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GLOVES

Reference standards
The glove is made in accordance with EU Regulation 2016/425 and complies with the requirements of standards EN 420 2003 A1:2009 and the standard document EN 13594:2015 "Gloves For Motorcycle Use."

Protection required
EN 13594:2015 now includes requirements for two different performance levels. Gloves with level 1 performance provide a primary level of protection but with greater dexterity than level 2, whereas level 2 gloves provide increased protection but there may potentially be weight and restriction penalties. The tests covered by EN 13594 can be grouped into the following areas:

  1. Requirements that cover the general design of the glove, such as its overall length.
  2. Tests on the integrity of the whole glove, which include a measurement of the strength of seams or joints between pieces of material forming the protective layer.
  3. Tests on the innocuousness of the materials used to construct the glove. These include pH value and chrome VI content of any leather materials. The use of hard inclusions (such as metal studs or buckles) is also restricted to those which do not present a hazard to the user’s hand.
  4. To ensure that the rider can still ride safely while wearing the gloves, a procedure is included to assess the ergonomics of the glove.
  5. Tests to ensure the glove materials are sufficiently durable include an assessment of cut resistance using a reciprocating circular blade machine and a tear strength test .
  6. A test to assess the restraint of the glove on the wearer’s hand is also included, as clearly the glove will not offer any protection to the wearer if it is pulled or thrown off the hand during an accident.
  7. Finally, there is a test for impact protection which measures the product’s ability to reduce forces transmitted to the hand caused by an impact. This test is mandatory for all level 2 gloves, plus any gloves that are designed to attenuate impact energy.



TUCANO URBANO DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY.
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ANDREW 9987HM
BARONE - 9971HM
BARONESSA - 9970HW
GIG PRO - 9920HU
GINKA - 9959HW
GRANT - 9990HU
FEELWARM - B908U
HANDWARM - 9969HU
HUB 2G - 9980HM
KRILL - 9985HU
KRONOS - 9983HU
LADY HUB 2G - 9980HW
LADY MIKY - 9961HW
LADY PASSWORD CE - 9960HW
MIKY - 9961HM
MIKY KID - 9961HK
MONTY TOUCH CE - 9978HM
MARQUIS - 9975HM
MRK2 - 9974HM
NEW MARY - 9954HW
PENNA - 9962HU
PIEGA - 9103HM
SILVYA 2G - 9982HW
WENDY 9986HW
WINDY 9986HM
WRK - 9979HM
TAAAC - 9101HU
ZEUS 2G - 9102HU





GARMENTS CE-CERTIFICATE

Reference standards
Tucano Urbano jackets and trousers are made in accordance with EN 17092:2020 "Protective clothing for motorcycle riders".
EN 17092:2020 is a new standard currently in development, which is expected to be published in 2019. It will work alongside EN 13595, but will include all clothing marketed as "protective clothing for motorcyclists". It will therefore cover jackets and trousers as well as one- and two- piece suits, and includes a wide variety of tests intended to assess the protection and integrity of the clothing ensemble.

Protection required
EN 17092:2020 now includes requirements for four different performance levels Class AAA, AA, A, B and C garments.
Class AAA garments. The highest level of protection, against the highest level of risks. Some common examples are: one-piece or two-piece suits. These garments are likely to have severe and limiting ergonomic, weight and thermal penalties, which some riders will not find acceptable for their specific riding activities.
Class AA garments. The second highest level of protection, against the risks of the greatest diversity of riding activities. Some common examples are: garments designed to be worn by themselves or to be worn over other clothing. These garments are expected to have lower ergonomic and weight penalties than Class AAA garments and some riders will not find these penalties acceptable for their specific riding activities.
Class A garments. The third highest level of protection. Some common examples are: garments, designed to be worn by themselves or to be worn over other clothing by riders in extremely hot environments. Class A garments are expected to have the least ergonomic and weight penalties.
Class B garments. Certified only for impact risk. Garments are designed to provide the equivalent abrasion protection of Class A garments but without the inclusion of impact protectors.
One examples is: jacket in elasticised mesh with certified back protector.
Class C garments. Certified only for abrasion resistance. Garments are designed to provide impact protection for areas covered by the impact protector(s) only, and they do not offer minimum abrasion protection. Class C garments are intended to be worn with and supplement the protection offered by Class AAA, AA, A or B garments. One examples is: moto jackets without protectors.


