaldehyde                                                                                                                Methyl acetate
                         30% formaldehyde                                                                                                            Methylamine
                         Concentrated ammonia                                                                                                        Methylaniline
                         Aniline                                                                                                                     Methylcyclopentane
                         Asphalt                                                                                                                     Methyl ethyl ketone
                         Benzene                                                                                                                     Methylformiate
                         Butter                                                                                                                      Methyl isobutyl ketone
                         Beet-root                                                                                                                   Methyl salicylate
                         Potassium bicarbonate                                                                                                       Mono ethanol amine
                         Sodium bicarbonate                                                                                                          Phenyl chloride
                         Bichromate of potash                                                                                                        Naphta
                         Sodium bisulphite                                                                                                           Naphtalene
                         Non-alcoholic beverages                                                                                                     N-butylamine
                         Alcoholic beverages                                                                                                         Nitrate of ammonium
                         Borax                                                                                                                       Calcium nitrate
                         Bromides                                                                                                                    Nitrate of potassium
                         Ammonium carbonate                                                                                                          Sodium nitrate
                         Sodium carbonate                                                                                                            Nitrobenzene
                         Potassium carbonate                                                                                                         Nitropropane
                         Quick lime                                                                                                                  Perfumes and essences
                         Dead lime                                                                                                                   Glyceropthalic paint
                         Chlorine                                                                                                                    Water paint
                         Chloroacetone                                                                                                               Tetrachloroethylene
                         Chloroform                                                                                                                  Potassium manganate
                         Ammonium chloride                                                                                                           Phosphates of calcium
                         Calcium chloride                                                                                                            Potassium phosphates
                         Stannic chloride                                                                                                            Sodium phosphates
                         Methylene chloride                                                                                                          Fish and shellfish
Technical informations

                         Nickel chloride                                                                                                             Potash flakes
                         Potassium chloride                                                                                                          Concentrated laundry potash
                         Sodium chloride                                                                                                             Hair-curling products
                         Creosote                                                                                                                    Petroleum products
                         Cresol                                                                                                                      Polyester resins
                         Potassium cyanide                                                                                                           Shampoos
                         Cyclohexane                                                                                                                 Silicates
                         Cyclohexanol                                                                                                                Soda flakes
                         Cyclohexanon                                                                                                                Concentrated laundry soda
                         Hair bleaching agents                                                                                                       Styrene
                         Weed killers                                                                                                                Potassium sulphate
                         Household detergents                                                                                                        Sodium sulphate
                         Diacetone alcohol                                                                                                           Zinc sulphate
                         Dibutyl ether                                                                                                               Sulphites, bisulphites, hyposulphites
                         Dibutyl phtalate                                                                                                            Dyes (hair dyes)
                         Ethylene dichloride                                                                                                         Carbon tetrachloride
                         Propylene dichloride                                                                                                        THF = tetrahydrofurane
                         Diehanolamine                                                                                                               Toluen
                         Dioctylphtalate                                                                                                             Tributyl phosphate
                         Bleach                                                                                                                      Trichlorethylene
                         Hydrogen peroxide                                                                                                           Tricresyl phosphate
                         Nitrohydrochloric acid                                                                                                      85% triethanolamine
                         Fertilisers                                                                                                                 Trinitrobenzene
                         Turpentine                                                                                                                  Trinitrotoluol
                         Gasoline                                                                                                                    Triphenyl phosphate
                         Petroleum ether                                                                                                             Vinegar and condiments
                         Sulphuric ether (pharmacy)                                                                                                  Poultry
                         Ethylamine                                                                                                                  Petroleum spirit
                         Ethylaniline                                                                                                                Xylene
                         Ethylene glycol                                                                                                             Xylophene
                         Fixing agents
                         Hydraulic fluids (esters)                                                                                                   Very good                    Good                     Average                           Not recommended
                         Calcium fluophosphate
                         This table provides only general information. Be careful ! Glove resistance is influenced by other factors such as temperature, chemical product concentration, thickness, immersion time, and others.
                         For specific use conditions, we recommend testing the glove prior to use.


             ARTICLES                                 CHEMICAL
                    Textile                           PROTECTION CLOTHING
    No treatment.                                             EN13034          PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AGAINST LIQUID
                                                              TYPE 6           CHEMICALS - Requirements for chemical protection
    Moderate treatment.                                                        clothing offering limited performance against liquid
    Very light treatment.                             chemical products (type 6 equipment), including clothing for partial body
                                                      protection (type PB(6)).
                    Washing                           This standard sets out the minimum requirements for limited use and reuseable
    Maximum temperature 95°C. Normal                  limited performance chemical protective clothing. Limited use chemical protec-
    mechanical treatment. Normal temperature          tive clothing is intended for use in cases of a potential exposure to light sprays,
    rinsing. Normal spinning.                         liquid aerosols or low-pressure, low-volume splashes, against which a
    Maximum temperature 95°C. Reduced                 complete liquid permeation barrier (at the molecular level) is not required.
    mechanical treatment. Rinse at gradually
    decreasing temperature. Reduced spinning.                  EN13982-1 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR USE AGAINST SOLID
    Wash by hand. No machine washing. Maxi-                    TYPE 5          PARTICLES - Performance requirements for protective
    mum temperature 40°C. Treat with care.                                     clothing against chemical products offering full body
                                                      protection against air-borne solid particulates (type 5 clothing).
    Do not wash. Treat with care when wet.            This standard sets out the minimum requirements for chemical protection
                                                      clothing resisting penetration of solid particulates suspended in air (type 5).
                    Drying                            This clothing offers full body protection, including the torso, arms and legs,
                                                      such as one or two-piece coveralls, with or without hood or face-shield, with
    Can be dried in rotating drum dryer.              or without foot protection.
    Normal program.
                                                               EN14605        PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AGAINST LIQUID
    Can be dried in rotating drum dryer.                       TYPE 4         CHEMICALS - Requirements for chemical protection
    Moderate, low temperature program
                                                               TYPE 3         clothing with liquid-tight (type 3) or spray-tight (type 4)
                                                      connections, including items providing only partial body protection (types PB
    Do not dry in rotating drum dryer.                (3) and PB (4)).
                                                      This standard sets out the minimum requirements for the following types of
                                                      limited use and re-useable chemical protective clothing :
                                                      - Clothing protecting the full body with liquid-tight connections between the
    Chlorination (chlorine bleach).                     various clothing parts (Type 3 : liquid-tight clothing) ;
                                                      - Clothing protecting the full body with spray-tight connections between the
    Chlorination possible solely in cold, diluted       various clothing parts (Type 4 : spray-tight clothing) ;
    solution.                                         Note: These standards were formerly entitled EN1512 (Type 4) and EN1513
    No chlorination.                                  (Type 3).

