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Protective Sealed Eyewear

Wed, 02/15/2012 - 10:37am

Uvex Seismic Sealed EyewearHoneywell Safety Products has added two new lens tints to its popular Uvex Seismic Sealed Eyewear line, which delivers unmatched protection against impact, wind, dust and debris. According to the company, the eyewear, which is suitable for dirty, high-particulate work areas, is additionally characterized by:

  • The addition of proprietary Spectrum Control Technology (SCT) tints in SCT-Gray and SCT-Low IR make this eyewear even more versatile, meeting the performance and functionality demands of a wider range of specialized applications.
  • Spectrum Control Technology incorporates unique dyes and tints that absorb select wavelengths of light into the polycarbonate lens to reduce spectral hazards or to provide distinctive filtration for specific viewing tasks.
  • The combined protection and visual clarity provided by the lenses improves worker productivity and supports a workplace culture of safety.
  • The SCT-Gray lens tint reduces solar glare while allowing true color perception; special dyes make this lens a good choice for utility workers exposed to short-term electric arcs, where harmful levels of ultraviolet, infrared and blue light are present.
  • The SCT-Low IR lens tint offers high visible light transmission for indoor use around low-level IR hazards; the lens is ideally suited for indoor utility work where short-term electric arc hazards exist, as well as around welding and furnace operations where high-level infrared heat is present.
  • The eyewear can be worn with either temples or a headband to meet the needs of changing workplace environments.
  • Soft, flexible nasal pads conform to a variety of facial profiles for a secure fit, and soft face cushioning and padded temple tips ensure all-day comfort.
  • The eyewear is high-impact protection certified and meets ANSI Z87+ and CSA Z94.3 standards.

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