Certified to STANAG 2920 / ANSI Z87.1 / MIL-PRF-32432A; EN166, EN172 certified, Bolle CONTOUR II BSSI (Bollé Safety Standard Issue) CSP Lens Safety Glasses 21 g of strength, sturdy, protective, stylish, comfortable and lightweight. CONTOUR is the most extreme everyday sun and safety protection eyewear.
CSP Lens - Comfort Sensitivity Perception
THE BEST INDOOR/OUTDOOR COMPROMISE
- Tint base: Brown
- Transmission: 65 %
- Effective for activities that alternate exposure to bright and low light
- Actively blocks harmful blue light
- Engineered with the exclusive anti-fog / anti-scratch PLATINUM® coating.
- Designed to resist extreme high and low temperatures.
- V50 ballistic resistance - STANAG 2920 : 788.4 km/h - 219.1 m/s
- Incredibly lightweight 21g
- PC lens Colour: Brown
- Anti-scratch/anti-fog Platinum Coating
- Wrap-around frame
- Sportive design
- Non-slip bridge
- Non-slip TIPGRIP temples
- Lens marking: 5-1.4 1 FT KN CE
- Frame Marking: EN166 FT CE UKCA
- Supplied with Microfibre pouch
- Weight: 21 g
- Frame Type: Half Frame
- Frame Material: Nylon
- Frame Colour: Black Matte
- Lens Material: Polycarbonate
- Lens Colour: Brown
- Lens Coating: Platinum Coating
- Ballistic Resistance: STANAG 2920 / MIL-PRF-32432A
- Standards: EN166 - EN172 - UKCA
- Supplied With: Microfiber Pouch
Technologies & Standard
PLATINUM ASAF Coating Permanent coating on both sides of the lens gives them a high resistance to scratching and delays the onset of fogging. Certified K & N (EN166) PLATINUM® resists the most aggressive chemicals
Ballistic Resistance STANAG 2920 - In the case of Bollé Safety Standard Issue, goggles and glasses are subjected to impact tests using projectiles simulating ballistic fragments.
All the tests allow to calculate a V50 corresponding to the speed at which the projectile has a 50% chance to perforate the material. The value of the V50 varies according to the nature of the materials and therefore the colour of the lenses.
MIL-PRF MIL is an evolving American military standard: Mil - PRF - 31013 (1996) and Mil 43511D (2006) were replaced by GL-PD-10-12 (2010), which will then be revised and transformed into MIL-PRF-32432 in 2013.
These military standards specify criteria with which products must comply in terms of eye protection. These criteria concern in particular ballistic protection, optical qualities, product durability, etc.
The MIL standard which is used as a reference standard by many countries.
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