Visor for Radiant Heat/Elevated Temperatures

These special visors are thick, molded and reflective coated to protect against damage from impact, radiation and heat. The reflective coating reflects at least >60% of InfraRed from the surface of the visor, away from the wearer. Ideal for hot working conditions, such as foundries, steel mills, and blast furnaces.

Part Number
Description
10115845
10115845

10115850
10115850

  • Reflective coating helps reflect IR and dissipate heat.
  • Enhanced reflectance (>60% of IR reflected from the surface of the visor)
  • Maximum UV protection
  • Available in clear and green tint 
  • Designed for use with V-Gard Frames 
  • Visor with green tint (p/n 10115850) helps alleviate eye strain and fatigue by reducing excessive glare. Not for use where an IR Shade visor is required.
  • Extended length and width for greater coverage of face and neck.*
 
*Visor may not close fully when worn with earmuffs.
Markets: General Industry, Mining, Oil & Gas, Utilities
Applications: Confined Space

Approvals subject to change without notice and may differ based on configuration, part number and/or country.
Contact Customer Service or check approval label on product for specific approval information.

Meets requirements for ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010, CSA Z94.3 and AS/NZS 1337.1:2010.
Meets requirements for EN 166 (2-4 MSA 1BT3R) [p/n 10115850 (green tint visor)].
Meets requirements for EN 166 (2C-2.5 MSA 1BT3R) [p/n 10115848 (clear visor)].

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European Union

EN166 marking explanation=
"1" highest optical quality for permanent use

Filter class: 
2 Ultra Violet filter
2C UV filter with enhanced colour recognition

Scale number: 
2-2.5  Light Transmission 29.1%-17.8%  (UV EN170)
2-4 Light Transmission 3.2%-8.5%  (UV EN170)

"1" highest optical quality for permanent use
“B” High speed particles with medium energy impact (120 m/s)
“T” Additional resistance at extreme temperatures (–5 and +55 °C) 
“3” Liquid droplets and splash
“R” Enhanced reflectance (>60% of IR are reflected from the surface of the visor).