Providing EN Standard Protection for Biztex
EN 14605: 2005
Protective Clothing Against Liquid Chemicals. This standard specifies performance requirements for clothing with liquid-tight (Type 3) or spray-tight (Type 4) connections, including items providing protection to parts of the body only. (Types PB  and PB )
Liquid Tight Suits. (Type 3)
This test involves exposing a whole suit to a series of short jets of a water based liquid, aimed at various critical parts of the suit. This suit protects against strong jets of liquid chemical.
Spray Tight Suits. (Type 4)
Test involves exposing a whole suit to an intense spray of a water based liquid. This suit protects against saturation of liquid chemicals.
EN ISO 13982: 2004 Type 5
Dry particle suit. This specifies the minimum requirements for chemical protective clothing resistant to penetration by air borne solid particles. Protects against hazardous dust and dry particles.
EN 13034: 2005 Type 6
Reduce spray suit (Type 6) and partial body protection items (PB6). This specifies the minimum requirements for chemical protective clothing offering limited protective performance against liquid chemicals. This standard tests for liquid chemical(Type 6 and Type PB  equipment) sprays and splashes that are not directional or built up on a suit but there may be a fine mist of droplets in the atmosphere.
EN 1149 -5:2008
Electrostatic requirements – surface resistivity (test method and requirements). This tests for the removal of electrostatic to avoid sparks that could cause fire/hazard to the wearer.
EN 14126: 2003
This specifies the requirements and test methods for limited use protective clothing providing protection against infective agents.
EN 1073-2: 2002
Protective clothing against radioactive contamination. Requirements and test methods for non-ventilated protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination.
EN ISO 14116:2008
This standard specifies the performance requirements for the limited flame spread properties of materials, material assemblies and protective clothing in order to reduce the possibility of the clothing burning and thereby itself constituting a hazard. Additional requirements for clothing are also specified.
Indicates compliance with current European standards for chemical protective clothing.