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Safety Footwear Catalog

YOUR DEPENDABLE SUPPLIER

of Safety Products and Much, Much More!

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Men’s 6” Work Boots ..........................

Men’s 8” Work Boots ..........................

MetGuard Work Boots ........................

Men’s Work Shoes ..............................

Men’s Work Sneakers .........................

Women’s 6” Work Boots .....................

Women’s 8” Work Boots ..........................

Women’s Work Shoes .........................

Women’s Work Sneakers ....................

Slip Resistant Soft Toe Footwear ..............

Dielectric & Haz-Mat Boots .......................

PVC & Rubber Footwear .....................

Overshoe Boots, Waders ....................

Insulated Waterproof Boots .....................

Ice Traction Overshoes ............

Firefighting Boots ....................................

Metatarsal Footwear ..........................

Foot Protection & Socks ..........................

Boot & Shoe Covers .................................

Shoe Accessories & Drying Racks .......

Boot and Shoe Insoles & Warmers .....

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SAFETY FOOTWEAR STANDARDS

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The ASTM F2413-11 standard covers minimum requirements for the design, performance, testing and classification of protective

footwear. There are 7 protection sections under the standard (see below). Footwear must be tested (3 sample pair for each test),

certified by a third party independent testing agency, and must be clearly and legibly labeled inside the footwear.

Impact (I/75):

Identifies protection against impact hazards. A 50 lb. weight

is dropped from a height of 18” (75 ft. lbf.) onto 3 test samples. A minimum

0.5-inch clearance (men’s) and 0.468 (women’s) must be maintained on all

3 test samples. Footwear shall also meet compression requirements below.

Compression (C/75):

Identifies protection against rolling or compression

hazards. Force of 2500 lbs. is applied to 3 test samples. Minimum clearance

as above must be maintained on all 3 samples. Footwear must also meet

impact requirements above.

Metatarsal (MT 75):

Identifies footwear designed to protect the top of the foot

from impact. A 50 lb. weight is dropped from a height of 18” (75 ft. lbf.) onto 3

test samples. A minimum 1-inch clearance (men’s) and 0.937 inch (women’s

must be maintained on all 3 test samples. Footwear must first meet impact

and compression test above for toecap.

Conductive (CD):

Identifies footwear intended to provide protection to the

wearer against hazards from static electricity buildup and to reduce the possi-

bility of ignition of explosive or volatile chemicals. Footwear shall be tested to

demonstrate resistance between 0 and 500,000 ohms. Please note: Conduc-

tive footwear is not intended to be worn if working near open electrical circuits.

Electrical Hazard (EH):

Identifies footwear constructed to provide a second-

ary level of protection against incidental contact with live electrical circuits. 3

specimens are tested to resist the application of 18,000 volts at 60 hertz for 1

minute with no current flow in excess of 1 milliampere under dry conditions. All

3 specimens must pass the minimum test requirements.

Static Dissipative (SD):

Identifies footwear designed to protect against

hazards that may exist due to excessively low footwear resistance while

maintaining sufficiently high level of resistance to reduce the possibility of

electrical shock. The footwear must have a lower limit of electrical resistance

of 1 megohm and an upper limit of 100 megohms. If more stringent require-

ments are needed, please contact our customer service department.

Puncture Resisting (PR):

Identifies footwear designed and constructed with

a puncture resisting device between the insole and outsole as a permanent

and integral part of the footwear. Footwear must have a minimum puncture

resistance of 270 lbs. of force.

Under the ASTM guidelines, the protection provided above must be an in-

tegral and permanent part of the footwear construction and the footwear is

designed to wear over the foot only. Other devices - designed to be worn over

the shoe as temporary protection - do not conform to the ASTM standard.

Source: ASTM International

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