Protective garments for motorcycle riders - Part 1: Test methods

This European Standard describes some of the test methods for use with EN 17092 Protective garments for motorcycle riders (Part 2 and later parts). It does not apply to: motorcyclists’ garments for motorsport competition events organized by a sanctioning body or motorcyclists’ garments, such as those commonly associated with off-road motocross and similar off-road disciplines, unless said off-road garments have installed impact protection.

Motorradfahrerschutzkleidung - Teil 1: Prüfmethoden

This European Standard describes some of the test methods for use with EN 17092 Protective garments for motorcycle riders (Part 2 and later parts). It does not apply to: motorcyclists’ garments for motorsport competition events organized by a sanctioning body or motorcyclists’ garments, such as those commonly associated with off-road motocross and similar off-road disciplines, unless said off-road garments have installed impact protection.

Vêtements de protection pour les motocyclistes - Partie 1 : Méthodes d’essai

Le présent document décrit plusieurs méthodes d’essai à employer avec l’EN 17092, vêtements de protection pour motocyclistes (Partie 2 et parties suivantes). Il décrit les méthodes d’essai appropriées pour le marquage des zones, l’ergonomie, les propriétés mécaniques et la résistance à l’abrasion par impact.

Varovalna obleka za voznike motornih koles - 1. del: Preskusne metode

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN 17092-1:2020
01-maj-2020
Nadomešča:
SIST EN 13595-1:2002
SIST EN 13595-2:2003
SIST EN 13595-3:2002
SIST EN 13595-4:2002
Varovalna obleka za voznike motornih koles - 1. del: Preskusne metode
Protective garments for motorcycle riders - Part 1: Test methods
Motorradfahrerschutzkleidung - Teil 1: Prüfmethoden
Vêtements de protection pour les motocyclistes - Partie 1 : Méthodes d’essai
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 17092-1:2020
ICS:
13.340.10 Varovalna obleka Protective clothing
43.140 Motorna kolesa in mopedi Motorcycles and mopeds
SIST EN 17092-1:2020 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EN 17092-1
EUROPEAN STANDARD
NORME EUROPÉENNE
March 2020
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
ICS 13.340.10 Supersedes EN 13595-1:2002, EN 13595-2:2002, EN
13595-3:2002, EN 13595-4:2002
English Version
Protective garments for motorcycle riders - Part 1: Test
methods

Vêtements de protection pour les motocyclistes - Partie Motorradfahrerschutzkleidung - Teil 1: Prüfmethoden

1 : Méthodes d'essai
This European Standard was approved by CEN on 25 November 2019.

CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this

European Standard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references

concerning such national standards may be obtained on application to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre or to any CEN

member.

This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by

translation under the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the CEN-CENELEC Management

Centre has the same status as the official versions.

CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia,

Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway,

Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and

United Kingdom.
EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR STANDARDIZATION
COMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATION
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CEN-CENELEC Management Centre: Rue de la Science 23, B-1040 Brussels

© 2020 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved Ref. No. EN 17092-1:2020 E

worldwide for CEN national Members.
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Contents Page

European foreword ....................................................................................................................................................... 3

Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................... 4

1 Scope .................................................................................................................................................................... 5

2 Normative references .................................................................................................................................... 5

3 Terms and definitions ................................................................................................................................... 5

4 Test samples ..................................................................................................................................................... 7

5 Test methods ................................................................................................................................................. 11

5.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 11

5.2 Procedure for determination and demarcation of risk category zones ................................... 11

5.2.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 11

5.2.2 Determination and demarcation of risk category Zone 1 ............................................................. 11

5.2.3 Determination and demarcation of risk category Zones 2 and 3 ............................................... 12

5.3 Procedure to check the additional garment construction requirements ................................ 27

5.4 Test method for determination of impact abrasion resistance (Darmstadt

method) ........................................................................................................................................................... 28

