Hydrolysis, The Crumbling of Shoe Soles explained
THE SAFETY JOGGER PU SOLE
There are 2 types of PU soles. There is a Polyether based PU sole and a Polyester based PU sole. Polyether based PU soles have a high resistance against hydrolysis and low oil resistance. Polyester based PU soles have a low resistance against hydrolysis and high oil resistance.
Safety shoes are always using a polyester based PU sole. The basic PU sole used in most safety shoes on the market lasts for 1.5 year in tropical conditions and 3 years in normal conditions.
The Safety Jogger PU sole, upgraded with improved resistance against hydrolysis, lasts for 4 years in tropical conditions and 8 years in normal conditions. Making our safety shoes a reliable product of endurance.
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