Built Reliable

Born Tough

JCB A Truly World Class Company

In every corner of the world you will find a JCB.

The company, founded in 1945, has become the world’s third largest construction equipment brand having 22 plants spread across the UK, India, Brazil, the United States of America and China, employing more than 12,500 people worldwide.

JCB has a reputation for building tough machines to work in any environment. On the back of this, the company now offers a range of safety footwear which reflects the toughness, innovation and quality of its machines.

JCB safety footwear is manufactured to EN ISO 20345 standard and provides 200 joules toe protection. All styles feature an antistatic, oil and slip resistant direct injected sole with a shock absorbing low density mid sole. Areas where excessive wear is expected are reinforced with advanced materials and of course, comfort and durability come as standard.

Safety Footwear

  • Slip Resistance of Protective, Safety & Occupational Shoes

    • In the new European standard, following three slip resistance limits are defined since beginning of 2008 and as per new standard, the footwear must fulfill one of these three requirements:
    • SRA: Slip resistance on floors with ceramic tiles with SLS (Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate) solution.
    • SRB: Slip resistance on steel floor with glycerol.
    • SRC: Slip resistance on floor with ceramic tiles with SLS and on steel floor with glycerol (SRA+SRB).
  • Classification

    • CLASS I: Footwear made of leather and other materials with an exception.
    • CLASS II: Footwear formed in one piece or vulcanized i.e. Rubber, PUR or PVC boots.

Inside JCB Safety Footwear

MATERIAL THAT GOES INTO JCB SAFETY FOOTWEAR

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