5.4.1 Principle .......................................................................................................................................................... 28

5.4.2 Test criteria .................................................................................................................................................... 28

5.4.3 Apparatus, parts and components ......................................................................................................... 28

5.4.4 Test samples .................................................................................................................................................. 31

5.4.5 Performing the test ...................................................................................................................................... 32

5.4.6 Test report ...................................................................................................................................................... 34

5.5 Determination of restraint ....................................................................................................................... 38

5.5.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 38

5.5.2 Restraint of impact protectors ................................................................................................................ 38

5.5.3 Garment restraint ........................................................................................................................................ 39

5.6 Determination of fit and ergonomics .................................................................................................... 42

5.6.1 Principle .......................................................................................................................................................... 42

5.6.2 Apparatus ........................................................................................................................................................ 42

5.6.3 Test specimens required ........................................................................................................................... 42

5.6.4 Procedure........................................................................................................................................................ 43

Annex A (informative) Determination and demarcation of risk category zones ............................... 45

A.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................... 45

A.2 Description of the work ............................................................................................................................. 45

A.3 Results .............................................................................................................................................................. 45

A.4 Tolerances ...................................................................................................................................................... 47

A.5 Conclusion....................................................................................................................................................... 48

Bibliography ................................................................................................................................................................. 49

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European foreword

This document (EN 17092-1:2020) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 162

“Protective clothing including hand and arm protection and lifejackets”, the secretariat of which is

held by DIN.

This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of

an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by September 2020, and conflicting national

standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by March 2023.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the

subject of patent rights. CEN shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent

rights.
This document, together with EN 17092-2:2020, EN 17092-3:2020, EN 17092-4:2020,
17092-5:2020 and EN 17092-6:2020, supersedes EN 13595-4:2002, EN 13595-3:2002,
EN 13595-2:2002 and EN 13595-1:2002.

This standard is part of a series of standards specifying test methods and requirements for

motorcyclists’ protective garments. EN 17092 comprises multiple parts:
— Part 1: Test methods
— Part 2: Class AAA garments — Requirements
— Part 3: Class AA garments — Requirements
— Part 4: Class A garments — Requirements
— Part 5: Class B garments — Requirements
— Part 6: Class C garments — Requirements

According to the CEN-CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organisations of the

following countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria,

Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary,

Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland,

Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,

Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
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Introduction

This document is a part of a series of standards including EN 17092-2, EN 17092-3, EN 17092-4,

EN 17092-5 and EN 17092-6, which describe the requirements for motorcyclists’ protective

garments according to the various classes of protection offered. EN 17092-1 specifies test

methods to be used to test motorcyclists’ protective garments to confirm that they meet the

requirements of the EN 17092-2 and following parts.
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1 Scope

This document describes some of the test methods for use with EN 17092 protective garments for

motorcycle riders (Part 2 and following parts). It describes the appropriate test methods for

zoning, ergonomics, mechanical properties and impact abrasion resistance.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies.

For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any

amendments) applies.
EN 388:2016+A1:2018, Protective gloves against mechanical risks

EN 1621-1:2012, Motorcyclists' protective clothing against mechanical impact — Part 1:

Motorcyclists' limb joint impact protectors — Requirements and test methods

EN 1621-2:2014, Motorcyclists' protective clothing against mechanical impact — Part 2:

Motorcyclists' back protectors — Requirements and test methods

EN 1621-3:2018, Motorcyclists' protective clothing against mechanical impact — Part 3:

Motorcyclists' chest protectors — Requirements and test methods

EN 1621-4:2013, Motorcyclists' protective clothing against mechanical impact — Part 4:

Motorcyclists' inflatable protectors — Requirements and test methods

EN 13594:2015, Protective gloves for motorcycle riders — Requirements and test methods

EN ISO 3377-1:2011, Leather — Physical and mechanical tests - Determination of tear load —

Part 1: Single edge tear (ISO 3377-1:2011)

