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EN 352 > The European Standard for protectors against noise is made in several parts for the safety and testings on the different types of individual noise protectors.
On this website will be found :

  • EN 352-1 : Earmuffs

  • EN 352-2 : Earplugs

  • EN 352-3 : Helmet mounted earmuffs

  • EN 352-4 : Level-dependent earmuffs

  • EN 352-8 : Earmuffs with entertainment radio
EN 166 > Specifications for individual protective equipments for eyes and face. Determines the specifications for construction and performances (optical properties like strength, transmission and diffusion of light factors, mechanical properties like solidity, thermal stability and resistance).

 

EN 1731 > Eye and face protectors of mesh type, for industrial and non industrial use, protection against mechanical risks and/or against heat.

EN 812 > The EN 812 standard specifies the physical and performance requirements, test methods and marking requirements for shock-proof caps (bump caps) used in industry. The shock-proof caps for industry are meant to give limited protection of the wearer’s head when it hits hard and immobile object with sufficient force to cause tearing up or other superficial injuries to the user or knock him out. They are essentially intended for inside use where objects cannot fall down.
A shock-proof cap is not intended to protect against the effects of falling objects neither against hanging or moving burdens. The shock-proof caps must not under any case replace a protective industrial helmet complying with the EN397 standard.

EN 397 > The European standard EN 397 specifies the physical and performance requirements, test methods and marking requirements for protective helmets used in industry.
These helmets protect against falling objects.