    Iron at the maximum iron sole plate               STANDARD          TYPE     CHEMICAL PROTECTION
    temperature of 200°C.                             EN13034             6      Against splashes
    Iron at the maximum iron sole plate               EN13982-1           5      Against dust (asbestos)
    temperature of 150°C.                             EN14605             4      Against mists
    Iron at maximum iron sole plate temperature       EN14605             3      Against sprays
    of 110°C. Steam                                   EN943-1             2      Non gas-tight
    treatment presents risks.                         EN943-1             1      Gas-tight

    Do not iron. Steam treatment is forbidden.
                                                              EN943-2         PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AGAINST LIQUID
               Dry-cleaning                                   TYPE 2          AND GASEOUS CHEMICALS, INCLUDING LIQUID
                                                              TYPE 1          AEROSOLS AND SOLID PARTICLES - Performance
    Dry cleaning. The circle stands for dry-                                  requirements for gastight (Type 1) chemical protective
    cleaning for textile articles (Leather and fur
    articles are excluded). It contains information   suits for emergency teams (ET).
    on the various dry cleaning treatments.           This standard sets out the minimum requirements and test methods for venti-
                                                      lated and non-ventilated chemical protective suits, for limited use and re-usea-
    Dry-cleaning prohibited.                          ble, including items such as gloves and boots.


                         A difference is made between :
                         Type 1 – Gas-tight chemical protective overall…                                                           HEAT PROTECTIVE
                         ◗ 1a: with a breathable air supply independent of the ambient atmosphere,
                           e.g. a self-contained open-circuit compressed air breathing apparatus, worn                             CLOTHING
                           inside the chemical protective suit.
                         ◗ 1b: with a breathable air supply, e.g. a self-contained open-circuit compressed                        FOR USE IN WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES
                           air breathing apparatus, worn outside the chemical protective suit.                                    Marking :
                         ◗ 1c : with breathable air providing positive pressure, air lines for example.                                              This standard sets out the performance requirements
                                                                                                                                    TASOUB Apron
                         Type 2 – Non gas-tight chemical protective overall…                                                                         for protective clothing for use by operators in wel-
                         Chemical protective suit, « non gas-tight », with breathable air providing po-                               EN 470-1       ding and allied processes with comparable risks.
                         sitive pressure.                                                                                                            This type of protective clothing is intended to pro-
                                                                                                                                                     tect the wearer against molten metal splash, short
                                                      EXAMPLES OF APPLICATIONS                                                                       contact with flame and UV radiation. It is intended
                                     Applications                            Risks                      Type of garment                              to be worn at ambient temperature, continuously for
                                  Work Maintenance                         Fouling                 Category I / Non P.P.E.                           up to 8 hours
                                                                   Exposure to hazardous
                                                                                                                 Type 6           PROTECTION AGAINST HEAT AND FLAME
                                  Industrial cleaning             chemical substances and
                                                                                                                 Type 5
                                                                          particles                                               Marking :
                           Asbestos abatement / removal           Inhalation of particles or
                                                                                                                 Type 5
                                                                                                                                                        This standard sets out the performance require-
                                 (dust > 1 micron)                          fibres                                                    HELIAS Parka
                                                                                                                                                        ments for limited flame spread materials and mate-
                            Agriculture and horticulture
                                                                                                                                           EN 533       rial assemblies used in protective clothing. Limited
                                                                     Exposure to harmful                                                                flame spread materials and material assemblies are
                          (Handling of herbicides / pestici-                                                     Type 4
                           des / fungicides / fertilizers…)                                                                                             used to make protective clothing in order to reduce
                                                                  Inhalation of low-concen-                                                             the risks of flammability of the garment and the dan-
                               Paint spraying (Solvents)                                                         Type 4                 3/12X75°C
                                                                        trate aerosols                                                                  gers it may cause. They are suitable for protection
                            Paint spraying (Preparation /             Inhalation of high-                                         Index : 1 / 2 ou 3    against accidental contact with small igniting flames,
                                                                                                                 Type 3           Nb : Number of washes in conditions with no significant heat danger.
                                       Mixing)                       concentrate aerosols
                                                                                                                                  Tθ : Service temperature
                               Laboratories / Chemical              Projection of chemical
                                                                                                                 Type 3
                                     Industries                            products
                                                                        Bacteriological                                            Materials       Materials which do not spread flame...
                           Emergency / Rescue Personnel                                                 Type 4/Type 3
                                                                                                                                   index 1         ... but which may form a hole on contact with a flame
                                                                                                                                   index 2         ... and do not form a hole on contact with a flame
                                                                                         Type of protective clothing               index 3         ... and do not form a hole on contact with a flame.
                                               Tests & Specific Performance                                                                        They also give only limited after-flame (≤ 2s)
                           performance                                             1a    1b   1c    2     3  a
                                                                                                                          5   a
                          Performance         Internal pressure EN464                X   X    X     -      -        -     -   -
                          requirements        Leak to interior                       -   Xb   X     X      -        -     -   -   PROTECTION FOR WORKERS EXPOSED TO HEAT
                          for the whole                                                                                           Marking :
                          garment             Penetration by a jet of liquid         -    -   -     -     X         -     -   -
                                              EN463                                                                                   Coveralls     This standard applies to protective clothing used by
                                              Penetration by a spray EN468           -    -   -     -     X        X      -   -     COMBI193330     industrial workers exposed to heat.
                                                                                                                                                    It sets out the performance requirements and test
Technical informations

