MCR Safety's Hazard Assessment - 360° Protection Program
MCR Safety has over forty years of experience as a leader in the field of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
We have dedicated safety professionals committed to engaging at industrial workplaces to demonstrate our products, provide training, and extend our 360° Protection Program.
Also, now with a completely VIRTUAL option! Our dedicated safety professionals committed to using our 5 step hazard assessment program in a virutal manner to reduce injuries, provide greater protection, and improve overall productivity.
ForceFlex® FF1 technology incorporates a patented, multi-injection molding of the lens with a flexible Thermo Plastic Urethane (TPU) frame. Due to this construction, it can achieve a military ballistic level impact resistance at over 1000 feet per second. The TPU material allows the frame to flex and fit individual faces from large to small. All ForceFlex® FF1 safety glasses meet military MIL-PRF-31013 clause 126.96.36.199 for high velocity impact protection and exceed ANSI Z87+. This achievement benefits consumers by providing unparalleled levels of protection. The dual material temples combine Thermo Plastic Rubber (TPR) for comfort and polycarbonate for durability. MCR Safety's Forceflex® FF1 eyewear is engineered to provide the highest level of innovation for consumers that demand the very best in safety.
Patented mult-injection molding of the lens and frame
Allows the frame to flex and fit faces from large to small
Exclusive Duramass® scratch resistant coating
Rugged polycarbonate lens filters 99.9% of harmful U.V. rays
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.
MIL - PRF - 31013
Military ballistic impact standard which passes a 0.15 caliber, 5.8 grain, projectile at a velocity of 640 to 660
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