Safety Goggles

These Goggles or safety glasses are forms of protective eyewear that usually enclose or protect the area surrounding the eye in order to prevent particulates, chemicals or water from striking the eyes. They are used in woodworking and chemistry laboratories. They are often used in snow sports as well and in swimming.

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About Safety Goggles


Safety goggles protect the eyes, eye sockets, and the facial area immediately surrounding our eyes from a variety of chemical hazards. These form a protective seal around the eyes, preventing objects or liquids from entering under the goggles. This is especially important when working with or around liquids that may splash, spray, mist.


These may incorporate prescription lenses mounted behind protective lenses for individuals requiring vision correction. Take time to consider frame,  specific lens and ventilation options when selecting safety goggles.




Clear Removable Lenses



These lenses are designed and tested to resist moderate impact.


 Clear lenses:


-  Are available with removable lenses.


-  These may incorporate prescription lenses.


-  Do not provide special protection against optical radiation.




These frames must be properly fitted to the worker's face to form a protective seal around the eyes. Poorly fitted goggles will not offer necessary protection.


Eyecup Safety Goggles:


-  Cover the eye sockets completely.


-  Are available with direct and indirect ventilation.


-  May be rigid or flexible.


 Cover Safety Goggles:


- May be worn without disturbing the adjustment of the spectacles over corrective spectacles.


-  Are available in direct, indirect, or non-ventilated types.


-  Are rigid or flexible.





-  Ventilated goggles allow air circulation while providing protection against airborne particles, liquids, light, dust.




Direct Ventilation:


- Resist direct passage of large particles into the goggle.


- Prevent fogging by allowing the air circulation.


 Indirect Ventilation:


- They Prevent fogging by allowing air circulation.


- Protect against liquid and chemical splash entry.




 Non-ventilated Goggles:


- Do not allow the passage of air into the goggle.


- Prevent splash entry.


- May fog and require frequent lens cleaning.









·         Construction sites areas where large dust particles and sand are blowing at high speed.


·         Metal - processing shops.


·         Amber lens


·         Laboratory 



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