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QB/T 1002-2005

Chinese Standard: 'QB/T 1002-2005'
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Detail Information of QB/T 1002-2005; QB/T1002-2005; QBT 1002-2005; QBT1002-2005
Description (Translated English): Leather shoes
Sector / Industry: Light Industry Industry Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard: Y78
Classification of International Standard: 61.060
Word Count Estimation: 12,000
Date of Issue: 2005-03-19
Date of Implementation: 2005-09-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard): QB 1002-1997; QB/T 1003-1990; QB/T 1004-1990; QB/T 1005-1990
Quoted Standard: GB/T 230.1-2004; GB/T 532-1997; GB/T 2703-1981; GB/T 3293-1982; GB/T 3293.1-1998; GB/T 3903.1-1994; GB/T 3903.2-1994; GB/T 3903.3-1994; GB/T 3903.4-1994; GB/T 3903.5-1994; GB/T 11413-1989; QB/T 1472-1992; QB/T 1646-1992; QB/T 1813-2000; QB/T 1873-2004; QB/T 1917-2000; QB/T 2224-1996
Drafting Organization: China Leather and Footwear Industry Research Institute
Administrative Organization: National shoe Standardization Center
Regulation (derived from): National Development and Reform Commission, People's Republic of China Notice No. 10 of 2005
Summary: This standard specifies: a variety of process manufacturing shoes requirements, test methods, inspection rules and signs, packaging, transportation and storage, This standard applies to: natural leather uppers made ??of artificial materials general wear shoes (including boots), this standard does not apply to the safety, protection and special features footwear.

QB/T 1002-2005
QB
ICS 61.060
Classification Number. Y 78
Record Number. 15703-2005
INDUSTRY STANDARD
OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Replacing QB 1002-1997, QB/T 1003~1005-1990
Leather Shoes
皮鞋
ISSUED ON. MARCH 19, 2005
IMPLEMENTED ON. SEPTEMBER 01, 2005
Issued by. National Development and Reform Commission of the People’s
Republic of China
Table of Contents
Introduction ... 5 
1 Scope ... 6 
2 Normative References ... 6 
3 Classification ... 7 
4 Requirements ... 7 
5 Test Method ... 12 
6 Inspection Rules ... 13 
7 Marking, Packaging, Transportation and Storage ... 16 
Appendix A (Informative) After-sale Quality Determination of Leather Shoes ... 18 
Foreword
On the basis of QB 1002-1997 "Vulcanized Leather Shoes", QB/T 1004-1990 "Sewing
Leather Shoes" and QB/T 1005-1990 "Mould Pressing Leather Shoes", this standard
integrates leather shoes manufactured with various processes into one standard.
Main revised contents of this standard include.
— Standard name;
— Extend application scope;
— Change the description method of technical requirements;
— Delete thickness recommended value of main components;
— Change the appearance quality to sensory quality. And carry out additions, deletions
and modifications to some inspection items;
— Carry out adjustment to indexes of physical and mechanical properties;
— Add requirements of low temperature flexing resistance of upper materials;
— Add provision “defects which may affect wearing shall not exist” in the technical
requirements;
— Change the description method of inspection rules.
Appendix A of this standard is informative.
This standard was proposed by the China National Light Industry Council.
This standard shall be under the jurisdiction of Nationwide Standardization Center of
Shoemaking.
Drafting organizations of this standard. China Leather and Footwear Industry Research
Institute, Jiangsu Senda Co., Ltd., Kangnai Group Co., Ltd., Shishi Fulin Shoe Industry Co.,
Ltd., Ligang Shoe Industry (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd., and Aokang Group Co., Ltd.
Chief drafting staffs of this standard. Yan Huaidao, Qi Xiaoxia, Zhu Xianggui, Zheng
Xiukang, Lin Heping, Sheng Baijiao, and Wang Zhenquan.
The previous editions of the standard replaced by this standard are.
— QB/T 1002-1990, QB 1002-1997;
— QB/T 1003-1990;
— QB/T 1004-1990;
— QB/T 1005-1990.
From the implementation date of this standard, it shall abolish the previous light industry
standard QB 1002-1997 "Glueing Leather Shoes" issue by China National Council of Light
Industry. And it shall replace light industry standards QB/T 1003-1990 "Vulcanized Leather
Shoes", QB/T 1004-1990 "Sewing Leather Shoes", and QB/T 1005-1990 "Mould Pressing
Leather Shoes" issued by former Ministry of Light Industry.
Introduction
It has been fourteen years since the issuance and implementation of standards QB/T
1003-1990 "Vulcanized Leather Shoes", QB/T 1004-1990 "Sewing Leather Shoes"
and QB/T 1005-1990 "Mould Pressing Leather Shoes". And it has been seven years
since the issuance and implementation of QB 1002-1997 "Glueing Leather Shoes".
