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BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Sleeves

 

Item No.: AL8

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


 

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Apron

 

Item No.: AL7

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

BLUE EAGLE Aluminized
Apron With Sleeves

 

Item No.: AL6

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Gaiters

 

Item No.: AL5

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Boots

 

Item No.: AL4

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Trousers

 

Item No.: AL3

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Coat

 

Item No.: AL2

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Hood

 

Item No.: AL1

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized
Protection Gloves

 fire gloves, heat gloves

Item No.: AL165

 fire gloves, heat gloves, aluminized gloves

Material: Woven fabric of aramid fiber blend over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminum laminate 1 side.

 

Size: 11 (5-finger type)

 

Length: 16"

 

Features:

  • The BLUE EAGLE ® aluminized protective gloves AL145, AL165 and AL205 provide user five fields of fire/heat protections, including burning, contact heat, convective heat, radiant heat and small molten metal splashes.

  • Three sizes are avaiable.
    AL145 (14" or 36 cm), AL165 (16" or 40 cm), AL205 (20" or 50 cm)

  • Complied with CE EN407 and EN388.
 
 
** EN 407 - Protective gloves against thermal risks **

1.
Burning behaviour (Performance level 4)

The burner is placed below the glove so that it is in a plane with the vertical middle line of the glove or the middle finger and is perpendicular to the surface of the glove. The burner is mounted at an angle of 30 degrees to the vertical. The distance between the tip of the burner and the lower edge of the glove or the middle finger shall be 20 mm.

 

Glove shall be tested for each ignition time, i.e. 3 s and 15 s. The after flame time and after glow time shall be recorded for each ignition time.  
 

Performance

Level

After flame time

(sec)

After glow time

(sec)

1

< 20

No requirement

2

< 10

< 120

3

< 3

< 25

4

< 2

< 5

 

 

2. Contact heat (Performance level 2)
Apply a force on the glove to contact a heated surface with certain temperature (100°C, 250°C, 350°C, or 500°C). Measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 10°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 10°C). At each level, the threshold time must be more than 15 s.  
 

Performance

Level

Contact temperature

(°C)

Threshold time

(sec)

1

100

> 15

2

250

> 15

3

350

> 15

4

500

>  15

 

 

3. Convective heat (Performance level 3)
Position the glove sample on a support stand and place a burner below it. Ignite the burner, measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 24°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 24°C
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI

(sec)

1

> 4

2

> 7

3

> 10

4

> 18

 
 
4. Radiant heat (Performance level 4)

Position the glove sample on a support stand and place a radiant heat source in front of it. After open the radiant heat source, measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 24°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 24°C

 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer T24

(sec)

1

> 7

2

> 20

3

> 50

4

> 95

 

 

5. Small splashes of molten metal (Performance level 3)
Let molten metal drops on the glove. Measure and record how many drops will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 40°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 40°C
 

Performance

Level

Number of molten metal droplets

1

> 10

2

> 15

3

> 25

4

> 35

 

 
 

** EN 388 - Protective gloves against mechanical risks **

1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 4)
2. Blade cut resistance (Performance level 5)
3. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
4. Puncture resistance (Performance level 2)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Blade cut resistance (index)

1.2

2.5

5.0

10.0

20.0

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized
Protection Gloves

 fire gloves, heat gloves

Item No.: AL145

 fire gloves, heat gloves, aluminized gloves, ce gloves, ce en407 gloves

Material: Woven fabric of aramid fiber blend over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminum laminate 1 side.

 

Size: 11 (5-finger type)

 

Length: 14"

 

Features:

  • The BLUE EAGLE ® aluminized protective gloves AL145, AL165 and AL205 provide user five fields of fire/heat protections, including burning, contact heat, convective heat, radiant heat and small molten metal splashes.

  • Three sizes are avaiable.
    AL145 (14" or 36 cm), AL165 (16" or 40 cm), AL205 (20" or 50 cm)

  • Complied with CE EN407 and EN388.
 
 
** EN 407 - Protective gloves against thermal risks **

1.
Burning behaviour (Performance level 4)

The burner is placed below the glove so that it is in a plane with the vertical middle line of the glove or the middle finger and is perpendicular to the surface of the glove. The burner is mounted at an angle of 30 degrees to the vertical. The distance between the tip of the burner and the lower edge of the glove or the middle finger shall be 20 mm.

 

Glove shall be tested for each ignition time, i.e. 3 s and 15 s. The after flame time and after glow time shall be recorded for each ignition time.  
 

