Our Shoe Covers Exceed OSHA Standards

The OSHA Standard:

Static Coefficient of Friction (SCOF) is an indicator of traction or friction present between two surfaces. A SCOF of 0.50 or greater is recommended by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for normal human ambulation. Higher SCOF increases the traction, and therefore reduces the possibility of slips and falls.


All Reusable Shoe Covers

Laboratory Tested - ASTM Safety Rated
Our custom sole material used on Pro Shoe Covers, Maxtrek, CastMate and Meditread were tested and rated high on the safety scale. They received a combined SCOF of 1.375, which is 2.75 times the OSHA standard.

SCORES EXCEEDED OSHA’S RECOMMENDED LEVEL BY 175%
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30 Day Disposables - Semi-Disposable

Laboratory Tested - ASTM Safety Rated
The custom fabric used on our new line of semi-disposable shoe covers was tested in a laboratory for Static Coefficient of Friction to verify it’s non-skid abilities. It passed with flying colors, coming in at 1.126, which is 2.25 times the OHSA standard.

SCORES EXCEEDED OSHA’S RECOMMENDED LEVEL BY 125%
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Particle Testing of Our MaxTrek Reusable Clean Room Shoe Covers

Particle testing was performed per IEST-RP-CC003.4, Appendix B, Section B.2.5. One pair of shoe covers was placed in the Helmke Drum and tumbled for ten minutes.

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ESD Testing of Our MaxTrek Reusable Clean Room Shoe Covers

Three shoe cover samples were preconditioned at 70 + 2 degrees F and 50 + 3% relative humidity for 24 hours, then tested for surface resistivity using a Statico Model S2010 Surface Resistivity Meter.

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