Browguard with Mesh Visor

£7.99 £9.59 Inc VAT

The protection of workers is essential at all times, but especially when working in hazardous spaces where falling objects or hard and sharpe edges pose a threat.

Product Quantity Price per Unit
10 - 23 £6.99
24+ £5.99

Description

Browguard with Mesh Visor

Mesh visor with PP browguard, suitable for protection against large high-speed particles. The ratchet adjustment system is designed for easy use. Replacement visor available (PW94).

Browguard with Mesh Visor Key Features

  • CE certified – EN 166 (f)
  • Wheel ratchet size adjustment for easy fitting
  • Soft foam sweat band included
  • Can be adapted to be used over prescription glasses
  • Replacement visor available
  • The holder upwards movement enables stand-off visor position for intermittent use

This PPE comply with the requirements of Regulation (EU2016/425) and with the general requirements of standard EN166:2001.

Eye Protection

PORTWEST eye protection range includes spectacles, safety goggles and visors, designed to protect the eyes and face of the workers from injuries which may occur during working activities.

TECHNICAL SPECTACLES: High performance and cutting edge styles.

SPORT SPECTACLES: Light weight and modern design.

CLASSIC SPECTACLES: Essential PPE safety eyewear styles, such as the Endurance plus visor helmet.

Portwest’s rapidly expanding head protection product range aims to benefit our customers by combining the most updated styles and standards in head protection, irrespective of job or location. For example, building sites with labour workforce, or site inspectors we have all the colours to help identity people easily. A wide selection of compatible accessories is also available inlcuing ear protection.

 


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EN 166 Standard explained

EN166 is the core technical standard that applies to all safety eyewear including spectacles, goggles and visors. It does not apply to eye protection for which separate standards exist (anti-laser eye protection, sunglasses for general use).

1: OPTICAL REQUIREMENTS

EN166 EYE PROTECTION

1: OPTICAL REQUIREMENTS Tests include, transmission and diffusion of light, refractive properties, resistance to ageing (stability to heat and resistance to UV), corrosion and ignition. Results of the testing define the Optical Class of the eye protector: which falls into 1 of 3 categories, where 1 is the highest and 3 is the lowest as indicated in the table. These categories define the quality of the lens in terms of how much or how little distortion is experienced by the wearer.

OPTICAL PROTECTION 2

2: MECHANICAL PROTECTION/IMPACT RESISTANCE

2: MECHANICAL PROTECTION/IMPACT RESISTANCE

2: MECHANICAL PROTECTION/IMPACT RESISTANCE This test (applicable to both lens and frame) determines the impact resistance of the eye-protector (spectacles, goggles or visors) to withstand flying objects without cracking or shattering. The test is performed with steel balls of different diameters and weights which are used to strike the lens and frame at different speeds as indicated in the table. This results in 4 levels of mechanical protection denoted by the markings; ‘S’ ‘F’, ‘B’ or ‘A’ on the eye protector where ‘S’ is the lowest grade, offering the least amount of protection and ‘A’ is the highest grade offering maximum protection under the standard.

EYE protection table for mechical impact protection levels

Note explaining the markings for eye protectors

OPTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Optional Eye Protection Tests

 

EN 166 also describes other optional tests which must be applied should the manufacturer wish to make additional claims regarding protection. For example the Impact Resistance Against High Speed Spectacles At Extreme Temperature is conducted on spectacles/goggles and visors conditioned at extreme temperatures from -5°C /+55°C, resulting in similar markings as the above table, with a T denoting temperature: FT/ BT / AT. Note: This does not apply to the S marking category.

 

 

OTHER OPTIONAL REQUIREMENTS and corresponding markings for EN166 are described in the table below

 

OTHER OPTIONAL REQUIREMENTS and corresponding markings for EN166 are described in the table below