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اسعار الاحذيه السيفتى

اسعار أحذية السلامة بالسوق المصرى :

فى موضوعنا اليوم سوف نتحدث عن مستجدات سوق “مهمات الامن الصناعى” و بالاخص الاحذيه السيفتى
نظرا لاتجاه الدوله للحرص على سلامه العمال من خلال توفير وسائل الامان والراحه للعامل من خلال مهمات الامن الصناعى | احذيه السلامه  المختلفه والتى تتواجد بالسوق المصرى بمختلف الانواع ومختلف خواص الحمايه فمنها ما هو ذو جوده عاليه وامان ومطابق لمعايير السلامه والصحه المهنيه ومنها ما هو دون ذلك ولا يراعى معايير السلامه المتبعه .

وتتعدد ادوات مهمات الامن الصناعى من :
– أحذية السلامة
– جوانتيات سيفتى
– احزمه الامان
– خوذ سيفتى
– ملابس العمال واليونيفورم …. الخ

وتترواح اسعار أحذية السلامة المهنيه او احذيه الامن الصناعى مابين 180 ج الى 3000 كمتوسط بالسوق المصرى باختلاف الجوده ودرجه الامان حيث يتم تصنيف الاحذيه الى درجات كالاتى :

  • احذيه s1
  • احذيه s1p
  • s2
  • s3
  • احذيه s4

وتتسم الاحذيه السيفتى ببعض الخواص الهامه لحمايه العمال فى بيئه العمل من العديد من المخاطر سواء كانت :

  • مخاطر كهربائيه
  • مخاطر كيميائيه
  • مخاطر درجات الحراره المرتفعه
  • مخاطر درجات الحراره المنخفضه
  • مخاطر التزحلق
  • مخاطر

وفيما يلى اهم خواص أحذية السلامة ,,, 

  • Technical Specification
  • Upper Full Leather
  • PU Sole / Anti-static
  • Sole Tear resistance 6.5 KN /m
  • Toecap Steel – ( impact resistance till 200J )
  • Supported with edge made of rubber
  • Protective Midsole Steel – Penetration resistance till 1100 N
  • lining Anti-Unpleasant odors Shoe brushes
  • Personal Protective equipment 
  • safety footwear according to En ISO 20345:2011
  • Whole shoe Result pass
  • Antistatic shoe
  • Impact resistance 200 J 
  • Water resistance 
  • Toes protection
  • Upper
  • Water penetration 6.19 ML
  • Tear resistance 140°
  • Flexural resistance
  • Tensile strength 32 N/mm²
  • *Dual density (PU ̸PU)
  • Oil resistance
  • Tear resistance 6.5 KN /m
  • Penetration resistance 1110 N

للمزيد عن مقالاتنا الخاصه بـ مهمات الامن الصناعى يرجى زياره الموقع التالى هنا او من هنا 

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Safety shoes s3- penetration resistant

 Power safety shoes s3 ‘r confirmed to EN ISO 20345:2011

what’s standard EN20345 and what spec that covered

?power safety shoes S1P

safety shoe s1p is that any product is anti-static and made with a protective toecap and midsole only.


suitable for

 shoes S1P specs should only be specified for indoor workplaces where they will not be exposed to rainwater

? power safety shoes S3

Any product that is

Antistatic, made with a protective midsole , toecap

 :suitable for

 Safety shoe S3 ‘re the most common for all industries whether construction or steel or petro ……..etc


 workers usually have additional features that are classified separately , like SRC ,SRA OR SRB

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Electricity hazards

Introduction about the hazards of electricity:

  • Electricity hazard is an essential source of energy and the nerve of modern life, and it is the driving energy in various industries.

  • The use of electricity is not without risks to humans and property, and electrical hazards are definitely present in connections, maintenance, and use of electrical appliances.

  • Control of most of the electrical hazards is not difficult or expensive,

but ignoring and neglecting electricity protection measures causes many damages to people and property.


Nature of Electricity :

  • Electricity: Energy in the form of charged small particles (electrons) that flow into a Conductor like the flow of water in a tube.
  • Electric current: is the amount of electrons passing through a certain point and time, measured in amperes.
  • Wattage: causes current to flow and is measured in volts
  • During the flow of current, a resistance of the conductor is called a Resistance and is measured in ohms (OHMS).

OHMs Law states that:   

The amount of current passing (in amps) is directly proportional to the driving force (in volts) and inversely to the resistance of the electrical circuit (ohms).
Current (in Amps) = electric driving force (voltage) in volts / electrical resistance (in ohms) .   
For electricity to work, a complete circuit must be available that starts from the source and returns to the source.
The current always flows in a closed circuit.   
The stream always searches for the path with the lowest resistance in order to take it.o   Electricity always flows and moves towards the ground.   
A person always represents the least resistance of the electric current, and represents a full circle when touching the ground.

Types of electrical hazards:   

Electrical Shock Hazards 
Electricity and Burn Hazards   
Electrical hazards, cracks and crackles – Arc – Blasto  
Electrical, Fire, and Explosion Hazards Fires and Explosions

1- Electric shock:   

The extent of the impact of electric shock on the human body depends on:

  • Amount of current passing through the body & path of current.
  • The time the current remains and is connected to the body. & Gender (Male-Female) – Health status – Weight – Age
  • The degree of skin moisture. The type of exposed organ of the body.

From the above points, it becomes clear that the electric current is the one that causes the injury to humans, not the electrical voltage.

Here is a table showing the different effects of the current on the human body:·

  • An electric shock occurs when the body becomes part of the electrical circuit and can occur in three ways, as follows:

  • The connection with both connections (live and neutral) at the same time, and the body, in this case, is similar to the priming of a bulb or motor windings, and the body,

in this case, is a resistance and the electric current passes through it.·       

  • Contact the hot wire (conductor) current, and in this case, the body is considered a ground connection.·       

  • Short-circuit when the hot wire touches the metal parts (holder – frame – hand or machine or machine tool electrical casing)

and becomes loaded with electrical energy
and as soon as it is touched the electric shock occurs.


  • Most electric shocks are fatal because they pass through or near the heart muscle.

For Example, an electric current of 100 mA passes through the heart in a third of a second and causes contractions

and violent heart flutter followed by stopping.

  • The non-lethal effects of current passing through the body range from a slight tingling sensation to severe pain and violent muscle cramps. 

  • Muscle agitation becomes dangerous when the person (Freezing) freezes in its place and loses its ability to move. 

  • Also, the electric shock can lead to the possibility of other effects such as burns and internal bleeding. 

  • If the contact time is short, a cardiac arrest occurs, and a respirator is ventilated within 3-4 minutes of the shock, the heartbeat can be repeated.

  • Do not try to touch the person with an electric shock if he is still holding the electrical current

and if you are not able to disconnect the electrical current then withdraw or push the injured person away from the current with a piece of wood – a dry rope – a piece of cloth.

  • The intensity of the electric shock depends on the condition of the skin. Dry skin has a large electrical resistance.

  • The electric shock from its source of strength (120 volts) may be less than (1 mA).

  • Minor sweat or skin moisture greatly reduces its electrical resistance and reaches the body to a lethal extent.

If you stand in the water or rest on a wet surface, the electric shock currents may reach (800 mA).

, which is thus above the lethal limit.

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