uvex at bauma– hall A1 booth A1.203

This year, uvex was once again part of the bauma trade show with a new booth concept from Oct. 24 to Oct. 30 to present its innovative products for the construction sector to the industry.

In addition to the new uvex 3 asphaltpro safety shoe with its heat resistance of up to 300 degrees, which was specially developed for asphalting work, there were also the new uvex helmets with integrated MIPS system to experience.

At our booth in Hall A1.203, we had all uvex Construction products on site as well as, for the first time, a "Walk of Work" where you could test the uvex 3 and the uvex 2 construction live on different surfaces.

Our trade fair offers are also very attractive. Purchase selected products at a special price until November 18, 2022. Our promotion flyer will give you the necessary information.

Here you will also find a small insight into the best moments of the fair!



Interviews from bauma 2022

Martin Leusmann on the construction sector as strategic sales field

What exactly awaits you on the showfloor in Munich and why the construction sector is a strategically important approach for uvex is explained in this interview by our Managing Director Sales Martin Leusmann:

Markus Secchi about construction product highlights

Markus Secchi, Sector Manager Construction, presents our highlight products at bauma 2022. He is presenting the uvex 2 construction safety shoe for light and medium applications in the construction industry, as well as the uvex 3 construction safety shoe for heavy-duty applications. Also, the uvex pronamic alpine mips safety helmet is a highlight of our trade fairs this year for head protection.



Alec Hamm on the joint trade fair appearance of uvex and HexArmor

Alec Hamm, Regional Sales Manager of HexArmor, talks about the joint trade fair appearance and the cooperation between uvex and HexArmor, as well as about protective gloves from HexArmor specifically for the construction industry. In this regard, he specifically presents the new HexArmor 3022 protective glove in the interview.

Thomas Grzybowski on the Mips safety system in uvex safety helmets

What the Mips safety system was developed for, how it works and which uvex safety helmets are equipped with the Mips safety system is explained in this interview by Thomas Grzybowski, Business Development Manager DACH, Mips.



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Our products highlights

Safety shoes

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uvex 2 construction
safety shoe for construction industry

uvex 2 construction was specially designed to meet the specific challenges of the construction industry, high mechanical requirements and extreme weather conditions: rugged, lightweight and modern S3 lace-up safety boots featuring a wide fit and water-resistant leather with uvex waterstop technology.

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uvex 3

The uvex 3 has been specially developed for the extreme demands faced in heavy-duty applications. It combines the required durability with a dynamic, sporty design and was developed in line with the uvex binom x principle. The principle is an approach to creating new products that combines the essential biomechanical functions of the body with the functions of the footwear, thus creating a harmonious unit consisting of body, footwear and environment.

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uvex 3 asphaltpro

The new uvex 3 asphaltpro is a heat-insulating S3 safety boot designed specifically for tarmac work. A range of features—such as the virtually seam-free construction, ergonomic outsole and antistatic comfortable insole—ensure a pleasant wearing experience for the entire working day.


Safety helmets

uvex pronamic alpine Mips

The Mips® safety system is designed to provide added safety for helmets in many accidents. For certain impacts, the Mips system can reduce harmful forces that might otherwise be transferred to the user’s head. Traditional helmets are typically designed for impacts perfectly centered on the crown of the helmet, but most impacts are off-centered or angled.The low friction layer is designed to help reduce the rotational force to the head of certain offcentered or angled impacts.

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Impressions from bauma 2022