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Laser Safety Glasses Frequently Asked Questions

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Laser safety starts with knowledge. Without it, blindness can happen in the blink of an eye. Lasers span distances at the speed of light, which, according to physics, is the fastest speed possible. There will be no warning before a laser beam does its damage. One instant, you are fine, and the next, you aren’t….

Do Not Be A Risk Taker: Wear Your Laser Safety Glasses


If you ever want to find out what can happen to the inside of your eyes if you fail to wear laser safety glasses when they are required during the use of a laser, you will find a variety of information during your search. You can do one simple search and you will find pages…

Reduce Your Risk of Cataracts with Radiation Safety Glasses


Some eye injuries occur swiftly and catastrophically such as when a high-speed cutting wheel explodes and punctures an unprotected eye with a flying fragment. Most sensible people understand the need for eye protection from these kinds of dangers. On the other hand, slow acting eye hazards, such as those causing cataracts, require years and possibly…

Weaken The Force Of Rays With The Right Radiation Safety Glasses


When it comes to working around hazardous materials and hazardous materials, you will need to make sure you have the proper equipment in order for you to remain safe. As a worker, it is important for you to protect your head and your face at all times, and this should be one of your main…

Industrial Laser Applications and the Need for Laser Safety Glasses

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Because of their unique properties, lasers enjoy many industrial applications. For example, they can cut and drill materials without the need of a cutting or drilling tool. This eliminates the problems of tool wear and replacement as well as excessive noise. They’re effective at machining difficult materials such as ceramics and very hard metals. Laser…

Laser Safety for Laboratory Researchers, Technicians, and Students


Given it’s the most vulnerable part of the body, it’s not surprising that the eye is often injured in laser accidents. Because it’s an optical organ, it’s particularly susceptible to lasers in the visible and near-infrared spectrum. Laser beams of this type readily travel through the cornea and lens, and reach the light sensing cells…

Protect Your Vision From Cumulative X-Ray Exposure With Radiation Safety Glasses

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X-rays are highly energetic electromagnetic radiation that are well outside the range of visual perception. Because of their high energy, they are capable of forming ions by knocking electrons off atoms. For this reason they are classified as ionizing radiation. This ionizing of atoms can break down the molecules of living tissue and cause adverse…

Laser Safety Glasses: The Effect of Laser Wavelength on Unprotected Eyes


A laser generates a beam of light of a single wavelength where the light waves move in the same direction and are exactly in phase (their peaks and valleys are perfectly aligned). This makes the beam intense and highly directional. These optical properties make lasers useful for many commercial and consumer applications. But they also…

Why Recreational Laser Users and Hobbyists Need Laser Safety Glasses


Slingshots, bb guns, darts, and power tools are often used for recreational or hobby activities. All of these items are eye hazards, and require appropriate eye protection. They’re hazardous because they can cause serious injury and even blindness. However, their mechanical nature makes their danger intuitively obvious to most people. If one chooses to forgo…

Radiation Safety Glasses: Identifying The Risks And Protecting Yourself


From the local delivery driver to the internationally-renowned neurosurgeon, every job comes with its own potential risks. Unfortunately, many of these risks aren’t just hypothetical, real injuries happen every day. It is very common for injuries to occur to one area of the body in particular, the eyes. According to the Centers For Disease Control…