New White Paper Details Optical Quality Requirements and V-Gard® Visors
Head, Eye, Face and Hearing
MSA has just issued a white paper that covers visor optical quality requirements, how MSA meets (and exceeds) them, and how MSA visors compare to competitors on these measures.
Subtopics include effects of poor optical quality and test results. Also covered are additional considerations for reducing eye strain, including refractive power and astigmatism, anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings, ultraviolet (UV) protection, and V-Gard Visor geometries and assembled "fitness".
All MSA V-Gard Visors, regardless of size, are engineered to eliminate distortion and improve impact resistance. V-Gard molded Visors are manufactured with hand-polished molds for superior optical quality. They are among the finest available in the market today, exceeding the optical requirements for many global standrads, including ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010, CSA Z94.3 and EN 166.
Optical Quality Requirements and V-Gard Visors White Paper
For additional information, please visit www.MSAsafety.com/VGardSystem