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Rock Fall Volta Safety Trainer  RF140 EH SRC

Rock Fall Volta Safety Trainer RF140 EH SRC

With a protective fibreglass toecap and composite anti-penetration flexi-midsole, Volta is an electrical hazard trainer developed with specialist comfort materials that are certified to withstand electrical risks of 18kV in accordance with the ASTM F2412-11 test method.

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£86.69 Pair (ex. VAT)

£104.03 inc. VAT
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Rock Fall Volta Safety Trainer RF140 EH SRC

With a protective fibreglass toecap and composite anti-penetration flexi-midsole, Volta is an electrical hazard trainer developed with specialist comfort materials that are certified to withstand electrical risks of 18kV in accordance with the ASTM F2412-11 test method. Featuring water repellent ripstop nylon with 3D printed styling and Boa® lacing system, shock absorbing dual density EVA nitrile rubber outsole and Ortholite® climate breathable footbed. 100% non-metallic construction. Conforms to specifications EN ISO 20345:2011 SB P E FO WRU SRC and ASTM F 2413-11 I/75 C/75 EH PR. 

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Manufacturer Rock Fall
Manufacturer Code RF140/Volta

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