Rock Fall RF160 Ohm Electrical Hazard safety boot
The RF160 Ohm safety boot from Rock Fall is a unique development in safety footwear. It’s an Electrical Hazard boot packed with technical performance features and has the "guaranteed for life" BOA® Fit System that enables a perfect fit and can easily be operated whilst wearing gloves.
Ohm is quickly becoming a widely specified boot by leading energy management operators due its Electrical Hazard rating. Certified to withstand electrical risks of 18kV in accordance with the ASTM F2412-18 test method.
It has 100% non-metallic protective components, including a fibreglass toecap and composite midsole. Both features mean an SBP protection rating, the fibreglass toecap protect from falling objects and compression, and the penetration resistant composite midsole helps prevent sharp objects from puncturing the sole. These meet the requirements of the EN ISO 20345:2011 standard, shock resistance is 200 J, resistance to compression is 15000 N, resistance to nail penetration is 1100 N.
All day breathability and comfort comes from an Ortholite® Climate footbed.
The outsole complex is a dual density EVA nitrile rubber outsole which offers enhanced abrasion resistance whilst providing exceptional shock absorption and weight reduction. SRC rated for slip resistance (highest performance rating), it offers grip on wet and slippery surfaces, and is also resistant to oils.
Sizes: UK 6-12 (EU 39-47)
Shoe weight: 703g
- Water repellent full grain black nubuck upper with breathable mesh panels
- BOA® Fit System
- Moisture wicking breathable mesh fabric lining
- Ortholite® climate breathable footbed
- SBP safety rating (fibreglass toecap & composite midsole)
- Shock absorbing dual density EVA nitrile rubber outsole
- Oil resistant sole
- SRC slip resistance
- Conforms to EN ISO 20345:2011 SB P E WRU FO SRC
- Electrical Hazard testmethod: ASTM F 2413-18 M/I/C PR EH
Disclaimer: This footwear is Electrical Hazard and tested in accordance with the test method as set out within ASTM F2412-18. This protection deteriorates rapidly in humid, damp and wet environments and with wear. Electrical Hazard (EH) Safety footwear is intended as secondary source protection equipment and not for live working.