This document specifies requirements and test methods for the non-metallic inserts with resistance against mechanical perforation, intended to function as components of PPE footwear (e.g. as described by ISO 20345, ISO 20346 and ISO 20347).

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This document specifies requirements and test methods for the metallic perforation resistant inserts with resistance against mechanical perforation, intended to function as components of PPE footwear (e.g. as described by ISO 20345, ISO 20346 and ISO 20347).

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This document specifies requirements and test methods for metallic toecaps, intended to function as components of PPE footwear (e.g. as described by ISO 20345 and ISO 20346).

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This document specifies requirements and test methods for non-metallic toecaps, intended to function as components of PPE footwear (e.g. as described by ISO 20345 and ISO 20346).

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This European Standard specifies requirements for footwear to protect the user against limited contact in time with specific chemicals.
The following risks are covered: splashing and degradation by chemical.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for footwear intended to protect the wearer from a prolonged continuous contact (more than 1 hour) with specific chemicals.
Degradation and permeation by chemicals are addressed in this standard. Other requirements are covered by reference to EN ISO 20345, 20346 or 20347 as appropriate.

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This European Standard specifies test methods for the determination of the resistance of footwear against selected chemicals under the following contact situations: splashing, degradation, and permeation.

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This standard specifies requirements for all-rubber and all-polymeric footwear constructed to be highly resistant to specific chemicals.
This standard does not cover footwear made from leather.
NOTE   Requirements for slip resistance are not given in the current (2004) editions of EN ISO 20345, EN ISO 20346 or EN ISO 20347. CEN/TC 161 Working Group 3 is continuing its work to develop slip requirements and it is expected that EN 13832-3 will be amended as soon as this work is finished.

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This standard specifies requirements for footwear to protect the user against specific chemicals.
This standard does not apply to footwear with leather outsoles.
NOTE   Requirements for slip resistance are not given in the current (2004) editions of EN ISO 20345, EN ISO 20346 or EN ISO 20347. CEN/TC 161 Working Group 3 is continuing its work to develop slip requirements and it is expected that EN 13832-2 will be amended as soon as this work is finished.

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This European Standard specifies test methods for the determination of degradation, permeation and penetration resistance of footwear by chemicals and defines the terms to be used.
This standard allows a comparison to be made of the resistance of footwear against selected chemicals under laboratory conditions.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and, where appropriate, test methods to establish conformity with these requirements for footwear intended to protect the wearer's feet and legs against foreseeable hazards in a variety of working sectors.   This standard can be used only in conjunction with EN 345:1992, EN 346:1992 or EN 347:1992, which give requirements for footwear relating to specific levels of risk.

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