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Prot Goggles, Scrtch Rstnt, Clr
- Item # 4UCH4
- Mfr. Model # S0620
- UNSPSC # 46181804
- Catalog Page # 2246
- Catalog Group # H1981
- Shipping Weight 0.15 lbs.
- ItemProtective Goggles
- Lens ColorClear
- Lens CoatingScratch-Resistant
- Frame ColorBlue
- Lens MaterialPolycarbonate
- Strap MaterialElastic
- Frame MaterialPolycarbonate
- UV Protection99.9%
- Includes(1) Black Elastic Strap, (2) Blue Polycarbonate Legs
- StandardsANSI Z87.1-2003, CSA Z94.3-2007
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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Abrasion, Airborne Particulates, Biohazards and Impact. The reason this should not be considered for chemical splash hazard is directly due to the foam cushion-lined sub frame. Chemicals can impact this material and be absorbed and cause chemical burn to the skin.
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