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Protective Glasses, Protective Goggles And Protective Screens
- Jan 05, 2019 -

Protective glasses are a typical representative of eye protection products. In addition to safety glasses, there are many other eye protection products. The right choice of protective glasses is related to our own safety, so how do we choose? Learn about the features of these items first.


Selection and use of eye protection products:


protective glasses

Protective glasses are the most common eye protection. In terms of style, safety glasses can be divided into safety glasses with side protection, safety glasses that can be worn outside the prescription mirror, and prescription safety glasses. The biggest difference between protective glasses and ordinary prescription glasses or ordinary decorative mirrors is their impact resistance. When subjected to a certain degree of impact, the frames and lenses will not be damaged, and the lenses will not fall off the frames.


Protective eye mask

Protective eyewear is another common eye protector that fits snugly around the wearer's eye, providing more protection while providing better impact resistance. The eye mask can also be used to protect against other hazards such as dust and liquid splashes, and the filter can also be used to protect against optical radiation from certain low-energy welding or cutting (such as gas welding) or as a welding aid. The protective eyewear can also be subdivided into three styles, direct ventilation, indirect ventilation and airtight.


Protective screen

In some work environments, the use of the above two types of eye protection may still fail to meet the protection requirements, such as requiring a larger protective area, covering the entire face, and the impact resistance of the glasses or eye mask is not sufficient to protect against possible impacts on the site. harm. The face screen can solve these problems, its impact resistance is the strongest, and its protection range extends from the brow bone to the chin. It should be pointed out that the face screen is often only used as an auxiliary protective gear.