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Metal Safety Glasses
3M Beta

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3M Safety Glasses give you the confidence that comes from wearing advanced, protective optics and industry-leading quality and design. With a variety of styles and designs, there's a style available for almost any application or environment. All 3M Safety Glasses are ANSI Z87.1-2010 certified and are available in a variety of lens tints and advanced lens coatings. Designed with critical specifications for fit, form, and function, our titanium frames and lightweight designs deliver the ultimate in confidence, comfort, and style.

  • Includes Brow-Guard Side Shield
  • Standards: ANSI Z87.1-2010


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BETA Safety Eyewear Frame

The metal frame rectangular by 3M is ANSI Safety Glasses and you don’t have to worry about it capable to do the job. The certification is a proof that the 3M BETA is able to provide all Possible Security to the eyes when needed at any place any time.


3M BETA - Wearing RX Safety Glasses Instead of Contacts

The benefits offered by safety eyewear cannot be compared to those of contact lenses. Quite often, people tend to stick with wearing contact lenses beneath safety goggles. This is to conform to the OHSA’s requirement of workplace safety against hazards to eyes & face. However, industrial workers are greatly discouraged to wear contact lenses. Instead, protective eyeglasses are promoted due to the variety of benefits they offer. This article dilates on how 3M Beta is a useful armor in your PPE (personal protective equipment) paraphernalia.

Affliction caused by Contact Lenses

Many people prefer wearing contacts due to a variety of reasons. They include a pleasing appearance; wider peripheral vision; vision correction needs among others. However, contact lenses do induce more harm in hazardous environments even if you are wearing an overlay protective gear for your eyes. Let’s look at why this is the case.

 Our eyes need oxygen too as they are made up of tissues akin to muscles in our body. Unlike our body, the cornea – which is above the lens of our eyes – does not contain blood vessels to consume oxygen. So how does the oxygen reach cornea? The cornea is made up of a transparent composition which allows transmission of light to the lens behind it. Oxygen is carried by the fluid present in the surface of our eyes to the cornea. It then gets diffused directly into the cornea. Wearing contacts hamper this process. This is due to the lens requirement of fluids in the eye to stay in position.

The recommended usage for contacts is roughly 7-8 hours, after which they must be removed to prevent discomfort & dryness in eyes. This is a great limitation at work where the norms of overtime exist. Workers may have to remove lenses, thus causing inconvenience and exacerbating chances of getting their eyes injured. Furthermore, any discomfort while wearing contacts may force them to remove them thereby exposing their eyes to safety hazards.

Benefits of RX protective eyeglasses

You are getting the best of both worlds here. Protective gear for eyes is standardized by ANSI 787.1 certification to provide high-quality safety assurance against dangers to your eyes. They possess the prescription option as well for people requiring a refractive correction in their vision. Moreover, 3M glasses also come with a half-rimmed or rimless frames made up of metallic or stainless steel material which gives a ‘glasses-free’ appearance. Henceforth, there stands no reason as to why you should not wear 3M Safety Glasses instead of contact lenses with a protective overlay gear.

Choosing 3M Eyewear

3M Beta comes with an aviator shaped design to give a nostalgic appearance which is often sought by industrial workers. The wider lens surface area allows for a greater peripheral vision as well. These are ANSI Z787.1 certified glasses to guarantee shatter proof resistance against high volume & velocity accidents. On the whole, it is always good to go with a renowned brand as 3M. 

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