ANSI-Compliant Glasses and Goggles
Used to shield the eyes from harmful impact hazards and offer UV protection when working in the sun.
Worn over prescription eyewear and feature vented sides to provide air circulation and prevent fogging.
Protect the eyes from flying fragments and particles, and fit the worker’s face, providing a protective seal.
UVA rays account for about 95% of the sun's rays that aren't filtered out by the earth's atmosphere, and UVB rays account for less than 5% of unfiltered rays. Besides causing damage to skin, these UV rays can also damage workers' eyes as well as cause eye cancers and eye diseases. UV-blocking safety glasses can prevent these injuries by reducing and blocking out harmful UV rays.
CHOOSE THE CORRECT LENS COLOR
- Allows maximum light without distortion
- Provides maximum visual clarity
- Standard lens for most safety glasses
- Ideal for low-light or indoor usage
- Limits how much light can pass through the lens
- Reduces outdoor glare
- Provides most accurate color visibility
- Ideal for bright light conditions that can cause eye fatigue
- Enhances light and contrast
BLACK MIRROR LENS
- Reduces glare and yellow light
- Minimizes eye strain and fatigue
- Ideal for indoor and outdoor conditions
- Brightens environments
- Reduces haze and glare
- Blocks blue lights
- Ideal for low-light indoor and outdoor conditions
Improve Workers' Vision With Special Coatings
Your workers need to be able to see clearly through their safety glasses. Anti-scratch and anti-fog coatings can help combat issues that can affect lens clarity.
WHEN TO CHOOSE DIRECT VS. INDIRECT VENTED GOGGLES
Goggles offer more protection than regular safety glasses because they fit to the worker's face, providing a seal. Indirect vented goggles have an angled venting system that prevents direct venting to the interior of the goggles. This offers excellent protection from dry particulate and liquid chemical materials. Direct vented goggles have ventilation holes in the frame that allow air to circulate to the interior of the goggles. The holes are small enough to prevent flying particles from reaching the eyes. Direct vented goggles shouldn't be used if employees could be exposed to splashed chemicals, but are a good choice if high humidity and lens fogging is a concern.
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