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Cleanroom Shoes and Cleanroom Boots

In cleanroom environments it is necessary to minimise the risk of accidents to personnel by slipping and also to prevent faults and downtime caused by the discharge of static electricity.

The correct footwear is necessary in addition to the installed plant, floor areas and garment.

Cleanroom Shoes and Cleanroom Boots

Footwear is worn for many hours each day and must offer safety (for people and processes) as well as comfort.

There are differences in the footwear for safety, protection and industry, which are designed according to the following European standards:

EN 61340-5-1: Protection of components sensitive to electrostatic charges/ overall requirements

EN 4843-100: Requirements on anti-slip test

EN ISO 20344: Requirements and test methods

EN ISO 20345: Specification of the safety shoe

EN ISO 20346: Specification of the protective shoe

EN ISO 20347: Specification of the professional shoe

Waterproof footwear should be worn wherever large quantities of liquids are present. PU clogs or Microfibre shoes, which can be cleaned and desinfected, should be worn. Where it is necessary to limit or prevent electrostatic charging, antistatic or ESD protected footwear is essential.

For further Information

Supplier catalogues are available on request.