Our workwear carries a wide range of recognised certifications which guarantee you peace of mind.

The EU Flower

The EU Flower

Tech Zone, Standard Zone, Neon Zone and Casual Zone are marked with the EU Flower which ensures that the fabric used is among the least environmental impacting fabrics - without compromising the quality or the efficiency of the fabric. The Flower is the EU environmental label. It guarantees that the product has been tested for residues of chemicals that could be harmful to the wearer of the environment. The product is free of AZO dyes, formaldehyde, nickel and chlorine bleach.

Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 Certification

Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Certification

Most of our fabric qualities are Oeko-Tex certified. Oeko-Tex is the world's leading health certification for textiles. In short, Oeko-Tex certification guarentees that the fabric / product is not harmful to the wearer's health. The "Confidence in Textiles" logo is familiar to most people. Oeko-Tex 100 is a human ecological product standard. Textile products are tested for content of harmful chemicals and dyestuffs.
For further information: See www.oeko-tex.com



The LOXY® logo guarentees the optimal product solution, for you and our environment. Durable and reliable products, ensure long lasted garments. All tapes and reflective accessories are tested regularly for harmful substances according Oeko-Tex 100 requirements.

EN 343: Protection in poor weather

EN 343

This pictogram states the degree of protection. The figures next to the pictogram state:
x: Outdoor jacket’s ability to resist water penetration from the outside (water resistance).
3 = highest level of protection, 1 = lowest level of protection.
y: Resistance to moisture transfer (breathability) states how well the moisture from sweat can escape from the inside and out through the outermost material.
3 = very good moisture transfer, 1 = poor moisture transfer.

EN 471: Safety categories for fluorescent workwear

EN 471

This symbol means that the clothing is certified to EN 471. The upper figure gives the clothing classification and the lower figure gives the highest class of reflection. An EN 471 classification is always a clothing category.