Our tests

Regulations and procedures

EN 13594
This standard specifies requirements and test methods for gloves designed to protect the hands of motorcyclists. It covers aspects such as abrasion resistance, impact protection, and seam strength to ensure maximum safety.
EN 1621
This standard covers motorcyclists' impact protectors, such as knee, elbow, and shoulder pads. It tests the effectiveness of these protectors in absorbing energy and reducing the risk of injury during impacts.
EN 17092
EN 17092 sets the benchmark for motorcycle protective garments. It focuses on the clothing's ability to protect against abrasions, tears, and impacts, providing riders with essential safety in different riding conditions.
EN 1929 (cars)
This regulation pertains to the installation of safety belts and restraint systems intended for individual use by adults in forward-facing, rearward-facing, and side-facing seats.
This standard outlines the criteria a barrier must meet to receive FIM homologation for installation on their circuit tracks.
The FRHPhe-02 (FIM Racing Homologation Program for helmets) is a standard set by the International Motorcycling Federation to ensure all helmets used in FIM races meet the world's highest requirements for impact absorption.
ISO 7176-19
This section of ISO 7176 applies to all manual and powered wheelchairs, including scooters, that may be used as forward-facing seats in motor vehicles by children and adults with a body mass of 22 kg or more.
This regulation applies to child restraint systems for child occupants of power-driven vehicles, including Integral Universal ISOFIX Enhanced Child Restraint Systems, Integral Specific Vehicle ISOFIX Enhanced Child Restraint Systems, Non-integral Universal Enhanced Child Restraint Systems, and Non-integral Specific Vehicle Enhanced Child Restraint Systems.
R16 (seatbelts)
This Regulation applies to the installation of safety-belts and restrain systems which are intended for separate use, i.e. as individual fittings, by persons of adult build occupying forward-facing, rearward-facing and side-facing seats.
In accordance with regulations 22.05 and 22.06, we can carry out tests in our facilities to measure impact absorption (extra points, low and high energy), projection & surface, rigidity, and retention systems.