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Technical Information

Laundry instructions

Alsico clothing is labeled with laundry instructions and regulations. Respecting these instructions increases the life of the clothing. The instructions are always adapted to the most delicate part of the garment. A couple of tips: - Close all zippers before washing - Wash dark clothing inside out - Careful when ironing emblems - Wash less dirty garments at lower temperatures, this is better for the environment - Preferably sort laundry by colour/level of soiling - Wash the light and dark colours separately - For coloured clothes, use a colour detergent without optical whiteners - Clothes dried in a finisher/tunnel look better and shrink less than when dried in a tumbler - It is inherent to jeans fabric that colour changes may occur over its lifespan and dependent on maintenance of the product. - High Visibility (EN 20471:2013) clothing must be washed separately. - Do not use chlorine, starch or soap as these will negatively affect the flame spread properties of your clothing.


The protective clothing within our Industry collection includes high-quality personal protective equipment (PPE) certified to EN standards and/or international guidelines. These EN standardized PPE's are certified by an accredited test institute, also called Notified Body. A certification consists of a technical file, an inspection by the manufacturer and/or Notified Body and instructions for use. This instruction for use is an integral part of the Personal Protective Equipment and should therefore always be supplied (it can also be requested at any time). It is the task of your safety officer to ensure that it is clearly explained and that the wearer of the PPE understands it. In order to also provide optimal protective clothing, your safety officer must conduct a risk analysis beforehand.

European norms

EN 343:2003: Protective clothing - Protection against rain EN 1149-5:2008: Protective clothing - Electrostatic properties. Material performance and design requirements. EN ISO 11612:2008: Protective clothing - Clothing for protection against heat and fire EN ISO 14116:2008: Protective clothing - Protection against heat and flames EN ISO 11611:2007: Protective clothing for use in welding and related processes EN 510:1993: Specification for protective clothing for use in areas where there is a risk of choking with moving parts EN 342:2004: Protective clothing - garments and clothing ensembles for protection against cold EN 61482-1-1: Determination of the arc classification (ATPV or EBT50) of flame-resistant materials for clothing EN 61482-1-2: Determination of the arc protection class of material and clothing by means of a limited and targeted arc (box test) EN 61482-2: Live working - Protective clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc Part 2: Requirements EN ISO 20471:2013: High visibility clothing - Test methods and requirements EN 13034:2005 + A1:2009: Protection against liquid chemicals - Requirements for clothing that provides limited protection against liquid chemicals (Type 6 and Type PB [6])