The tests covered by EN 17092:2020 can be grouped into the following areas:

  1. Impact abrasion resistance (Darmstadt method) This test simulates the stress that is placed on the protective garments when worn by an average rider with a body mass of 75kg and a height of 1.75m, when sliding from variable initial speeds to standstill on a real concrete road surface.
    In one run, three specimens of the material are mounted in holders attached to rotating arms positioned above a concrete tile (road surface). To pass, no holes with an opening of 5mm or more in any direction are to be present on the layer closest to the body.
  2. Strength of seams. Three test pieces of each seam, including all layers of materials from the garment that are present in the seam are tested according to the test procedure in EN 13594:2015. The seam strength is calculated by dividing the breaking force by the length of the tested seam.
  3. Tear strength. For textile garments, six ‘trouser leg’ type specimens are taken from each material of the garment and are torn apart using a standard tensile test machine. For leather garments, six ‘double edged tear’ specimens are taken from each material of the garment and torn apart, also using a standard tensile test machine. Materials shall be tested in two directions - warp and weft.
  4. Impact energy absorption. Elbow, shoulder, knee and hip impact protectors are to be present in Class AAA and AA garments as a mandatory requirement, with the hip protectors being optional in Class A garments. EN 1621 impact protectors must be positioned in the garment so that they cover the appropriate body part, according to the relevant impact protector standard.
  5. Dimensional stability. If the manufacturer’s instructions indicate that garments can be washed or dry cleaned, the test procedure for dimensional change for washing of protective clothing material is to be carried out in accordance with EN 13688. Measurement of dimensional change is carried out according to ISO 5077. Changes in dimension due to cleaning of material must not exceed ±3 percent for woven materials and ±5 percent for knitted material and nonwovens.
  6. Fit and ergonomics. Garments are to fit in accordance with the manufacturer’s size labelling and with the fit information supplied. The assessor must be able to carry out all the essential movements while wearing the test garment and all responses given by the assessor to the series of questions detailed in EN 17092:2020 must be positive.
  7. Garment restraint. Cones are used to exert a circumferential force to the sleeve restraint systems. The restraint systems must withstand this load without opening in order to pass the test.



TUCANO URBANO DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY.
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4TEMPI 2G - 8135MF040_4TEMPI 2G LADY - 8136WF040
AREOS 2G 8199MF284_AREAS 2G - 8200WF284
DAVID 8218MF040
DUOMO - 8191MF242
GULLIVER 2G - 8194MF242
HIFIVE - 8207MF310
ICEMAN - 8134MF146
MANZONI - 8198MF242
MISS - 8170WF237
NETWORK - 8187MF201
NETWORK 2G - 8160MF201_NETWORK LADY 2G -8154WF201
PEL 2G - 8189FM079_ PELETTE 2G - 8190WF079
POL 2G - 8156MF198
POL-ICE - 8168MF095
RIVS - 8204MF283
SHELLMAX - 8159MF203
SPENCER - 8217MF334
TOM - 8123MF061
TWIN - 8210MF201
URBIS 5G - 8110MF095_URBANA 5G - 8109WF095
ZIPSTER 2G - 8158MF201




T.UR DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY.
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P-FOUR - T8176M
P-ONE - T8162M
P-ONE LADY - T8178W
P-ZERO - T8174M
J-FOUR - T8175M
J-ONE - T8161M
J-ONE LADY - T8177W
J-THREE - T8164M
J-TWO - T8163M
J-ZERO - T8173M


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