CLEARANCE – WILEY-X P17 LEAD GLASSES

Sale price $185.00 Regular price $285.00

All of our radiation safety clearance eyewear are made with plano lenses. Our Clearance lead glasses are simply discontinued or sample frames that have never been used. They are an excellent opportunity to snag premium-quality frames at a discount! All clearance sales are final. Comes with protective case, head strap and cleaning cloth. 

Clearance Eyewear Characteristics
  • Eyewear Model: Wiley-X P17
  • Frame Type: Wraparound
  • Frame Size: 60-18-125
  • Weight: 68g
  • Front Lens: Plano 0.75mm Pb Glass
  • Side Shields: Detachable side shields included
  • Available Colors: Matte Black
Lens Attenuation
LENS TYPE LEAD EQUIVALENCE ATTENUATION @ 100kVp ATTENUATION @ 150kVp
4B Semi Finished Lens – Thin 0.75mm Pb 98.3% 96.4%
4B Semi Finished Lens – Thick 1.00mm Pb 99.1% 98.2%
6B Semi Finished Lens – Thin 1.05mm Pb 99.2% 98.6%
6B Semi Finished Lens – Thick 1.35mm Pb 99.5% 99.0%

 

Compliance Standards

Intended Use: Lead Glasses, Goggles, and fitovers (“Leaded Eyewear”) are intended to be worn by persons who are present in the examination of operating room during medical procedures requiring the use of x-ray/fluoroscopy. They are intended primarily to protect the eyes of the operator from x-ray radiation.
EN 61331-1:2014: (EU) Protective devices against diagnostic Medical X-ray radiation. (Determination of attenuation properties of material)
EN 61331-3:2014: (EU) Protective devices against diagnostic medical X-radiation Part 3: Protective clothing, Eyewear and Protective Patient shields.
ASTM 2547-18: (USA) Standard test method for determining the attenuation properties in a primary x-ray beam of materials used against radiation.

Maintaining Your Eyewear

Storage: Leaded Eyewear should be stored in a protective case in normal room temperature and low humidity conditions when not in use.
Maintenance: Examine Leaded Eyewear frequently and before each use. Cease use and replace or repair immediately if the eyewear are chipped, pitted, or damaged. You may tighten screws/hinges if they loosen. 
Cleaning the Frame: Use any standard eyewear cleaning cloth. Diluted soap and water usually will not discolor or damage the frame. 
Cleaning the Lenses: Never use ammonia or chlorine-based cleaners. Use of alcohol is permitted for lenses that do not posses an anti-reflective (A/R) coat. To clean A/R coat lenses soak in diluted soap and water. DO NOT allow water to remain or dry onto the lenses as this can discolor/damage the lens. Wipe and dry using a Protech cleaning cloth or equivalent soft, lint free cloth.

Warranty: Protech’s Clearance Leaded Eyewear are not covered by our warranty policy. All clearance sales are final.