The Dominator™ DM3 Series is one of the most versatile and adjustable safety glasses in our line! This series features wire core temples which allow the user to bend or adjust each temple to fit and feel just the way you want it to. Independently adjustable wire core nose pads can be shaped to fit you personally! Other options available include those with our MAX3® scratch resistant coating which provides three times greater scratch resistance, our MAX6® anti-fog coating which is proven to provide six times greater fog-resistance and dissipation, or our MAX36™ coating which provides both MAX3® and MAX6® protection on the same lenses. Available in a variety of frame and temple colors, you are sure to find a style that fits you perfectly. These high quality safety glasses have a lifetime frame warranty and are engineered to provide the highest level of innovation. Choose the best safety glasses, choose MCR Safety!
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If you are looking for a face mask that won't fog your glasses, change your line of thinking. How about safety glasses that won't fog while wearing a face mask? MCR Safety's MAX6® Superior Anti-Fog coating will keep your vision clear!
|Lens Color||Lens Coating||Part No.|
|Clear||MAX3 Hard Coat||DM1310P|
|Gray||MAX36 Dual Coating||DM3H20GZDC|
|Gray||MAX36 Dual Coating||DM3H25GZDC|
|Gray||MAX36 Dual Coating||DM3H15GZDC|
|Gray||MAX3 Hard Coat||DM1312P|
|Light Blue||MAX6 Anti-Fog||DM1323PF|
|Black Mirror||MAX36 Dual Coating||DM1337BZDC|
|Black Mirror||MAX36 Dual Coating||DM1337BDC|
|Black Mirror||Duramass Hard Coat||DM1337B|
|Blue Diamond Mirror||MAX36 Dual Coating||DM1328BDC|
|Blue Diamond Mirror||DM1328BZ|
|Blue Diamond Mirror||Duramass Hard Coat||DM1328B|
|Blue Diamond Mirror||Duramass Hard Coat||DM1348B|
|Fire Mirror||Duramass Hard Coat||DM131R|
|Fire Mirror||MAX36 Dual Coating||DM131RDC|
|I/O Clear Mirror||Duramass Hard Coat||DM1329|
|I/O Clear Mirror||Duramass Hard Coat||DM1319|
High velocity impact safety glass test method is performed by shooting a 1/4" steel ball at a speed of 150 feet per second aimed at the center of the lens. The result is a Pass or Fail which determines that a lens must not chip, break, or crack and it must maintain its original position in the frame.
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