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Sperian Horizon Welding Flip Glasses, Polycarbonate, Infradua, Ultra dura, Black (S212)

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Item #: 901-423241
  Model #: S212
Brand: Honeywell Uvex
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Sperian Horizon Welding Flip Glasses, Polycarbonate, Infradua, Ultra dura, Black (S212)
$38.99 Each
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Description
Sperian® ANSI Z87 Horizon Welding flip glasses in clear color with black frame have high performance polycarbonate lens for longer durability. Sperian® ANSI Z87 Horizon Welding flip glasses in clear color feature shaded lens design that protect against high intensity light sources. Glasses include classic flip-up style that offers versatility for workers in unique environments.
  • Color: Clear with black frame
  • Lens material: Polycarbonate
  • Welding flip glass
  • Shaded lens designed to protect against high intensity light sources
  • Classic flip-up style offers versatility for workers in unique environments
  • Clear impact-resistant polycarbonate lens for superior protection against flying particles
  • Meets ANSI Z87+ (high impact) and certified to the requirements of CSA Z94.3 standards
  • Clear, shade 5.0 flip up
  • 1 Each
  • Anti-scratch hard coat
  • 4.75"(W), 0.08"(T) (lens)
  • Polycarbonate lens, PVC temple and frame
  • Application/usage: Industrial use like welding, steel and metals
  • Hazards: Abrasion, airborne particulates, biohazard, impact
Specifications
Brand : Honeywell Uvex Customizable : No
Weight : 0.15 lbs. per Each

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