Performance

Level

After flame time

(sec)

After glow time

(sec)

1

< 20

No requirement

2

< 10

< 120

3

< 3

< 25

4

< 2

< 5

 

 

2. Contact heat (Performance level 2)
Apply a force on the glove to contact a heated surface with certain temperature (100°C, 250°C, 350°C, or 500°C). Measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 10°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 10°C). At each level, the threshold time must be more than 15 s.  
 

Performance

Level

Contact temperature

(°C)

Threshold time

(sec)

1

100

> 15

2

250

> 15

3

350

> 15

4

500

>  15

 

 

3. Convective heat (Performance level 3)
Position the glove sample on a support stand and place a burner below it. Ignite the burner, measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 24°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 24°C
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI

(sec)

1

> 4

2

> 7

3

> 10

4

> 18

 
 
4. Radiant heat (Performance level 4)

Position the glove sample on a support stand and place a radiant heat source in front of it. After open the radiant heat source, measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 24°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 24°C

 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer T24

(sec)

1

> 7

2

> 20

3

> 50

4

> 95

 

 

5. Small splashes of molten metal (Performance level 3)
Let molten metal drops on the glove. Measure and record how many drops will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 40°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 40°C
 

Performance

Level

Number of molten metal droplets

1

> 10

2

> 15

3

> 25

4

> 35

 

 
 

** EN 388 - Protective gloves against mechanical risks **

1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 4)
2. Blade cut resistance (Performance level 5)
3. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
4. Puncture resistance (Performance level 2)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Blade cut resistance (index)

1.2

2.5

5.0

10.0

20.0

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Sleeves

 

Item No.: AL8

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


 
 Detail

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Apron

 

Item No.: AL7

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

 Detail

BLUE EAGLE Aluminized
Apron With Sleeves

 

Item No.: AL6

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

 Detail

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Gaiters

 

Item No.: AL5

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

 Detail

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Boots

 

Item No.: AL4

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

 Detail

BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Trousers

 

Item No.: AL3

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

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BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Coat

 

Item No.: AL2

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

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BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized Hood

 

Item No.: AL1

 

Material: Woven fabric of a modified acrylic fiber over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminized one side.
 

Features:

  • The aluminized clothing is designed to provide protections against thermal and mechanical risks.

  • Ideal for use in steel mills, casting shops, heat treating operations and foundries.

  • The aluminized clothings are tested according the following methods.
 
** Thermal risks protection **

1. EN 367 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Method: Determination of the heat transmission on exposure to flame
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI24

(sec)

B1

3 - 6

B2

7 - 12

B3

13 - 20  

B4 21 - 23  
B5 31 -      
 
 
2. ISO 6942 Protective Clothing - Protection against heat and flames - Test Ms soethod: Evaluation of materials and material assemblies when exposure to urce of radiant heat
 

* Heat Transfer T24 > 95 sec

 


** Mechanical risks protections **
 
EN 388
1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 2)
2. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
3. Puncture resistance (Performance level 4)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized
Protection Gloves

 fire gloves, heat gloves

Item No.: AL165

 fire gloves, heat gloves, aluminized gloves

Material: Woven fabric of aramid fiber blend over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminum laminate 1 side.

 

Size: 11 (5-finger type)

 

Length: 16"

 

Features:

  • The BLUE EAGLE ® aluminized protective gloves AL145, AL165 and AL205 provide user five fields of fire/heat protections, including burning, contact heat, convective heat, radiant heat and small molten metal splashes.

  • Three sizes are avaiable.
    AL145 (14" or 36 cm), AL165 (16" or 40 cm), AL205 (20" or 50 cm)

  • Complied with CE EN407 and EN388.
 
 
** EN 407 - Protective gloves against thermal risks **

1.
Burning behaviour (Performance level 4)

The burner is placed below the glove so that it is in a plane with the vertical middle line of the glove or the middle finger and is perpendicular to the surface of the glove. The burner is mounted at an angle of 30 degrees to the vertical. The distance between the tip of the burner and the lower edge of the glove or the middle finger shall be 20 mm.

 

Glove shall be tested for each ignition time, i.e. 3 s and 15 s. The after flame time and after glow time shall be recorded for each ignition time.  
 

Performance

Level

After flame time

(sec)

After glow time

(sec)

1

< 20

No requirement

2

< 10

< 120

3

< 3

< 25

4

< 2

< 5

 

 

2. Contact heat (Performance level 2)
Apply a force on the glove to contact a heated surface with certain temperature (100°C, 250°C, 350°C, or 500°C). Measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 10°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 10°C). At each level, the threshold time must be more than 15 s.  
 

