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Salisbury 20kV Buckle Overboots and Overshoes

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Salisbury ASTM Dielectric Buckle Overboots / Overshoes ASTM dielectric footwear 100% tested to 20kV.

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ASTM Dielectric Footwear provides extra safety when climbing ladders and poles where the deep heel cavity can lock onto the rungs. These boots and overshoes are 100% waterproof and made from premium grade ozone resistant rubber. The construction is hand-layered in full-cut patterns to fit over work boots. The fabric lining makes them easy to get on and off. The sole has a durable construction with a non-skid bar tread outsole.

All of Salisbury's ASTM Dielectric Footwear conforms with ASTM F1117 and is 100% TESTED to the electrical hazard requirements of ASTM F1116 at 20,000 volts.

ASTM Dielectric Footwear comes in four styles all with pole-climbing reinforcement patch. The Overshoe is available without buckles or with two buckles. The Overboot with adjustable side strap features a 14" height or a 17" height. The attached buckle and hardware is nonmetallic.

NEW Improved Overshoes Salisbury now offers improved 51511 non-buckle overshoe and 51512 with 2 buckle overshoe. The improved overshoes include a bob sole with aggressive tread for better traction. The deep heel and improved arch are specially designed for climbing ladders comfortably. The wider opening allows for easier on/off.

  • Model: 21405, Style: 17" 1 Buckle Overboot, Whole Sizes: 7 - 17, Weight: 5.8 lbs. (2.6 kgs)
  • Model: 21406, Style: 14" 1 Buckle Overboot, Whole Sizes: 7 -17, Weight: 5.0 lbs. (2.3 kgs)
  • Model: 51508, Style: Non-Buckle Overshoe, Whole Sizes: 7 -17, Weight: 3.3 lbs. (1.5 kgs)
  • Model: 51509, Style: 2 Buckle Overshoe, Whole Sizes: 7 -17, Weight: 4.4 lbs. (2 kgs)

What is the difference between the yellow/black Salisbury ASTM F2413-05 EH Footwear and the red/black ASTM Dielectric Footwear?

The yellow/black Salisbury ASTM F2413-05 EH Footwear are manufactured per the requirements of ASTM F2413-05 EH. Which means the outsole of these overshoes and boots have been tested to 20,000 volts to the electrical hazard requirements of ASTM F2413-05. Salisbury's red/black ASTM dielectric footwear conforms with ASTM F1117 and is 100% tested to the electrical hazard requirements of ASTM F1116 at 20,000 volts.

What are the benefits of ASTM Dielectric Footwear?

ASTM Dielectric Footwear protects ground workers from step and touch potential in the whole work zone, not just one confined work area, like a grounding mat.

ASTM Dielectric Footwear can help reduce the amount of electrical workers in a work area since they are not confined.

ASTM Dielectric Footwear allows personnel to safely mount and dismount equipment in the work zone.

ASTM Dielectric Footwear allows personnel to safely retrieve material from truck bins.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-SAL-20KV-RDF-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 7 to 10 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Salisbury


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