Ideas received - Regulation

Ideas received - Regulation

Let's separate the myths from the facts surrounding eye protection 
Ski goggles can protect effectively in industrial environments.

 
Only protective goggles conforming to the EN172 standard offer a guarantee to reliably protect against "solar radiation for industrial use", i.e. exposure to UV radiation due to natural light. This specific standard for PPE is different from that of ski goggles or other leisure activities, which are subject to ISO 12312 and ISO 12311.

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All the products available on the market must conform to the standards of each country.
In Europe the reference standard is EN, for the US it is the ANSI, for Australia AS/NZS and Canada, the CSA.
In Europe, all personal protective equipment must bear the EC mark. In addition, the supplier must be able to present the EC declaration of conformity as well as a notice summarizing all the data on the storage, the conditions of use and maintenance of the equipment, the expiry date, the protection class ...
The same standards apply to all protective equipment around the world.

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Safety glasses are quite versatile

 
At Bollé Safety, lenses and frame markings are specific to each product, in relation to a specific use and a particular type of protection. They are certified by independent laboratories and guarantee the quality and strength of Bollé Safety products.

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The lightweight, impact resistance and scratch resistance of polycarbonate far outweigh that of plastic. In addition, it absorbs 100% of UV and can withstand extreme temperatures from -80 ° C to + 135 ° C. With superior safety performance over time, it is the ideal material for protective and sports glasses.
Plastic or polycarbonate, it doesn't matter ...

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With the CR39, we take no risks!

 
This is true for chemical risks. But this resin, which is very resistant to abrasion and fogging, solid and light, is not at the height of the polycarbonate on the UV protection (which it absorbs only in part) and on the scratch resistance . The application of a scratch-resistant treatment and the UV400 option can correct these two points. Finally, with equal power, the organic lenses are thicker than the lenses in mineral or polycarbonate.

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Indeed nylon is distinguished by a great flexibility and a very good resistance to wear, chemicals (fuel oil, paint, lacquer, lubricants ...) and the heat. However, it does not offer a very good moisture resistance, hence poor performance in a wet environment or other materials will be more relevant.
Our thoughts on Nylon in Safety Eyewear

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I am not legally obliged to wear protective glasses.