                                              Against solid particles                -    -   -     -      -        -     X   -
                                                                                                                                        EN 531      methods for materials used in protective clothing.
                                              EN ISO 13982-2
                                              Penetration by a spray EN468           -    -   -     -      -        -     -   X                     Tested are:
                          Performance         Abrasion / Tearing /                   X   X    X     X     X        X      X   X
                                                                                                                                      A B2 C2 D3 E3
                          requirements        Perforation / Seams
                          for the             Resistance to tensile strength         X   X    X     X     X        X      -   X
                          materials of        Resistance to flame                    X   X    X     X     X        X      X   X                      TESTS                      CODES            PERFORMANCES
                          the garment         Resistance to cracking by              X   X    X     X     X        X      X   -
                                                                                                                                   Limited flame spread                            A                        A
                                              Resistance to cracking by              X   X    X     X     X        X      -   -    Convective heat                                  B                    B1 to B5
                                              bending at -30°C                                                                     Radiant heat                                     C                    C1to C4
                                              Resistance to permeation
                                              according to : EN374-3 or              X   X    X     X     X        X      -   -    Molten aluminium splash                         D                     D1 to D3
                                              EN ISO 6529 ex EN369                                                                 Molten metal splash                              E                    E1 to E3
                                              Resistance to penetration by           -    -   -     -      -        -     -   X
                                              liquids EN368
                                              Impermeability to liquids              -    -   -     -      -        -     -   X
                                              (repulsion) EN368
                         a - When the protection equipment only protects certain parts of the body (torso,
                         arms, legs), only the performance requirements for the constituent materials
                         of the garment are required (type 6, 4 and 3).
                         b - Applicable for suits whose respiratory mask is separate and removable.


                                                                                         The protective zone on leg protectors is coded using three letters A, B or C,
TECHNICAL                                                                                corresponding to the coverage surface of the cut-proof material (Type A, Type
                                                                                         B or Type C).
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING                                                                      Marking :
                                                                                                          EPICEA 2 Jacket       MELEZE 2 Trousers
                                                                                                               EN381-11                   EN381-5
EN 340
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, in-                                     Class 1              Type A - Class 1
nocuousness, size designation, durability, ageing, compatibility and marking of
protective clothing and the information to be supplied by the manufacturer                          EN1149
with the protective clothing.                                                                       Antistatic protective clothing is designed to prevent the risk of sparks,
                                                                                                    strong, accidental electrical flashover, caused by the accumulation of
        EN 471                                                                           electrical charge on the body. They are mainly used in explosive risk environ-
        This standard specifies the requirements for protective clothing aiming          ments such as: chemical plants, refineries, weapons factories, mines. They are
        to signal the presence of the wearer visually, so that he may be detected        also widely used to protect materials sensitive to electrical discharge such as
and seen in hazardous situations, in all conditions of daylight, and night under         on electronics manufacturing or semi-conductor assembly sites. Finally, they
illumination of car headlights.                                                          are used in controlled-atmosphere sites such as automobile paint workshops,
There are three classes of high-visibility clothing. Each class must have mini-          the aim being to prevent the emission of particles which may be deposited on
mum surfaces of visible material constituting the garment; the higher the class,         bodywork paint. Antistatic properties may be obtained by treatment to limit
the more visible the garment :                                                           the formation of electrostatic discharge, or by adding metal or carbon wires
                                                                                         to facilitate their evacuation. The electrostatic properties of protective clothing
                                                                                         are dealt with in a series of European standards :
                                                   Class 3     Class 2     Class 1       EN1149-1 : Surface resistivity (test method and requirements) With a garment
 Background material (Fluorescent)                 0,80 m 2
                                                               0,50 m 2
                                                                           0,14 m2       certified to this standard, the wearer must be directly earthed (use of a metal
                                                                                         braid for example), or by conducting shoes.
 Retroreflective material (Bands)                  0,20 m2     0,13 m2     0,10 m2
                                                                                         EN1149-3 : Test methods for measurement of charge decay. With a garment
                                                                                         certified to this standard, clothing is antistatic by induction, are not electrically
                                                                                         charged so they are not required to be earthed.
Background material :
Yellow, orange/red or red fluorescent material intended to be highly
conspicuous.                                                                             FOUL WEATHER
Retroreflective material :
Classified into 2 levels. The highest level of retroreflection gives the best contrast   PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
and visibility of high-visibility clothing seen in darkness, under headlamps.            SUITS AND GARMENTS FOR PROTECTION AGAINST COLD.
Marking :                                                                                        This standard specifies the requirements and performance test
                                                                STRADA Parka
      X : Garment class (from 1 to 3)                                                            methods for protective clothing against cold at temperatures lower
      Y : Class of retroreflective material                          EN 471
                                                                                         than -5°C (cold store / extreme cold workers). There are two types of garment :
      (from 1 to 2)                                                           3
                                                                                         Garments : covering part of the body, e.g. parka, jacket, coat.
                                                                              2          Suits : covering the whole body (trunk + legs), e.g. coveralls, parka &

                                                                                         GARMENTS FOR PROTECTION AGAINST COOL ENVIRONMENTS.
                                                                                                  This standard specifies the requirements and performance test
         This standard specifies the requirements to be used to assess the
                                                                                                  methods for protective garments (vests, jackets, coats, trousers)
         resistance of protective clothing to cutting by hand-held chainsaws. It
                                                                                         against cool environments.
is divided into several parts :
                                                                                         These garments are for use in moderate low temperatures (-5°C and over) to
EN 381-5 : Specifies the requirements for leg protectors                                 protect against local body cooling and are not only for outdoor use such as in
EN 381-7 : Specifies the requirements for protective gloves                              the construction industry, but may also be used for indoor activities, such as in
EN 381-9 : Specifies the requirements for protective gaiters                             the food processing industry.
EN 381-11 : Specifies the requirements for upper body protectors                         These garments are not always necessarily made of air impermeable or
                                                                                         watertight materials. Therefore, in this European standard, these requirements
The cut tests are conducted using 4 chain speeds :                                       are optional.

