How Do I Choose Laser Safety Glasses?

NOV 13

How Do I Choose Laser Safety Glasses?

By cosmick

If you are working with and around lasers daily, you will already know and appreciate the importance of protecting your eyes. Whether you are involved in lasers in an industrial, military or even medical setting, there is no denying, one of the most important safety accessories that you need to invest wisely in, therefore, is […]

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OCT 25

Laser Safety Glasses AKG-5 Ultra Clear Lenses for Holmium, Yag, & Co2 Lasers

By cosmick

KG-5 is our top-selling laser safety filter, and for good reason. KG-5 Means Clear, High-Protection Laser Safety Glasses If you’re looking for laser safety glasses for Holmium, YAG, or a CO2 laser, KG-5 Laser Safety Glasses are probably right for you. KG-5 laser safety glasses protect from 900-1000nm, 1000-2400nm, and 2900-10600nm, all at optical densities […]

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OCT 25

Our New White Fitover Leaded Glasses

By cosmick

Our newest color of fitover lead glasses is in: the RG-33 in white. Fitover Leaded Glasses Now in White! The RG-33 Fitover Leaded Glasses have been some of our most popular lead glasses frames for years, and for some time now we’ve had requests for a white color to fit the atmosphere of many fluoroscopy […]

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OCT 25

Safety Reading Glasses are in Stock!

By cosmick

There’s no need to pay high prices for reading glasses in safety when you can get them here for reasonable price. Safety Reading Glasses are in Stock! Safety Reading Glasses are standard, stock power reading glasses just like you’d find in the drug store… but they’re ANSI Z87-approved safety glasses. This means you can use […]

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OCT 25

New Prescription Laser Safety Glasses

By cosmick

Our prescription laser safety glasses line has expanded to include more laser filters. New Prescription Laser Safety Glasses Our prescription laser safety glasses cannot be made in every laser filter we carry because of the nature of some of our laser filter materials. Recently, however, we have expanded our prescription line to include several more […]

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OCT 25

Phillips Safety New 8-Peg Wall-Mounted Leaded Apron Racks

By cosmick

Phillips Safety’s new leaded apron racks are manufactured in-house for the highest quality American fabrication and design. New 8-Peg Wall-Mounted Leaded Apron Racks Phillips Safety’s leaded apron racks are fabricated at our in-house machine shop located at 123 Lincoln Blvd, Middlesex, New Jersey. Constructed of a durable and lightweight powder-coated aluminum, they’re built to last […]

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OCT 25

532nm Argon Laser Safety Glasses

By cosmick

Worried that a powerful green laser pointer or effects laser might damage your eyesight? Argon laser safety glasses can help. 532nm Argon Laser Safety Glasses – Laser Pointer Protection Laser safety glasses for 532nm Argon lasers are typically used with high-powered Argon lasers used in research labs, but they are just as effective and useful […]

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OCT 25

Phillips Safety New Yellow Tinted Bifocal Safety Glasses

By cosmick

Looking to increase visual acuity and enable easy reading on the job without switching glasses? New Bifocal Safety Glasses with Yellow-Tinted Lenses Phillips Safety released its new line of yellow tinted bifocal safety glasses today, a set of wraparound safety eyewear that offers full ANSI Z87 protection, increases in visual acuity, and the ability to […]

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OCT 25

Geek Hot Glassworking Glasses Are Here!

