THERMIC ORANGE I/C75 SD PR
UPPER Low density PU, anatomic, light and flexible
LINING Abrasion resistant polyester
FUSSBETT Insulating against low temperatures. The thermal comfort inside the footwear is granted thanks to the specials PU compound devised to give high insulation. Covered with cloth
OUTSOLE Hydrolysis, abrasion and slipping resistant sole, high grip (NITRILE RUBBER)
PLUS MIDSOLE, Antishock and thermally insulating (Middle density PU)., Non metallic APT puncture resistant plate, non metallic TOP RETURN
SIZES 7 -13
THE IDEAL SOLUTION FOR EFFECTIVE PROTECTION AGAINST THE COLD
Every job has its own protection requirements, and footwear is one of the segments in this respect. There are many people who still believe that safety footwear is only chosen by size, type and colour. But safety footwear is not necessarily safe just for its name. Depending on the hazards in each workplace, workers will need the most suitable type of shoe.
Generalities in terms of safety, offered by most manufacturers, include protection against shock, sharp objects, with antipuncture soles and insoles, protecting the foot and toes, for instance.
However, COFRA GOES BEYOND TRADITIONAL STANDARDS, seeking to protect against specific hazards and offering solutions for each type of task. By investing 5% of their invoicing totals in Research and Development (R+D), the company can offer in-depth analysis of hazards in various occupations, and specific, suitable solutions for all workers, regardless of their activity.
When it comes to working in adverse weather, or in places where temperature is extremely cold, Cofra has come up with Thermic boots as a solution, a modern footwear concept that helps workers feel comfortable regardless of weather conditions.
By using the most advanced injection machines and vanguard technologies in physical-chemical labs, Cofra developed these hi-tech boots insulating against the cold but at the same time, reducing weight by means of the polyurethane cell structure.
For fishermen, and workers in sea platforms, mining or oil drilling, in extreme weather conditions and wherever feet need to be protected against the cold, Cofra’s Thermic boots are the most suitable solution. Thermal comfort is ensured, even when temperatures drop below 0, up to -50º C, and the boot is being successfully sold to workers in northern Europe, the US and Canada.
It is the only existing model in safety footwear options to protect against such low temperatures, but with the additional protection of an antipuncture insole and Composite tip. Top Return tips and meta-free APT insoles (fabric) will resist puncture while remaining comfortable and not adding weight to the boot.
The APT sole will resist punctures consistent with the new 10.067 recommendation dated March 16th, 2007, by the EEC, stricter than its predecessor and safer for it calls for thicker protection against puncture caused by nails or sharp objects. Penetration resistance is 15% more efficient, covering 100% of the foot sole, and as the insole is non-magnetic and extremely light in weight (only 50 grs), the boot remains flexible and comfortable.
The Top Return tip will resist 200 Joules. It is also non-magnetic, thin, and weighs only 50 grs. (steel tips weigh 90 grs). This makes the boot lighter in weight.
The leg of the boot is made from polyurethane in various densities for efficient thermal insulation at the lowest possible weight.
This ultra-light PU leg will also resist water, with permanent protective properties. It will also resist mineral oils and hydrocarbons. The material is antibacterial and avoids reproduction of microorganisms and fungi, guaranteeing hygiene. It is fragrant, so it avoids unpleasant odours. The white version is U.V. R (resisting UV), so it remains white for longer, making polyurethane very resistant to wear and exposure.
As the company studied protection requirements in various settings, Thermic is also antislipping, ensuring stability to avoid injuries even when working in slippery or uneven surfaces. The boot, as opposed to conventional boots with PU soles, has nitrile rubber sole. Tested in accordance to new EN ISO 20344:2004 / Amd1:2007, it has successfully passed all tests, with dynamic friction quotient of 0.25 (standard requirement, 0.16). Abrasion-resistant spikes are 11mm long, offering excellent grip on all surfaces.
Additional optional protection is available for workers exposed to extremely cold temperatures, including thermal insulation lining, polyester Wintherm felt that will dry fast and absorb perspiration, or with a padded collar made from synthetic leather and protecting against water, snow or dirt.
Cofra is a specialist in protective footwear for specific applications, and offers the widest possible range of models for special hazards. Workers find whatever footwear they need in Cofra’s extensive catalogue.