Take advantage of Protech Medical's clearance selection of Radiation Safety Eyewear, the best high quality option for your radiation protection needs. Shop numerous styles, from high end brands to in-house frames, all at an affordable price!
This Radiation safety clearance goggle features a size of 50-20-134, weighs 73.5 grams, and is made with a 0.50mm Lead Glass Front Lens (plano, no RX).
They also come with with:
- 1 Year Product Guarantee
- Protective case
- Matching Head strap
- Cleaning cloth
Protech Medical brings you the industry's most reliable, high-quality products for complete eye protection when working around radiation. Our lead glasses are hand crafted by board certified opticians, and made in our lab located in North Palm Beach, Florida. Protech's radiation safety glasses are CE and made from the highest quality materials, and each pair has been personally inspected by our opticians in quality control. Our exclusive selection of frames incorporate contemporary styling from top designers while allowing optimum vision for comfortable, accurate work.
Protech's dedication to manufacturing in the USA and commitment to sourcing the highest quality materials and brands has made us the #1 choice in premium quality x-ray protection for your eyes. We are a proud Small Family-Owned business with over 30 years of industry excellence, and strive to provide our clients with the safest and most fashionable protective wear.
Specially designed frames are made to accommodate a variety of needs, such as large front lens' for maximum coverage and side shields for improved peripheral vision and lateral protection from x-ray. Protech's extensive eyewear line was designed to make a safer work environment for you. Our line of premium quality lead glasses includes ProGuard, Nike, Wiley X, Oakley, Ray-ban, Judy Project and other excellent brands.
PROTECTION FOR YOUR EYES
Your eyes are 4 times more sensitive to radiation than other parts of your body. Not too long ago, few doctors used leaded eyewear to protect against x-ray radiation. With the increase in occurrences of early onset cataracts, lead glasses are now a staple in every procedure requiring the use of x-ray and fluoroscopy.