 16 m/s                   Class 0
 20 m/s                   Class 1
 24 m/s                   Class 2
 28 m/s                   Class 3


                         PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AGAINST RAIN                                                      Ambient temperature conditions for heat balance for different levels of
                                   EN343                                                                                        activity and exposure durations
                                   This standard specifies the requirements and test methods applicable
                                   to the materials and seams of protective clothing against foul wea-                                                  Activity
                         ther (for example precipitation in the form of rain or snow), fog and ground                                     Very light
                                                                                                                                                                              Wearer moving
                                                                                                                            Insula-                       Wearer moving
                         humidity.                                                                             Standard                   Stationary
                                                                                                                              tion                           lightly            Medium
                                                                                                               Applicable                  standing
                                                                                                                            m2.K/W                          115 W/m2            170 W/m2
                                                                TESTS                                                                      75 W/m2
                                                                Code     EN343      EN342       EN14058                     Icle/Icler   8h       1h       8h         1h       8h         1h
                          Class of thermal resistance                                                          EN14058       0,170       19°C    11°C     11°C       2°C       0°C        -9°C
                                                                 Rct        -           -            X
                          (en m2.K/W                                                                           EN14058       0,230       15°C    5°C       5°C       -5°C      -8°C     -19°C
                          Class of water vapour resistance                                                      EN342        0,310       11°C    -2°C     -1°C       -15°C    -19°C     -32°C
                                                                 Ret       X            -             -
                          (en (m2.Pa)/W)
                                                                                                                EN342        0,390       7°C    -10°C     -8°C       -25°C    -28°C     -45°C
                          Class of air permeability                                                  X
                                                                 AP         -           X                       EN342        0,470       3°C    -17°C     -15°C      -35°C    -38°C     -58°C
                          (en mm/s)                                                             (optional)
                                                                                                                EN342        0,540       -3°C   -25°C     -22°C      -44°C    -49°C     -70°C
                          Resistance to water penetration                               X            X
                                                                 WP        X                                    EN342        0,620       -7°C   -32°C     -29°C      -54°C    -60°C     -83°C
                          (en Pa)                                                  (optional)   (optional)

                          Resultant effective thermal insula-
                                                                                                     X        Thermal insulation is measured with undergarments of type :
                          tion (en m2.K/W)                       Icler      -           X
                                                                                                (optional)    - (B) for ensembles (Undershirt with long sleeves, long underpants, socks,
                          Measured on a moving manikin
                                                                                                              bootee + thermojacket, thermopants, knitted gloves, balaclava)
                          Effective thermal insulation
                                                                                        X            X        - (R) for garments (Undershirt with long sleeves, long underpants, socks,
                          (en m2.K/W)                            Icle       -
                                                                                   (optional)   (optional)    bootees, jacket, trousers, shirt, knitted gloves, balaclava)
                          Measured on a stationary manikin
                                                                                                              - (C) provided by the manufacturer

                         THERMAL RESISTANCE (Rct) EN (M2.Pa)/W
                                                                                                              Marking :
                         Measurement of the thermal insulation provided.
                         Divided into 3 classes (from 1 to 3) from the least insulating to the most insula-           EN14058                                              SHETLAND Parka
                         ting. The higher the value, the greater the thermal insulation.                              X : Class of heat resistance, Rct
                                                                                                                      X : Class of air permeability, AP (Optional)                 3
                         WATER VAPOUR RESISTANCE (Ret) EN (M2.Pa)/W                                                   X : Class of resistance to water penetration                 X
                         Measures the evaporative resistance, i.e. the product’s obstacle to the passage              WP (Optional)                                            0,270 (R)
                         of water vapour, or the barrier it offers to evaporation of transpiration on the             X : Icler of the garment (Optional)              EN14058     X
                         surface of the skin. The higher a product’s water vapour resistance, the greater             X : Icle of the garment (Optional)
                         this product’s barrier to the passage of water vapour: A breathing product has
                         a low water vapour resistance.                                                               EN342
                         Divided into 3 classes (from 1 to 3) from the least breathable to the most brea-             X (undergarment B/C/R) : Icler of the
                                                                                                                                                                            OREGON Parka
                         thable.                                                                                      garment
                                                                                                                      X (undergarment B/C/R) :                                        0,310 (B)
                                                                                                                      Icle of the garment (Optional)                                      X
Technical informations

                         AIR PERMEABILITY (AP) EN mm/s :
                                                                                                                      X : Class of air permeability, AP                                   3
                         Determines the complex’s permeability to air.
                         Divided into 3 classes (from 1 to 3) from the least airtight to the most airtight.           X : Class of resistance to water penetration         EN342
                                                                                                                      WP (Optional)
                         Measurement of the outer material and seams’ resistance to water penetration                 EN343                                                   Rain suit
                         under a water pressure of (980+/-50)Pa/min.                                                  X : Resistance to water penetration, WP                  EN800
                         Divided into 2 levels (1 to 2) from the least impermeable to the most imper-                 X : Water vapour resistance, Ret                                    3
                         meable.                                                                                                                                                          1

                         The thermal insulation coefficient, expressed in m2.K/W, is used to determine                                                                     EN343
                         the optimum usage temperature of the garment in relation to the individual’s
                         activity and his exposure time.

                                       FALL ARRESTER

                                                                                     EN353-2 : Mobile fall arrester on flexible anchorage line
                                THE CORRECT                                          Equipment consisting of a mobile fall arrester with self-locking, integral withits
                                                                                     flexible anchorage line (rope, cable…). An energy reducer (absorber) can be
                               SELECTION OF FALL                                     built-in in the equipment.
                              ARREST PRODUCTS GIES                                   Ex : For moving vertically or tilted surface with a large moving space.
                                                                                     EN354 : Lanyards
                             PERFECT SAFETY                                          Connection elements or equipment component. A lanyard can be in rope
                                                                                     made of synthetic fibers, in metallic rope, in strap or in chain. Maximum length:
                         Fall arrest equipment includes different products           2m. Caution : A lanyard without energy absorber must not be used as a fall
                        which have to be adapted for each risk to ensure the         arrest equipment.
                      necessary protection.                                          Ex : Can be use only to avoid the fall risk access.
                     These products (full body harness, fall arrester on ancho-      EN355 : Energy absorbers
                    rage line, work positioning systems, energy absorbers,           Component of a fall arrest equipment, which guarantees the stop of a fall from
                   self-retractable fall arrester, accessories) are governed bythe   a height in safety by reducing the impact of the shock.
                  European standards on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).         Ex : For short and punctual moving. A double lanyard (Y) allows obstacles crossing in
                                                                                     complete safety.

