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Podiatrist Review: Ergonx Elements Comfort Work Boots
Work Boots With Orthotic Insoles Support
The ultra-soft arch support insole helps to further cushion the foot, reduces fatigue, and makes our work boots extremely comfortable. By raising the arches of the feet it helps to rest the supporting ligaments and muscles of the feet. When we rest the structures of the feet it allows them to heal making them less painful. Because our boots are engineered and recommended by a podiatrist they help in the prevention of plantar fasciitis and other foot conditions.
Comfort Work Boot But Tough Enough For Any Element
The EVA midsole helps to cushion the heels and forefoot and reduce fatigue. By using the perfect density of Eva midsole (not too hard, not too soft) we can cushion the foot, knees, and leg. This leads to fewer aches and pains, and also a harder wearing midsole and a longer-lasting boot.
Slip-resistant sole / outsole work boots
The outsole of our boots is slip-resistant providing a good grip to prevent slips and falls. Our tread pattern will also help to grip uneven ground on the work site. A hard-wearing nitrile rubber helps to make the outsole of our work boots more durable and heat resistant.
Safety Work Boots Meets Comfort & Support
Ergonx Elements Safety Work Boots are tested to meet Australian & NZ Standards
Composite Toe Cap / Steel Cap Equivalent: We have replaced the traditional steel cap with a composite protective toe cap. The steel cap in most modern safety boots has been replaced with a composite cap. P = Penetration resistance: Penetration resistance plate included in the footwear. A = Antistatic: To prevent the build-up of electricity to cause a spark. E = Energy Absorption: Extra shock absorption under the heel. SRA = Slip Resistant: Slip Resistant ‘Ceramic tile with sodium lauryl sulfate’ HRO = Resistance to Hot Contact: The outsole does not melt, char, crack or craze when coming in contact with the 300℃ surface for one minute. FO = Resistance to fuel oil: The increase in the volume of the outsole shall be not greater than 12% after immersing in the fuel oil for 22 hours.
The Test Standards Safety Toe 200 Joules Impact Benefit:
The footwear protects the wearer’s toes against the risk of injury from falling objects when worn in industrial and commercial environments where potential hazards occur with the following protection plus, where applicable, additional protection. What: Australian & NZ Standards AS 2210.3:2019 Standard. To test the safety toe /safety shoe with a drop strike test machine at an impact energy of 200 Joule, the clearance under the toecap shall be by the standard of different sizes. Where: Toe
Safety Toe 15’000 Newton Compression Benefit:
The footwear protects the wearer’s toes against the risk of injury from crushing when worn in industrial and commercial environments where potential hazards occur with the following protection plus, where applicable, additional protection. What: Australian & NZ Standards AS 2210.3:2019 Standard. To test the safety toe with the plate of the compression machine until the load of 15000 Newton has been reached, the clearance under the toecap shall be by the standard of different sizes. Where: Toe
Safety Insert 1100 Newton Anti-Penetration Benefit:
The footwear prevents the wearer’s feet from puncturing or being injured by sharp objects or nails. What: Australian & NZ Standards AS 2210.3:2019 Standard. To test the whole sole assembly using a truncated nail of diameter 4,5 mm and a force of 1100 N. Where: Penetration resistance insert
A: Antistatic Footwear – Anti Static Electricity Benefit:
Static electricity finds ground through the boots. The purpose is to prevent the build-up o causing a spark. What: Australian & NZ Standards AS 2210.3:2019 Additional Classification. Antistatic Footwear. After conditioning in a dry and wet atmosphere, the electrical resistance is above 100kΩ and less than or equal to 1000kΩ. Where: Through the sole and insole of the boot. E: Energy Absorption Benefit: Superior shock absorption under the heel. See ‘Cushioning’ below for more details. What: Australian & NZ Standards AS 2210.3:2019 Additional Classification. Energy Absorption of Seat Region. Passes the test for shock absorption under the heel. Where: Under the heel
SRA: Slip Resistant with sodium lauryl sulphate on Ceramic Tiles Benefit:
Provides sufficient slip resistance to prevent a fall when working on soapy wet tiles. What: Australian & NZ Standards AS 2210.3:2019. SLS (soapy water) solution on ceramic tile test. The slip resistance coefficient o contact is ≥0.28, and the slip resistance coefficient with whole shoe flat contact is ≥ 0.32. Where: Outsole
HRO: Resistant to Hot Contact (300ºC) Benefit:
Ideal for people occasionally stepping on hot surfaces/objects while working. What: Australian & NZ Standards AS 2210.3:2019 Additional Classification. Resistance to Hot Contact. The outsole does not melt, char, crack or craze when coming in contact with the 300ºC surface for one minute. Where: Outsole FO: Resistant to Fuel Oil Benefit: For people stepping on the floor with fuel oil while working. What: Australian & NZ Standards AS 2210.3:2019 Additional Classification. To immerse the outsole in the reagent for 22 hours, the increase in volume shall be not greater than 12%. Where: Outsole