Construction safety shoes DYNAMICA

construction safety shoes
construction safety shoes
construction safety shoes
construction safety shoes
construction safety shoes
construction safety shoes
construction safety shoes
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Type of protection
anti-slip, waterproof, anti-perforation, oil-resistant, ESD

Max.: 47 unit

Min.: 36 unit


Safety standard S3 SRC ESD ASTM F2413:2018 - EN ISO 20345:2011 Antistatic shoe Breathable upper Oil and fuel resistant outsole Slip resistant outsole Puncture resistant Metalfree Water resistant uppers (WRU) Soft impact foam insole Safety toecap Electrostatic discharge (ESD) Heel energy absorption Industries Automotive , Chemical , Cleaning , Construction , Food & beverages , Logistics , Mining , Oil & Gas , Industry Key features S3 safety shoes are suitable for work in an environment with high humidity and presence of oil or hydrocarbons. These shoes also protect against perforation risk of the sole, and foot crushing. Slip resistant soles are one of the most important features of safety and occupational footwear. SRC slip resistant soles pass both SRA and SRB slip resistant tests, they are tested on both steel and ceramic surfaces. ESD provides the controlled discharge of electrostatic energy that can damage electronic components and avoids risks of ignition resulting from electrostatic charges. Volume resistance between 100 KiloOhm and 35 MegaOhm. Metal free safety shoes are in general lighter than regular safety shoes. They are also very beneficial for professionals who have to pass through metal detectors several times a day. Specifications Upper Textile Toecap Composite Lining Coolmax Mesh Standards ASTM F2413:2018 - EN ISO 20345:2011 S3 SRC ESD Outsole PU/PU Midsole Anti-puncture Textile Footbed SJ foam footbed


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