Paulson Wildland Protection Goggles
MATERIAL: Silicone frame and elastic strap. Lexan lens and polymer alloy components.
SPECIFICATION: Designed to meet the performance specifications of NFPA 1977, ANSI Z87.1
HAZARD ASSESSMENT: Heat, impact, splash, smoke, particulate matter, and chemicals.
APPLICATIONS: Wildland fire fighting operations and other emergency operations where there is a threat of fire. Designed to meet ANSI Z87.1 for use where certain physical hazards are likely to be encountered, such as during non-fire-related salvage, rescue operations, emergency medical operations, and victim extraction.
PRODUCT WEIGHT: 5 ½ oz
DESIGNED AS A HELMET ACCESSORY FOR: All helmets used in Wildland fire fighting and associated hazards.
COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE: The A-TAC is the only known goggle specifically designed for the needs of the Wildland fire fighter. Designed to meet the performance specifications of the NFPA 1977 standard. Passes the 350 degree heat exposure test. Hard-coated outer lens with a superior anti-fog inner surface designed to meet the needs of this specific environment. Fits over most prescription, safety and sun protective glasses.