Who manufactures Titmus safety frames?
Most Titmus wraparound safety eyeglasses styles are now produced by Honeywell under the UVEX name.
How do I know if my safety glasses are OSHA approved?
All OSHA-approved safety glasses must have markings specified by the American National Standards Institute’s ANSI Z87. 1-2010 standard on both the lenses and the frame of the eyewear piece. If the lenses are Impact Rated, they also should have the manufacturer’s mark, followed by a “+” sign.
What is the correct rating for safety glasses?
The Z87+ markings on safety glasses and goggles indicate eyewear is compliant with ANSI Z87. 1 high impact and ANSI/ISEA Z87. 1 industrial safety standards for eye protection. Safety eyewear meeting these criteria are used in a variety of industrial and personal applications.
Do safety glasses have to be stamped Z87?
Yes, all safety glasses have to have the mark of Z87. let’s see what does it mean. The marking you see on your safety glasses indicates specific safety rating of the eyewear, part of American National Standards Institute – ANSI Z87.
What is the difference between safety glasses and safety goggles?
Safety glasses allow air in and around the eye area while safety goggles fit tight against the face, offering protection against dust and splashes. Face shields provide further protection and can also be worn over spectacles or goggles.
How do they test safety glasses?
The “drop ball” test determines the basic impact safety classification for lenses. In this test, a one-inch diameter steel ball is dropped onto the lens from a height of 50 inches. To pass, the lens must not crack, chip or break. All glass safety lenses must undergo this test.
What plastic is used for safety glasses?
The most popular lens material for safety eyewear is polycarbonate. This material has less than half the weight of glass, so the eyewear is more comfortable. Polycarbonate lenses are also more impact-resistant than glass lenses. Keep in mind that polycarbonate is a much softer lens material than glass.
What are the features of Titmus safety glasses?
The Titmus SW07 features an injected molded nylon frame that is completely free of metal. A dust dam closed cell foam insert helps collect dust and reduces the wearer’s exposure to airborne particles. The included retainer strap can be adjusted to ensure a closer fit and a rubberized temple bar helps secure these Titmus safety glasses to the face.
What kind of eyewear is Titmus swrx made of?
These SW 06 eyeglasses from the SWRx Collection by Titmus offer full protection with a sporty look. Now part of Honeywell, Titmus Eyewear is designed to wear in a wide range of work scenarios, including hot or dusty environments. The full-rim frame is made of safety plastic—TR90 nylon—with no metal material.
Is the Titmus vision screener the same as dress wear?
Titmus prescription safety frames are engineered specifically for industrial safety applications. We do not simply copy dress wear – our products are designed for fashion, but engineered to perform to ANSI specifications. And our vision screeners follow the same standards for quality.
What kind of eyeglasses does Titmus Uvex use?
All Titmus (UVEX) frames will have the safety marking on the lenses per ANSI requirements. These SW 06 eyeglasses from the SWRx Collection by Titmus offer full protection with a sporty look. Now part of Honeywell, Titmus Eyewear is designed to wear in a wide range of work scenarios, including hot or dusty environments.