DYN Work Boots to improve your personal safety and comfort at work.
These safety boots are made to Australian Standard AS/NZS 2210.3-2009.
It is certified by BSI Benchmark Certification, BSI Group ANZ Pty Ltd, Suite 2, Level 7, 15 Talavera Road, Macquarie Park, NSW 2113.
The Certification Number is BMP 651328.
- AS/NZS 2210.3:2009 – Occupational protective footwear - Specification for safety footwear (ISO 20345-2004 MOD)
- SB – Basic requirements for safety footwear
- E – Energy absorbing heeling (20 Joules minimum)
- A – Antistatic with range from 100kΩ to 1000MΩ
- S1 = SB + E + A
- Slip resistance – This product has been tested in accordance with AS/NZS 2210.3:2009. Compliance with the mentioned standard does not imply that the footwear will eliminate all risks of slipping and additional care should always be taken in very slippery conditions.
- SRA – Exceeds the minimum requirements when footwear is tested on a ceramic tile floor lubricated with a wetting agent (SLS: Sodium Laurel Suophate solution)
- SRB - Exceeds the minimum requirements when footwear is tested on steel floor lubricated with oil (Glycerol)
- SRC – Exceeds both SRA and SRB requirements
This safety footwear was supplied with a removable sock. As the product testing was performed with this sock in place.
DYN safety footwear is designed to be extremely robust and can be wore in most industrial environments, however it is important the suitable type of safety footwear is carefully selected to give the optimum protection and performance for the environment in which they are intended to be worn.
In order to maximum the life of DYN safety shoes, we strongly recommend that:
Store in dry and well ventilated environments. Drying your boots should be at normal room temperature. Avoid forced heat drying and direct sunlight. Regular cleaning is recommended. Remove dirt and grime from the upper with a damp cloth and then apply boot polish or dubbin depending on leather type. With nubuck or suede leather, clean with a nubuck or suede brush. Soles should be cleaned regularly with water and allow to dry.
Zip Care – to maintain the smooth operation of the Zip it is critical to keep the mechanism clean. Cement or caked mud must be cleaned off regularly. The Zip action will be damaged by trying to force the slider. The Zip mechanism will be affected by conditions such as working with wet concrete or mud and clay. Unless the Zip is routinely kept clean it will not perform satisfactorily.
CODE OF PRACTICE FOR ANTI-STATIC FOOTWEAR
Anti-static footwear should be used if it is necessary to minimise electrostatic build up to avoid the risk of spark ignition, for example, flammable substances and vapours, and if the risk of electric shock from any electrical apparatus or live parts has not been completely eliminated. Anti-static footwear cannot guarantee protection against electric shock as it introduces only a resistance between foot and floor. If the risk of electric shock has not been completely eliminated, additional measures to avoid the risk are essential. Such measures, as well as additional tests, should be a routine part of an accident prevention program in your workplace.
Experience has shown that, for anti-static purposes, the discharge path through a product should normally have an electrical resistance of less than 1000MΩ at any time throughout its useful life. A value 100kΩ is specified as the lowest limit of resistance of a product when new, in order to ensure some limited protection against dangerous electric shock or ignition in the event of any electrical apparatus becoming defective when operating at voltages at up to 250V. However, under certain conditions, the footwear may give inadequate protection and additional provisions should be taken. The electrical resistance of this type of footwear can be changed significantly by flexing, contamination or moisture. It will not perform its intended function if worn in wet conditions. It is therefore necessary to ensure that the product is capable of fulfilling its designated function of dissipating electrostatic charges and also of giving some protection during the whole of its life. We recommend that the product is tested for electrical resistance regularly.
When the footwear is worn in conditions where the sole becomes contaminated you should always check the electrical properties before entering a hazard area. Where anti-static footwear is in use, the resistance of the flooring should be such that it does not invalidate the protection provided by the footwear.
When in use, no insulating elements should be introduced between the innersole of the footwear and your foot. If any insert is put between the innersole and foot, the combination footwear, insert should be checked for its electrical properties.
Sparky Safety Boots
- Brand: KDTS
- Product Code: DYN-KDTS
- Availability: In Stock