Personal Protective Equipment

Standards and Expertise

We strive to create our products in compliance with the various requirements of European standards (ISO) in place for Personal Protective Equipment. We adjust the materials used when manufacturing products depending on their use in order that they can be used in the best possible way and to ensure comfort and convenience to the user.


Materials used

In order to protect you and provide you with clothing that is extremely comfortable and resistant, we opt for increasingly innovative materials when manufacturing our products. In particular, we use Kevlar®, a cut-resistant material, Taeki5®, a flexible material that is highly resistant to abrasion, cuts and UV, as well as Cordura® fabric which provides lightweight garments of greater durability. You will also find Beaver cloth, which is a wind-proof, cold-proof, water-repellent and wear-resistant material as well as Breathane® fabric, which is greatly flexible, breathable and impermeable.

3M Scotchlite
3M Thinsulate

Similarly, we are developing products with Thinsulate® fibre, which is light and soft with thermal properties, soybean fibres, which biodegradable and ecological, making the fabric tear-resistant, as well as bamboo fibres that provide more comfort and render it a premium quality garment due to it absorbing moisture, refreshing in hot weather and providing warmth in cold weather.


Assembly techniques

We combine these fabrics with specific properties using advanced manufacturing techniques, to obtain highly technical composites. This method improves the quality of the material for different uses (agility, rigidity under exertion, etc.). We also use other assembly techniques so that our products are hydrophobic, breathable, water repellent, waterproof, insulating, impermeable, anti-moth, pill resistant, shape-retaining, soft, flexible, light, antibacterial, tactile, more comfortable and manageable, environmentally friendly, non-slip, anti-magnetic waves, but also more visible, strong and aesthetic.

European standards

European standards are evolving year after year; they are becoming more and more demanding in order to continuously improve the protection of professionals who work in special-activity sectors. It is by keeping up with these regulatory objectives that we can create and develop our products to meet current standards as well as anticipating any future ones. In order to ensure the authenticity of these standards, we approach various notified organisations, including SATRA, SGS, Intertek, INSPEC and CTC, who certify that our products are effectively compliant with the requirements of various standards to which they respond.

Protection risques