EN ISO 4674-1:2016, Rubber- or plastics-coated fabrics — Determination of tear resistance —

Part 1: Constant rate of tear methods (ISO 4674-1:2016)

EN ISO 5077:2008, Textiles — Determination of dimensional change in washing and drying

(ISO 5077:2007)
EN ISO 13688:2013, Protective clothing — General requirements (ISO 13688:2013)
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following

addresses:
• IEC Electropedia: available at http://www.electropedia.org/
• ISO Online browsing platform: available at http://www.iso.org/obp
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3.1
garment

jacket or trouser separate, one-piece or two-piece suit, impact protector ensemble clothing, and

other protective motorcycle rider clothing types excluding protective motorcycle rider clothing

for the head, neck, hands, or feet
3.2
waistline

line in the horizontal plane of the waist, at the level of the highest points of the iliac crests on a

subject standing upright
3.3
beltline

line in a horizontal plane, at the level of the bottom seam, or 4 cm down from the top of the

waistband, at the centre front of the trousers on a subject standing upright
3.4
loop restraint

mechanism whereby a loop of material attached to or a part of a garment limb passes around a

digit of the hand
3.5
rotor

complete assembly, which spins in a clockwise rotation, comprised of the 3 arms of the sample

carrier and the 3 arms of the mass carrier, also including the axle and optionally the electric

motor
3.6
sample carrier
three arms of the rotor, on which the sample holders are mounted
3.7
mass carrier

three additional arms, containing the masses needed to adjust the required total rotational mass

inertia of the rotor
3.8
time to stop

time between the release of the rotor and the end of the sliding of the samples on the concrete tile

3.9
distance to stop

calculated rotational distance travelled by the sample carriers, between the release of the rotor

and the end of the sliding of the samples on the concrete tile
3.10
structural strong layer(s)
SSL

layer of material or combination of layers of materials that confer the mechanical properties on a

garment that allows it to resist damage and mechanical stress and thereby provide protection in

an accident. The layer or layers may be of leather, fabric, or other materials individually or in

combination and may or may not include the outermost layer
3.11
hole
break in a test sample, in any dimension, caused by abrasion
Note 1 to entry: see 5.4.5.3.
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3.12
test run

single test at a predetermined revolutions per minute, executed on three test samples

3.13
test cycle

three successive test runs (see 3.12 and 5.4.5.1) to test a material or a combination of materials

3.14
overgarment
clothing designed to be worn over a suit, jacket or trousers
3.15
undergarment
clothing designed to be worn under a suit, jacket or trousers
4 Test samples
Samples shall be provided for examination and testing according to Table 1.

Tests shall be performed on complete garments and specimens obtained from them. If it is not

possible to perform any required test using an actual test sample garment, the test may be

performed using a representative sample of same materials and construction as found in the

complete garment.

In the case of garments with pockets or other provisions for removable impact protectors, the

manufacturer shall submit for testing, samples of all impact protectors appropriate for the

garment as listed in the information notice for users.

Before testing, garments and samples shall be cleaned according to the manufacturer instructions.

It is not necessary to clean garments before testing where only trivial surface cleaning treatments

are recommended, for example wiping with a damp sponge (see EN ISO 13688:2013, 5.2). Test

samples shall be conditioned in an atmosphere of (23 ± 2) °C and (50 ± 5) % relative humidity for

a minimum period of 24 h before testing.

Testing shall either be carried out in the conditioning environment or shall be started within

30 min of the removal of the test samples from that environment.

It is recommended to perform the tests in the above conditioning atmosphere; if not possible, the

test atmosphere shall not exceed the temperature of (23 ± 5) °C and a relative humidity of 15 % to

75 %.

