Standard facts

We always put the worker’s safety first. With our garments, you can rest assured that you have the best protection according to European norms.

When visibility a crucial demand at your working site, our high visibility workwear will help to maximise your personal protection.

Our wide assortment makes it easy to find the flame protective workwear that fit your occupation and risk assessment while adding to your safety.

IEC 61482-2:2009
Certified and approved garments appropriate for use in work environments where there is a risk of electric arcs. Certified for Open Arc test and Box test.

EN ISO 11611:2015
Protective clothing for use in welding and allied processes.

EN ISO 11612:2015
Clothing to protect against heat and flame.

EN ISO 14116:2015
Certified and approved garments that protect the user in the event of contact with heat and flames. These should be used in conjunction with EN ISO 11612 or EN ISO 11611 garments.

EN ISO 20471:2013
Certified and approved garments for protection when the user needs visually to signal his or her presence to vehicles in daylight, at night or in poor weather conditions.

EN 14404
Knee protection. Certified protective equipment.

EN 13982
​​​​​​​Protective clothing against solid particulates.


EN 342:2004
Certified and approved garments provide protection against cold weather, i.e. thermal insulation properties and air permeability.

EN 1149-5:2008
Certified and approved garments that protect against electrostatic discharge. Suitable for work where there is a risk of explosion.

EN 13034:2005,
​​​​​​​TYPE PB* [6]

Certified and approved garments provide a limited protective function against chemicals in liquid form. Suitable for work in environments where there may be a risk of chemical splashes, i.e. exposure to small amounts of chemicals where a total chemical barrier is not required.

EN 343:2003+A1:2007
Certified and approved garments provide protection against rain and inclement weather.