The company Wander d.o.o. uses an accredited Quality Assurance System (ISO…).
The QA-System proofs that all necessary steps for the placement of the product on the EU market, including material buying process, production, sale and delivery are in accordance with the requirements for the PPE according to Council Directive 89/686/EEC.
SIST EN ISO 14116:2008
Protective clothing - Protection against heat and flame - Limited flame spread materials, material assemblies and clothing.
Protective clothing is intended to protect workers against occasional and brief contact with small igniting flames, in circumstances where there is no significant heat hazard and without presence of another type of heat.
SIST EN ISO 11612:2008
Protective clothing -- Clothing to protect against heat and flame.
The purpose of the clothing:
- protection against short unintentional exposure to an open fire (A1) – surface-burning
- protection against exposure to convective heat, first level (B1); (B1 = lowest, B3 = highest level of protection)
- protection against heat radiation, first level (C1); (C1 = lowest, C4 = highest level of protection)
Index 3/5H/40 (material complies with limited flame spread index 3, 5 time home washed at 40°C)
It specifies performance requirements for garments made from flexible materials, which are designed to protect the wearer's body, except the hands, from heat and/or flame. For protection of the wearer's head and feet, the only items of protective clothing falling within the scope of this International Standard are gaiters, hoods and overboots.
SIST EN 1149-5:2008
Protective clothing - Electrostatic properties Part 5: Material performance and design requirements.
Person that uses protective clothing with electrostatic properties has to be properly grounded. Electric resistor between a person and ground has to be lower than 100 MΩ, e.g. with the right footwear; Electrostatic protective clothing can’t be undone or taken off in highly flammable or explosive environments nor when handling with highly flammable or explosive substances; Electrostatic protective clothing can’t be used in a atmosphere rich with oxygen without prior approval from the person responsible for security; Electrostatic properties in protective clothing can change with wearing, damaging, washing and by getting it dirty; Electrostatic protective clothing has to always cover all the material when using the product.
SIST EN 15614:2008
Protective clothing for firefighters – Laboratory test methods and demands for clothes performance, which is worn in an open space.
This protective clothing is intended for firefighters engaged in wild land firefighting and associated activities (technical rescue, natural disasters, smaller industrial fires in the open, etc.). It is not intended and is therefore dangerous when fighting a fire in a closed space.
Öeko -Tex Standard 100, product class II
Tests for harmful substances in textile, that is in contact with skin.
The FIREFIGHTERS clothing collection is made of materials that have gained Öeko-Tex Standard 100. All the materials are skin friendly and do not contain substances that could cause skin allergies.
Protective clothing – General requirements.
This Standard covers general requirements for all protective clothing requiring CE marking in Europe and must be considered along with the specific standard for the item in question. The Standard ‘specifies general performance requirements for ergonomics, innocuousness, size designation, ageing, compatibility and marking of protective clothing and the information to be supplied by the manufacturer with the protective clothing’.
Incorporating correct design, sufficient comfort to the wearer (bearing in mind the safety properties of the garment), dimensional change from repeated cleaning, and the methods used such as dry cleaning, washing etc.