GB8965-98 China National standard for flame-retardant clothing China National Standards Bureau in 1998 in reference to the 1988 similar standards and international standards promulgated by the Industrial flame retardant clothing standards, the following aspects are specified in detail: The overall performance of flame-retardant clothing, the flame retardant properties of fabrics and sutures, the mechanical properties of garments, the structural design of garments, the manufacture, the marking of finished goods and the packing and transportation,
Test methods, and so on.
GA10-91 Chinese firefighters general protective clothing performance requirements and test methods
The standard of general protective clothing issued by the National Ministry of Public Security of China includes: the overall performance of flame-retardant clothing, the flame-retardant properties of sutures and materials, the mechanical properties of garments, the structural design of garments, the processing and production, the marking of finished products and the packing and transportation, inspection methods, etc.
EN531: EU industrial thermal protective clothing standard
The overall performance of the flame-retardant clothing, structural design, dimensional stability, flame spread, heat and melt metal properties, measurement marks and marks, user information, identification patterns and other content.
EN470-1: EU welders and similar types of heat protective clothing standards
The design requirements of flame-retardant clothing, material requirements, safety requirements, measurement marks and marks, user information, identification patterns and so on.
EN479 EU fire Protection clothing standard This standard stipulates the standard of fire protective clothing for structural fire, mainly considering the protection of heat and flame. This standard does not include such special tasks as removal of spilled chemicals, forest fires, close fire fighting, road accident relief, or special fire protection.
Standards include general requirements, important safety requirements, additional requirements, marking marks, user information and identification patterns.
NFPA 2112: American Fire Protection Association flame retardant Clothing standard
The American Fire Protection Association (Industrial Flash Fire) fire retardant protective clothing in the following areas: product markings, user information, clothing design, fiber, sutures, accessories accessories, signs.
NFPA 1971 2000 edition fire Service standard of American Fire Protection Association
This standard stipulates the minimum requirements for the wearing of a structural fire fireman, including the design of clothing, performance, testing, and clothing components and accessories (jackets, trousers, helmets, gloves, footwear), which combines the original NFPA1971, 1973,1972 and 1974 contents to replace the latter.
NFPA 1977 1998 edition fire Service Standard of American Fire Protection Association This standard stipulates the minimum requirements for the dress of fire fighting firemen in field fires, including clothing design, performance, testing, as well as clothing components and accessories (shirts, coats, trousers, helmets, hoods, shawls, gloves, footwear) detection, this version of the original NFPA1971, 1972,1973 and 1974 of the content
, but instead of the latter
AS4824-2001 Australia (Transitional edition) standard for protective clothing for firefighters
The standard prescribes the design requirements, sampling and pretreatment, mechanical performance requirements, thermal performance requirements, ergonomics and comfort requirements, general requirements, manufacturer information and marking marks for fire-fighting firefighters in the wild and forest fires.
AS4967-2002 Australia (Transitional version) Fire Protection clothing standard The standard prescribes the design requirements, proofing and pretreatment, thermal performance requirements, mechanical performance requirements, ergonomics and comfort requirements, general requirements, manufacturer information and marking marks for fire-fighting firefighters in structural fires.