• IEC 60895:2002

    Superseded A superseded Standard is one, which is fully replaced by another Standard, which is a new edition of the same Standard.

    Live working - Conductive clothing for use at nominal voltage up to 800 kV a.c. and +/- 600 kV d.c.

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    Superseded date:  31-12-2021

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    Published date:  22-08-2002

    Publisher:  International Electrotechnical Committee

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    FOREWORD
    INTRODUCTION
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 Technical requirements
       4.1 General
       4.2 Technical requirements for conductive material
            4.2.1 Flame retardancy
            4.2.2 Electrical resistance
            4.2.3 Current-carrying capability
            4.2.4 Shielding and screening efficiencies
            4.2.5 Requirements to withstand cleaning
            4.2.6 Spark-discharge protection
       4.3 Specific requirements for component parts
            4.3.1 Conductive gloves, overshoe socks and socks
            4.3.2 Conductive footwear
            4.3.3 Conductive head cover and face screen
       4.4 Marking
       4.5 Packaging
       4.6 Manufacturer's instructions
    5 Type tests of conductive material (specimen)
       5.1 Flame-retardancy test
            5.1.1 Principle of test
            5.1.2 Test apparatus
            5.1.3 Test specimens
            5.1.4 Test procedure
            5.1.5 Results
       5.2 Electrical resistance test
            5.2.1 Test equipment
            5.2.2 Preparation of test specimens
            5.2.3 Procedure
            5.2.4 Test results
       5.3 Current-carrying capability
            5.3.1 Test equipment
            5.3.2 Preparation of test specimens
            5.3.3 Procedure
            5.3.4 Test results
       5.4 Shielding efficiency
            5.4.1 Test equipment
            5.4.2 Test mounting
            5.4.3 Earth connection
            5.4.4 Line connection
            5.4.5 Test procedure
       5.5 Resistance to cleaning
            5.5.1 Laundering
            5.5.2 Dry-cleaning
            5.5.3 Acceptability of material
    6 Type tests of garment
       6.1 General
       6.2 Electrical resistance
            6.2.1 Test procedure
            6.2.2 Measurement locations
            6.2.3 Acceptable values
    7 Type tests of the complete clothing
       7.1 Bonding test
       7.2 Efficiency of conductive clothing
    8 Type test of the component parts
       8.1 Conductive gloves and mitts
       8.2 Conductive overshoe socks and normal socks
       8.3 Conductive footwear
       8.4 Conductive head cover and face screen
    9 Routine tests
       9.1 Parts of conductive clothing from a single manufacturer
       9.2 Parts of conductive clothing from multiple manufacturers
    10 Acceptance checks and tests
    11 Modification
    Annex A (normative) Suitable for live working (double triangle)
            (IEC-60417-5216)
    Annex B (normative) Classification of tests
       B.1 Tests on conductive material
       B.2 Tests on the conductive garment
       B.3 Tests on the conductive component parts
       B.4 Tests on the complete clothing
    Annex C (normative) Sampling procedure
       C.1 General
       C.2 Classification of defects
       C.3 General sampling plan
       C.4 Procedure when testing is carried out in a laboratory
            other than the manufacturer's
    Annex D (informative) Electrodes for determining electrical
            resistance properties of material specimen and garments
       D.1 General
       D.2 Conductive paint
    Annex E (informative) Recommendations for the in-service care,
            maintenance and periodic testing of conductive clothing
            and component parts
       E.1 Care, storage and repair
       E.2 Inspection before use
       E.3 Non-destructive periodic testing
    Bibliography
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    Applicable to conductive clothing, either assembled from component parts or forming a single complete clothing, worn by (electrically) skilled persons during live working (especially bare-hand working) at a nominal power system voltage up to 800 kV a.c. and ±600 kV d.c. It is applicable to conductive jackets, trousers, coveralls (one-piece clothing), gloves or mitts, hoods, shoes, overshoe socks and socks. The main changes with respect to the previous edition are listed below: - the scope has been extended to cover the use of conductive clothing to ±600 kV d.c.; - revision of the electrical resistance requirements of the fabrics used in conductive clothing; - revision of the testing procedures for complete clothing. The contents of the corrigendum of February 2003 habe been included in this copy.

