Basic requirements, closed seat region, antistatic properties, shock absorption in the heel region, hydrocarbons resistant sole, upper resistance for water absorption and penetration, puncture resistance, sole with cleats.
Safety shoes EN 345 and EN ISO20345:2012 as of category S1 always have an antistatic sole with a contact resistance between 105Ω and 109Ω. This offers primary protection against dangerous electric shocks when working on mains electricity up to maximum 250 Volt AC (Alternating Current). Antistatic shoes are not suitable for activities on electrical installations.
Non-conductive materials that are undetectable by metal detectors.
ESD (Electro Static Discharging) shoes have a very low electrical resistance (between 0.1 and 100 (MΩ)), measured in accordance with BS EN 61340-4-3: 2002 (IEC 61340-4-3: 2001) ESD safety shoes are designed to continuously conduct the electrostatic charge to the ground to avoid powerful, uncontrolled charges. This is important in zones where there is a risk of explosion (ATEX zones). ESD shoes are not suitable for work on electrical installations.
These shoes offer a certain level of water resistance but are not completely waterproof. Requirement for S3 safety shoes.
The protective cap can be made of different types of material, each with their own advantages. Read more.
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Personal protective equipment - Safety footwear.
Slip resistance of the outsole that meets the requirements of SRA (Sodium lauryl sulfate on ceramic plates) and SRB (Glycerol on steel)
Certified for orthopaedic adaptation: even after changes made by orthopaedic shoemaker, the designs still fulfils the requirements of the standards EN ISO 20345 (safety shoes) and EN ISO 20347 (professional shoes).