Category Archives: Safety Products

Safety Products in Prescription and Non-Prescription

Solar Eclipse Safety: What Shade Should Your Welding Mask Be?

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A total solar eclipse isn’t a once in a lifetime event, but it’s pretty uncommon. It’s even rarer for a total solar eclipse to be lined up perfectly with your part of the world. But if you have a front row seat for a future eclipse, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll want to watch…

Audit Your Company’s Safety Equipment: Break Down Your ANSI Standards for Easy Compliance

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Internal audits are the trickiest part of every job. Even on your company’s network, there are hundreds of hidden away files, old email attachments, and dusty corners in your company’s servers. It’s even harder to do an audit of physical equipment. Boxes and old parts might be stored everywhere from older desk drawers to supply closets…

Safety Eyewear in the Science Classroom

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If you are a high school science teacher, there is a pretty good chance you have a whole semester full of engaging material coming up. For many science instructors, this material includes hands-on experiments that are much appreciated by most students. However, while hands-on work definitely makes science lessons more interesting, it can also make…

The Many Kinds of Safety Glasses and Their Unique Purposes

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The Many Kinds of Safety Glasses and Their Unique Purposes Generally, when people hear the words “safety glasses” they might think about some clear, plastic specs used when sawing wood or sporty, tinted shades for long motorcycle riding excursions. But the reality of safety glasses is that they act as protective gear for a broad range…

5 Questions You Should Ask Every Time You Buy Safety Glasses

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Whenever you buy something, especially for the first time when you might not know exactly how to make sure that you get the right product at the right price, you should arm yourself with a bit of knowledge before making the purchase. This rings true for everything, including safety glasses. In this post, we will…

5 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Safety Glasses

rx-q100-bk

Whether you own a pair of laser safety glasses, radiation safety glasses, or any other form of protective eye wear that shields your eyes from dangerous environments, you will inevitably have to replace those glasses at some point. If you use this eye wear for a job that is particularly hazardous, you will be wearing…

Laser Safety Glasses: The Dangers of Consumer Lasers

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The eye is the most vulnerable part of the human anatomy. It’s vulnerable to mechanical injury and to certain wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum. Prior to 1960, when the first laser was built, the damaging effect of artificial radiation such as welding flash, dropped off quickly as you moved away from the source. In addition, the normal visual spectrum…

4 Mistakes Owners of Safety Glasses Make That Compromise Their Quality

Laserglasses

When you invest in a pair of safety glasses (whether they are laser safety glasses, radiation safety glasses, or some other safety glasses designed to protect your eyes from harmful environments), you obviously want something that will last you for many years. They should also maintain a high level of quality in order to offer…

Selecting Your Laser Safety Glasses: A Guide

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If you work around lasers you know just how imperative eye safety can be. One of the most important necessities is your go-to laser safety accessory, and it certainly isn’t about style. Laser safety glasses are made for use in many fields, including: medical, military, and industrial laser application, but do not really differentiate themselves from one to the…

Welding Lenses: Gold vs. Green

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A welder’s most important instrument is inarguably the eyes, so choosing the right welding lens should be a safety priority. Welding goggles, helmets, and masks all rely on a well-constructed, glass safety lens to protect the face and eyes. Along with optimum protection the safety lens should also be able to provide a clear view of the task at hand. Because the welding lens is…

Category Archives: Safety Products

Safety Products in Prescription and Non-Prescription

Solar Eclipse Safety: What Shade Should Your Welding Mask Be?

solar eclipse-27

A total solar eclipse isn’t a once in a lifetime event, but it’s pretty uncommon. It’s even rarer for a total solar eclipse to be lined up perfectly with your part of the world. But if you have a front row seat for a future eclipse, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll want to watch…

Audit Your Company’s Safety Equipment: Break Down Your ANSI Standards for Easy Compliance

phillips

Internal audits are the trickiest part of every job. Even on your company’s network, there are hundreds of hidden away files, old email attachments, and dusty corners in your company’s servers. It’s even harder to do an audit of physical equipment. Boxes and old parts might be stored everywhere from older desk drawers to supply closets…

Safety Eyewear in the Science Classroom

classroom

If you are a high school science teacher, there is a pretty good chance you have a whole semester full of engaging material coming up. For many science instructors, this material includes hands-on experiments that are much appreciated by most students. However, while hands-on work definitely makes science lessons more interesting, it can also make…

The Many Kinds of Safety Glasses and Their Unique Purposes

Model-33

The Many Kinds of Safety Glasses and Their Unique Purposes Generally, when people hear the words “safety glasses” they might think about some clear, plastic specs used when sawing wood or sporty, tinted shades for long motorcycle riding excursions. But the reality of safety glasses is that they act as protective gear for a broad range…

5 Questions You Should Ask Every Time You Buy Safety Glasses

readingglassesbanner

Whenever you buy something, especially for the first time when you might not know exactly how to make sure that you get the right product at the right price, you should arm yourself with a bit of knowledge before making the purchase. This rings true for everything, including safety glasses. In this post, we will…

5 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Safety Glasses

rx-q100-bk

Whether you own a pair of laser safety glasses, radiation safety glasses, or any other form of protective eye wear that shields your eyes from dangerous environments, you will inevitably have to replace those glasses at some point. If you use this eye wear for a job that is particularly hazardous, you will be wearing…

Laser Safety Glasses: The Dangers of Consumer Lasers

greenlaser

The eye is the most vulnerable part of the human anatomy. It’s vulnerable to mechanical injury and to certain wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum. Prior to 1960, when the first laser was built, the damaging effect of artificial radiation such as welding flash, dropped off quickly as you moved away from the source. In addition, the normal visual spectrum…

4 Mistakes Owners of Safety Glasses Make That Compromise Their Quality

Laserglasses

When you invest in a pair of safety glasses (whether they are laser safety glasses, radiation safety glasses, or some other safety glasses designed to protect your eyes from harmful environments), you obviously want something that will last you for many years. They should also maintain a high level of quality in order to offer…

Selecting Your Laser Safety Glasses: A Guide

laser-11-4

If you work around lasers you know just how imperative eye safety can be. One of the most important necessities is your go-to laser safety accessory, and it certainly isn’t about style. Laser safety glasses are made for use in many fields, including: medical, military, and industrial laser application, but do not really differentiate themselves from one to the…

Welding Lenses: Gold vs. Green

welding_lens_-_large_4.5_x_5.25_green_

A welder’s most important instrument is inarguably the eyes, so choosing the right welding lens should be a safety priority. Welding goggles, helmets, and masks all rely on a well-constructed, glass safety lens to protect the face and eyes. Along with optimum protection the safety lens should also be able to provide a clear view of the task at hand. Because the welding lens is…