Bolle Safety – UNIVIS 10 Safety Glasses – Transparent
What is EN166?
The EN166 standard applies to all types of personal eye protection used to protect against various hazards that may be encountered in industry, laboratories, school buildings, DIY, etc., where eye damage or visual impairment can occur, except for radiation of nuclear origin, X-rays, laser emissions and infrared (IR) radiation emitted by low temperature sources. The specifications of this standard do not apply to eye protection where separate and complete standards exist, such as laser eye protection, sunglasses for general use, etc., provided that these standards refer to this standard. Eye protectors fitted with corrective lenses are not excluded from the scope of application.
The above product is a product of the highest quality and has undergone strength tests appropriate for its resistance class. The manufacturer guarantees resistance to the impact of solid bodies in terms of the resistance class or obtained certificates. Nevertheless, in the event of an insufficient fit of the goods, the use of this protection does not preclude personal injury, for example by a ball falling under the protective glass as a result of a ricochet. Therefore, before use, it is recommended to adjust the eye protection to the individual needs of the user. The protective properties of the product may also change as a result of improper use and maintenance of the above product, e.g. by cleaning the glass with inappropriate preparations.