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Visor for Radiant Heat/Elevated Temperatures

These special visors are thick, molded and reflective coated to protect against damage from impact, radiation and heat. The reflective coating reflects at least >60% of InfraRed from the surface of the visor, away from the wearer. Ideal for hot working conditions, such as foundries, steel mills, and blast furnaces.

  • Reflective coating helps reflect IR and dissipate heat.
  • Enhanced reflectance (>60% of IR reflected from the surface of the visor)
  • Maximum UV protection
  • Available in clear and green tint 
  • Designed for use with V-Gard Frames 
  • Visor with green tint (p/n 10115850) helps alleviate eye strain and fatigue by reducing excessive glare. Not for use where an IR Shade visor is required.
  • Extended length and width for greater coverage of face and neck.*
 
*Visor may not close fully when worn with earmuffs.


Markets: Industrial, Mining, Oil & Gas, Utilities
Applications: Confined Space, Food Processes, Painting, Sanding & Grinding
Standard
10115848
10115848

V-Gard Visor, PC, Clear w/ Reflective Coating, Molded, 9.5”x17.75”x .07”

10115850
10115850

V-Gard Visor, PC, Green Tint w/ Reflective Coating, Molded, 9.5”x17.75”x .07”

Meets requirements for ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010, CSA Z94.3 and AS/NZS 1337.1:2010.
Meets requirements for EN 166 (2-4 MSA 1BT3R) [p/n 10115850 (green tint visor)].
Meets requirements for EN 166 (2C-2.5 MSA 1BT3R) [p/n 10115848 (clear visor)].

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EN166 marking explanation=
"1" highest optical quality for permanent use

Filter class: 
2 Ultra Violet filter
2C UV filter with enhanced colour recognition

Scale number: 
2-2.5  Light Transmission 29.1%-17.8%  (UV EN170)
2-4 Light Transmission 3.2%-8.5%  (UV EN170)

"1" highest optical quality for permanent use
“B” High speed particles with medium energy impact (120 m/s)
“T” Additional resistance at extreme temperatures (–5 and +55 °C) 
“3” Liquid droplets and splash
“R” Enhanced reflectance (>60% of IR are reflected from the surface of the visor).