SRPS EN 407:2007

EN 407:2004 CEN/TC



Zaštitne rukavice protiv opasnosti od toplote (toplote i/ili vatre)




Protective gloves against thermal risks (heat and/or fire)

Ovim dokumentom utvrđuju se zahtevi, metode ispitivanja, informacije koje treba da se daju i  obeležavanje za zaštitne rukavice protiv opasnosti od toplote (toplota i/ili vatra). On treba da se primenjuje na sve rukavice koje štite ruke protiv toplote i/ili plamena u jednom od sledećih oblika: vatra, kontakt sa toplotom, toplotno strujanje, toplotno zračenje. 


This document specifies test methods, general requirements, levels of thermal performance and the marking for protective gloves against heat and/or fire. It should be used for all gloves which protect the hands against heat and/or flames in one or more of the following forms: fire, contact heat, convective heat, radiant heat, small splashes or large quantities of molten metal. There are other standards relevant to specific applications, as for example fire-fighting or welding. Product tests may only give performance levels and not protection levels.

SRPS EN 12477:2007



CEN/TC 162


Zaštitne rukavice za zavarivače




Protective gloves for welders

Ovim evropskim standardom definišu se zahtevi i metode ispitivanja za zaštitne rukavice koje se koriste pri ručnom zavarivanju metala, sečenju i srodnim procesima. Zaštitne rukavice za zavarivače štite šake i ručne zglobove u toku procesa zavarivanja i sa njim povezanim poslovima.


This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for protective gloves for use in manual metal welding, cutting and allied processes. Protective gloves for welders protect the hands and the wrists during the process of welding and related tasks. Protective gloves for welders protect against small splashes of molten metal, short contact exposure to limited flame, convective heat and contact heat and U.V. radiation from the arc. Besides, they protect against mechanical aggressions. According to their performance, protective gloves for welders are classified into two types : - type A : lower dexterity (with higher other performance), - type B : higher dexterity (with lower other performance). Protective gloves for special welding processes are outside the scope of this standard.

SRPS EN 511:2010

EN 511:2006 CEN/TC



Zaštitne rukavice koje štite od hladnoće 




Protective gloves against cold

Ovim standardom specificirani su zahtevi i metode ispitivanja za rukavice koje štite od prenosne (konvektivne) i provodne konduktivne) hladnoće na temperaturi ispod - 50 °C. Ova hladnoća treba da liči na klimatske uslove ili uslove u industrijskoj proizvodnji. 


This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for gloves which protect against convective and conductive cold down to –50 °C. This cold can be linked to the climatic conditions or an industrial activity. The specific values of the different performance levels are decided by the special requirements for each class of risk or the special areas of application. Product tests may only giveperformance levels and not levels of protection. 

SRPS EN 61482-1-


EN 61482-1-2:2014



Rad pod naponom – Odeća za zaštitu od termičkih rizika električnog luka – Deo 1-2: Metode ispitivanja – Metoda 2: Određivanje klase materijala i odeće za zaštitu od indirektnog ili direktnog luka (ispitna kutija)




Live working - Protective clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc - Part 1-2: Test methods - Method 2: Determination of arc protection class of material and clothing by using a constrained and directed arc (box test)

Ovaj deo IEC 61482 specificira metode za ispitivanje materijala i delova namenjenih za toplotno i vatro-otpornu odeću za radnike koji su izloženi dejstvu električnog luka. Nasuprot ispitnim metodama u IEC 61482-1-1 usmereni i ograničeni električni luk u kolima niskog napona upotrebljava se za klasifikaciju materijala i odeće u definisanim klasama zaštite od luka.


IEC 61482-1-2:2014 specifies procedures to test material and garments intended for use in heat and flame-resistant clothing for workers if there is an electric arc hazard. A directed and constrained electric arc in a test circuit is used to classify material and clothing in two defined arc protection classes. This International Standard is not dedicated toward measuring the arc rating values (ATPV, ELIM, or EBT). Procedures determining these arc rating values are prescribed in IEC 61482-1-1, using an open arc for testing. Other effects than the thermal effects of an electric arc like noise, light emissions, pressure rise, hot oil, electric shock, the consequences of physical and mental shock or toxic influences are not covered by this standard. Protective clothing for work intentionally using an electric arc, e.g. arc welding, plasma torch, is not covered by this standard. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition, published in 2007. This edition constitutes a technical revision which includes the following significant technical changes with regard to the previous edition: - new mean values of main control parameters arc energy and incident energy based on an extended statistical database consisting of parameter values measured in four laboratories; - reduction of validity check ranges of main control parameters; - metermination of the incident energy by averaging the two sensor values of a test (instead of considering each single sensor value); -determination of the heat curves of transmitted incident energy and an amendment to the heat flux acceptance criterion; - clarification of the scope; - and selection of the arc protection classes (test classes) by the amount of the arc energy and incident energy instead of the short-ci