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  • Abstract:
    Flameproof protective clothing are used in the mining industry to protect against explosions, flames and other flame jets. This standard describes the additional requirements which are requested to single-piece working suits besides the safety requirements of the standard DIN 23320-1 out of DIN EN 469.
  • Document number:
    DIN 23320-2
  • Issuing date:
    2014-10-01
  • Document type:
    Norm
  • Title:
    Flameproof protective clothing for the mining industry - Protective clothing for people of mine rescue and gas rescue crews - Part 2: Single-piece working suits
  • Replaces:
    DIN 23320-2(2003-09); DIN 23320-2(2013-04)
  • Author:
    Personal Protective Equipment Standards Committee
  • Search term:
    Antigas suit; Burning behaviours; Clothing; Clothing sizes; Combination; Dimensions; Ergonomics; Fire brigade; Fire brigade equipment; Fire resistance; Fixings; Flameproof materials; Flameproof protective; Flameproofness; Flames; Inspection; Mine rescue corps; Mining; Occupational safety; One-piece; Pits; Protection against poisonous gas; Protective clothing; Protective suits; Safety engineering; Size; Specification (approval); Suits; Testing; Workplace safety
  • Application areas:
    30.50 Schutzkleidung
  • Hazards:
    FB Brandgefährdungen
  • ICS:
    13.340.10 Protective clothing
  • Price:
    46,20 EUR
  • Cross references:
    DIN 23320-1 (2014-10)<G>; DIN 23320-4 (2014-10)<G>; DIN 23320-5 (2014-10)<G>
  • Cited in:
    DIN 23320-1 (2014-10)<GLEITEND>; DIN 23320-4 (2014-10)<GLEITEND>; DIN 23320-5 (2014-10)<GLEITEND>
  • Update flag:
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