Globus has designed a new range of high-performance safety glasses and goggles, designed to offer optimum protection in food and drink manufacturing environments.
Key developments incorporated into the innovative Riley range include the TempFlex system – flexible, thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) side arms and temple tips, which contribute to comfort around the wearer’s ears while still gripping securely.
Further design features include an inclinable temple mechanism, adjustable nose bridge and length adjustable temples, Globus said, enabling the wearer to create a tailored and comfortable fit for their individual face shape.
Robust polycarbonate lenses provide high-performance protection from impacts, delivering perfect optical quality, while three specialist coating technologies have also been developed: Riley Tecton, which delivers high-grade anti-scratch and anti-fog treatment; Tecton 400 coating, which offers high-level UV protection; and finally the Arida coating, which provides moisture repellence for outdoor workers.
Every model in the range comes with a variety of lens tint options, allowing safe working in a wide array of environments and conditions, Globus said.
Globus chief executive Haraldur Agustsson said: “Globus has built a reputation as a world leader in hand protection by setting the standard for safety, productivity and ‘wearability’. Talking to our customers, it was clear that when it came to eye protection, the market was very traditional, slow to react and all too often delivering products that were unnecessarily overcomplicated.
“We saw an opportunity to take a completely fresh look at eye protection and created Riley, which strips out the traditional problems and delivers exactly what the market needs: high-performance protective eyewear engineered with innovation, ingenuity and high-level comfort. Each model is crafted to exceptional standards with a distinctive, modern style.”
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