3M SecureFit 400 Reader UV Safety Glasses, Clear Polycarbonate Lens, Scratch Resistant, +1.5 Prescription
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3M™ SecureFit™ Reader Safety Glasses, Anti-Scratch / Anti-Fog, clear +1.5 Lens, SF415AS/AF-EU
3M™ SecureFit™ Reader Safety Glasses SF415AS/AF EU, Black/Green Frame, Anti Scratch / Anti Fog, clear +1.5 Lens. The rimless lens contains an additional +1.5 reader part at the bottom of the lens magnifying small details.
The wide flexible temple arms for solid side protection and popular to be used in combination with Ear Muffs. Temples also feature 3M™ Pressure Diffusion Temple Technology (PDT) which allows the safety spectacle temples to naturally adjust to individuals head sizes giving wearers a secure and comfortable fit. Reduces slippage from head movements. Soft, adjustable nose pads for even greater personalisation of fit.
Features and Benefits
Temple arms in a bold colour for an infusion of style
Design provides excellent coverage and good field of vision
Lightweight design (19g)
3M Pressure Diffusion Temple Technology for secure and comfortable fit
Soft adjustable nose pads for even greater personalisation of fit
Dual-injected padded temple touchpoints for added comfort over the ears
Magnifying lenses allow you to enlarge images contained in the field of vision
Including a +1.5 reader part
Polycarbonate lenses EN166:2001
High speed particles at low energy – F
Extreme temperatures -5°C and +55°C as EN166-2001
UV protection to EN170:2002
Sun glare - Grey, I/O and Blue mirror lenses to EN172:1994
What are the potential eye hazards at work?
There are a number of potential eyes hazards that require eye protection, these include:
Radiation (Visible light, heat or infrared radiation or lasers).
Projectiles (Dust, concrete, metal, wood and plastic).
Chemicals (Splashes and fumes)
Blood borne pathogens from blood or body fluids
Can you use prescription glasses be used as Safety Glasses?
These two are not the same, safety glasses provide optimal protection for your eyes on your job. Safety glasses are generally made from different materials or different thicknesses in order to withstand the impact of flying objects or hazardous materials.
Prescription lenses in normal glasses have a primary objective to correct vision and provide little to no protection from hazardous materials.
EN166:2001, EN170:2002, EN172:1994
When assessing the need for eye protection, first identify the hazards (airborne dust, projectiles, splashes etc.), then their extent (frequency/velocity of projectiles, frequency/severity of splashes). All lenses are made from polycarbonate and approved to EN 166-1F.
|Series||SecureFit 400 Reader|
|Frame Material||PC, Stainless Steel, TPE|
|Lens Material||Polycarbonate (PC)|