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PERSONAL PROTECTION FOCUSES ON EYES AND EARS

08-05-2017
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Personal protective equipment specialist uvex will be showing off its latest offerings for the safety and protection of people at work at Safety First in Melbourne. Featured products on Stand 1216 will include the uvex sportstyle line of safety glasses and the uvex K-Series of earmuffs.

uvex sportstyle safety glasses feature a close-fitting low-weight athletic design to give wearers the highest levels of comfort, ultimate fit and an excellent field of vision. Approved to AS/NZS 1337.1 for medium impact protection, sportstyle glasses also offer 100% UV protection.

The glasses come with a choice of the company’s lens coatings, including THS superior anti-fog. The side arms combine hard and soft materials, providing comfort with a soft grip on the inside of the arms and brow and ensuring a close non-slip fit.

The all-new uvex K-Series earmuffs comply with the AS/NZS 1270 Standard, providing Class 5 (26dB) noise reduction. They are easy to wear, with simple length adjustment and a padded headband for optimal comfort.

uvex Safety Australia
1800 815 790
www.uvex-safety.com.au

 

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