Bolle Tracker II Googles Shade 5 – Welding
The Bolle Tracker II Googles Shade 5 have a sleek design with a black frame, a removable adjustable strap and green shade 5 welding lens coated with the latest technology anti-scratch, anti-fog coating lens.
You need gear that is fire and heat resistant and technology you can trust to develop the best equipment to fully protect you when you need it the most.
The Bolle Tracker II Googles Shade 5 are ultra-comfortable and technical. The Tracker II provides protection from all mechanical and chemical risks, making it unique in the safety glasses range.
Shade 5 welding lenses with anti fog and anti scratch Platinum coating.
Bollé Tracker II Googles Shade 5 Features:
* Upper protection
* Removable foam reinforcement with indirect ventilation
* Lower protection
* Removable adjustable strap
* Side ventilation
Protection from UV and infra-red radiation linked to certain welding activities that do not require to wear a welding helmet.
Shade 5 lens with Bollé Platinum coating:
Lens Tint: Welding Shade 5
Platinum coating is a permanent coating on both sides of the lens gives them a high resistance to scratching (1.4 cd / m²), to the most aggressive chemicals and delays the onset of fogging for 2 minutes. In all circumstances and at all times the PLATINUM lens innovation guarantees your eyes improved protection.
The anti-scratch coating acts as a shield that improves the resistance of lenses and reduces the formation of scratches. It lengthens the life of the lens and improves user comfort, preventing any scratches that could impair vision.
Frame: Approved according to EN166 FT CE
EN 166: guaranteed minimum resistance of the protective eyewear against everyday risks including dropping the protective eyewear onto the ground, ageing by light exposure, exposure to heat or corrosion etc.
Approved to AS/NZS 1338 in Shade 3 and Shade 5
Approved to AS/NZS 1337.1.2010 for Medium Impact Protection
Eye protection is a crucial component of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in the workforce. Nearly three out of five injured workers are injured for not wearing eye protection at the time of the accident or were wearing the wrong kind of eye protection for the job.