Full display

show table of content
Ergonomic standard
  • Abstract:
    This European Standard specifies the minimum requirements, test methods, marking and information suppliedby the manufacturer, for ventilated and non-ventilated gas-tight chemical protective suits for use byemergency teams (ET).It specifies full body personal protective ensembles to be worn for protection against solid, liquid and gaseouschemicals, including liquid and solid aerosols. Chemicals such as violently air sensitive reagents, unstableexplosives and cryogenic liquids have not been considered since protection against these additionalhazards is beyond the scope of this standard.This standard does not establish minimum criteria for protection for non-chemical hazards, e. g.radiological, fire, heat, explosive hazards, infective agents.. This type of equipment is not intended for total immersion in liquids.The seams, joins and assemblages attaching the accessories are included within the scope of this standard.The performance criteria for the accessories, gloves, boots or respiratory protective equipment are given inother Standards.Particulate protection is limited to physical penetration of the particulates only.
  • Document number:
    DIN EN 943-2
  • Issuing date:
    2019-06-01
  • Document type:
    Norm
  • Title:
    Protective clothing against dangerous solid, liquid and gaseous chemicals, including liquid and solid aerosols - Part 2: Performance requirements for Type 1 (gas-tight) chemical protective suits for emergency teams (ET); German version EN 943-2:2019
  • Replaces:
    DIN EN 943-2(2002-04); DIN EN 943-2(2016-08)
  • Author:
    Personal Protective Equipment Standards Committee
  • Search term:
    Abrasion resistance; Aerosols; Ambient temperatures; Antigas suit; Bond; Boots; Breathing; Bursting; CE marking; Chemical hazards; Chemical protective suits; Chemical resistance; Chemicals; Classes; Closed; Closures; Conditioning; Connections; Cycle; Definitions; Dust; Emergency; Emergency equipment; Flaws; Gas tightness; Gaseous; Gloves; Heat; Heat resistance; Inflammation; Information; Liquid; Liquid materials; Liquids; Marking; Materials; Minimum requirements; Particles; Performance; Performance requirements; Permeation; Properties; Protective clothing; Protective footwear; Protective gloves; Protective suits; Rating tests; Resistance; Resistors; Seams; Solids; Specification (approval); Stabs; Strength of materials; Teamwork; Temperature; Testing; Tightness; User information; Valves; Visibility
  • Application areas:
    30.50 Schutzkleidung
  • Hazards:
    AB Terminologische Festlegungen in Normen mit Arbeitsschutzbezug; CA Chemische Gefährdungen im Allgemeinen
  • ICS:
    13.340.10 Protective clothing
  • Price:
    86,90 EUR
  • Cross references:
    EN 651 (2011-03){historisch}<S>; EN 943-1+A1 (2019-03)<S>; EN 1817 (2010-06){historisch}<S>; EN 13274-4 (2001-08){historisch}<S>; EN 14325 (2018-06)<S>; EN 14594 (2018-05)<S>; EN 15090 (2012-01)<S>; EN ISO 26986 (2012-02)<S>; ISO 17491-1 (2012-03)<S>; EN 132 (1998-12)<G>; CEN ISO/TR 11610 (2004-04)<G>; EUV 2016/425 (2016-03-09)
  • Identical with:
    EN 943-2(2019-03)<IDT>
  • Legislation:
    EUV 2016/425 (2016-03-09)<H>; PSA-Verordnung, Persönliche Schutzausrüstung (PSA); EUB 2020/668 (2020-05-18)
  • Harmonization info:
    EUV 2016/425 (2016-03-09); PSA-Verordnung, Persönliche Schutzausrüstung (PSA)
  • Update flag:
    Unchanged