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  • Roads & Traffic Expo Philippines--Roadstar upcoming Fair

    Roads & Traffic Expo Philippines--Roadstar upcoming Fair

    Roadstar Reflective Material Co., Ltd will attend the 2019 Roads & Traffic Expo Philippines Roads & Traffic Expo Philippines Date: 01-02 Oct 2019 Venue: SMX Convention Center, Pasay, Philippines Looking forward to your visiting.

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  • DOT-C2


    What is DOT C2 reflective tape? DOT C2 is a reflective tape that meets minimum reflective criteria in an alternating pattern of white and red. It must be 2” wide and it must be stamped with the DOT C2 marking. Two patterns are accepted, you may use the 6/6 (6″ red and 6″ white) or 7/11 (7″ white and 11″ red). How much tape is required? An evenly spaced pattern of strips 12”, 18” or 24” long may be used on each side of the trailer so long as at least 50% of each side is covered. At the back of the vehicle, two continuous strips must be used in the lower rear and two inverted L shapes of solid white must mark the top corners of the trailer. Trucks must be marked in a similar fashion. See images below.

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  • ANSI 107

    ANSI 107

    ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 American National Standard for High-Visibility Safety Apparel and Accessories This new edition consolidates the requirements of ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 and ANSI/ISEA 207, American National Standard for High-Visibility Public Safety Vests in an effort to establish a single, comprehensive document that considers all occupational tasks.  The standard continues to present three performance classes of garments based on the amount of visible materials and design attributes incorporated into the final configuration, and identifies garment types based on expected use settings and work activities being performed.  These are designated as off-road (type O), roadway and temporary traffic control (type R), or public safety activities (type P). Responding to user concerns, the 2015 standard makes allowance for garments sized to fit smaller workers, and adds specifications for accessories such as gloves and armbands. The standard details the performance requirements for all materials used in the construction of compliant high-visibility safety apparel (HVSA), specifies labeling requirements to identify the garment by performance class, type and by its flame resistance characteristics as defined in the standard and expands the examples of garment configurations to illustrate compliant and non-compliant designs. To comply with ANSI/ISEA 107-2015, a garment’s background material, and retroreflective or combined-performance material must be tested by an accredited laboratory. The manufacturer of the finished item then verifies that the garment or headwear meets all the requirements of the standard, and provides a Declaration of Conformity for  each model.  Examples of test forms and the Declaration of Conformity are included in the standard and located in the resource section below.

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  • SECUTECH Thailand 2018

    SECUTECH Thailand 2018

    Roadstar Reflective Material Co., Ltd attended2018 Secutech Thailand whichfeature solutions for smart and safe city. We exhibit our latest products in the Fair. Such as reflective material both for Personal safety and road safety: reflective fabric, reflective heat transfer film, reflective accessories for hi vis garment and reflective tape, glow in the dark tape for traffic sign and safety sign. The exhibition details as blow: SECUTECH Thailand 2018 Exhibition Center: Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC) Booth Number: R12 Date: November 8th to 10th,2018

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  • BS EN 469:2005

    BS EN 469:2005

    EN 469:2005 The EN 469:2005 standard demands high performances that are described in 20 tests. The standard determines in essence 4 key values: Xf (flame), Xr (radiation), Y(waterproofness) & Z (breathability). 1. Xf1 or Xf2: flame test EN 367 test method: heat transmission (flame). Heat flux of 80 kW/m2. Xf2 Xf1 HTI Heat Transfer Index Level 2 Level 1 HTI24 ≥ 13s ≥ 9s HTI24 - HTI12 ≥ 4s ≥ 3s Level 1 is the lowest level; level 2 is the highest level. 2. Xr1 or Xr2: radiant heat EN 6942 test method: the transmission of heat (radiation). Heat flux of 40kW/m2. Xr2 Xr1 RHTI Radiation HTI Level 2 Level 1 RHTI 24 ≥ 18s ≥ 10s RHTI 24 - RHTI 12 ≥ 4s ≥ 3s Level 1 is the lowest level; level 2 is the highest level. 3. Waterproofness (Y1 or Y2) Waterproofness test EN 20811 Y1 < 20 kPa (garments without membrane) Y2 ≥ 20 kPa (garments with membrane) 4. Breathability (Z1 or Z2) Water vapour resistance EN 31092 Level Z1 > 30m² Pa/W. Z1 indicates a higher water vapour resistance than Z2. This garment is less breathable. Level Z2 ≤ 30 m2 Pa/W This garment has a lower water vapour resistance. It is more breathable. In addition the B annex of the EN 469 specifies the surface of the stripings (if the risk analysis demands them). B.1 The retroreflective material with single characteristic has to be fixed on the outer surface of the protective clothing with a minimum area of 0,13m2 for a circular visibility thanks to circular bands around the arms, the legs and the torso. B.2 In the case of the application of fluorescent non-retroreflective material or material with combined characteristics, the surface of the fluorescent material must be at least 0,2 m2.

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  • EN 20471 Standard

    EN 20471 Standard

    EN ISO 20471: 2013 EN ISO 20471:2013 is an international standard that imposes requirements on visible workwear for employees in high-risk areas. Using the right safety workwear is important and must beprioritised. Even if working in areas where visibility is important only takes place during a short part of the working day. EN ISO 20471 replaces the older norm, EN 471. ISO 20471:2013 specifies requirements for high visibility clothing which is capable of visually signalling the user's presence. The high visibility clothing is intended to provide conspicuity of the wearer in any light condition when viewed by operators of vehicles or other mechanized equipment during daylight conditions and under illumination of headlights in the dark. EN ISO 20471 is divided into three classes, in accordance to the risk zone you work in and to how well the product is able to protect the employee. It is the visibility requirement – and thus the requirement for the area consisting of reflectors and fluorescent materials – that determines which class you need to choose. In all products, the reflecting ability of all reflectors fulfils what previously corresponded to class 2. Minimum areas of visible material in m2 Class 3 clothing Class 2 clothing Class 1 clothing Reflective Tape 0,20 m2 0,13 m2 0,10 m2 Fluorescent material 0,80 m2 0,50 m2 0,14 m2 Performance requirements are included for colour and retroreflection as well as for the minimum areas and for the placement of the materials in protective clothing. Retroreflective material requirements • EN 471 Level 1 separate performance material requirements have been removed. The minimum performance requirement for separate performance material is the same as the former EN 471 requirement for level 2 retroreflective materials. In assessing the retro-reflective performance of materials, the method requires materials to be assessed on the poorest performing segment of a tape. • The retroreflective tape must be tested after being subjected to the maximum number of washing and drying cycles stated by the manufacturer rather than washing with a final dry as in EN 471. • The manufacturer can now specify the washing process and temperature for testing however the care label must reflect this. Most of Roadstar Reflective material are comply with EN ISO 20471: 2013 Standard.

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