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 are committed to using our 5 step hazard assessment program in a virtual manner to reduce injuries, provide greater protection, and improve overall productivity.
Swagger® UD1 Series Safety Glasses
Provides Ultra Defense Ballistic Impact Protection
Fire Mirror Lenses
Gun Metal Frame Color
Co-Injected TPR over Polycarbonate Temples
Slip resistant TPR on temples and nose pads hold glasses in place
The UD1 Safety glasses are designed to provide solution-based eyewear protection. Both our Swagger® UD1 and Swagger® UD2 series glasses provide ULTRA DEFENSE, meaning that each style offers MIL-PRF-31013 military ballistic impact standard level protection. This brand is distinguished with application based, stylish design elements and superior coatings for work and play. The Swagger® UD1 glasses are available with MAX3® scratch resistant coating which provides three times greater scratch resistance, MAX6® anti-fog coating which is proven to provide six times greater fog-resistance and dissipation, MAX36™ which includes MAX3® and MAX6® on the same lens, or Duramass® scratch resistant lens coating. The sleek and stylish modern design features non-slip temple grips, soft TPR nose pads, and crisp bayonet temples. These high quality safety glasses have a lifetime frame warranty and are engineered to provide the highest level of innovation for consumers that demand the very best. Choose the best safety glasses, choose MCR Safety!
Entire series meets Military Ballistic High Velocity standard
Our Duramass® lens coating is a clear hard coat that provides additional scratch resistance to select glasses, goggles, and face shields.
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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