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UVP UV Blocking Eyewear

Designed to block ultraviolet radiation of 254 to 365nm as well as longwave blue haze. UVP™ UV Blocking Eyewear provides optimum contrast in viewing and lessened eye fatigue with spectacles, goggles and face shields that minimize eye and face UV exposure.

$42.69 - $144.05

Specifications

Certifications/Compliance Complies with ANSI Z87.1; NIOSH
For Use With (Equipment) UV blocking Face Shield
Lens Coating UV blocking
Lens Tint Clear
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Products 4
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Product Type Price Quantity  
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Product Type Price Quantity  
UVP38015101
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UVP
38015101
Replacement Face Shield
Each for $101.89
 
UVP98000204
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UVP
98000204
UVC-803 Face Shield
Each for $144.05
 
UVP98000201
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UVP
98000201
UVC-303 Spectacles
Each for $42.69
 
UVP98000202
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UVP
98000202
Each for $46.24
 
Description

Description

  • Designed to block ultraviolet radiation of 254 to 365nm as well as longwave blue haze
  • Provide optimum contrast in viewing and lessened eye fatigue

UVC-303 Spectacles

  • Made from impact-resistant polycarbonate
  • Top and side-shield design
  • Dimensions: 51 × 152mm (2 × 6 in.)
UVC-503 Goggles
  • Made from specially formulated plastic, offering optimum contrast and lessened eye fatigue
  • Lightweight design and flexible rubber trip for comfortable wearing
  • Air vents
  • Dimensions: 76 × 210mm (3 × 6 in.)
UVC-803 face shield
  • Covers face and neck
  • Made from plastic
  • Dimensions: 432 × 210mm (17 × 8.25 in.)

Compliance

Goggles and Faceshield comply with ANSI-Z87.1 1986 specifications for eye and face protection devices

Warranty

One year warranty for repair or replacement

Specifications

Specifications

Complies with ANSI Z87.1; NIOSH
UV blocking Face Shield
UV blocking
Clear
SDS

  • For exposure periods longer than eight hours or for ultraviolet wavelength emis-
  • sions other than 254nm to 365nm, consult Document HSM 73-11009 “Crite-
  • ria for a Recommended Standard ... Occupational Exposure to Ultraviolet
  • Radiation published by the US Department of Health, Education and Wel-
  • fare.”
  • Eyewear is designed to protect eyes, face and/or neck. Care must be taken to protect other parts of the body from severe skin burn associated with short-wave UV radiation. Avoid shining any ultraviolet lamp on reflective surfaces. Wear protective clothing and skin cream.