Encon® will introduce Primo™, a new safety spectacle, to the Veratti® line of personal protective equipment during the VPPPA National Conference and Expo. The Veratti® Primo™ is the first model of a new family of safety spectacles offering the new AFR™ (Advanced Fog Resistance) lens coating introduced by Encon® last year on the 160/500/750AFR chemical splash goggles.
Ingot™ Safety Glasses feature a high end, metal-frame look to give it a modern style, without the metal-frame price. The sleek painted frame is actually made of poly-carbonate, making it extremely lightweight for all-day wear. Plus, a soft nose piece and rubber temples provide additional comfort.
New additions to Active Lifestyle and Climate Control™ Series combine good looks and comfort with absolute premium protection for a range of activities
January 31, 2017
Wiley X® is expanding its line of advanced eyewear products offering Absolute Premium Protection with three new Rx-ready styles for 2017 — the company’s 30th year in business. With two new styles joining Wiley X’s popular Active Lifestyle Series and one new addition to the innovative Climate Control™ Series (each with multiple frame/lens combinations), there is sure to be an ideal style for every wearer and activity.
Innovations in anti-fog lens coating improve safety, productivity, bottom line
January 30, 2017
Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today announced it has published a new white paper, titled, “Think Lens Fogging’s No Big Deal? Think Again: Safety, Productivity and Your Bottom Line Are at Risk.”
Authored by the world leader in personal protective equipment, the 7-page publication reveals the risks of fogging safety eyewear and details groundbreaking innovations that extend fog-free performance for improved overall safety and productivity.
SafeVision®, LLC, a leading provider of prescription safety eyewear and corporate eyewear programs, is expanding its specialty frame selection with the inclusion of ANSI Z87.1 safety certified goggles.
The SVSG02, combines style and ergonomics in five colors including, Desert Camo, Matte Black, Army Camo, Navy, Camo and Blue/Black.
Electromagnetic energy given off by an arc or flame can injure workers’ eyes and is commonly referred to as radiant energy or light radiation. For protection from radiant energy, workers must use personal
protective equipment, such as safety glasses, goggles, welding helmets, or welding face shields.
Every year, tens of thousands of employees get injured at work, costing billions of dollars. The eye is one of the most common body parts to be injured on the job, costing employers an average of $1,463 per injury