What are the two general categories of anti-slip anti-smash safety shoes?
Fire and explosion prevention in power stations is an issue that deserves attention, where explosive accidents due to electricity are more common and hazardous, so staff wearing insulated protective shoes when working in power stations can reduce a series of dangerous accidents caused by electrical casualties.
There is a lot of equipment in power stations, and much of it is electrically charged. Wearing safety shoes with insulating features can reduce the likelihood of being electrocuted when carrying out maintenance and overhaul of equipment. Because insulated safety shoes are suitable for environments where there is more current, isolating the current from passing through the body via the contact points, they are safety shoes that prevent the human body from being electrocuted.
Safety shoes, shoes fabric using anti-hair leather, moisture absorption, breathable, soft fabric, lustrous, feel comfortable. The soles are injection moulded, with a solid sole that fits seamlessly around the body, without stitching to reduce friction and wear, making them durable and highly protective of the foot and preventing damage to the upper in complex environments.
Operators wear insulated shoes and gloves for maintenance and repair in power stations, and safety shoes with insulating and anti-smashing functions for complex operating scenarios, which is not only good labour safety protection, but also a responsible performance for themselves.
Smash-proof safety shoes are generally divided into those two cases?
Usually we use insulated shoes, electrical shoes and anti-smash safety shoes with outsole materials that are oil resistant, slip resistant, wear resistant, pressure resistant, waterproof, elastic and fall resistant. Heat resistant, impact resistant, easy to fit the foot shape, not easily deformed after shaping, thermal insulation, easy to absorb moisture, etc. These are also the basic functions of safety shoe soles.
Safety shoes with safety features are an essential product for safe production. So the anti-slip function of our safety shoes must be good. But in fact, there are many factors that affect the slip-proof safety of insulated shoes, such as the material of the sole, the hardness of the ground, the dryness and humidity, the flatness, the pattern of the sole, the structure and so on.
The anti-slip of anti-bashing safety shoes can basically be divided into two cases. Anti-slip on dry ground is usually referred to as dry anti-slip. The anti-slip effect when there is water on the ground is called wet anti-slip. For the anti-slip effect, the anti-slip function of the safety shoe sole requires different shoe and sole designs according to the requirements of different environments.
Roughness safety insulated shoe soles with uneven sole patterns can effectively increase the actual contact area, thus increasing friction and improving the anti-slip effect. The structure, thickness and depth of different shades vary in terms of deformation and actual contact area with the ground. The design of the sole pattern of insulated and electrical shoes should take into account not only the dry contact surface, but also the wet contact surface. In short it is the material and pattern structure of safety and labour protection footwear soles that play an important role in their anti-slip and anti-skid function.