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  Keywords:

#designed #oxygen #use #requirements #specifies

  Directive

Personal protective equipment Regulation ((EU) 2016/425)

  Last Official Journal reference

Tuesday 19th of May 2020

  Description:

Respiratory protective devices for self-rescue Filtering devices with hood for escape from fire Requirements, testing, marking

  Purpose

This European Standard refers to filtering devices with a hood for personal escape from particulate matter, carbon monoxide and other toxic gases produced by fire. It specifies minimum requirements for this device which is for single use. It does not cover devices designed for use in circumstances where there is or might be an oxygen deficiency (oxygen less than 17 % by volume). Two types of devices are specified; namely, those designed to be carried on the person and those designed to be stored. This standard specifies devices primarily designed for adult users. Some devices may not be suitable for children. Laboratory and practical performance tests are included for the assessment of compliance with the requirements.

  Publication

Tuesday 26th of June 2018

  Reference

This standard superseed the "EN 403:1993"

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