Face shields/ visorsMod.-Nr: 12-XXXX Category: Aluminized PPE
No chance for radiant heat and molten metal.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for face protection is partially performed by a face shield which covers more or less the field of vision and is approved and certificated according to EN 166 resp. EN 171.
Since face protection is intended to protect against radiant and convective heat is usually worn in combination with other PPE according to EN ISO 11612, the following items have also been approved against radiant heat following to ISO 6942.
The here shown face protection is worn in combination with a safety helmet and fixed on it by a mounting device suitable to all helmets which meet the requirements of EN 397. Where, following to a risk assessment, a safety helmet must not be worn, face shields might be worn in combination with a head ring.
|Application||Protection against heat radiation|
|Contact with splashes of molten iron and aluminium|
|Mod. 12-0421||Face shield made from polycarbonate clear, wearable in combination with helmet device FH 66 or head ring, 250 x 500 mm|
|Mod. 12-0424||Face shield made from polycarbonate gold, wearable in combination with helmet device FH 66 or head ring, 250 x 500 mm|
|Mod. 12-0420||Face shield made from wire gauze, wearable in combination with helmet device FH 66 or head ring, 250 x 500 mm|
|Mod. 11-8390||Safety helmet (380g) EN 397, BOP, glass fibre reinforced unsaturated polyester-helmet, for hot industries, several colours, different sizes: 1 (52-56), 2 (53 - 61), 3 (59-63)|
|Mod. 11-8260||Head ring for visors, hinged|
|Mod. 11-8280||Helmet device FH 66 (134g), with hinged visor holder|