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Regulations

CLASSES AND CATEGORIES OF FOOTWEAR FOR PROFESSIONAL USE

According to the UNE standard in ISO 20344:2011


UNE-EN ISO 20345 | SAFETY FOOTWEAR
CLASS
  • SB: Safety footwear for professional use, with toe cap resistant to a shock of 200 J energy.
  • ALL TYPES OF MATERIALS
  • S1: As SB plus closed heel area, antistatic properties and energy absorption in the heel.
  • I: All types of materials except polymers.
  • S2: As S1 plus resistance to water penetration and resistance to water absorption.
  • S3: As S2 plus resistance to perforation of the sole and embossed sole.
  • S4: As SB plus antistatic properties and energy absorption in the heel area.
  • II: Natural and synthetic polymers.
  • S5: As S4 plus resistance to perforation of the floor and sole with protrusions.
 

UNE-EN ISO 20346 | PROTECTIVE FOOTWEAR
CLASS
  • PB: Safety footwear for professional use, with toe cap resistant to a shock of 100 Joules energy.
  • ALL TYPES OF MATERIALS
  • P1: As PB plus closed heel area, antistatic properties and energy absorption in the heel.
  • I: All types of materials except polymers.
  • P2: As P1 plus resistance to water penetration and resistance to water absorption.
  • P3: As P2 plus resistance to perforation of the floor and embossed sole.
  • P4: As SB plus antistatic properties and energy absorption in the heel area.
  • II: Natural and synthetic polymers.
  • P5: As P4 plus resistance to floor perforation and sole with protrusions.
 

UNE-EN ISO 20347 | WORK FOOTWEAR
CLASS
  • OB: Footwear that incorporates elements to protect the wearer from risks that may lead to accidents. It does not guarantee protection against impacts.
  • ALL TYPES OF MATERIALS
  • O1: As OB plus hydrocarbon resistance of the sole, closed heel area, antistatic properties and heel energy absorption.
  • I: All types of materials except polymers.
  • O2: As O1 plus resistance to water penetration and resistance to water absorption.
  • O3: As O2 plus resistance to perforation of the floor and embossed sole.
  • O4: As OB plus hydrocarbon resistance of the sole, antistatic properties and energy absorption in the heel area.
  • II: Natural and synthetic polymers.
  • O5: As O4 plus resistance to perforation of the floor and sole with protrusions.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS, ACCORDING TO WHETHER CLASS I OR CLASS II
Class: Definition

  • P: Puncture resistance.
  • C: Conductive footwear.
  • A: Antistatic footwear.
  • I: Electrically insulating footwear.
  • HI: Heat insulation.
  • CI: Cold insulation.
  • E: Heel energy absorption.
  • WR: Water resistance.
  • M: Metatarsal protection.
  • AN: Ankle protection.
  • WRU: Water penetration and absorption.
  • CR: Shear strength.
  • HRO: Contact heat resistance.
  • FO: Resistance to hydrocarbons.

SLIP RESISTANCE

Class: Definition

  • SRA: On ceramic tile with LSS
  • SRB: On steel floor with glycerin
  • SRC: SRA + SRB