Over the years, product styles of leather shoe have been updated continuously;
product quality has been continuously improved; and plenty of changes occur in raw
and auxiliary materials and manufacture process. Therefore, standard revision is
urgently needed in order to adapt to the industry development and product
requirements. This standard integrates leather shoes manufactured with various
processes into one standard, on the basis of QB 1002-1997 "Vulcanized Leather
Shoes", QB/T 1004-1990 "Sewing Leather Shoes" and QB/T 1005-1990 "Mould
Pressing Leather Shoes".
Leather Shoes
1 Scope
This standard specifies the requirements, test methods, inspection rules, marking, packing,
transport and storage of leather shoes manufactured with various processes.
This standard is applicable to ordinary wearing leather shoes (including boots) with upper
fabric made of natural leather, artificial material, etc.
This standard is not applicable to footwear of safety, protection and specific functions.
2 Normative References
The following normative documents contain provisions which, through reference in this text,
constitute provisions of this standard. For dated reference, all subsequent amendments
(excluding corrigendum content) to, or revisions of, any of these publications do not apply.
However, parties that enter into an agreement according to this standard are encouraged to
study whether the latest edition of these documents is applicable. For undated references, the
latest editions of the normative documents apply.
GB/T 230.1-2004 Metallic Rockwell Hardness Test-Part 1. Test Method (Scales A, B, C, D,
E, F, G, H, K, N, T) (ISO 6508-l. 1999, MOD)
G8/T 532-1997 Rubber Vulcanized or Thermoplastic-Determination of Adhesion to Textile
Fabric (idt ISO 36. 1993)
GB/T 2703-1981 Technical Terms for Leather Shoes Industry
GB/T 3293-1982 Chinese Shoe Sizing and Last Systems
GB/T 3293.1-1998 Shoes Sizes (idt ISO 9407. 1991)
GB/T 3903.1-1994 General Test Method for Footwear - Test Method of Flexing Resistance
GB/T 3903.2-1994 General Test Method for Footwear - Test Method of Abrasion
Resistance
GB/T 3903.3-1994 General Test Method for Footwear - Test Method of Peeling Strength
GB/T 3903.4-1994 General Test Method for Footwear - Test Method of Hardness
GB/T 3903.5-1994 General Test Method for Footwear - Test Method of Appearance
GB/T 11413-1989 Test Method for Bond Strength of Leather Shoe Heels
QB/T 1472-1992 Flexing Index of Fiber Board for Shoes
QB/T 1646-1992 Polyurethane Synthetic Leather
QB/T 1813-2000 Test Method of Shank Longitudinal Stiffness of Leather Shoes (eqv BS
5131/4.18-1995)
QB/T 1873-2004 Upper Leather
QB/T 1917-2000 Steel Shank of Leather Shoes
QB/T 2224-1996 Technical Conditions on Flexibility at Low Temperature of Upper
Materials
3 Classification
According to using objects, shoes are divided into shoes for men, women and children.
According to upper materials, shoes are divided into shoes with natural leather (top-layer
leather and second-layer leather of animals such as pig, cattle and sheep) and artificial
material upper.
According to manufacturing process, shoes are divided into the following categories. glueing,
sewing, mould pressing, vulcanized, injection molding, filling, etc.
4 Requirements
4.1 General requirements
Leather shoes manufactured with various processes shall meet the following requirements.
4.1.1 Shoes sizes
It shall meet the requirements of GB/T 3293.1-1998.
4.1.2 Shoe tree dimension
It shall meet the requirements of GB/T 3293-1982.
4.1.3 Shoe upper material
It shall meet the requirements of QB/T 1873-2004 and QB/T 1646-1992.
4.1.4 Mark
Table 2
Category
Peeling strength /(N/cm)
Superior products Qualified products
Shoes for men ≥90 ≥70
Shoes for women and children ≥60 ≥50
4.2.1.5 When one of the following conditions occurs, the peeling strength shall not be less
than 40N/cm.
a) The upper surface is sheep-skin or artificial material;
b) The thickness of outsole front end is less than 3mm;
c) The outsole width, at 20mm from the end point of outsole front end, is less than
40mm.
4.2.2 Adhesion strength of outsole and external middle sole
4.2.2.1 The adhesion technical index of outsole and external middle sole is. adhesion
≥20N/cm; when the micropore bottom is split and the glue line does not open, adhesion
≥15N/cm.
4.2.3 Flexing resistance of finished shoes
4.2.3.1 Test condition. precut 5mm and continuously fold for 40000 times.
4.2.3.2 Technical index of flexing resistance of finished shoes is shown in Table 3.
Table 3
Item Superior products Qualified products
Flexing resistance of
finished shoes
Cut and split length after folding ≤12.0mm.
There is no new crack after folding; the
upper surface after folding shall be free from
crazing, cracked grain or upper-sole
delamination.
Cut and split length after folding≤30.0mm.
Length of new crack after folding ≤5.0mm ......
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