The anti-smashing performance of the safety shoe steel toe cap may be affected by various factors. According to the principle of space protection in our daily operations, not only the steel toe cap of safety shoes must have sufficient strength, but the sole should also be able to form the necessary support strength immediately under the frills of the toe cap under pressure or impact, so as to be impacted. The force can be effectively transferred to the ground without causing other parts such as the steel toe cap above the safety sole to sink into the sole after the force is applied.
If the hardness of the formula of the safety shoe sole is relatively large, it will support the toe cap of the shoe more effectively. Another factor that needs to be considered is that the sole must be kept in line with the edge of the toe cap when designing, and the sole must have tooth patterns. This is because the spacing area between the sole teeth cannot provide good support, so if possible, try to avoid the overlap between the edge of the steel toe cap of the safety shoe and the spacing area of the sole teeth.
Another sole design feature that may affect the protective ability of the steel toe cap of safety shoes is that the total thickness of the sole gradually decreases toward the toe, which increases the toe sloping degree. On the contrary, this will affect the protective performance of the steel toe cap of the safety shoe. When the toe cap of the front stilt tilts forward when subjected to an impact or impact, the front shell of the toe cap is lower than the rear edge of the toe cap.
Because most safety shoe steel toe caps are designed to transmit impact and pressure through its front shell, if its front shell is depressed below the rear edge of the toe cap, its force transfer mechanism will not work effectively. The trailing edge will suffer severe deformation.
There is another feature of the sole component that can also affect the protective ability of the safety shoe steel toe cap, which is the longitudinal section of the upper surface that is cut along the width of the sole and seen from the vertical and horizontal section. The upper material recessed in the sole here increases the gap between the toe cap of the safety shoe, so the deformation of the toe cap will be greater when it is subject to possible damage.