Safety glasses fit for any­one

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - PRODUCT WATCH -

A one-size-fits-all eye pro­tec­tion means many work­ers con­tend with ill­fit­ting safety eyewear, which can lead to lower safety com­pli­ance rates, de­creased pro­duc­tiv­ity, and more eye in­juries.

That’s why Honey­well took a new ap­proach to safety eyewear and de­vel­oped Adaptec, a cus­tomis­able range of safety glasses.

To pro­vide the best-fit­ting eye pro­tec­tion ev­ery time, the glasses start with three dis­tinct frame sizes: nar­row, reg­u­lar, and wide. Hav­ing se­lected the cor­rect frame size for their face, work­ers can ad­just the lock­ing nose bridge, tem­ple hinge, and the head ten­sion­ing sys­tem for a fit that’s right for them.

There is a choice of four lenses for dif­fer­ent light­ing en­vi­ron­ments, block­ing any­where from eight to 78 per cent of vis­i­ble light, de­pend­ing upon the task.

In ad­di­tion, a 4A+ lens coat­ing pro­vides a high level of re­sis­tance against fog­ging, scratch­ing, and dust at­trac­tion, in ad­di­tion to a 99.9 per cent level of UV pro­tec­tion. Lenses are also easy to re­place and glasses are com­pli­ant with Aus­tralian Stan­dard ASNZS 1337.1:2010.

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