Respirex International

Protective Footwear

The Workmaster™ range of boots and overboots are made in the UK at our state of the art automated boot factory. The injection moulding manufacturing process guarantees a seamless, leak-free construction and all our boots are REACH compliant. Boots and insoles are machine washable at up to 40℃ and have a shelf-life in excess of 10 years.

For further details on our range of footwear please see below or visit our dedicated Workmaster™ boots website

Chemically Protective Footwear

  • Hazmax™ ESD Boots

    Hazmax™ ESD Boots

    Chemically protective Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) boot to EN 13832

  • Hazmax™ Boots

    Hazmax™ Boots

    Chemically protective boot to EN 13832

  • Hazmax™ YS Boots

    Hazmax™ YS Boots

    A chemically protective anti-static safety boot with an integral steel toe cap and penetration resistant midsole.

  • Hazmax FPA Boots

    Hazmax FPA Boots

    A heat resistant version of the Hazmax boot conforming to the EN15090 fire boot standard

  • Chemical Maxi Overboots

    Chemical Maxi Overboots

    Chemically protective anti-static overboots to EN 13832

  • Compact Chemical Overboots

    Compact Chemical Overboots

    A chemically protective front-opening overboot with a slip resistant sole designed to be worn over safety shoes and trainers.

Dielectric Footwear

Why choose Workmaster™ boots?

Over 30% of industrial accidents result from slips, trips and falls - as Workmaster™ boots are used in an environment where there are liquids present, a slip resistant sole is crucial, which is why we fit a high-performance vulcanised rubber sole to our boots. This provides a number of important benefits:

  • Slip resistance is twice that required by EN 13287 SRA and SATRA TM144 standards
  • Grip is 30% better than with a conventional safety boot sole
  • Wear resistance is two to three times that of conventional soles
  • The sole is resistant to fuel and oil
  • Greater cut resistance than conventional soles
  • Resistance to hot contact for 60 seconds at 300℃
  • Cold insulation