               PPE FOR FALLS                                                         EN358 : Work positioning system
                                                                                     A work positioning system consists of components (work positioning belt and
               FROM HEIGHT                                                           lanyard) linked to one another to form a complete equipment.
                                                                                     Ex : To hold you at the work station releasing your hands or to avoid you the access to
          THE DIRECTIVE                                                              delimited danger zone.
         89/686 directive is intended for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)        EN360 : Self-retractable fall
        manufacturers and determines conditions for market trade. It defines         Fall arrester with self- locking device and a self-retractable system for the
       the essential requirements in terms of design, manufacture and test           lanyard. An energy reducer (absorber) can be built-in in the equipment.
      methods for PPE with which PPE must comply in order to ensure the sa-          Ex : For moving vertically or tilted surface with a large moving space.
    fety of the users.                                                               EN361 : Full body harness
   STANDARDIZATION                                                                   Body securing device intended to stop falls. The full body harness can be made
 Its aim is to draw up test methods and product standards defining the tech-         of straps, buckles and other elements; set and adjusted in a right way on the
nical specifications for products. The respect of these standards is evidence of     body of an individual to secure him during a fall and afterwards.
conformity to Directive 89/686 and allows CE marking.                                EN362 : Connector
CATEGORIZATION                                                                       Connection element or equipment component. A connector can be kacarabi-
En fonction du niveau de risque couvert, la Directive définit des catégories         ner or a snap hook.
d’EPI et fixe des obligations différentes pour le fabricant.                         EN795 : Anchorage devices
PPE OF 3RD CATEGORY                                                                  Element to which a personal protective equipment can be fastened.
They are products with the highest level of accident risk protection. The ca-
tegory 3 includes mortal or accidents which can irreversibly harm the user’s
Therefore, before putting any 3rd category PPE on the market, the manufac-
turer must contact a notified body in charge of checking PPE conformity with
the relevant standard. The laboratory will issue an EC test certification to the
manufacturer after the examination of a full technical report supplied by the         FOR ALL PRODUCTS
MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS’ CONTROL                                                       EN363 : Fall arrest equipment
In order to ensure the homogeneity of its products manufacture, the manu-            Set of personal protective equipment against falls from height, linked to one
facturer is submitted to an inspection procedure:                                    another and intended to stop a fall. A fall arrest equipment must contain at
- either the final product (11A process)                                             least a full body harness and a fall arrest equipment.
- or the production process (11B process)                                            EN364 : Test method
This inspection is carried out by an independent notified body.                      Describes the different test methods of the various PPE against falls from height,
                                                                                     as well as the test equipment.
 THE HARMONIZED                                                                      EN365 : General requirements for the instructions for use and the
 EUROPEAN STANDARDS                                                                  Description of the marking that must figure on the PPE against falls from height
                                                                                     and of the information which must appear on the instructions for use.
All protective equipment against falls from a height are submit to Euro-
pean standards. You will find, below, a summed up presentation of every
EN353-1 : Mobile fall arrester on rigid anchorage line
Equipment consisting of a mobile fall arrester with self-locking, integral with
its rigid anchorage line (rail, cable…). An energy (absorber) reducer can be
built-in in the equipment.
Ex : For moving vertically or tilted surface with a large moving space.


                                                      SAFETY                                                     France         39     40
                                                                                                                                             Size correspondance table
                                                                                                                                                     41     42      43         44         45      46      47
                                                      SHOES-BOOTS                                                  UK            6    6 1/2          7      8        9        9 1/2       10      11      12
                                                                                                                   US           7     7 1/2          8      9       10        10 1/2      11      12      13
                                                  STANDARDS                                                        Cm          25,9   26,6          27,3   27,9    28,6       29,3       29,9    30,6    31,3
                                                 EN344-1 / EN ISO 20344 Standard
                                                This standard defines the overall requirements and test                                            THE PARTS OF A SHOE
                                               methods for safety footwear, protective footwear, and oc-
                                              cupational shoes.                                                                  Ankle
                                            It may be used only in conjunction with standards EN345-1                        protection                     Bellows tongue
                                           / EN ISO 20345, EN346-1 / EN ISO 20346 and EN347-1 / EN
                                         ISO 20347, which specify the requirements for the shoes as a                                                                  Upper
                                        function of specific levels of risk involved.                                                                                          Lining
                                       La norme EN345-1 / EN ISO 20345 Standard                                                                                                        Padding
                                      Specification for safety footwear for the workplace.                         Stiffener
                                    In reference to standard EN344-1 / EN ISO 20344, this European                                                                                               Protective
                                   standard defines the basic and the additional (optional) require-                                                                                             toe cap
                                  ments for safety footwear for the workplace, marked «S».
                                 The shoe was designed, and are equipped with safety toe caps desi-
                                gned to withstand a maximum impact of 200 joules and crushing up
                               to 15 kN.                                                                           Outsole
                            EN346-1 / EN ISO 20346 Standard                                                                                                                                         Scuff cap
                           Specification for protective footwear marked «P».
                          The shoe was designed, and are equipped with safety toe caps designed to
                         withstand a maximum impact of 100 joules and crushing up to 10 kN.                                                                                               Outsole
                         EN347-1 / EN ISO 20347 Standard                                                                 Heel                                                  Profile
                         Specification for occupational shoes marked «O».                                          protection             Insole
                         These shoes are different from safety/protective footwear in that they have no                                                      Puncture
                         protective toe cap for impact and crushing.                                                                                         resistant sole

                                                   • SB or S1 to S5 (safety footwear) • PB or P1 to P5 (protective footwear) • O1 to O5 (occupational shoes)
                         CLASS 1 or 2                 EN 345-1 / EN ISO 20345                 EN 346-1 / EN ISO 20346                                      EN 347-1 / EN ISO 20347
                         ALL MATERIALS                    SB : basic properties                  PB : basic properties
                                                      S1 : basic properties plus :            P1 : basic properties plus :                                 O1 : basic properties plus :
                                                             - closed back                           - closed back                                                 - closed back
                                                               - anti-static                          - anti-static                                        - hydrocarbon-resistant sole
                         CLASS 1                       - energy absorbing heel                 - energy absorbing heel                                              - anti-static
                         ALL MATERIALS
Technical informations