The dimensions given in the following Table 1 are intended with a tolerance of ± 5 % unless

specified by the cited method.
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Table 1 — Minimum testing samples quantities

EN 17092-2:2020 Test Test method Test piece Samples quantity Samples quantity Samples quantity

and following necessary for necessary for necessary for class C
parts clause classes AAA, AA, A class B

4.1.1 Innocuousness EN ISO 13688:2013, one garment or one sample of each material equivalent to an area of

4.2 two A4 sheets and one sample of each metallic material which could
come into prolonged contact with the skin

4.1.2 Dimensional EN ISO 5077:2008; one garment one garment one garment one garment

stability of
EN ISO 13688:2013,
garments
5.2 (for garment
preparation)

4.2.1 Impact energy EN 1621-1:2012, One garment and, if See the relevant part Not applicable See the relevant part

absorption EN 1621-2:2014, applicable, all of EN 1621 series of EN 1621 series
(not relevant for
EN 1621-3:2018, mandatory and
part 5) (general)
EN 1621-4:2013 optional impact
according to the protectors specified
type and location by the manufacturer
in the garment’s
of the protector
information notice

4.2.2 Impact 5.5.2 One garment with all mandatory and Not applicable one garment with all

protector mandatory and
(not relevant for optional impact protectors specified
location and optional impact
part 5)
by the manufacturer in the garment’s
fixation protectors specified
information notice
by the manufacturer
in the garment’s
information notice
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EN 17092-2:2020 Test Test method Test piece Samples quantity Samples quantity Samples quantity

and following necessary for necessary for necessary for class C
parts clause classes AAA, AA, A class B
4.3 Impact 5.4 9 test pieces with one garment,
abrasion diameter ≥ 125 mm of

(4.2 in part 5) alternatively an assembly at least (600 × 600) mm having the same

resistance each material layer or
combination of materials as found in the garment with all materials
combination of layers
oriented in the same warp or machine direction (alternatively weft or
with all materials
cross direction) and also with an indication of the direction and outside
oriented in the same
face. If the manufacturer has declared the specific orientation of the
direction (machine /
layers is essential, then the sample layers shall be oriented as in the
warp / weft / cross)
garment
and also with an
Not applicable for Class C under garments.
indication of the
direction and outside
face. If the
manufacturer has
declared the specific
orientation of the
layers is essential, then
the sample layers shall
be oriented as in the
garment.
4.4.2 Seam strength EN 13594:2015, 6.7 3 test pieces of each one garment
and Annex B seam type or joint

(4.3.2 in part 5) alternatively one sample of each SSL construction made with same

between materials
materials, and with the same type of seam as it is in the garment and
forming the SSL
with the dimension of at least 40 cm length and 20 cm width and with
Regular test pieces: the seam placed lengthwise in the sample.
(50 × 80) mm
minimum dimensions:
(30 × 60) mm
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EN 17092-2:2020 Test Test method Test piece Samples quantity Samples quantity Samples quantity

and following necessary for necessary for necessary for class C
parts clause classes AAA, AA, A class B

4.5 Tear strength EN ISO 3377-1:2011 leather: 6 test pieces one garment or one sample of each material in leather or in textile

(40 × 70) mm equivalent with an area of (320 × 320) mm
(4.4 in part 5) EN ISO 4674-1:2016,
method B textile: 6 test pieces
(50 × 200) mm.
Strongest layer to be
tested

4.6.2 Two-piece suit 5.5.3.1 upper part and lower one two-piece suit one two-piece suit not applicable

requirements part of the two-piece garment garment
(4.5.2 in part 5)
for joint suit
between the
upper and the
lower part
4.6.3 Garment 5.5.3.2 2 sleeves one garment one garment one garment, if
sleeve
(4.5.3 in part 5) it has sleeves
restraint

4.7 Risk category 5.2 one garment one garment with all one garment one garment with all

zoning mandatory impact appropriate impact
(4.6 in part 5)
protectors protectors

4.8 Fit and 5.6 one garment one garment with all one garment one garment with all

ergonomics mandatory and mandatory and
(4.7 in part 5)
optional impact optional impact
protectors protectors

