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uvex ultrasonic goggles grey/orange

uvex ultrasonic goggles grey/orange

Uvex

uvex Ultrasonic anti-mist and scratch resistant clear lens goggle. Manufactured to EN166 1B 349 KN.

Code: 9302-245


Uvex

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uvex ultrasonic goggles grey/orange

• Based on a ski goggle design, extremely lightweight and excellent field of vision • uvex permanent lens coating technology: anti-fog coating on the inside, scratch resistant on the outside. Increased durability and safety. • The innovative frame combines hard / soft materials creating soft effective seal around eyes. High levels of comfort, protection and hygiene • Soft material aids compatibility with respirators and other items of PPE • Wide fully adjustable head strap, fits all head sizes providing secure pressure free fit • Can be worn over most prescription spectacles • 100% UVA, UVB and UVC up to 400nm • Optical class 1 – for the best optical quality • Clear lens – suitable for most light environments • uvex supravision excellence lens coating. EN166 1B 349 KN CE.

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Manufacturer uvex
Manufacturer Code 9302 245

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Posted on 10/12/2014Edinburgh company fined after lack of PPE leaves worker blind in one eye Read more

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