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LS15 Adjustable Temples Wrap Around Frame, Laser Safety Glasses

Image represents frame style only. Filter color will vary by product specification.

Image represents frame style only. Filter color will vary by product specification.

Stock #12-744
£208.25
Qty 1-5
£208.25
Qty 6+
£170.00
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Filter:
LS15
Color:
Amber
Optical Density OD (Average):
>7 @ 180 - 534nm
>5 @ 720 - 770nm
>7 @ 750 - 760nm
>4 @ 770 - 850nm
>5 @ 850 - 1080nm
>7 @ 980 - 1064nm
Visible Light Transmission VLT (%):
22
EN 207/208 Ratings:
D LB7 and IR LB4 @ 180-315nm, DIRM LB5 @ 315-400nm, D LB5 and IRM LB6 @ 400-534nm, DIRM LB5 @ 720-770nm and 850-1,080nm, D LB5, IR LB7, and M LB7Y @ 750-765nm and 980-1,065nm, DIRM LB4 @ 770-850nm
Filter Material:
Polymer
Style:
Adjustable Temples Wrap Around

Regulatory Compliance

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Product Family Description

  • CE Certified Laser Radiation Protection
  • Designs for Ultraviolet, Visible, and Infrared Lasers
  • Available in Goggles, Glasses, or Comfort Glasses Styles

Laser Safety Eyewear feature high optical density at their specified wavelength range to protect against laser radiation. The durable lenses are molded with laser-protective absorptive dyes, causing accidental scratches to have no effect on their performance. Designs that protect against ultraviolet, visible, and infrared lasers are available. All Laser Safety Eyewear products are CE certified and come with a hard case, neck cord, and microfiber cloth.

Laser Safety Eyewear are available in four styles:

Laser Safety Goggles: fit over prescription glasses and are vented to prevent fogging

Fit Over Rx Glasses: fit over prescription glasses and have side-shields for a wide field of view

Adjustable Temples, Wrap Around Frame Glasses: feature a wrap around design with adjustable temple lengths and angle

Adjustable Bridge, Wrap Around Frame Glasses: feature a wrap around design with an adjustable bridge and comfort fit temples

Warning: Because of the potential for eye damage, the degree of protection required in each circumstance should be determined by the Laser Safety Officer, the industrial hygienist, or the individual responsible for the safety program.

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