NOTE All specimens can be taken from one single garment, if technically possible. Generally it is sufficient to carry out each test on specimens taken from one single size

garment.
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5 Test methods
5.1 General

Dimensions and other data are subjected to a tolerance of ±3 % unless specified otherwise

5.2 Procedure for determination and demarcation of risk category zones
5.2.1 General

The determination and marking of risk category zones (see Figures 1 to 11) is carried out in steps:

1) Zone 1 areas are located by placing the impact protector area templates of the shoulder, elbow,

knee, or hip impact protectors, as appropriate according to the mandatory protector requirements

for the Class of the garment, on the corresponding locations of the garment, and then marking

around the outside edges of said templates.
2) Zone 2 and zone 3 are then located as follows:

a) primary reference points at the neck, waistline or beltline (as appropriate), crotch, shoulders,

elbows, wrists, knees, and ankles are located and marked;

b) each of the primary reference points is used to determine the location of a specific cross section

of the body and to determine the starting point for measurements around the circumference

that is described by that cross section;

c) the locations of two secondary reference points along each circumference are determined using

two percentages of the measure of that circumference. (These secondary reference points

describe points where the boundaries of the risk category zones intersect the circumferences.);

d) the secondary reference points of each circumference are then linked to the secondary

reference points on the other circumferences with flexible tape and by marking, creating lines

that describe the complete boundaries of the risk category zones across the entire garment.

For all procedures in 5.2.2 and 5.2.3, all mandatory impact protectors to be provided with the garment

(see also Clause 4) shall be in their installed or attached positions and all adjustment straps, devices or

fit adjusting systems shall be adjusted to their maximum looseness so that the garment may be at its

maximum expansion. All vents, pockets, and other external openings shall be closed.

5.2.2 Determination and demarcation of risk category Zone 1

Select the appropriate templates (as described in EN 1621-1:2012, 6.3.1.5.2 and 6.3.1.5.3) for the

mandatory impact protectors, according to the type of protectors (Type A or B) supplied with the

garment and EN 1621-1:2012, 5.3. Position the protectors and templates as described in

EN 1621-1:2012, 6.3.1.5.4, with the exception that the template shall be placed directly on the exterior

of the garment, over the corresponding protector locations, and then mark the boundaries of the

templates on the garment. All areas inside these boundaries are considered Zone 1. See Figure 1 for an

illustration of typical Zone 1 template placement.

Only for Class B or Class C garments without pockets for impact protectors (EN 17092-4:2020): using

Type A impact protector templates (as described in EN 1621-1:2012, 6.3.1.5.2 and 6.3.1.5.3), position

the protector templates as described in EN 1621-1:2012, 6.3.1.5.4, with the exception that the template

shall be placed directly on the exterior of the garment, over the corresponding body joint, and then

mark the boundaries of the templates on the garment. This step is not required for the hip protectors of

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class AAA garments (see 5.2.3.5). All areas inside these boundaries are considered Zone 1. See Figure 1

for an illustration of typical Zone 1 template placement.

As class C garments may be partial garments i.e. short trousers or short sleeved shirts or vests, in those

cases the zoning procedure is performed on the available area of the garment.
Key
zone 1
Figure 1 — Typical placement of Zone 1 templates
5.2.3 Determination and demarcation of risk category Zones 2 and 3
5.2.3.1 Confirmation of primary reference point locations

Using Figures 1 and 2 as a guide, mark the primary reference points according to Table 2. To accomplish

this have a person of suitable size as described in the manufacturer's information notice for users, don

the garment and assume a natural standing position, as permitted by the garment, and then mark the

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location of primary reference points A through E and G through H as appropriate on the outside of the

garment. Reference point F is then marked while the assessor is sitting upright with a 90 ° bend at the

knees and hip.

