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ISO EN standards specification

Shoes for professional use are divided into 3 groups according to the following standards:

"O"

CSN ISO EN 20347

The standard specifies work shoes for professional use, which is indicated by the letter "O". The basic parameter of work shoes is that it does not have a steel must built in.

We then divide work shoes into the following categories:

O

footwear meets only the essential requirements

O1

antistatic properties, resistance of the sole to fuel, energy absorption of the heel part

O2

as with O1 + water penetration and absorption

O3

as with O2 + puncture resistance

"P"

CSN ISO EN 20346

The standard specifies protective footwear for professional use, which is referred to by the letter "P". The basic parameter of protective footwear is the built-in steel rubber resisting impact 100J.

Protective footwear is then further divided into the following categories:

Pb

footwear meets only the essential requirements

P1

antistatic properties, resistance of the sole to fuel, energy absorption of the heel part

P2

as with P1 + water penetration and absorption

P3

as with P2 + puncture resistance

"S"

CSN ISO EN 20345

Specifies safety footwear for professional use, which is indicated by the letter "S". The basic parameter of safety footwear is the built-in steel rubber resisting impact 200J.

Safety shoes are then further divided into the following categories:

Coll

footwear meets only the essential requirements

S1

antistatic properties, resistance of the sole to fuel, energy absorption of the heel part

S2

as with S1 + water penetration and absorption

S3

as with S2 + puncture resistance

S4

as with S2 for footwear exclusively consist of rubber (vulcanized) or polymers (sprayed)

S5

as with S3 for footwear exclusively consist of rubber (vulcanized) or polymers (sprayed)

The values of the requirements that shoes must meet for professional use are specified by čsn ISO EN 20344.

Symbols of additional and special requirements used in the specification of footwear:

A

Antistatic shoes

E

Energy absorption in the heel

P

Puncture resistance

Ci

Cold resistance

Hi

Thermal resistance of the bottom of the shoe

Fo

Resistance of footwear to fuel and oils

HRO

Resistance of the sole to contact heat up to 300°C

Wru

Resistance to water penetration and water absorption

EN20381/1-3

Cut protection with a chainsaw

Sra

Slip resistance of the sole

Src

Slip resistance of the sole

Wr

Water penetration resistance

F

Fire fighting protective shoes

Fp

Fire fighting protective shoes, puncture resistance of the sole

Fa

Fire fighting protective shoes, antistatic

Fpa

Fire fighting protective shoes, puncture resistance of the sole, antistatic

CR

Protection against cutting the upper of the shoe

M

Instep protection against impact

"F"

EN 15090:2012

Shoes for firefighters. Specifies safety footwear for fire fighting use, which is indicated by the letter "F"

Shoe markings:

  • Size
  • Manufacturer
  • type designation
  • year and quarter of production
  • en standard number and year

F1

External interventions without the need for protection against sole puncture, tip protection or chemical protection

F2

Fire fighting and rescue operations with sole puncture protection and protective tip, no chemical protection

F3

Fire fighting and rescue operations with sole puncture protection and protective tip, chemical protection

Added functions if not listed in type:

Hi

Thermal insulation

P

Penetration

T

protective spike

R

fixed spike protection

I

electro-insulating

A

Antistatic

Ci

cold resistance

Ch

chemical resistance

M

instep protection

AN

ankle protection

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pictogram with classification of suitable footwear

F1

mandatory F1

F1A

= F1 plus antistatic

F1AP

= F1A plus penetration resistance

F1I

= F1 plus electrical insulation

F1PI

= F1I plus penetration resistance

F2

mandatory F2

F2A

= F2 plus antistatic

F2I

= F2 plus electrical insulation

F3

mandatory F3

F3A

= F3 plus antistatic

F3I

= F3 plus eco-insulating