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RUSHPPSF Rush Plus Safety Spec Smoke Lens

RUSHPPSF Rush Plus Safety Spec Smoke Lens

Bolle

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

Code: 659081


Bolle

£7.15 Each (ex. VAT)

£8.58 inc. VAT
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RUSHPPSF Rush Plus Safety Spec Smoke 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. Solar radiations risks: EN 172. Filter protection for industrial solar radiation. Recommended for outdoor work, EN172 norm guarantee a protection of 99.99% of ultra-violet solar radiation. Levels of application: 5-3.1 (Polarized, smoked) 5-2 (Twilight), 5-1.4 (ESP), 5/1.1-1.4 (Constrast), 5-2.5 and 5 to 4.1 (smoked ). Lens color: smoked. Lens Quality: Coatings Platinum 1 optical class symbols 1 : Continuous work. 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 RUSHPPSF

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