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Elvex Bi-Focal Safety Glasses for Reading – RX 401

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The New RX-401 Bifocal Ballistic Rated and New Improved Temple Tips for a Better Fit, Comfort and Performance! Weighing only 0.9 oz.

The RX-401 has a cool design and exceptional protection. The wraparound lens offers a close and comfortable fit. An integrated rubber nose bridge and soft rubber tipped temples make this frame style as easy to wear as it is easy on the budget. RX-400 is our lowest cost bifocal safety glass.

      • Available in clear, amber and grey lenses, with diopters from 1.0 to 3.0


        1. • Stylish and lightweight frame, with straight rubber tipped temples
        1. • A soft rubber nose bridge makes long term use comfortable
        1. • Great field of vision, molded one-piece unitary lens design.
        1. • Ballistic V˳ rated* for superior impact protection. (4x Z87+ impact velocity)
        1. • Tested to US Military Standard MIL-PRF-31013 Impact Test.
        1. • Complies with ANSI Z87.1-2010(+)#

Most safety glass lenses are today made from Polycarbonate, and this is a very tough material. The impact resistance of a Polycarbonate lens is approximately ten times higher that of a safety glass lens made from hardened glass. Both these lens types (has the potential to) meet the requirements of the Eye and Face Protection Standard, ANSI Z87.

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How common are eye injuries?

Every day an estimated 1,000 eye injuries occur in American workplaces. The financial cost of these injuries is enormous–more than $300 million per year in lost production time, medical expenses, and workers compensation. No dollar figure can adequately reflect the personal toll these accidents take on the injured workers.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the 25 states and territories operating their own job safety and health programs are determined to help reduce eye injuries. In concert with efforts by concerned voluntary groups, OSHA has begun a nationwide information campaign to improve workplace eye protection.

Take a moment to think about possible eye hazards at your workplace. A 1980 survey by the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) of about 1,000 minor eye injuries reveals how and why many on-the-job accidents occur.


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