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Anti-static safety shoes BlackPro
vibration dampinganti-slipoil-resistant

anti-static safety shoes
anti-static safety shoes
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Characteristics

Type of protection
anti-slip, waterproof, impact-resistant, vibration damping, oil-resistant, anti-static
Norms
S2
Material
microfiber, textile, polyurethane, polycarbonate
Size

Min.: 35 unit

Max.: 47 unit

Description

Description Your new safety shoe for the industry! The BlackPro is a black microfiber shoe with a polycarbonate toe cap protection, perfect for any type of work, and easy to clean. Its polyurethane outsole is anti-static, slip-resistant, and resistant to oils, fats, chemicals, and water (absorption and penetration). This shoe has a breathable textile lining and an energy-absorbing heel that makes it more comfortable and resistant. The BlackPro shoe is certified by the European Standard EN ISO 20345:2011 S2+SRC. - Black microfiber shoe; - According with EN ISO 20345:2011 S2+SRC; - Composite toecap protection at an impact of 200J and compression resistance under a maximum load of 15kN; - Resistant to water absorption and penetration; - Resistant to oils, fats and chemicals. Cleaning Instructions Clean your footwear regularly with suitable products. Do not use caustic or corrosive cleaning agents. Dry the footwear at room temperature and in the shade after each cleaning. The use of heat sources to accelerate the drying of footwear can damage the flexibility and the quality of the materials. Footwear should be properly stored in a cool and dry place. Regular cleaning and replacement of the insole, when used, is also important to prevent the proliferation of bacteria. When replacing the insole you must ensure that you are using an insole just like the original.

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