Standards and Marking

EUROPEAN STANDARS

EN 166 - General standard

The present European Standard includes construction specifications and functional and performance requirements (optical and mechanical properties) of the various kinds of individual protectors of the eye, as well as marking requirements.

EN 169 - Welding filters

The present European Standard specifies the numbers of scale and the requirements of the transmission factor of the filters designed to protect workers involved with welding, braze welding, arc cutting and plasma jet cutting.

EN 170 - Ultraviolet filters

The present European Standard specifies the numbers of scale and the requirements of the transmission factor of the filters designed to protect against ultraviolet radiations.

EN 172 - Solar protection filters for industrial use

The present European Standard specifies the graduation numbers, the transmission factors and their related requirements of solar protection filters for industrial use.

REACH

In order to safeguard the consumers’ health, the European Union issued the REACH regulation (come into force on 1st June 2007) which forbids the use of certain chemicals. COFRA guarantees that all its safety eyewear comply with the Reach Regulation; they do not contain forbidden or limited substances (Aromatic amines and 4-aminobenzoic acid deriving from azo dyes, heavy metals, phthalates, and so on) and, to guarantee it, all garments and accessories used during production are subjected to controls.

TP TC 019/2011

EAC
Technical regulation on the safety of Personal Protective Equipment distributed in the territory of the Eurasian Customs Union

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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