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Model#: SB10210STMFP

Stock#: PX-SB10210STMFP

 

Pyramex Fyxate H2MAX Anti-Fog Lens Safety Glasses with Foam Pads

PX-SB10210STMFP

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  • Dielectric.
  • Flame resistant foam-padded.
  • Rubber temple tips and nosepiece.

Pyramex Fyxate H2MAX Anti-Fog Lens Safety Glasses with Foam Pads

The Pyramex Fyxate Safety Glasses have an anti-fog lens with foam pads. 

Features:

  • Dielectric.
  • Flame resistant foam-padded.
  • Rubber temple tips and nosepiece.
  • Single wraparound lens.
  • The quick-release strap is available in foam-padded options.

Specifications:

  • ANSI/ISEA Z87.1+ High Impact
  • CAN/CSA Z94.3
  • Weight: 23.2 gm | 46.35 gm (with foam)
  • Bridge: 12.8 mm
  • Lens base: 9.5 curve
  • Lens size diagonal: 75.5 mm
  • Lens size vertical: 42.72 mm
  • Lens thickness: 1.95 mm
  • Overall length (lens - tip): 160.8 mm
  • Overall width (hinge - hinge): 129 mm
  • Closest point between temple tips: is 73 mm
  • Lens: polycarbonate
  • Nosepiece: thermoplastic rubber (TPR)
  • Temples: polycarbonate & thermoplastic elastomers (TPE)
  • Temple tips: polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
  • Foam gasket: nylon and ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA)
  • Strap: polyester

PX-SB10210STMFP
Features: Anti-Fog
Dielectric
Flame-Resistant
Rubber Nose
Rubber Temple Tips
Manufacturer: Pyramex Safety
Material: (PVC) Polyvinyl Chloride
EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate)
Nylon
Polycarbonate
Polyester
Thermoplastic Elastomer
Thermoplastic Rubber
Standards: ANSI/ISEA Z87.1
CSA Z94.3
Weight: 0.10

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