SURVIVE-ARC® E2300 Safety Boots 20000V

SURVIVE-ARC® E2300 Safety Boots 20000V

SURVIVE-ARC® E2300 Safety Boots 20000V

Survive-ARC® E20300 safety boot



Safety half boot with laces, lining and padded collar.


COLOUR : Black.

SIZE : 4 – 13 (UK).


All orders and quotes are to be made in UK sizing.


Full grain waterproof leather Lining: Breathable, high moisture regain. Toe-cap: Non-magnetic (composite). Midsole: Flexible and puncture resistant

Outsole: Heat resistant, dual density.

Insole: Removable, anatomic shock absorbing design, antistatic and antibacterial. APPLICATION Foot protection for special electrical applications.

HAZARD ASSESSMENTS General industrial work, heat and flash fire. Electric shock proof outsole.


Electric shock resistant sole up to 20000V.

Heat resistant sole up to 300°C. Non-slip and oil resistant sole.

Puncture resistant mid sole.

Non-metallic boot.

STANDARDS Fabric and/or garment: EN ISO 20345:2011.

CE Certified.

Outsole: Electric shock resistant (dry conditions) up to 20,000V (Test method – ASTM F2412-05: 2005 mod).

Survive-ARC® E20300 safety boot (non-metallic). Full leather, non-metallic, safety half boot with laces, lining and padded collar. Comfortable modern design with energy absorbing heel, removable insole and puncture resistant textile midsole. The sole is non-slip, oil resistant, heat resistant to 300°C and additionally tested for electric shock resistance (dry conditions) up to 20kV.

WARNING: READ BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT Arc flash clothing is intended to provide protection from the thermal effects of arc flash and this product must be used as part of an appropriate set of PPC and PPE to protect against the hazards of arc flash. This product complies with standards that are intended to protect against arc flash in most situations that arise during normal use. There may be exceptional cases in which even the best protection is not enough to prevent the harm caused by arc flash or the related effects, although the product meets statutory and industry specifications, the use of this product does not guarantee that the product will provide complete protection in those exceptional cases. If you are in doubt or do not fully understand these limitations, contact the manufacturer for full information. ¹ATPV: Arc Thermal Performance Value. The higher the value, the more insulated the user is from second degree burn. 2HAF: Heat Attenuation Factor. The higher the HAF%, the more heat is blocked by the fabric. DISCLAIMER CHARNAUD® accepts no liability should garments not be laundered in strict accordance with the wash care instructions provided.



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