Radians continues to add protective eyewear with progressive styling
Radians® recently launched three new styles of safety glasses in their Radians branded line of protective eyewear with progressive styling for the industrial markets.
The new styles include the T70, T71, and T72. All three styles exceed ANSI Z87.1+ standards, protect against 99.9% of harmful UV rays and include a hard coat polycarbonate lens to protect against scratches. All three styles have progressive styles and cool lens choices, including ice, copper, and yellow mirror.
The T70 is a substantial safety glass with a wide, full wraparound frame. Designed for workers with wider heads and fuller faces, the T70 provides the fit and protection that smaller glasses can’t provide. Available in a cool-looking metal gray frame, the T70 comes with a neck cord so safety glasses are within easy reach.
The T71 meets VO Ballistic Standards MIL-PRF-3103 for law enforcement, first responders, and workers who need additional protection because of their dangerous work environments. Additional comfort is provided by the dual mold rubber temples and adjustable rubber nosepiece.
The T72 has a progressive, bayonet-styled lens and non-slip temples and a soft rubber nosepiece for a secure, comfortable fit. The T72 is available in clear, smoke, amber, and copper lenses. Copper lenses block blue light and are ideal for workers who work outdoors in medium to bright conditions where sunlight and glare cause eye strain and fatigue.
Radians® is a Memphis, TN-based manufacturer of quality safety eyewear, RadWear™ high visibility apparel, rainwear, hearing protection, performance gloves, head gear, cooling products, heated jackets, and lens cleaning systems. Radians has partnered with highly respected companies, including DEWALT® and Black+Decker™, to provide high performance personal protection products. Their brands include Crossfire® by Radians, Arctic™ RadWear, Nordic Blaze, and VisionAid. An ISO 9001:2008 certified leader in the PPE industry, the company has additional facilities in Reno, NV, Thomasville, NC, Wareham, MA, and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.Radians.com.