BODYGUARD protective clothing by PROTECT

For the best possible user protection for demanding material processing applications!

We offer a wide portfolio of application-oriented protective clothing ment for, but not limited to industrial operators.

From protective gloves, caps and aprons to trousers, jackets and protective coats, products from our BODYGUARD line offer reliable protection for plasma welding as well as gas welding, to name a few.

Need more protection? Combine our protective clothing with the PROTECT4Welding set. Of course also optionally available with our renowned ONTOR laser safety goggles. Trust in our many years of experience.

We will be happy to advise you personally!

You can find more information about our protective clothing here.

BODYGUARD protective clothing - safety for high demands.


Protective clothing is classified as personal protective equipment according to EU Regulation 2016/425, which is intended to provide protection for the torso, arms and legs, for example, against damaging effects during work. In combination with the new PROTECT4Welding set (400-FACE-SET), PROTECT's protective clothing also provides protection for the eyes, the temples and the cranium. In addition, the user's hands and wrists can be safely protected with the matching BODYGUARD gloves (300-LK1-GLOV-1K, -2K and -3K). We will be pleased to advise you.


  • BODYGUARD protective clothing is made of a special robust material which meets the high saftey standards of material processing. PROTECT's BODYGUARD protective clothing offers you the protection you need, even for demanding activities such as electric welding, including plasma welding, cutting and gas welding, as well as laser welding.
  • The BODYGUARD line meets the requirements of EN ISO 11612 - "Protective clothing - Clothing for protection against heat and flame" - and, at the same time the requirements of EN ISO 11611 - "Protective clothing for welding and allied processes". The fulfilment of these protective properties implies that the wearer is protected from brief contact with a flame as well as from defined convective and radiant heat, welding spatter and UV radiation.

Classification according to DIN EN ISO 11611 - Marking: Class 2 A1 + A2
The international standard DIN EN ISO 11611 defines two classes with specific performance requirements, class 1 being the lower class and class 2 the higher class.

Protective clothing from PROTECT is classified in class 2.
ISO 15025:2017-04 specifies labelling according to method A (indicator A1 = limited flame spread) or method B (indicator A2 = limited flame spread, small samples).

PROTECT's protective clothing meets both requirements and is therefore labelled A1 + A2.
Requirement from DIN EN ISO 11612: The model must always comply with flame spread code A1 or A2 and at least one of the other codes (B to F).

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