By cosmick

Looking for a stylish pair of glassworking glasses to complement the art you create? Our New Geek Glassworking Glasses Are Here Hot glass working glasses don’t have to be bulky and obtrusive; geek glassworking glasses are contemporary, stylish, comfortable, and safe! Geek glasses and nerd glasses are a reincarnation of classic vintage styles using new, […]

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OCT 25

Phillips Safety’s Clip-On Dental Loupes

By cosmick

Looking for convenience in magnification that goes right onto your existing eyewear? Clip-On Dental Loupes from Phillips Safety Our clip-on dental loupes are lightweight, easy to use, and built to withstand the rigors of daily use. Clip-on dental loupes are used in combination with prescription eyewear or safety glasses that you are currently using for […]

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OCT 25

Nike Leaded Glasses New at Phillips Safety

By cosmick

This entry was posted on September 26, 2013, by Phillips Safety. Looking for stylish and comfortable radiation safety glasses? New at Phillips Safety: Nike Leaded Glasses Here at Phillips Safety, we pride ourselves on our ability to offer safety eyewear that sets the bar not only for excellence in safety, but also for comfort, style, and attraction. […]

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MAY 07

Honeywell/Uvex Glendale GTP Laser Safety Glasses Cross Reference Chart

By cosmick

As everyone Is aware As of April 4th 2019 Honeywell/Uvex/Glendale has discontinued their Laser Safety Eyewear.  The chart below is intended to be a quick reference guide to help you find the correct replacement glasses to protect your eyes. The chart below has the Honeywell filters number and the Corresponding Phillips Safety Filter code with […]

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SEP 28

5 News Stories Showing Why Police Need Laser Safety Glasses

By cosmick

Since the mid-2000s, handheld laser pointers have become readily available to the public. Although there are no federal laws against owning lasers of any power in the U.S., there are restrictions on manufacturing and selling laser pointers for “amusement or pointing” purposes that are over 5 mW in the U.S. and 1 mW in the UK. Yet, […]

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AUG 24

Don’t Take The Risk: Wear The Proper Laser Safety Glasses

By cosmick

Safety glasses and safety goggles are vital pieces in any workplace environment that include any risks of potential eye injuries. Wearing the proper eye protection is essential in these work environments because of the ability to protect the eyes against injuries and to meet the requirements that have been set by OSHA. When work practices […]

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AUG 17

How the Military and Police Use Laser Safety Glasses

By cosmick

The laser protection eyewear market has a projected compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.9% from 2018-2025, according to the 2017 Global Laser Safety Glasses Industry Research Report. Much of this growth and the industry’s production revenue of $233.56 million in 2015 has been a result of the U.S. government’s need for laser safety glasses. […]

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AUG 10

Why Are Radiation Safety Glasses Needed In Fluoroscope?

By cosmick

If you are a radiologist, you are aware of how vital your vision is to your work. Over the course of the last decade, the risks and damages of ionizing radiation have been brought to the forefront. Any medical procedure that involves radiation,including X-rays, will involve a variety of hazards to the technician who is […]

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AUG 06

7 Steps to Find the Right Radiation Safety Glasses

By cosmick

Radiation safety is not a joke. It’s not just a theoretical concern, either. If you don’t make sure that your body is adequately protected against potential harm, the consequences for your long-term health and well-being could be significant. Anyone working with radiation on a daily basis already knows that is the case. Your employer organization […]

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JUL 27

Solar Eclipse Safety: What Shade Should Your Welding Mask Be?

By cosmick

A total solar eclipse isn’t a once in a lifetime event, but it’s pretty uncommon. It’s even rarer for a total solar eclipse to be lined up perfectly with your part of the world. But if you have a front row seat for a future eclipse, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll want to watch […]

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JUL 20

Laser Safety Glasses: Why Laser Accidents Happen

By cosmick

Laser safety protocol and technology have improved considerably since the operation of the first working laser in 1960. Despite this, serious eye injury from laser accidents continues to this day. One explanation for this is the expanded use of lasers in research, education, industry, health care, medicine, and among consumers. That is, more laser accidents […]

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JUL 12

Can I Use Welding Glasses to Look at the Sun?

By cosmick

People usually avoid looking directly at the sun. Beyond the fact that it’s painful, it can cause severe vision impairment and partial blindness. However, there are many good reasons for viewing the sun — such as during a solar eclipse. Although it occurs about twice a year on the earth, an eclipse is a rare […]

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