Protective Safety Goggles, Clear Lens & Anti Fog, Adjustable Head Belt Lightweight & Durable, 1 Pack

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Made of

 

  • Thermoplastic Polyurethane
  • Anti-Fog coating
  • Scratch Resistant coating
  • Impacting Resistant material
  • Bendable

 

Ideal Application

 

  • Wide-Vision Lab Safety
  • construction job site
  • classroom Lab
  • Workplace safety
  • woodworking
  • welding
  • painting

 

Safety goggle feature

 

  • Fits Over Glasses

 

specially designed to fit over top of prescription eyewear.

 

  • Full Eye Protection

 

Wrap-around design fits snugly to protect you from flying debris, dust, airborne particles and chemical splashes.

Most Important - vision & comfort

 

  • Crystal Clear Vision

 

Clear lens and high-performance dual anti-fog/anti-scratch coating ensures clear vision in almost any indoor work environment.

 

  • Long-Wearing Comfort

 

Soft, elastomer body flexes and conforms to the face for a secure, comfortable, gap-free fit

 

safety goggles in real time application

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What safety standard are we following in the making of our goggles?

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) aims to make that an easier and safer process. Its standard for eye protection, ANSI Z87. 1-2015, establishes the criteria for using, testing, marking, choosing, and maintaining eye protection to prevent or minimize injuries from eye hazards.

Fully tested according to ANSI Z87 And EN166 standard in both USA and EU

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ANSI Z87 details

Workers in nearly every industry can benefit from eye protection. Construction workers can protect against sawdust, laboratory workers can guard against harmful chemical splashes, and metalworkers can protect themselves from sparks, shrapnel, and other hazards.

It’s important, then, to use the right eye protection for the job.

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) aims to make that an easier and safer process. Its standard for eye protection, ANSI Z87.1-2015, establishes the criteria for using, testing, marking, choosing, and maintaining eye protection to prevent or minimize injuries from eye hazards.

This article breaks down the standard to help employers make an informed choice when selecting and providing eye protection.

ANSI updated the standard most recently in 2015. The most important part of the update is organizing equipment by hazard it counteracts. This trend started with the 2010 standard. It reflects the importance of choosing the right protective gear.

The update also added and changed several application-specific requirements, hazards, and equipment. It also updated equipment testing methods to reflect similar global standards.

Not exactly. OSHA’s eye protection standard for general industry, 29 CFR 1910.133(b)(2), only states that OSHA will accept eye protection that can be demonstrated to be at least as effective as protective eye and face protection devices that are constructed in accordance with:

  • ANSI Z87.1-2010
  • ANSI Z87.1-2003
  • ANSI Z87.1-1989 (R-1998)
  • ANSI Z87.1-1989

Given that ANSI Z87.1-2015 is demonstrated to be at least as effective as the earlier standards, items that meet the most recent standard are considered acceptable by OSHA.

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Why You Should Wear Safety Eyewear

You should wear safety eyewear because they are the best defense against eye injuries. They protect your eyes from a myriad of potential hazards at work, home and outdoors. Comprehensively, safety eyewear saves businesses and workers a tremendous amount of time and money. Also, wearing safety eyewear can have a significant impact on overall, long-term eye health.