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CE marking of protective clothing

Personal protective equipment (PPE) are products that the user can wear or hold, in order to be protected against hazards either at home, at work or whilst engaging in leisure activities. Statistics on fatal and major work accidents underline the importance of

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Protective gloves belong to the group of personal protective equipment or PPE. Personal protective equipment (PPE) are products that the user can wear or hold, in order to be protected against hazards either at home, at work or whilst engaging in leisure activities. Statistics on fatal and major

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QA-CER assures the quality system related to the recycling process and use of recycled materials. Both the recycled content and the quality of the end product are addressed in order to support the principle of sustainability.

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From prototype to ready-to-market smart products

Smart textiles interact with their environment; they change colour, light up, give warning sounds, regulate the body temperature, measure health and other parameters and communicate with databases. They can generate and store energy, or protect

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is defined as “any device to be worn or held by users for protection against one or more health and safety hazards”. To meet legislation requirements, manufacturers must ensure that their products meet the relevant national, European and international standards or

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Because ensuring optimal thermo-physiological comfort is a complex issue in clothing design, Centexbel offers a whole series of tests to assess this important aspect in the development of workwear, sportswear, corporate wear, medical wear, protective and military clothing.

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Toy Safety in the EU

Toys contribute to child development and play is an essential part of growing up. However, toys have to be safe for children to play with. Ensuring that toys marketed in the EU do not put children at risk is a priority. EU legislation aims to ensure that toys meet safety