Fluorescent striping - yellow glass beads

This striping has a minimum width of 5 cm and only its fluorescent part complies with the EN ISO 20471 (EN 471) (high visibility) requirements. Its retroreflective qualities may not be taken into account for the high visibility standard.


Also available in perforated version.

Some types of striping are perforated to improve breathability. Excessive heat will escape more easily thanks to the perforated striping. That way, firemen are extra protected from burns.

Retroreflective striping - silver glass beads (50 mm)

This striping with a minimum width of 50 mm takes advantage of glass beads to reflect the light to make the wearer of the suit visible in dangerous circumstances. In accordance with the requirements of the EN ISO 20471 (EN 471).


Also available in perforated version.

Some types of striping are perforated to improve breathability. Excessive heat will escape more easily thanks to the perforated striping. That way, firemen are extra protected from burns.

Retroreflective striping - prisms

The retroreflective striping with prisms combines two advantages for firemen: a strong reflection and a very good abrasion resistance. In addition, the monobloc construction guarantees a good flexibility and more comfort.

Thanks to the micro-prismatic technology, the reflection is three times stronger than that of a striping with glass beads in rainy weather. The striping cannot be used to obtain an EN ISO 20471 (EN 471) certification, as the fluorescent part does not fit within the frame of the standard.

Retroreflective striping - yellow prisms

The retroreflective striping with yellow prisms is unique on the market. It is the only one that is both yellow fluorescent and retroreflective on the whole surface. It can be used to manufacture high visibility clothing that complies with the EN ISO 20471 (EN 471) standard.

Just like the retroreflective striping with prisms, the striping uses micro-prismatic technology. It provides a retroreflection that is three times stronger than the reflection of a striping with glass beads in rainy weather.

Retroreflective striping - triple trim (fluo/silver/fluo)

The triple trim retroreflective striping has a grey retroreflective central part with two fluorescent bands around it. Those bands can be yellow or orange. The fluo colours improve visibility by day, while the silver part reflects the cars’ headlights by night.

This striping cannot be used to obtain an EN ISO 20471 (EN 471) certification, as the retroreflective part is not wide enough.


Also available in perforated version.

Some types of striping are perforated to improve breathability. Excessive heat will escape more easily thanks to the perforated striping. That way, firemen are extra protected from burns.

Fluorescent shoulder flap

The fluorescent shoulder flap improves visibility by daylight. It does, however, react as any other colour would do in the dark. The front flap can be fixed with Velcro or loops and can be personalised.

You need at least 0.50m2 of this fluorescent fabric to obtain an EN 471 class 2-2 certification. Both a yellow combined striping or a grey retroreflective striping can be used for the shoulder flap. In addition, a flame retardant fabric can be used that is in accordance with the EN 471 standard.

FTP2100

The top film of the FTP2100 band provides better abrasion protection. In addition, its construction with metalised support offers good flexibility and thus more comfort.

The monobloc prismatic retroreflective strips with reinforced seams guarantee excellent retroreflection, even in the rain. The FTP2100 band complies with both the EN 469:2005 standard and the EN ISO 20471 (EN 471) high visibility standard, as its whole surface is retroreflective.

Retroreflective striping - segmented triple trim (fluo/silver/fluo)

The 3M segmented glass bead tripe trim band offers several advantages. It increases the breathability of the garment, offers greater flexibility as it is glued to the fabric and therefore improves the comfort of the wearer. Without any stitching involved, the PPE has a longer lifespan, as the sewing thread is often a weak point in a garment. And finally , a strong point of this technology is the optimization of the garment’s washing process.