What's the Difference in Protection You Get From Electrical Hazard (EH), Conductive (CD), and Static Dissipating (SD) Footwear and How Do They Work?
Feb 10, 2016 12:36:03 AM
The main difference in protection is that Electrical Hazard shoes reduce the possibility of electric shock or electrocution, while Static Dissipating and Conductive shoes reduce the possibility of static discharge and static shock.Read More
Nov 4, 2014 11:19:26 PM
Electrically conductive shoes should be used if it is necessary to minimize electrostatic charges in the shortest possible time, e.g. when handling explosives. Electrically conductive footwear should not be used if the risk of shock from any electrical apparatus or live parts has not been completely eliminated. In order to ensure that this footwear is conductive, it has been specified to have an upper limit of resistance of 100 kΩ in its new state.Read More
May 12, 2014 9:27:50 PM
What’s the difference between Electrical Hazard, Static Dissipative, and Conductive Safety Shoes?Read More