EN 1149-5 is European standard for garments that protect against electrostatic discharge where there is a risk of explosion e.g. in oil refineries.
It is part of a series of standards for test methods and requirements for electrostatic properties of protective clothing.
EN 1143-3 is a test method, that uses induction charging to evaluate how fast a fabric discharge, i.e. looses its electrostatic charge via air. According to the Standard the charge decay value should be no more than 4 seconds according to test method EN 1149-3. It means that antistatic fabric should loose its electrostatic charge in less than 4s.

HYDRA-255
HYDRA-255
HYDRA-255

255gsm | 80% Cotton, 19% Polyester, 1% Antistatic | Twill 3/1

(2 Test Reports)

Workwear fabric

Key features:  Antistatic, Oeko-Tex 100

Test Reports: EN 1149, ISO 105-C06

 
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CLEANSTATIC-240
CLEANSTATIC-240
CLEANSTATIC-240

240gsm | 65% Polyester,  33% Cotton, 2% Antistatic | Twill 2/1

(2 Test Reports)

Workwear fabric

Key features: Antistatic, Hi-Viz (Contrast), Oeko-Tex 100

Test Reports: EN 1149, EN 61340, EN 20471 (Contrast)

 
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