Special Signs of Safety shoes

Do not miss this article if you are involved in buying safety shoes and have questions about the signs of safety shoes. In several articles, you have seen some of these codes and different signs related to safety shoes, but you do not know how to use them. Choosing the right safety shoes for your work environment is vital, and the safety shoe signs give you the important specifications and features of your shoes. It is important to know all the features of your work shoes to make sure that the shoes you use are suitable for your work environment and conditions. But do you know what the codings and signs on safety shoes say?
Safety shoes are usually tested according to European standards. According to these standards, the Iranian Standards Organization also relates to Iranian safety shoes. The following is the European standard number EN 20345:2011, which is equivalent to the Iranian standard 1136:
You may have already seen EN ISO standards in other shoes. Shoes designed before 2004 and also produced until 2004 are in accordance with EN ISO 20345: 2004, but after editing in 2011 are under EN 20345:2011.
SB: Abbreviation for Safety Basic, which is the standard basis for safety shoes. SB safety shoes must have a toe cap with an impact resistance of 200 joules.
S1: Having SB properties and having antistatic properties, energy absorption in the heel area, and resistance to fuel or oil materials
S2: Having S1 properties and water resistance of the shoe sole
S3: Having S2 characteristics and resistance to the penetration of sharp objects into the soles of the feet such as chips or nails
S4: Antistatic properties, energy absorption in the heel area of the shoe, resistance to fuel and oily materials, toe cap with resistance up to 200 joules, and completely waterproof
S5: Characteristics of S4 and resistance to penetration of sharp and sharp objects into the sole

Slipper safety shoe symptoms

Safety shoes slip test is classified into three categories:
SRA: Shoe slip test on a wet ceramic tile with a diluted soap solution such as sodium sulfate
SRB: Shoe slip test on flat steel with glycerol
SRC: If the shoe can pass both of the SRA and SRB tests
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