over 50 years of experience in safety eyewear
Our management team roster includes safety industry professionals, engineers, eyewear manufacturers, and most importantly, safety glass end-users. BXS puts a heavy emphasis on getting critical input from our network of actual safety glasses users in establishing each new benchmark in safety glasses. The result was a list of five No-Compromise factors we engineer into every model of safety glasses we create:
Excellent field of vision
High-tech lens technologies
The BXS vision has led us to develop superior a brand of safety glasses that comprises fashion forward style, the top lens technology in its class, and high-performance anti-fog coatings. We remain continuously compliant with the latest ANSI standards.
BXS offers eye protection that goes above and beyond, with industry leading features such as our exclusive XFactor Vision Technology and virgin resins that create the most comfortable, visually appealing and lightweight frames possible. In addition, 100% of our lenses include anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings.
At BXS we pay attention the little things that will help workers stay comfortable, work safely, and keep your bottom line looking good.
ANSI Z87.1-2010 establishes performance criteria and testing requirements for devices used to protect the eyes and face from injuries from impact, non-ionizing radiation and chemical exposure in workplaces and schools. It covers all types of protector configurations including spectacles (plano and prescription), goggles, faceshields, welding helmets and full facepiece respirators. The ANSI Z87.1-2010 standard is an update to the previous Z.87.1-2003 version which focuses on hazards at the workplace instead of the type of protective wear. All BRAND X frames and lenses meet Z87+ and offer protection from the common workplace hazards: Optical radiation, Impact, High Velocity, Droplet, Splash, Dust, Fine dust particles.
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