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DIN EN ISO 18640-1:2017-02

DIN EN ISO 18640-1:2017-02

Protective clothing for firefighters - Physiological impact - Part 1: Measurement of coupled heat and moisture transfer with the sweating TORSO (ISO/DIS 18640-1.2:2017); German and English version prEN ISO 18640-1:2017 / Note: Date of issue 2017-01-27

Vêtements de protection pour sapeurs-pompiers - Impact physiologique - Partie 1: Mesurage du transfert de masse et de la chaleur couplés par la transpiration du torse (ISO/DIS 18640-1.2:2017); Version allemande et anglaise prEN ISO 18640-1:2017 / Attention: Date de parution 2017-01-27

Schutzkleidung für die Feuerwehr - Physiologische Wärmebelastung - Teil 1: Messung von gekoppelter Wärme und Stoffaustausch mit dem schwitzenden Torso (ISO/DIS 18640-1.2:2017); Deutsche und Englische Fassung prEN ISO 18640-1:2017 / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2017-01-27

Fecha Anulación:
2018-11 /Withdrawn
Equivalencias internacionales:

ISO/DIS 18640-1 (2017-01)

prEN ISO 18640-1 (2017-01)

Relación con otras normas DIN:
Resumen:
This document provides the general principles of a test method for evaluating the physiological impact of garments or protective clothing ensembles in a series of simulated activities (phases) under defined ambient conditions. This standard test method characterizes the essential properties of fabric assemblies of a representative garment or clothing ensemble for thermo-physiological assessment: - dry thermal insulation; - measures for cooling properties during average metabolic activity and moisture management (dry and wet heat transfer); - drying behaviour. Optionally and in addition to the standard test method, the same testing protocol can be applied to characterise more complex protective clothing ensembles including underwear, air layer and design features. This document is intended to be used to measure and describe the behaviour of fabric assemblies of a garment or clothing ensemble in response to a simulated series of activities under controlled laboratory conditions, with the results used to optimize garment combinations and material selection. Furthermore, this document is intended to be used to describe the thermo-physiological impact of protective clothing but not the risk for heat stress under actual fire conditions. The results of this test can be used as elements of a risk assessment with respect to thermo-physiological load.
Keywords:
Clothing, Definitions, Environmental condition, Evaluations, Fire brigade, Fire brigade equipment, Fire protection, Firefighting, Heat, Heat load, Mass transfer, Measurement, Measuring techniques, Physiological effects (human body), Protection, Protective clothing, Protective equipment, Safety, Test method, Testing, Thermal protection
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