KwikSafety EAGLE EYES Welding Goggles ANSI Anti Fog Flip-Up #5 Lens + #10 Lens
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- SPECIFICATION: Protection of the eyes is crucial. Exposure to ultraviolet radiation causes chemical changes to the cornea, the white of the eye, in the eye lens and on the retina. Our professional grade EAGLE EYES protects you with a Shade #5 lens (dimensions of 2" x 4.25"). The frame is made from very durable PVC material, and has a flip-up front for an easy non-shade view. Our EAGLE EYES also come with an extra Shade #10 lens, which is perfect for a wide range of welding activities.
- MULTIFUNCTIONAL: A Shade #10 lens can be used in many types of welding such as Plasma Jet, MIG, TIG, ARC, AIR, and Coated electrodes . Other uses include: Soldering, Brazing, welding with Oxy-acetylene gas, Flame Cutting, Oxy-fuel cutting, Blacksmithing, Blowtorching, Sandblasting, Woodworking, Sawing, Landscaping, and even as part of a costume. The lenses are clear and easy to see through, providing you with a good view of any project.
- PREMIUM COMFORT: Our EAGLE EYES Welding Goggles were crafted with users in mind. They have a snug-fit lip to maximize comfort during any Welding and Cutting Working Methods, a well-sized frame that allows users to wear medium-sized eye glasses with ease, and a heavy duty elastic band that can be adjusted according to each individual's needs. The lens/filter can be changed with the simple push of a lever located on the flip-up side of the frame.
- WHAT THE FOG? Having your welding goggles fogging up can be frustrating and hinder productivity. With indirect vents, the possibility of fogging up is slim to none. These pressure equalizers are located on the top and bottom of the goggles to provide maximum air flow. The built-in ventilation will make you more comfortable and your job easier.
- SAFETY, CERTIFIED: We offer quality products that provide a high standard of safety to our valued customers. In order to meet this requirement, our EAGLE EYES Welding Goggles have been tested to meet ANSI Z87.1 (Personal Eye and Face Protection Devices) standards. In addition to this, they are CE EN175 F (equipment for eye and face protection during welding and allied processes) certified to meet European standards.