Laser Safety Buyers Guide

  • What Glasses Protect Against Lasers?

    Feb 9th 2020

    What Glasses Protect Against Lasers?

    Laser safety glasses (or sometimes referred to as anti-laser glasses) protect against lasers and fall into three primary categories/material: Polycarbonate Glass Dielectric Coated Below…

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  • Buyers Guide | What Frame Should I Select for my Eyewear?

    Oct 19th 2019

    Buyers Guide | What Frame Should I Select for my Eyewear?

    We have five general options of frames | Videos and CAD drawings are below: Frame 10 - Fit-over | Our best seller for our Polycarbonate glasses (100-10-101 through 100-10-146)Frame 35 - Spect…

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  • What is required by CE on all laser protective eyewear?

    Apr 12th 2019

    What is required by CE on all laser protective eyewear?

    On all CE marked (certified eyewear) must include: Wavelength-/areaOperating mode (D, I, R, or M)Protection level (LB-value)CE logoName/Logo of the ManufacturerAt Laser Safety Industries, all CE mark…

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  • How to Read CE Marking Notation?

    Aug 12th 2018

    How to Read CE Marking Notation?

    CE marks are only required in countries that have taken the European Norms ("EN") and have then gone ahead and adopted those laser safety regulations.  This is typically European Union ("EU") c…

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  • Laser Safety Standards: ANSI vs CE - What's the Difference?

    Apr 12th 2018

    Laser Safety Standards: ANSI vs CE - What's the Difference?

    In Laser Safety, there are two primary standards (or norms) that are followed, the American National Standards Institute ("ANSI") and European Norms (“EN”), adopted by EU member countries. …

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