Maxx-imum protection with DuraMaxx safety goggles


Sperian takes welding protection to the max with the launch of the DuraMaxx goggle.

The goggles feature shade five green welding lenses offering wearers outstanding protection against welder’s flash and other eyesight hazards associated with welding. With eye trauma the leading cause of blindness worldwide, eye injuries associated with welding in the workplace and at home are preventable provided that workers are wearing appropriate eye wear protection.

DuraMaxx goggles use a breakthrough Dura-streme coating technology, combining the benefits of industrial anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings onto a single lens.

The interior of the lens is kept clear from fogging, while the exterior is protected from scruffs and scratches, extending the life of the lens by up to three times. An indirect ventilation system channels and directs airflow to further minimise fogging and improve vision.

OTG capable, DuraMaxx goggles are able to fit virtually over most prescription spectacles and half mask respirators, and are engineered with a lightweight and flexible elastomer body that provides a comfortable contoured fit for different facial profiles.

The DuraMaxx features a pivoting headband for quick and easy fitting, and is adjustable to fit both male and female wearers.

DuraMaxx goggles also feature an adjustable neoprene strap, which provides additional resistance to hot solids when welding.

Built tough to provide outstanding splash and impact protection, DuraMaxx goggles have easily replaceable lenses that can be removed without replacing the frame for added convenience.

The DuraMaxx is ideal for a number of welding applications including oxywelding, cutting and gas welding. It is certified to AS/NZ 1337:1992 Medium Impact.

Sperian Protection
Ph: 1300 139 166

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