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There are not enough products in stock €4.59 (VAT excl.)The Athens Sport Spectacle is designed with particular attention to user’s morphology. Lightweight strong and flexible it's ideal for long use. This spectacle features contrasting soft tips for a modern sports look...
€3.80 (VAT excl.)Dual lens with soft rubber nose bridge and temple grips in various colours.
€2.85 (VAT excl.)The Classic Safety Plus Spectacle has adjustable arms equipped with tips in contrast colour for a stylish look and optimised comfort. The anti-scratch and anti-fog treatment on the lens provides longevity to the...
€2.06 (VAT excl.)Constructed using a single panoramic polycarbonate lens with moulded side-shields and browguard. This product also features adjustable arms moulded nose bridge and contoured browguard.
€3.55 (VAT excl.)Tough looking wrap around streamline design excellent protective coverage and fitting. Ultra light and panoramic view.
€4.04 (VAT excl.)An ultra light polycarbonate spectacle that moulds in to the facial features providing brow protection and cheek guard. Fully adjustable temple length and a five point temple ratchet.
Protective work eyewear, how to choose the right model for your company
Safety glasses have the very important function of protecting the operator's eye from the possible penetration of external agents such as splinters, metal or wood fragments and chemical agents. Our salespeople are ready to advise you on the right model of goggles for your work needs to ensure the best protection. Safety glasses for work should be carefully selected according to the agent you are exposed to and according to possible exposure to UV (sun) rays since safety glasses with dark lenses are also available. Another specific category that is always part of protective eyewear are the sanitary glasses, ideal for specific protection from biological liquids.
Safety glasses, regulations and certificationsB
Protective eyewear must mandatorily have the following certifications:
- EN 166:2001, reference standard for all personal protective equipment that protects against hazards that can damage the eye
- EN 170:2002, a European standard indicating the protection of protective eyewear from ultraviolet radiation
- EN 175:1997, specific standard indicating eye and face protection during the welding process
- EN 1731:2006, standard governing the protection specifications of face shields and protective masks