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TOP EYE PROTECTION WITH HYPERSHOCK FROM HONEYWELL

11-11-2015
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Honeywell Hypershock safety eyewear is ideal for applications where high-performance medium impact protection is essential and vision can’t be compromised.

Tailored for comfort, Hypershock safety eyewear’s rugged design also recognises the diversity of facial shapes and features in your workforce to deliver a secure fit that’s comfortable throughout the working day.

All Hypershock safety glasses are available in clear and espresso lenses with either Honeywell’s hard coat lens coating – or Honeywell’s Anti Fog lens coating.

Honeywell hard coat is permanently bonded to the lens so that it won’t wear off. The high scratch resistance means that the visual clarity of Hypershock safety eyewear remains high over time, as the glasses themselves resist scratches and other disfigurements that would otherwise impede workers’ view.  

Honeywell Anti Fog lenses feature a combination of hydrophilic and hydrophobic materials, utilising the best properties of both water-releasing and water-repellent coatings to prevent lens fogging.

For outdoor work, Hypershock polarised lenses cut through glare for unparalleled visual clarity. The Hypershock polarised lenses block horizontal light waves that bounce off roads, water, metal, and other flat surfaces, removing glare, improving perception of fine details and reducing eye strain.

Honeywell Hypershock safety glasses aren’t just more comfortable to wear – they’re also more comfortable for your eyesight than standard non-polarised eyewear. Better clarity of vision means less fatigue, which means improved worker productivity.

Hypershock safety glasses are 100% dielectric. This means they are suitable for environments with a possibility of accidental exposure to electrical charge.

Honeywell Hypershock is approved to Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1337.1 by SAI Global, one of the world’s most respected standards certification bodies.

For more information: http://www.honeywellsafety.com/AU/Home.aspx

 

Honeywell Safety Products

Ph: 1300 139 166

www.honeywellsafety.com

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