Reusable protective visor k1 plus
chemical protection

reusable protective visor
reusable protective visor
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Product information • DIN EN 166 1 3 - S • full protection of the complete face area and unlimited view • robust plastic design • maximum comfort due to low weight (approx. 150 g) • visor is made of approx. 1,00 mm high-quality polycarbonate • visor with special comfort bends • shatterproof and scratch-proof • upward-folding and unbuttoning • resistant to acids and bases • also for fastening to helmet Product designation: Face Shield k1 plus Applied standard: DIN EN 166 (DIN = German Institute for Standardization) Utilization: The face shield is applicable for the protection against liquids (liquid drops and splashes of drops for example acid and bases). It can be carried in connection with half masks or filtering half masks. The scope of protection is determines by the product information, technical standards and valid application rules. Description: The face shield encloses the visual field and can be worn with or without protective helmet. Materials: Holding device of shield Plastic (ABS) Snap fastener Metal Head strap Polyethylene Foam Polyurethane Head harness Textile elastic band Washer Plastic (SBR) Screws / Knurled nut Polyamide Lens Polycarbonate (PC) Colour of frame: white Lens thickness: 1,0 mm Lenses colour: clear Weight: approx. 145 g Marking: Trade mark of manufacturer (LOGO) Product designation Applied standard CE-Identification Optical class Operating range Abbreviation for mechanical firmness Marking explanation: 1 Optical class (particularly high requirement of the visual efficiency) 3 Operating range – liquids (liquid drops and splashes of drops) S Mechanical strength (improved mechanical strength)


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