PPE

Safety technical requirements for antistatic shoes and conductive shoes

1ssued by the National Bureau of standards on May 14, 1984 and implemented on January 1, 1985:

this standard is applicable to anti-static materials worn by operators in inflammable and explosive places to eliminate human body static electricity

Rubber soled shoes and conductive rubber soled shoes

this standard is formulated with reference to iso2251 and iso2024

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1.1 anti static rubber soled shoes

anti static rubber soled shoes are mainly used to prevent burning and explosion places (for example, some places in rubber, chemical, printing, medical, electronic and other industries) caused by static electricity in human body. At the same time, it can also avoid electric shock and fire to human body caused by electrical equipment below 250V

1.2 conductive rubber soled shoes

conductive rubber soled shoes are mainly used to prevent fire and explosion caused by static electricity in human body (for example, some places in pyrotechnics industry). However, it is only applicable to places where operators will not be shocked

1.3 it is forbidden to wear anti-static rubber soled shoes and conductive rubber soled shoes for the staff who maintain power equipment or deal with high-voltage electrical equipment with electric shock risk

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