Common problems of labor safety shoes

There are many safety footwear brands on the market. Consumers are advised to look for high-quality brands when buying. The editor below has compiled some popular questions from netizens and answered them one by one!

Q: What is the difference between the second layer of leather and the first layer of leather for labor insurance shoes?
Answer: The first layer of leather is directly processed from the raw hides of various animals, or for thicker skins of cows, pigs, and pigs. After depilation, the skins of horses and other animals are cross-cut into upper and lower layers, and the upper layer with tight fibrous tissue is processed into various scalp skins. Generally, cowhide can be divided into first-layer cowhide and second-layer cowhide. The first-layer cowhide is pure cowhide. The second-layer cowhide is made by using the leftovers of the cowhide to break it and adding polyethylene material to reattach it, and then spray or cover the surface with chemical materials Processed on PVC/PU film.
Question: What is the international standard of steel-toed steel plate for safety shoes?
Answer: EN ISO 20345:2004 safety shoes stipulate the design of safety shoes and are equipped with anti-smashing safety toe caps, which can withstand at least 200 joules Impact and squeeze of 15 kN.
Question: Do the factory labor insurance shoes have to wear black?
Answer: Labor insurance shoes are the last line of defense in the process of professional activities as workers’ labor protection products. There are corresponding national standards for how to choose, and it does not necessarily have to choose what color. Labor insurance shoes are protective products to protect the feet, mainly including waterproof, cold-proof, anti-static, anti-smashing, anti-vibration, anti-skid, anti-puncture, heat insulation and oil resistance. Depending on the manufacturer and the specific use environment, the color will be different, and the color is not fixed and mandatory.

Q: During the normal service life of labor insurance shoes, if they are used improperly, the following quality problems will occur:
Answer: 1. The sole is broken, indicating that the material of the sole is not good enough, so choose rubber soles. Material with good toughness and wear resistance.
Two. Opening the upper glue, indicating that the adhesion between the upper and the upper during the production process is not good, and the adhesion quality needs to be checked after the adhesion.
Third, the upper is broken, indicating that the toughness of the upper is not enough. When choosing the upper material, it is necessary to fully consider its softness and pressure resistance.

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