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RUSHPPSI Rush Plus Safety Spec Clear Lens

RUSHPPSI Rush Plus Safety Spec Clear Lens

Bolle

Upper protection, Non-slip bridge, Platinum coating, Co-injected ultra-flexible temples.

Code: 659080


Bolle

£6.35 Each (ex. VAT)

£7.62 inc. VAT
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RUSHPPSI Rush Plus Safety Spec Clear Lens

RUSH+ has an ultra-sporty design with its ultra-flexible, co-injected and customisable temples. Protection: Associated Risks - Mechanical risk - Low energy impact - F Low energy impact, resists a 6 mm, 0.86 g ball at 45 m/s. Mechanical risk- High speed particles at extreme temperatures - T, The letter T, immediately after the mechanical strength symbol, authorises use for high speed particles at extreme temperatures. Risks relating to radiations - UV Protection - EN 170 - (2-1.2, 2C-1.2), The protection filters ultraviolet radiation. This type of protection is particularly recommended during activities where the source of ultraviolet radiation is predominant, such as mercury vapor lamps, actinic or germicides. Levels of application: 2-1.2, 2C-1.2. Lens color: Clear. Lens Quality Coatings optical class symbols 1 : Continuous work. Coatings: Platinum, Bollé Safety revolutionizes eye protection with an innovation that meets all international standards, particularly EN166 option K and N. Clearly Innovative this permanent coating on both sides of the lens gives them a high resistance to scratching (1.4 cd / m²), to the most aggressive chemicals and delays the onset of fogging for 2 minutes. In all circumstances and at all times the Platinum lens innovation guarantees your eyes improved protection. EN 166 option K : resistance to surface damage by fine particles. For the lenses to comply, light diffusion after abrasion must be less than 5 candelas per m². EN 166 option N : fog resistance. For the lenses to comply, they must be fog-free for a minimum of 8 seconds at 100°C.

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Manufacturer Bolle
Manufacturer Code RUSHPPSI

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