The LS-AKP-282 laser glasses are designed to provide laser protection in a durable wrap around frame. The polycarbonate lenses are lightweight and have exceptional optical clarity for long periods of wear. Glasses are ideal for use in lab and industrial applications.
Lens Type: AKP
Filter Type: Polycarbonate
Wavelength Ranges and corresponding Optical Density information is printed on the frame of the eyewear
Our laser glasses meet or exceed ANSI Z136.1 requirements for use with laser systems
Our laser glasses meet or exceed ANSI Z87.1 standards for protective eyewear (non-impact)
Large viewing area
Comfortable rubber nose pad to keep glasses firmly in place
Ships with case, adjustable strap & microfiber pouch
Overall Dimensions - Eye Size: 65 mm, Bridge Size: 18 mm, Temple Size: 125 mm, Lens Height: 40 mm
These laser glasses will keep your eyes protected at the below wavelength ranges
Visible Light Transmission
About this Brand
The Phillips family's deep roots in the optical business were planted over 115 years ago with producing glasses for Bausch & Lomb in 1905. With the creation of Phillips Safety Products in 2001, the company began to focus its extensive optical experience on occupational safety, specifically protecting the eyes of customers using X-ray and laser equipment for healthcare, education, and military purposes. As the company has grown, its experience safeguarding professionals working with X-rays has led to the creation of innovative radiation protection barriers that provide both radiation protection and patient visibility. Phillips' state-of-the-art computer numeric control (CNC) edging facility enables them to produce the highest quality products, ensuring accurate production of both spherical and aspheric lenses. With a wide range of both designer and affordable classic frames coupled with its capability to incorporate prescriptions in safety glasses, Phillips Safety stands apart for blending the best and most affordable styles with the necessary safety functions to keep your eyes protected.
Eyewear should be stored in clean and sanitary "ready for use" condition in an area away from dust, dirt and other contaminants.
If the eyewear needs to be cleaned, generally, a mild soap solution is fine for eyewear and dry with a dry cloth free of abrasives and all chemicals.
All Phillips Safety products are fully guaranteed against manufacturer defects (material and workmanship) for 6 months from the date of purchase. This does not cover negligent use of the product (including scratched lenses). Phillips-Safety will repair or replace any defective merchandise at no charge. All shipping charges remain payable by the purchaser.
Customers wishing to return this product must contact Customer Service to obtain a valid return authorization number within 14 days of receipt. A restocking fee may be deducted at the discretion of the manufacturer.
Does OD change from company to company for the wavelength? I am looking for laser glasses for a Iridex argon laser, but when I find the right wavelength the OD is different from what is on my existing glasses.
No, the OD does not change from company to company - but it will change by lens type. What are the wavelengths and ODs listed on your current pair? What are the wavelengths and ODs for the laser(s) that is(are) in use?