Protective clothing for automobile racing drivers - Protection against heat and flame - Performance requirements and test methods (ISO 14460:1999)
This International Standard specifies test methods, performance requirements and design parameters for clothing for protection against heat and flame intended for drivers in automobile competitions. This International Standard concerns outer garments, under garments, socks, gloves and balaclava hoods. Shoes and helmets are excluded.
Schutzkleidung für Autofahrer - Schutz gegen Hitze und Flammen - Leistungsanforderungen und Prüfverfahren (ISO 14460:1999)
Diese Norm legt Prüfverfahren, Leistungsanforderungen und Parameter der Gestaltung für Schutzkleidung gegen Hitze und Flammen fest, die für Fahrer in Autorennen bestimmt ist. Diese Norm bezieht sich auf die Oberkleidung, Unterbekleidung, Socken, Handschuhe und Balaclava-Hauben. Schuhe und Helme fallen nicht unter diese Norm.
Vetements de protection pour pilotes automobiles - Protection contre la chaleur et le feu - Exigences de performance et méthodes d'essai (ISO 14460:1999)
La présente Norme internationale spécifie les méthodes d'essai, les exigences de performance et les paramètres de conception des vêtements de protection contre la chaleur et le feu destinés à être portés par les pilotes automobiles lors des compétitions. La présente Norme internationale couvre les vêtements de dessus et de dessous, les chaussettes, les gants et les cagoules; elle ne couvre pas les chaussures et les casques.
Varovalna obleka za voznike dirkalnih avtomobilov – Zaščita pred učinki toplote in plamena – Varnostne zahteve in preskušanje (ISO 14460:1999)
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SIST EN ISO 14460:2000
Protective clothing for automobile racing drivers - Protection against heat and flame -Performance requirements and test methods (ISO 14460:1999)
Schutzkleidung für Autofahrer - Schutz gegen Hitze und Flammen -
Leistungsanforderungen und Prüfverfahren (ISO 14460:1999)
Vetements de protection pour pilotes automobiles - Protection contre la chaleur et le feu- Exigences de performance et méthodes d'essai (ISO 14460:1999)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO 14460:1999
13.340.10 Varovalna obleka Protective clothing
SIST EN ISO 14460:2000 en
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Protective clothing for automobile racing
drivers — Protection against heat and
flame — Performance requirements and
Vêtements de protection pour pilotes automobiles — Protection contre
la chaleur et le feu — Exigences de performance et méthodes d'essai
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International Standard ISO 14460 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 94, Personal safety — Protectiveclothing and equipment, Subcommittee SC 13, Protective clothing.
Annex ZA forms a normative part of this International Standard. Annex A is for information only.© ISO 1999
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD © ISO ISO 14460:1999(E)
Protective clothing for automobile racing drivers — Protection
against heat and flame — Performance requirements and test
This International Standard specifies test methods, performance requirements and design parameters for clothing
for protection against heat and flame intended for drivers in automobile competitions. This International Standard
concerns outer garments, under garments, socks, gloves and balaclava hoods. Shoes and helmets are excluded.2 Normative references
The following normative documents contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of
this International Standard. For dated references, subsequent amendments to, or revisions of, any of these
publications do not apply. However, parties to agreements based on this International Standard are encouraged to
investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the normative documents indicated below. For
undated references, the latest edition of the normative document referred to applies. Members of ISO and IECmaintain registers of currently valid International Standards.
ISO 3175-1:1998, Textiles — Dry-cleaning and finishing — Part 1: Method for assessing the cleanability of textilesand garments.
Textiles — Care labelling code using symbols.
ISO 4675:1990, Rubber- or plastics-coated fabrics — Low-temperature bend test.
ISO 5077:1984, Textiles — Determination of dimensional change in washing and drying.
ISO 6330:— , Textiles — Domestic washing and drying procedures for textile testing.
ISO 9151:1995, Protective clothing against heat and flame — Determination of heat transmission on exposure toflame.
ISO 13688:1998, Protective clothing — General requirements.
ISO 13935-1:1999, Textiles — Seam tensile properties of fabrics and made-up textile articles — Part 1:Determination of maximum force to seam rupture using the strip method.
ISO 15025:— , Protective clothing — Protection against heat and flame — Method of test for limited flame spread.3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this International Standard, the following terms and definitions apply.To be published. (Revision of ISO 6330:1984)
To be published.
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single item of clothing which may consist of a single or multiple layers
one-piece garment which is worn as an outermost layer over an under garment and which is designed to entirelycover the wearer except for the head, hands and feet
garment which is designed to be worn between an outer garment and the wearer's body3.4
combination of materials of a multilayer garment, presented exactly as in the finished garment construction3.5
lining found on that face of the component assembly which is intended to be nearest to the wearer's skin3.6
method of fastening openings in the garment including combinations of more than one method of achieving a secureclosure
EXAMPLE A slide fastener covered by an overflap fastened down with a touch and close fastener.3.7
junction of two edges of material which are permanently attached in the garment by sewing or any other method3.8
seam which holds the outer garment together and which if broken would expose the under garments and reduce theprotection
one-piece garment designed to fit closely over the entire head and to extend downwards to cover the neck4 Design
4.1 Outer garment
The outer garment shall be constructed as one piece. It shall extend to cover the neck and be close-fitting at thewrists and ankles.
Closure systems shall be constructed so as to fulfil the performance requirements of the garment and shall becovered by an overflap of the same materials as in the component assembly.
All structural seams shall be constructed so as to maintain the integrity of the garment.
Straps intended for lifting the wearer shall be incorporated in the garment in the following places: on top of each shoulder;
on each side, at waist level, forward of the median line between the armpit and hip.Straps shall be placed so as not to make contact with the car seat.
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4.2 Under garments
Under garments for the upper body shall be designed to cover the wearer's neck and upper arm, and shall have a
polo neck. Under garments for the lower body shall consist of boxer shorts, with a minimum inner leg measurementof 50 mm, or long underpants.
4.3 Balaclava hoods
All the part of the balaclava hood seen in frontal projection when the garment is worn, shall consist of at least two
layers and shall have not more than two apertures, no larger than is necessary for normal vision. The mass per
area of the two layers together shall be ≥ 360 g/m . The lower part shall be designed to extend inside the outer or
inner garment all around the neck so that it will not come free whichever way the head is moved.4.4 Socks
Socks shall be half-hose (to mid-calf) and the materials shall have a mass per area ≥ 180 g/m .4.5 Gloves
The back of the glove shall be composed of at least two layers. The mass per area of the two layers together shall
be ≥ 360 g/m . Seam stitching shall be invisible. The glove shall be fitted at the wrist, and shall be designed to
normally cover at least 2 cm above the wrist joint. Gloves shall cover the cuffs of the wearer's outer garment.5 Sampling and pretreatment
5.1 Samples submitted for testing shall consist of at l