EUROPROTECT has been designing, manufacturing and submitting for certification technical textile products for personal protection for more than 30 years. Our Research and Development staff are fully conversant with the requirements of the European directives and international standards with which all PPE must comply.

We provide textile solutions that meet your specifications and the requirements of the following standards:

Performance requirements for clothing protecting against fires (flames, heat, mechanical and chemical properties, etc.).
Performance requirements for clothing worn to fight wildland fires (flames, heat, ergonomics, comfort).
Clothing designed for fighting wildland fires is not suitable for fighting structural fires.
This standard sets out the specifications for materials and clothing designed to protect the wearer from the risks associated with electric arcs.
Two categories of protection are available: 4 kA or 7 kA
These standards set out performance requirements in relation to fire, heat (radiant, convective or contact) and splashes of molten metal.
This standard does not apply to structural fires.
This standard sets out requirements in terms of protection against minor splashes of molten metals.
Performance requirements for impermeable clothing to protect against accidental exposure to small quantities of sprayed or splashed low-hazard chemical products.
Performance requirements for protective clothing designed to dissipate static electricity in order to avoid sparks that may cause a fire or explosion.
This standard sets out specifications for fluorescent and retro-reflective fabrics, as well as the minimum area of high visibility material required on the garment.
Fabrics are classified based on two criteria: the level of impermeability and the breathability of the garment.
This standard sets out the thermal insulation specifications for clothing protecting against cold and temperatures below 5°C.