The reference point for the “waist” and subsequent measurements for garments (except trouser

separates) are based on locating the “waistline”, whereas, the reference point for the “waist” and

subsequent measurements for trouser separates (only) are based on locating the “beltline”. See the

definitions at 3.2 and 3.3.

NOTE See Annex A for additional information with regard to the location of the primary reference points and

tolerances.
Table 2 — Location of the primary reference points
Primary Location shall correspond to:
Reference
Point
A The centre of the neck (suprasternal point, anterior)
B The centre of the shoulder articulation (the centre of “r1” of the relevant
EN 1621-1:2012 impact protector template).
C The centre of the elbow articulation (point of elbow)

D The terminal point, at the wrist, of a line which is drawn from the centre of the larger

radius of the installed EN 1621-1:2012 elbow template (“r1”), when positioned

according to 5.2.2, and which intersects “r2” of the elbow impact protector template.

E For garments (except trouser separates) The centre of the waistline (anterior).

For trouser separates (only) The centre of the beltline (anterior).

F The centre of the knee articulation (anterior - the centre of “r1” of the relevant

EN 1621-1:2012 impact protector template)
G The centre of ankle articulation (point of ankle bone at outside of the ankle)
H The centre of the crotch.

In the case of suit legs or trouser legs, with or without cuffs, that do not reach the ankles because they

are designed to be worn inside of boots, reference point G is located on the assessor’s body and a

vertical line, perpendicular to the floor, is projected upwards to the edge of the trouser leg or cuff and

the reference point is marked at this location on the trouser leg or cuff.
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Key
primary reference points
secondary reference points
Figure 2 — Locations of reference points
5.2.3.2 Marking and measuring the circumferences of the cross sections

a) In order to measure the circumferences of the cross sections the garment shall be mounted on a

mannequin or stuffed with a suitable material. In all cases, the garment shall be expanded to its

maximum dimensions. Care should be taken to assure that the garment is not under such pressure

that the mannequin or stuffing distort the garment, e.g. in areas with stretch panels.

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b) Using Figure 2 and Table 3 as guides and starting at primary reference points A, B, C, D, E, F, G,

mark, measure and record the circumferences A, B, C, D, E, F, G on the garment. All circumferences

except for the neck circumference (circumference A) shall be marked in a flat plane.

Circumference measurements shall be to the nearest 0,5 cm. For the neck circumference, the marked

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prEN 17092-1:2017 (E) 2 Contents Page European foreword ....................................................................................................................................................... 3 Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................... 4 1 Scope .................................................................................................................................................................... 5 2 Normative references .................................................................................................................................... 5 3 Terms and definitions ................................................................................................................................... 5 4 Test samples ..................................................................................................................................................... 6 5 Test methods ................................................................................................................................................. 11 5.1 Procedure for determination and demarcation of risk category zones ................................... 11 5.1.1 Determination and demarcation of risk category Zone 1 ............................................................. 11 5.1.2 Determination and demarcation of risk category Zones 2 and 3 ............................................... 12 5.2 Test method for determination of impact abrasion resistance .................................................. 28 5.2.1 Darmstadt method ....................................................................................................................................... 28 5.3 Determination of restraint ....................................................................................................................... 40 5.3.1 Restraint of impact protectors ................................................................................................................ 40 5.3.2 Garment restraint ........................................................................................................................................ 40 5.4 Determination of fit and ergonomics .................................................................................................... 43 5.4.1 Principle .......................................................................................................................................................... 43 5.4.2 Apparatus ........................................................................................................................................................ 43 5.4.3 Test specimens required ........................................................................................................................... 43 5.4.4 Procedure........................................................................................................................................................ 43 Annex A (informative)

Determination and demarcation of risk category zones ............................... 45 A.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................... 45 A.2 Description of the work ............................................................................................................................. 45 A.3 Results .............................................................................................................................................................. 45 A.4 Tolerances ....................................................................................

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