                                                                                                                                                              - energy absorbing heel
                         EXCEPT FOR
                                                       S2 : the same as S1 plus :             P2 : the same as P1 plus :                                   O2 : the same as O1 plus :
                         NATURAL OR
                                                              - waterproof                            - waterproof                                                 - waterproof
                                                      S3 : the same as O2 plus :              P3 : the same as O2 plus :                                   O3 : the same as O2 plus :
                                                        - puncture resistant sole              - puncture resistant sole                                    - puncture resistant sole
                                                             - studded sole                          - studded sole                                               - studded sole
                                                      S4 : basic properties plus :            P4 : basic properties plus :                                 O4 : basic properties plus :
                         CLASSE 2                              - anti-static                           - anti-static                                                - anti-static
                         NATURAL AND                    - energy absorbing heel                - energy absorbing heel                                      - energy absorbing heel
                         SYNTHETIC POLY-               S5 : the same as S4 plus :             P5 : the same as P4 plus :                                   O5 : the same as O4 plus :
                         MERS                           - puncture resistant sole              - puncture resistant sole                                    - puncture resistant sole
                                                             - studded sole                          - studded sole                                              - studded sole s

                                                                      Symbols for individual specifications are defined in the following table
                          P     Puncture resistant sole                              WRU   Water-resistant upper for leather shoes
                           E    Energy absorbing heel                                HRO   Contact-heat resistant outsole
                          C     Electrical resistance, conductivity                  ORO   Oil-resistant outsole
                          A     Electrical resistance, anti-static                   WR    Water-resistant sole/upper juncture in leather shoes
                          HI    Heat-insulated sole                                  M     Metatarsal impact protection
                          CI    Sole insulated against cold                          CR    Cut-resistant upper


 HEAD PROTECTION          TARA 2             11   NITREX 820                   69    BERGEN                164
BALBI2               15   THUNDER BRONZE      5   NITREX 830                   69    BLOUSPE                99
BASBETA              22   THUNDER CLEAR       8   NITREX 846                   69    BLOUSPO                99
BASALPHA             21   TOBA T5            17   PC10J10P1                    50    BORAS                 162
BIRD T5              17   TRAVAUX 2          22   PICAFLOR 240                 73    BRASSJA               185
BLOW GRADIENT         7   VARIANT            16   PM159                        56    BRIDGEWATER           171
BLOW SMOKE            5   VISOR HOLDER       15   PM160                        56    CAGOULE081000         199
BRAVA CLEAR          13   VISOR-G            15   POSEIDON                     44    CAGOULEP              204
BRAVA MIRROR         12   VISOR-PC           15   PRIME                        93    CARIBOU               164
BRAVA SMOKE          12   VULCANO CLEAR      11   PV270                        66    CBRIDE080             201
BRAVA YELLOW         12   ZIRCON I           23   PV360                        66    CBRID005              201
BREEZE GOLD MIRROR    6    HAND PROTECTION        PV400                        66    CEINT01               205
BREEZE SMOKE          4   49230-49330        89   PV720                        66    CEINT02               205
CASOUD800C           16   49400-49500        89   PVC7327                      67    CHAMONIX              166
COLTAN               24   50MAC              84   PVC7335                      67    CHEMMASTER            200
COLTAN SHORT PEAK    25   51FEDF             83   SAFECO101                    80    CLIPPER               154
CONIC010             28   52FEDFP            81   SPBKEV                       89    CLUSES                161
CONIC200             28   ALPHA 905          71   TC149                        85    COLLECTOR             144
CONIC500             28   AN111              56   TC707                        85    COLORADO              150
CONICAP01            29   ATHENA             63   TC715                        88    COMBI071428           200
CONICAP01BR          29   BLACK              91   TERK400                      86    COMBI081432           199
CONICDE06            29   BLACKSX            91   TERN                         87    COMBI193330           198
CONICDIS             28   BOL49              55   TIG15K                       88    COMBI321054           201
CONICFIT06           29   BRJ49              57   TLA110                       62    CO 304                170
CONICSOF06           29   BSC59              55   TOUTRAVO 509                 70    CO 400                169
ECRANMI              16   BUCH520V           79   TOUTRAVO 510                 70    DARWIN II             155
EL MISTI             14   CA515R             87   TP169                        56    DICKSON               189
FILTRE11             16   CA615K             87   TT260                        56    DO100                 103
FORESTIER2           21   CBHV2              79   TT460                        56    DOUGLAS II            187
FUJI CLEAR           11   CG149              57   ULYSSE                       40    DT111                 106
FUJI 2 GRADIENT      10   CO131              58   VE440                        72    DT112                 106
GORELI CLEAR         13   CO49               58   VE460                        73    DT113                 100
IMOLA 2              27   COB40              58   VE700                        43    DT114                  99
