ENGRAVED LEATHER BOOTS with polyamide lining SAULT2 S3 SRC ESD
Inner template: Preformed removable
- Polyamide on EVA with anatomical shape.
Sole: Injected - bi-density PU with wraparound toe cap.
Product uses - Risks
Anti-Static Shock Cut / Puncture
Public works / Construction Heavy industry Light industry
Mining Industry Reforms / Freelance Professional
Benefits for the user
RISKS OF ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD *)
Static electricity on operators must be controlled in the following application areas, as it can:
-Generate electrostatic sparks that can
cause ignition of explosive atmospheres:
plastics industry, mining, oil and gas industry, chemical industry ...
- Damage to sensitive equipment against electric shock: electronic industries ...
- Generate particles that can be deposited in the paint: automobile industry, electrical appliances ...
What does the regulation say?
The areas with explosive atmospheres called “ATEX” and the protection of workers against the risks of explosion are regulated by Directive 1999/92 / CE.
The use of qualified electrostatic charge dissipation footwear is recommended in these areas as part of the comprehensive explosion risk prevention system.
The requirements for the design and implementation of electrostatic discharge (ESD) control devices that can damage electronic components are defined by the EN61340-5-1 standard. The device called “ESD” must offer a minimum resistance between 105 Ω and 3.5 × 107Ω.
To be used in an ESD device, a shoe must have been qualified as a minimum by the EN61340-4-3 standard and offer a minimum resistance of less than 108 Ω to be dissipative.
The SAULT2 S3 SRC ESD and VIAGI ESD ENGRAVED LEATHER SAFETY BOOTS are particularly efficient as they not only reached a maximum resistance between 105 Ω and 3.5 × 107Ω, but these tests were performed under very restrictive conditions: environmental class number 1 (dryness high: humidity 15%).
Thanks to their low level of resistance, SAULT 2 EDS and VIAGI EDS are a highly efficient element of the global grounded system (gloves, clothing, carpets, seats, etc…).
Therefore, its performance enables the system to achieve the level of strength required for compliance.
Certifications - Standards
PPE DIRECTIVE 89/686 / CEE
EN ISO 20344: 2011 Personal protective equipment - Test methods for footwear
EN ISO 20345: 2011 Personal protective equipment. Security shoes.
S3: Additional requirements for particular applications
SRC: Slip resistance
EN61340-4-3 Electrostatics - Part 4-3: Standard test methods for specific applications - Footwear
CLASS 1: Dissipation performance of electrostatic charge - Class 1
SECURITY BOOTS ENGRAVED LEATHER SAULT2 S3 SRC ESD