Ergodyne Skullerz 8994 Anti-Scratch & Anti-Fog Hard Hat Face Shield with Adapter for Cap-Style & Safety Helmet
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The Skullerz 8994 Anti-Scratch & Anti-Fog Hard Hat Face Shield is designed to increase eye and face protection for those using Skullerz Cap-Style Hard Hats or Safety Helmets. This face shield protects against flying debris, splashes and particles and features a performance anti-fog and anti-scratch protective lens for improved clarity and durability.
This safety face shield has 3 pivoting positions – fully down to provide full face protection, mid-way or fully up and out of the way. The adapter can be adjusted forward or backward to accommodate other hard hat or safety helmet accessories such as headlamps. Integrated accessory slots on the face shield adapter allow users to attach Skullerz Earmuffs while face shield is installed and in use. For added protection, pair this face shield with Skullerz Safety Glasses or Sunglasses.
- Easily mounts on Skullerz Cap-Style Hard Hats and Safety Helmets for increased eye and face protection (attachment adapter included)
- Meets ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2020 (Marks: Z87.1+) and CSA Z94.3 impact and optical performance requirements
- Fog-Off+ technology meets ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2020 (Marks: Z87.1+) X performance requirements and provides improved anti-fog performance vs original Fog-Off
- Fog-Off+ technology for improved durability
- Face shield adapter snaps into dedicated side accessory slots on hard hats and safety helmets
- Polycarbonate lens is 2mm in thickness
- Protects against flying particles and debris
- Conforms to hard hat or safety helmet shell to help keep dust and debris out of face
- Face shield easily pivots up and down (fully down, mid-way or fully up) and adapter pivots forward and backward for a customized fit and field of vision
- Lens filters 99.9 percent of harmful UVA, UVB and UVC rays to keep eyes safe in the sun
- Allows Skullerz Earmuffs to be worn while face shield is in use
- Safety glasses and headlamp can be worn while in use