JUGALPHA             21   CP149              57   VE702                        43    DT117                  96
KILIMANDJARO CLEAR   13   CPB60              58   VE702GR                      42    DT119                  97
KILIMANDJARO SMOKE   12   CRYOG              89   VE703NO                      43    DT220                  97
LASCAR               14   CT402              84   VE712                        47    DT230                  97
LEXONE CLEAR          8   DA109              67   VE713                        46    DUBLIN                151
LEXONE SMOKE          5   DC103              91   VE713SX                      46    DUERO                 140
LIPARI CLEAR         11   DCTHI              90   VE722 FOAM                   47    ELSA                  131
M1100                33   DF132              90   VE725                        50    EMERGENCY             180
M1100V               33   DP302              92   VE730OR                      41    EMMA                  132
M1100VP              33   DR605              92   VE730SX                      41    EPICEA II             186
M1100VPW             33   DRF605             90   VE731                        41    ERABLE II             187
M1101VPD             33   DS202RP            91   VE740                        41    FAIRBANKS             163
M1200                32   DS302R             91   VE751                        49    FEROE           159 - 191
M1200FVR             31   DUOCOLOR 330       73   VE752                        48    FIDJI                 159
M1200FVWR            31   FB149              81   VE753                        49    FINLAND               192
M1200V               32   FBF15              90   VE755                        49    FIRENZE               135
M1200VP              32   FBF49              90   VE760                        67    FJORD                 189
M1200VPW             32   FBF50              90   VE770                        53    FREEWAY               178
M1201VPD             31   FBH60              79   VE772                        53    GENOUER               205
M1300V               30   FBJA49             81   VE780                        67    GENOUVE               205
M1300VP              30   FBN49              82   VE790                        45    GILMA                 184
M1301VPD             30   FBN49SX            82   VENICLEAN 1340               74    GILPM                 184
M2FP3V               30   FC115              88   VENIFISH 990                 61    GILPMSV               184
M3000 A1B1E1K1       34   FC129              85   VENIPRO 450                  72    HALLSTADT             140
M3000 A2             34   FCN29              85   VENITACTYL 1310              74    HARRICANA II          156
M3200 - MARS         34   FIB49              78   VENITACTYL 1350              75    HELIAS                196
M3200 - MARS KIT     34   FIBKV02            79   VENITACTYL 1371              75    IGLOO II              191
M3000 P2 R           34   FIRST              93   VENITACTYL 1390              76    ISLAND                192
M3000 P3 R           34   FP159              83   VENITACTYL 1400              76    ISOLA                 155
M3000 PREP2 R        34   GCA250             87   VENITACTYL 1400B100          76    JEAND                 130
M3FP1                33   GDB505             92   VENITACTYL 1400PB100         76    JULIA                 131
M3FP2                31   GDB705             92   VENITRIL 27                  65    JURA                  166
M8000 A2             35   GDC505             91   VENIZETTE 920                60    KADP001               109
M8000 A2B2E2K2       35   GFA115K            88   ZEPHIR 210                   73    KADP002               109
M8000 A2B2E2K2P3 R   35   GFA402             83    BODY PROTECTION                   KAMAKA                193
M8000 A2P3 R         35   GFBLE              81   208                          183   KAMAKDO               193
M8000 K2P3 R         35   GFK58H             55   304                          170   KAMAKHV               193
M8000 P3R            35   GFT49              84   305                          170   KARA                  166
M8100 - URANUS       35   GLT02              91   400                          169   KINGSTON              156
M8200 - MERCURE      35   KCA15              54   604                          183   KIRUNA                156
MAGMA T5             17   KMA18              52   605                          183   KITMIN1               108
MASOUD501            16   KPG10              54   800                          169   KITMSS1               108
MEGA CLEAR           13   KV01J13            52   ADMIRAL                      152   KITVI                 109
MENTALPHA            21   KV02J10            52   AGRIGENTE                    128   KYMI                  163
MONALOA MIRROR        9   KV02J10P1          52   ALASKA                       149   LAETITIA              133
MONTECARLO           27   KVK10JA            53   ALBATROS                     153   LAMPE                 185
MURIA2               14   KVK10JAP1          53   ALBERTA                      145   LAPONIE II            190
PACAYA T5            17   LA110              62   ALBORAN                      153   LONDRES               139
PICO2                15   LA500              62   ALEX                         199   M1COM                 125
PITON CLEAR          13   LA600              72   ALMERIA                      138   M1PAN                 124
QUARTZ I             20   LAT50              61   ANCHORAGE                    154   M1SAL                 125
QUARTZ II            18   LILI 420           72   ANDERSON                     140   M1VES                 124
QUARTZ III           19   MANUTEX 1380       74   ARIZONA                150 - 159   M2BER                 121
RUIZ2                14   MDB13              57   ASPHALT                      181   M2CDZ                 118
SABAYA GOLD MIRROR   10   NEOCOLOR 530       70   AUSTRAL II                   190   M2COM                 120
SABAYA MIRROR         9   NI015              65   AVIATEUR                     161   M2GEN                 119
SAKHIR               27   NI149              65   BADGE                  119 - 155   M2GIL                 121
SEPANG               26   NI150              64   BAIKAL                       188   M2LBE                 126
SOTARA GOLD MIRROR   10   NI155              64   BALTIC                       192   M2LPA                 126
SOTARA SMOKE          9   NI170              64   BAMBERG                      141   M2LSA                 126
SPA2                 27   NI175              64   BANGKOK                      173   M2LVE                 126
SUZUKA               27   NITREX 802         68   BAUCE                        185   M2PAN                 119


