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3M FAHRENHEIT Safety Goggles Glasses PPE Eye Protection EN166 Anti-Mist Clear UK

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3M Fahrenheit Safety Goggles

3M Fahrenheit safety goggles have been designed with a soft PVC crystal frame and a wide support area all around the face to enhance comfort. These protective goggles have a clear lens and they protect eyes from dust, particles and debris.

These safety goggles are suitable for a number of applications and are essential eye equipment for keeping safe in certain hazardous environments.

Features and Benefits:

Specially designed to fit with prescription glasses, dust mask or respiratory half-mask

Aerodynamic shape with cylindrical lens for 180° of distortion-free vision

The benefit of DX coating is a lens that is anti-scratch, anti-mist, anti-static and has some resistance to chemical attack

Lens colour is clear

Anti-scratch and anti-fog lens coating

Polycarbonate lens material – provide the highest level of protection from impact

B rated impact protection

Indirect ventilation system - prevents the passage of liquid splash into the goggle

Wide headband – better pressure distribution and comfort

Nylon elastic strap - easily adjustable due to the buckle system

Ultraviolet filter for UV protection

Applications include:

Safety goggles and safety glasses offer great eye protection and safety in the following areas:

Chemical

Construction

Engineering

General assembly

Maintenance and repair

Pharmaceutical

FAQs:

Are these Safety Glasses suitable to be over spectacles?

Yes, these goggles have been designed to fit with prescription glasses.

What are the potential eye hazards at work?

Airborne particles or small pieces of metal, glass or wood.

Sparks from tools and power equipment.

Flying objects.

Radiation or UV light.

Chemicals and corrosive substances.


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