Performance

Level

Contact temperature

(°C)

Threshold time

(sec)

1

100

> 15

2

250

> 15

3

350

> 15

4

500

>  15

 

 

3. Convective heat (Performance level 3)
Position the glove sample on a support stand and place a burner below it. Ignite the burner, measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 24°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 24°C
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI

(sec)

1

> 4

2

> 7

3

> 10

4

> 18

 
 
4. Radiant heat (Performance level 4)

Position the glove sample on a support stand and place a radiant heat source in front of it. After open the radiant heat source, measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 24°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 24°C

 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer T24

(sec)

1

> 7

2

> 20

3

> 50

4

> 95

 

 

5. Small splashes of molten metal (Performance level 3)
Let molten metal drops on the glove. Measure and record how many drops will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 40°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 40°C
 

Performance

Level

Number of molten metal droplets

1

> 10

2

> 15

3

> 25

4

> 35

 

 
 

** EN 388 - Protective gloves against mechanical risks **

1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 4)
2. Blade cut resistance (Performance level 5)
3. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
4. Puncture resistance (Performance level 2)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Blade cut resistance (index)

1.2

2.5

5.0

10.0

20.0

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

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BLUE EAGLE
A
luminized
Protection Gloves

 fire gloves, heat gloves

Item No.: AL145

 fire gloves, heat gloves, aluminized gloves, ce gloves, ce en407 gloves

Material: Woven fabric of aramid fiber blend over a fiberglass core yarn, aluminum laminate 1 side.

 

Size: 11 (5-finger type)

 

Length: 14"

 

Features:

  • The BLUE EAGLE ® aluminized protective gloves AL145, AL165 and AL205 provide user five fields of fire/heat protections, including burning, contact heat, convective heat, radiant heat and small molten metal splashes.

  • Three sizes are avaiable.
    AL145 (14" or 36 cm), AL165 (16" or 40 cm), AL205 (20" or 50 cm)

  • Complied with CE EN407 and EN388.
 
 
** EN 407 - Protective gloves against thermal risks **

1.
Burning behaviour (Performance level 4)

The burner is placed below the glove so that it is in a plane with the vertical middle line of the glove or the middle finger and is perpendicular to the surface of the glove. The burner is mounted at an angle of 30 degrees to the vertical. The distance between the tip of the burner and the lower edge of the glove or the middle finger shall be 20 mm.

 

Glove shall be tested for each ignition time, i.e. 3 s and 15 s. The after flame time and after glow time shall be recorded for each ignition time.  
 

Performance

Level

After flame time

(sec)

After glow time

(sec)

1

< 20

No requirement

2

< 10

< 120

3

< 3

< 25

4

< 2

< 5

 

 

2. Contact heat (Performance level 2)
Apply a force on the glove to contact a heated surface with certain temperature (100°C, 250°C, 350°C, or 500°C). Measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 10°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 10°C). At each level, the threshold time must be more than 15 s.  
 

Performance

Level

Contact temperature

(°C)

Threshold time

(sec)

1

100

> 15

2

250

> 15

3

350

> 15

4

500

>  15

 

 

3. Convective heat (Performance level 3)
Position the glove sample on a support stand and place a burner below it. Ignite the burner, measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 24°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 24°C
 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer index HTI

(sec)

1

> 4

2

> 7

3

> 10

4

> 18

 
 
4. Radiant heat (Performance level 4)

Position the glove sample on a support stand and place a radiant heat source in front of it. After open the radiant heat source, measure and record how long will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 24°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 24°C

 

Performance

Level

Heat transfer T24

(sec)

1

> 7

2

> 20

3

> 50

4

> 95

 

 

5. Small splashes of molten metal (Performance level 3)
Let molten metal drops on the glove. Measure and record how many drops will the temperature on the other side of the glove raise 40°C, i.e. measure and record how long will user’s hand raise 40°C
 

Performance

Level

Number of molten metal droplets

1

> 10

2

> 15

3

> 25

4

> 35

 

 
 

** EN 388 - Protective gloves against mechanical risks **

1.
Abrasion resistance (Performance level 4)
2. Blade cut resistance (Performance level 5)
3. Tear resistance (Performance level 4)
4. Puncture resistance (Performance level 2)
 

Test

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Abrasion resistance

(number of cycles)

100

500

2000

8000

-

Blade cut resistance (index)

1.2

2.5

5.0

10.0

20.0

Tear resistance (N)

10

25

50

75

-

Puncture resistance (N)

20

60

100

150

-

 

 

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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