  M2PAW                 123   TABNIT                              202   SAHARA S3                 226    PRECISION WORK                   256
  M2SAL                 120   TABPO02                             105   SAULT S3                  217    REPAIRING                        258
  M2VES                 119   TABPO04                             105   SEMELLE                   222    ROSE TREES                  264 -265
  M4COM                 117   TABPU                               202   SEVILLE S1P               225    SANDY’S KITCHEN GARDEN           261
  M4PAN                 116   TASOUB                              203   TENERE S3                 226    SHELL                            260
  M4SAL                 117   TASOUB70                            203   UTAH S3 HRO               211    SKILL                            254
  M4VES                 116   TIVANO                              167   VIENS S5                  221    SOLVENTS                         259
  M5COM                 113   TO220                               103   WOLF S3                   228    TOOLS                            265
  M5GIL                 115   TO235                               103    FALL ARRESTER                   TOOLS HANDLING                   258
  M5PAN                 114   TO250                               103    PROTECTION                      TREATMENT AND PLANT              263
  M5SAL                 115   TONCO                               194   ELARA01                    249   V1330                            258
  M5VES                 114   TONPA                               194   ELARA02                    249   VANESSA’S GARDEN                 261
  MALMOE                192   TONVE                               194   ELARA03                    249   WELDING                          258
  MANCHB                204   TORNADE                             168   ELARA04                    249   WINTER                           263
  MANCHBL               105   TOURA                               166   ELARA05                    241    MICHELIN RANGE
  MANCHCA               204   TRACER                         137-177    ELARA06                    241   4X4 TECH HIGH S1P HRO            277
  MANCHTI               204   TRAPANI                             128   ELARA07                    241   4X4 TECH LOW S1P HRO             277
  MANTEAU193330         198   TY120                                98   ELARA08              241 - 248   4X4 TECH PLUS HIGH S3 HRO        277
  MASQU                 104   TYPHOON                             168   ELARA09                    240   4X4 WORKER HIGH S3 HRO           277
  MASQU1                104   UMEA                                148   ELARA10                    240   ALMERIA                          274
  MASQU2                104   UNIFORM                             155   ELARA11                    248   ANDERSON                         275
  MASQUV                104   UPPSALA                             147   ELARA12                    248   BAMBERG                          276
  MELEZE II             186   VANTAA                              146   ELARA13                    246   BANGKOK                          270
  MHCDZ           137 - 177   VE900                               182   ELARA14                    246   BOGOTA                           269
  MHPAN           136 - 176   VENEZIA                             165   ELARA15                    247   BRIDGEWATER                      272
  MHVES           136 - 176   VERONA                              130   ELARA16                    246   CALI                             268
  MILANO                135   VESTE084000                         197   ELARA17                    247   CALIPLUS                         268
  MOSS                  148   VESTE316000                         195   ELARA19                    249   CUNEO                            268
  MSGIL                 127   VESTEB                              203   ELARA20                    249   DUERO                            275
  MSPAN                 127   VITORIA                             141   JANUS01                    237   HALLSTADT                        275
  MSPOL                 129   WALKER                        137 - 177   JANUS02                    237   LONDRES                          273
  MST77                 129   WARNING                             179   JANUS03                    238   NORWOOD                          276
  MSTST                 129   WATERVILLE                          171   JANUS04                    238   OPELIKA                          268
  MULTIVIEW             181   WICK                                145   JANUS06                    239   PILOT CITY LOW S3 HRO            278
  NAPOLI                129   WINGS                               154   JANUS07                    237   PILOT LOW LACE S1P HRO           278
  NEW DELTA             161   YUKON                               189   JANUS08                    240   PILOT LOW LOAFER S1 HRO          278
  NORDIC                166    FOOT PROTECTION                          JANUS10                    238   PILOT RACING SAFETY S1P HRO      278
  NORTHWOOD             123   4X4 WORKER HIGH S3 HRO              230   JANUS11                    239   PILOT RACING WORKER O1 HRO       278
  NORWOOD               141   4X4TECH HIGH S1P HRO                231   JANUS12                    239   QUERETARO                        272
  ODESSA                147   4X4TECH LOW S1P HRO                 231   MIMAS01                    245   SIAM                             271
  OREGON                146   4X4TECH PLUS HIGH S3 HRO            231   MIMAS02                    245   SINGAPOUR                        270
  OURAGAN               168   AUREL S1P                           218   MIMAS03                    245   SOLINGEN                         271
  PA200                 102   AURIBEAU S1P HRO                    210   MIMAS04                    245   STOKE                            273
  PA202                 102   BAFFIN S3                           227   MIMAS05                    242   STURA                            269
  PA900                 182   BEAR S3                             227   MIMAS06                    242   TORINO                           269
  PADOVA                134   BONNIEUX S1P                        220   MIMAS07                    243   VITORIA                          276
  PANTAB                203   BRONCO II S1P                       224   MIMAS08                    243   WATERVILLE                       272
  PANTAL084000          197   CADEROUSSE S3 CI              218 - 222   MIMAS09                    243   WINNSBORO                        268
  PANTAL316000          195   CAROMB S1P                          219   MIMAS10                    244
  PARKA015000           196   CHAUSSETT                           222   MIMAS11                    244
  PESCARA               130   CHAUSSON                            222   MIMAS12                    244
  PILES                 185   COBRA II S1P                        224   MIMAS13                    244
  PO103                 101   CT100 S1                            213   MIMAS14                    242
  PO105                  98   CT200 S1                            213
  PO106                  98                                              B TO C
                              CT300 S1P                           213   ACIDS                      256
  PO107                 101   CT400 S1P                           212
  PO108                 100                                             AGILITY                    258
                              DEVON S3                            227   ANTI-SLIP            252 - 260
  PO109                  98   ELAN S1P                            228
  PO110                 100                                             ASSEMBLY                   255
                              FENNEC II S1                        225   AUTUMN                     255
  PO111                 100   FENNEC II S1P                       225
  PO112                 101                                             BARBECUE                   262
                              GARGAS S1P                          220   BRAMBLES                   264
  PO113                 102   GIGNAC S5                           221
  PO115                 102                                             BUILDER                    252
                              GORDES S1                           220   BUILDING                   252
  QUERETARO             171   GOULT S1P                           220
  R010069               197                                             CHILD APRON                262
                              GRENADE S1P                         225   CHLOE’S KIT                262
  RENO                  151   GUEPARD II S3                       223
  REPORTER              161                                             CLEAN HANDS                258
                              JAVON OROE                          221   CLEARING                   264
  RESCUE                179   JOUCAS OROE                         221
  ROAD                  178                                             COLD                       255
                              KOALA SB P E HRO                    226   CUTTING RESISTANCE         259
  RUBANRB20             185   LACETS                              222
  SACHA                 133                                             DOCKER                     253
                              LACETXL                             222   DRIVER                     263
  SANTIAGO              158   LAUTARET                            222
  SIAM                  172                                             ELECTROPORTABLE            254
                              LORIOL S1                           229   FENCE                      254
  SIERRA                160   MAUBEC SBEA                         229
  SINGAPOUR             173                                             FRAME                      253
                              MAZAN S1P                           219   FUEL OILS                  257
  SKYROS                161   MODENE S1P                          216
  SOLINGEN              172                                             GARDENING                  265
                              MONTBRUN S3                         218   GREASE                     257
  SOPHIA                132   MW100 S1P HRO                       209
  SORRENTO              165                                             HANDLING             253 - 265
                              MW150 S1P HRO                       209   HUMID ENVIRONMENT          255
  SPITZBERG             163   MW300 S3 HRO                        209
  STOCKTON        122 - 157                                             JOINERY                    255
                              MW350 S3 HRO                        208   JULIA’S ROSE TREES         261
  STOKE                 139   OHIO S3 HRO                         211
  STRADA 2              181                                             JUNIOR                     263
                              ORYX II S1P                         224   KNEEPADS                   262
  STRADA PU             182   ORYX II S3                          223
  STREET                178                                             LARA’S APRON               262
                              PARME II S1P                        216   LARA’S PLANTS              261
  SUEDE                 165   PERTUIS S1P HRO                     211
  SURCHPE               107                                             LITTLE GARDENING           265
                              PILOT CITY LOW S3 HRO               233   LITTLE HANDYMAN            253
  SURCHPO               107   PILOT LOW LACE S1P HRO              233
  SURCHSPAB             107                                             LUMBERJACK                 264
                              PILOT LOW LOAFER S1 HRO             232   MARKET GARDENER            263
  SURCHSPBC             107   PILOT RACING SAFETY S1P HRO         233
  SURCHSPBL             107                                             ODD JOBS                   260
                              PILOT RACING WORKER O1 HRO          233   OILY ENVIRONMENT           256
  TABALPV               202   PRATO                               222
  TABCO                 202                                             PACK OF 3 PAIRS            265
                              PUYVERT S3                          220   PAINT                259 - 260
  TABLIVE               202   RIMINI II S1P                 214 - 215
  TABLIVER              202                                             PETROLUM                   257
                              SABOT                               221