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Company Bar-Ray Products
Item Astro-Flex with Side Shields
Features 
  • A panoramic goggle constructed of impact resistant propionate
  • The front frame has molded side shielding and is fitted to the brow for increased protection
  • The temple length and frame angle is adjustable for a custom fit
  • Description Both lenses and frames are designed with the safety and comfort of the practitioner in mind. Our lenses are Schott RS-520 (also called SF-6) leaded glass, the industry standard for radiation shielding glass. These lenses meet standards, as set for optical clarity, visible light transmission, power and prism correction. While our eyewear is protecting your eyes, it also helps you look your best. This combination of function and fashion give you optimal protection and good looks. Attractive eyewear should be part of the daily wardrobe of your imaging department staff - if you like the way you look in your eyewear, you're more likely to wear them to protect your eyes from hazardous radiation! No matter how attractive your eyewear, you'll want them to be comfortable for long hours of use. This means that our lightweight frame with special nose bridge and ear pieces, will distribute the weight for greater comfort. All models feature 0.75mm lead equivalent protection in the front lens and 0.30mm in the optional side shields. Our glass side shields are .75mm LE. Lead sheet side shields are .5mm LE, and acrylic side shields are .30mm LE. The ultralight line of leaded eyewear are as much as 50% lighter than other leaded eyewear and result in excellent combination of comfort, function and protection. Advanced design and quality control produce X-ray filtering eyewear that reduces 90% of scatter radiation to the eye from front or side exposure. Featuring the new K.V. - 150 light weight bifocal that is 40% thinner and 40% lighter than standard style leaded bifocals.
    Info Bar-Ray Products
    Customer Service: (888) 422-7729
    Web site: http://www.bar-ray.com

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