Category Archives: Glass Working Glasses

Glass Blowing Safety Glasses Are A Necessity

glassblowing

Glass blowing is one of those trades people don’t think much about in the modern-day. In fact, it sounds like something that fell out of favor some time between the Renaissance and the industrial revolution. After all, anything that’s on display at a historical reenactment must have been replaced by technology at some point, right?…

The Importance of Eyewear in Occupational Safety

blue-glassworking

Many occupations involve activities that present hazards to the eyes. The most obvious one is likely welding – it is well-known that the light created from arc welding can cause blindness. Other occupations that require eye protection aren’t as easy to spot. Glassworkers need protection from both brightness and airborne debris, those who work with…

Bead Making Eye Protection

Bead Making Eye Protection

Need to protect your eyes while making art? Bead Making Eye Protection Using safety glasses during bead making is important if you want to keep your eyes safe from UV and sodium flare. Bead making eye protection is used to block the harmful ultraviolet rays, or UV, from torchwork from getting to your eyes, and…

Sodium Flare Eye Protection for Hot Glass Working

Sodium Flare Glasses for Hot Glassworking

Need sodium flare protection for your glass work? Hot Glass Working Protecting with Sodium Flare Working with hot glass produces harmful light such as sodium flare, ultraviolet rays, and sometimes infrared rays. If you’re looking for sodium flare eye protection for hot glass working, our line of glassworking eyewear is a great choice for browsing….

Lampworking Glasses for Soft Glass

Lampworking Safety Glasses for Soft Glass

Need a pair of safety glasses for working with soft glass? Lampworking Glasses for Soft Glass Lampworking eyewear and torchworking safety glasses for soft glass are generally the same thing. If you’re working with soft glass, you need to protect your eyes from the sodium flare released by your glass at high temperatures, as well…

Didymium Safety Glasses

Didymium Safety Glasses

Looking for safety glasses for use with soft glass? Didymium Safety Glasses Didymium safety glasses are known by a lot of names: rose didymium, rose glass, ACE, ACE 202, Phillips 202, even “purple glass,” but these all refer to the same didymium lenses. Didymium safety glasses protect your eyes from harmful UV rays and sodium…

Quartz Working Lenses Vs. Glass Working Lenses

Quartz Working Glasses

Most quartz glassblowers need different glasses than those working with pyrex or art glass. Why is this? Safety Glasses for Quartz Working Quartz melts at a higher temperature than art glass, and it doesn’t emit yellow sodium flare. Most other scientific glass and art glass emits some amount of sodium flare under a torch, but…

Category Archives: Glass Working Glasses

Glass Blowing Safety Glasses Are A Necessity

glassblowing

Glass blowing is one of those trades people don’t think much about in the modern-day. In fact, it sounds like something that fell out of favor some time between the Renaissance and the industrial revolution. After all, anything that’s on display at a historical reenactment must have been replaced by technology at some point, right?…

The Importance of Eyewear in Occupational Safety

blue-glassworking

Many occupations involve activities that present hazards to the eyes. The most obvious one is likely welding – it is well-known that the light created from arc welding can cause blindness. Other occupations that require eye protection aren’t as easy to spot. Glassworkers need protection from both brightness and airborne debris, those who work with…

Bead Making Eye Protection

Bead Making Eye Protection

Need to protect your eyes while making art? Bead Making Eye Protection Using safety glasses during bead making is important if you want to keep your eyes safe from UV and sodium flare. Bead making eye protection is used to block the harmful ultraviolet rays, or UV, from torchwork from getting to your eyes, and…

Sodium Flare Eye Protection for Hot Glass Working

Sodium Flare Glasses for Hot Glassworking

Need sodium flare protection for your glass work? Hot Glass Working Protecting with Sodium Flare Working with hot glass produces harmful light such as sodium flare, ultraviolet rays, and sometimes infrared rays. If you’re looking for sodium flare eye protection for hot glass working, our line of glassworking eyewear is a great choice for browsing….

Lampworking Glasses for Soft Glass

Lampworking Safety Glasses for Soft Glass

Need a pair of safety glasses for working with soft glass? Lampworking Glasses for Soft Glass Lampworking eyewear and torchworking safety glasses for soft glass are generally the same thing. If you’re working with soft glass, you need to protect your eyes from the sodium flare released by your glass at high temperatures, as well…

Didymium Safety Glasses

Didymium Safety Glasses

Looking for safety glasses for use with soft glass? Didymium Safety Glasses Didymium safety glasses are known by a lot of names: rose didymium, rose glass, ACE, ACE 202, Phillips 202, even “purple glass,” but these all refer to the same didymium lenses. Didymium safety glasses protect your eyes from harmful UV rays and sodium…

Quartz Working Lenses Vs. Glass Working Lenses

Quartz Working Glasses

Most quartz glassblowers need different glasses than those working with pyrex or art glass. Why is this? Safety Glasses for Quartz Working Quartz melts at a higher temperature than art glass, and it doesn’t emit yellow sodium flare. Most other scientific glass and art glass emits some amount of sodium flare under a torch, but…