Frequently Asked Questions

We want to guide you in the important things you should know about our industrial safety footwear. Learn more about the possible questions that may arise when deciding which industrial safety footwear is right for you.

Sicura Footwear, used in normal conditions and in the industrial field, have an average lifespan of one year. It is important to note that we define normal conditions such as: working temperatures between -10ºC and 70ºC in direct contact, without coming into contact with solvents or thinners, only contact with water (sole) and work on regular surfaces. These factors are accompanied by other aspects that are; periodic maintenance of boots, good storage between working days, and the non-alteration of their physical properties with markings or the incorporation of pieces that may affect them.

We give storage guarantee for a period of 18 months, from the moment of receipt, complying with the minimum storage requirements, which are: keeping the shoes in the original packaging, in spaces with temperatures between 20ºC and 40ºC, away from dust, humidity and sunlight.

Yes. Our electric works line has models manufactured for this type of work. Additionally, we offer other models that meet the requirements of the most stringent standards.

Sicura Footwear has one of the lightest footwear in the market. A pair of size 41 weighs, on average, around 950 grams. Variations can exist up and down, depending on the size and model of footwear.

Our guarantee is for 90 days from the date of the generated invoice.

The shoes are neither glued nor stitched. The sole is injected directly to the upper, in two processes, with dual density polyurethane.

No, we manufacture different models with different leather types, according to the use in the particular job for which it was determined.

Our soles are manufactured for continuous work operations at up to 70 degrees Celsius. We do not recommend using it for operations that exceed this temperature, in continuous exposure.

All footwear can be manufactured with our textile anti-perforation insole. When making the purchase, all possible risks must be established and if this one exists, we will manufacture your shoes with the anti-perforation textile insole.

The Industrial Safety Technology Foundation (FUNSEIN) certifies all our shoes, at a national level. In the same way, we are the only company in our field with the ISO 9001:2015 quality certification, granted by FONDONORMA.

Our lasts are big, so they are full sizes. We suggest that the size requirements be made with reference to your daily use shoes. In the same way, we have a size chart available on our website, to check equivalences and measurements.

We comply with international standards:

  • ASTM F 2412 and F 2413
  • UNE-EN ISO 20345:2012
  • NCh. 772/1, NCh. 772/2, NCh. 1350.

As for national standards, we comply with:

  • NCV 39:2003
  • Specification from PDVSA EM 36-01/01

Yes, we have the ISO 9001: 2015 quality certification, we are the only company in our field in Venezuela that has this certification.

Yes, we have the ISO 9001: 2015 quality certification, we are the only company in our field in Venezuela that has this certification.

We work with a steel toecap made of SAE 1050 steel, with an electrostatic epoxy coating. In the same way, we incorporate for the clients that request it, a composite toecap. Both toecaps comply with all international standards.

Yes, since our shoes are manufactured with grade 1 Polyurethane, and according to the ASTM D3851, it is formulated to resist hydrocarbons, fuels and lubricants.

Tests are done at a voltage of 14 kV for AC (alternating current) with leakage current less than or equal to 3 milli Ampere (mA). For DC (direct current), tests are done at 30kV with leakage current not greater than 50 micro Ampere (µA).

Actually, yes; however, we suggest making a preliminary evaluation of the work area to offer the best suitable footwear for the particular process.

Any warranty claim must be handled with your direct distributor or through our Sales Department, by email: [email protected] and [email protected]

It is important to keep in mind that the document to be presented is the invoice with which the footwear was dispatched.