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  • Abstract:
    Flameproof protective clothing are used in the mining to protect against explosions, flames and other flame jets.This standard describes the additional requirements which are requested to protective hoods besides the safety requirements of the standard DIN 23320-1 out of DIN EN 469.
  • Document number:
    DIN 23320-5
  • 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 rescue crews - Part 5: Protective hoods
  • Replaces:
    DIN 23320-5(2004-10); DIN 23320-5(2013-04)
  • Author:
    Personal Protective Equipment Standards Committee
  • Search term:
    Bonnets; Burning behaviours; Classification; Clothing; Dimensions; Ergonomics; Fire brigade; Fire resistance; Flameproof materials; Flameproof protective; Flameproofness; Flames; Gas protection squads; Glasses; Headwear; Inspection; Mine rescue corps; Mining; Occupational safety; Protective clothing; Protective hoods; Respirators; Safety engineering; Shape; Testing; Workplace safety
  • Application areas:
    30.30 Kopfschutz
  • Hazards:
    FB Brandgefährdungen
  • ICS:
    13.340.20 Head protective equipment
  • Price:
    62,00 EUR
  • Cross references:
    DIN 23320-1 (2014-10)<S>; DIN 23320-2 (2014-10)<G>; DIN 23320-3 (2014-10)<G>; DIN EN 136 (1998-04)<G>; DIN EN 1731 (2007-02)<G>; DIN EN 60079-35-2 (2012-12)<G>; DIN EN 166 (2007-10)<G>
  • Cited in:
    DIN 23320-1 (2014-10)<GLEITEND>; DIN 23320-2 (2014-10)<GLEITEND>; DIN 23320-3 (2014-10)<GLEITEND>
  • Update flag:
    Unchanged