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IV900PC Polycarbonate Visor

IV900PC Polycarbonate Visor

Scott

235mm Polycarbonate visor manufactured to EN166 1 B39. Please note: FXVP30Z Visor posts required to connect visor carrier to helmet if Zone earmuffs are not used. VISOR ONLY.

Code: 2015231

Scott

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IV900PC Polycarbonate Visor

235mm Polycarbonate face shield. Manufactured to EN166 1 B39. Image shown with IM917. Please note, this visor does not come complete with face shield carrier - this must be ordered separately. The IV900PC face shield is suitable for general use in the industry for protection of the eyes and face. Polycarbonate face shields give medium impact protection, protection against molten metal splash and their chemical resistance is most suitable against inorganic acids, inorganic solvents and other inorganic compounds. The IV900PC face shield has been designed to meet the requirements of EN166 for impact, liquid splash and molten metal splash. Materials: Manufactured from optically correct polycarbonate. Maintenance and Cleaning: Face shields should be inspected for deterioration or damage before each use. If the face shield has impaired visual properties or is otherwise damaged it should be discarded. Clean regularly using warm water and a mild detergent, pat or air dry.

Please note: FXVP30Z Visor posts required to connect visor carrier to helmet if  Zone earmuffs are not used. 

 VISOR ONLY.

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Manufacturer SCOTT
Manufacturer Code 2015231

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