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    Committee TC 78
    Development Note Stability Date: 2018. (09/2017)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher International Electrotechnical Committee
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes

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    CEI 18-66 : 2013 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS IN SHIPS - PART 509: OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
    07/30162245 DC : 0 BS EN 60092-XXX - ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS IN SHIPS - PART XXX - OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
    BS EN 61477:2009 LIVE WORKING - MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UTILIZATION OF TOOLS, DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT
    I.S. EN 50110-1:2013 OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS - PART 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    I.S. EN 61477:2009 LIVE WORKING - MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UTILIZATION OF TOOLS, DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT
    CEI EN 61477 : 2010 LIVE WORKING - MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UTILIZATION OF TOOLS, DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT
    IEC 61477:2009 Live working - Minimum requirements for the utilization of tools, devices and equipment
    EN 50321-1:2018 Live working - Footwear for electrical protection - Insulating footwear and overboots
    CLC/TR 50488:2006 Railway applications - Safety measures for the personnel working on or near overhead contact lines
    CEI EN 50110-1 : 2014 OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS - PART 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    PD CEN/CLC/TR 16832:2015 Selection, use, care and maintenance of personal protective equipment for preventing electrostatic risks in hazardous areas (explosion risks)
    BS PD CEN/TR 16832 : 2015 SELECTION, USE, CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR PREVENTING ELECTROSTATIC RISKS IN HAZARDOUS AREAS (EXPLOSION RISKS)
    08/30181631 DC : DRAFT APR 2008 BS IEC 60092-509 - ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS IN SHIPS - PART 509: OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
    I.S. EN 50321-1:2018 LIVE WORKING - FOOTWEAR FOR ELECTRICAL PROTECTION - INSULATING FOOTWEAR AND OVERBOOTS
    S.R. CEN/CLC/TR 16832:2015&LC:2015 SELECTION, USE, CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR PREVENTING ELECTROSTATIC RISKS IN HAZARDOUS AREAS (EXPLOSION RISKS)
    CEN/CLC/TR 16832:2015 Selection, use, care and maintenance of personal protective equipment for preventing electrostatic risks in hazardous areas (explosion risks)
    CEN/TR 16832 : 2015 COR 2015 SELECTION, USE, CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR PREVENTING ELECTROSTATIC RISKS IN HAZARDOUS AREAS (EXPLOSION RISKS)
    CEI CLC/TR 50488 : 2007 RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - SAFETY MEASURES FOR PERSONNEL WORKING NEAR OVERHEAD CONTACT LINES
    IEEE 1067 : 2012 IN-SERVICE USE, CARE, MAINTENANCE, AND TESTING OF CONDUCTIVE CLOTHING FOR USE ON VOLTAGES UP TO 765 KV AC AND +/-750 KV DC
    UNE-EN 50110-1:2014 Operation of electrical installations - Part 1: General requirements
    BS EN 50321-1:2018 Live working. Footwear for electrical protection Insulating footwear and overboots
    IEC 60092-509:2011 Electrical installations in ships - Part 509: Operation of electrical installations
    S.R. CLC/TR 50488:2007 RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - SAFETY MEASURES FOR THE PERSONNEL WORKING ON OR NEAR OVERHEAD CONTACT LINES
    IEC 61482-2:2018 REDLINE LIVE WORKING - PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AGAINST THE THERMAL HAZARDS OF AN ELECTRIC ARC - PART 2: REQUIREMENTS
    IEEE DRAFT 1067 : D9 2004 DRAFT: GUIDE FOR IN-SERVICE USE, CARE, MAINTENANCE, AND TESTING OF CONDUCTIVE CLOTHING FOR USE ON VOLTAGES UP TO 765 KV AC AND +/- 750 KV DC
    BS IEC 60092-509:2011 Electrical installations in ships Operation of electrical installations
    BS EN 50110-1:2013 Operation of electrical installations General requirements
    EN 61477:2009/corrigendum:2010 LIVE WORKING - MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UTILIZATION OF TOOLS, DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT
    EN 50110-1:2013 Operation of electrical installations - Part 1: General requirements
    IEC 61482-2:2018 RLV Live working - Protective clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc - Part 2: Requirements

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    ISO 3290:2001 Rolling bearings Balls Dimensions and tolerances
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    IEC 60212:2010 Standard conditions for use prior to and during the testing of solid electrical insulating materials
    ISO 6330:2012 Textiles Domestic washing and drying procedures for textile testing
    IEC 60050-151:2001 International Electrotechnical Vocabulary (IEV) - Part 151: Electrical and magnetic devices
    IEC 60743:2013 Live working - Terminology for tools, devices and equipment
    ISO 9004:2009 Managing for the sustained success of an organization A quality management approach
    IEC 61318:2007 Live working - Conformity assessment applicable to tools, devices and equipment
    ISO 9001:2015 Quality management systems - Requirements
    ISO 9000:2015 Quality management systems Fundamentals and vocabulary
    IEC 60050-826:2004 International Electrotechnical Vocabulary (IEV) - Part 826: Electrical installations
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