Which Safety Glasses Should I Use For Glass Working?

APR 14

Which Safety Glasses Should I Use For Glass Working?

By rxsafety

Lampworking or glassworking has seen an increase in interest over the past few years. With the rise of Instagram and Facebook, glassworkers now have a new medium to display their finished products which are often intricate and beautiful. Glass pieces can often take a lot of work and many man hours are spent in studios […]

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MAR 26

What Are Didymium Safety Glasses?

By rxsafety

Didymium Safety glasses have been known by many names over the years including ACE, rose glass, rose didymium, ACE 202, Purple glass or Phillips 202.  There is no difference between the names as they all refer to the same type of lenses. Didymium glassworking lenses work to protect from Ultraviolet and sodium flare which are […]

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MAR 12

What Are Bifocal Safety Glasses?

By rxsafety

We are often asked what are bifocal safety glasses?  Bifocal safety glasses are used when a person requires safety glasses but also the addition of a reading magnification. Many job roles require the use of safety glasses to carry out their functions but if you also require reading glasses while doing these jobs then our […]

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MAR 12

How Can You Protect Yourself From Laser Hazards?

By rxsafety

We are often asked How Can You Protect Yourself From Laser Hazards? Working with lasers can be very dangerous.  Most people know not to look directly into a laser beam, but there are many other risks associated with using lasers in industries such as military, scientific or industrial.  Perhaps the laser is not within your […]

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MAR 03

Prescription Laser Safety Glasses

By rxsafety

Here at Safety Protection Glasses, we have expanded our prescription laser safety glasses to include further filters in the laser range. Not all of our prescription laser safety glasses can be fitted with the full range of laser filters due to the laser filter materials that is used.  However we have worked to expand this […]

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FEB 11

What Is The Best Shade For welding?

By rxsafety

If you are a new welder you will need to get to grips with how to choose the correct welding shade for the job at hand.  Those who have been in the industry for some time will have an understanding on this but in this article we will look at how they make the decision […]

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FEB 04

What Does EN 166 Mean?

By rxsafety

Safety Protection Glasses carry a range of protective eyewear to cover all industries, but how do you know whether the glasses you are purchasing will actually protect your eyes from dust and debris? In this article we will aim to answer that question by explaining the EN 166 Standard, which you should look for when […]

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JAN 30

What Are Bifocal Safety Glasses?

By rxsafety

Bifocal safety glasses are used when a person requires reading glasses but also the protection of having safety glasses which adequately protect the eye. If you have a job where you are required to carry out work which needs the use of safety glasses, but you also have to read while doing it, then our […]

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JAN 30

What Are Yellow Tinted Bifocal Safety Glasses Used For?

By rxsafety

Yellow or amber tinted lenses are often used in low light conditions and can help to enhance depth and contrast, so therefore are great on foggy or overcast days that often make up our UK weather. Yellow tinted lenses block blue light, which has a shorter wavelength and can cause issues with focus.  The blue […]

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JAN 29

How Do I Choose Laser Safety Glasses?

By rxsafety

If you already work in the laser industry you will be aware of the importance of protecting your eyes while you are in the workplace.  However, many people do not know how to choose laser safety glasses that sufficiently protect their eyes against damage. This article will tell you how to choose laser eyewear for […]

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JAN 14

How to Protect Your Eyes From the Sun

By rxsafety

For those of us living in the rainy UK, a warm sunny day often means taking a day off work to enjoy sunshine which never seems to stick around for long.  However, with so many of us out enjoying the good weather, not many think of the dangers that come with this exposure to the […]

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JAN 14

Laser Safety Glasses and The Importance to Military and Police

By rxsafety

The use of Laser Safety Glasses has been on the rise in recent years with a project annual growth of 4.9% per annum until 2025.  Much of this projected growth is in the US market where the US Government has been driving production with $233.56 million dollars in Laser Safety Glasses. This dramatic increase in […]

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JAN 13

7 Steps to Find the Right Radiation Safety Glasses

By rxsafety

Those who work in a radiation exposed workplace will be all too aware of the dangers faced by working with radiation and not following the radiation safety guidelines correctly. If your body is not protected against radiation, the impacts on your long term health could be severe and leave you with a variety of disabilities […]

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JUN 09

Why wear laser safety glasses?

By cosmick

Lasers are in frequent use in many industries across the world and it is important that those using lasers having the correct laser safety glasses.  When using lasers you must considered several precautions before beginning. Always wear your laser safety glasses Given the level of damage that you could do to your eyes, you should […]

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MAY 27

Honeywell Laser Safety Glasses Cross Reference Chart

By cosmick

From April 4th 2019 Honeywell/Uvex/Glendale has discontinued their Laser Safety Glasses. For those you are currently using this laser glasses eye range, the chart below is intended to be a quick reference guide to help you find the correct replacement glasses to protect your eyes when the time comes to replace your current pair. The […]

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MAY 02

The Risk of Not Wearing Laser Safety Glasses Correctly

By cosmick

Safety Glasses and safety goggles are integral equipment in reducing eye injuries in the workplace.  The need to protect against eye injuries with safety glasses and safety google is set out under the Health and Safety Act 1974. If you are working with lasers, your workplace should provide you with appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) […]

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