safety footwear

ABOUT SAFETY FOOTWEAr

APPLICATION  

Feet are just as different as fingerprints and there is no universal model that fits all. Manufacturers focus on various details, but particularly on comfort, shock absorption, functionality and breathability. On the next pages you will find footwear from a number of the best European manufacturers such as Steitz Secura, FTG, Cofra, Base, Dunlop, etc. You will experience the results of the latest research in the field. Safety footwear in 13 different sizes and 4 different widths. Replaceable insoles that can be adapted to your body weight. Shock absorption in both heel and forefoot. Use of advanced mebranes like Gore-Tex®, UltraRespiro®, Thinsulate® and DRI-plus, all designed to provide the optimal conditions for your feet. Add insoles from Scholl® if you should wish for even more comfort. You will be sure to find a model that suits your needs and work situation.

CATEGORY OVERVIEW
SB categoryBasic requirements
S1 categorySB
+ antistatic properties
+ shock absorbing heels
+ closed stiffener
S1P categoryS1
+ puncture resistance
S2 categoryS1
+ water-repellent
S3 categoryS2
+ puncture resistance
+ deep wear pattern
S4 categoryRubber and polymer footwear for indoor/outdoor use, with comfort. Complies with S1 demands.
S5 categoryRubber and polymer footwear, especially for the construction industry, with comfort. Complies with S4 demands.
+ puncture resistance
+ deep wear pattern

GENERAL PROPERTIES OF SAFETY FOOTWEAR

  • Footwear is designed to protect the user from injury that can occur due to accidents.
  • The shoes have toe caps, which can withstand falling objects with a minimum energy level of 200 J or minimum pressure of 15 kN.
  • Shoes must have a shock-absorbing effect of at least 20 J
  • The soles must be oil-resistant.
  • The soles must be anti-skid.

EN STANDARDS

  • EN 345 EN/ISO 20345 Safety footwear (class S)
  • EN 347 EN/ISO 20347 Occupational footwear (class 0)
  • EN 17249 Safety footwear with resistance to chain saw cutting. There are 4 levels (1-4 as well as different chain speeds). Specified in m/sec.
  • EN 61340-4-3 Electrostatics (ESD) Supplementary tests for antistatic properties including extra electrical conductivity to prevent static electricity build-up. Max. resistance 100 kΩ, C
    (ESD)
  • EN ISO 15090 Footwear for firefighters

EN 345/EN ISO 20345 COVERS THE FOLLOWING

SYMBOLKATEGORISBS1S1PS2S3S4S5
SProtective steel cap, 200 joule/pressure12 kN
-Closed stiffener
AAntistatic 0.1-1000 M Ω
EShock-absorbing heels, min. 20 joule
WRUWater resistant


PPuncture resistance 1100 N



-Deep wear pattern in outer sole




-Rubber and polymer footwear













SRAThe shoe has undergone anti-skid testing on a ceramic surface with SLS (Natrium lauryl sulphate) solution.
SRBThe shoe has undergone anti-skid testing on a glycerol steel plate.
SRCThe shoe has been tested according to both methods above (SRA + SRB).
HIHeat insulation
HROThe shoes have been tested and certified for contact heat of up to 300°C degrees Celsius.
CICold insulation.

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