Industrial Safety Spectacle G711

Designed with a molded-in brow guard and vented side shields, this style safety goggles offers excellent PPE eye protection and comfort. Manufactured using tough impact resistant polycarbonate metal free.



Eye Protection Features:

Made of impact resistant material, Polycarbonate (PC) lens,

Adjustable and Extendable Arms: PC or optional Nylon temple frame

Adaptable with strap for secure fit

Anti-scratch coating (Optional)

Anti-fog coating (Optional)

Lens color regular in clear, Smoke

Super lightweight and durable spectacle with a sleek design.

Larger fitting size for a perfect custom fit.

Ideal for dust, wind and UV protection.

Industrial Safety Spectacle G711

This G.T. spectacle is a hybrid of a safety glasses and goggle. This concept offers the comfort of a safety spectacle with the fit and seal of a goggle. The interchangeable foam seal gives added brow and cheek protection. The spectacle can be interchanged with a head adjustable strap or soft rubber temples. Excellent ventilation through indirect vents in the foam attachment which aids in preventing misting and fogging.

G.T. Safety Eye Protection range includes classic spectacles, safety goggles and visors, which is essential PPE safety eyewear styles, designed to protect the eyes and face of the workers from injuries which may occur during working activities. Most glasses comply with international standards, such as ANSI Z87.1, CE EN166 and AS/NZS 1337.


EN 166: 2001   Personal Eye Protection

European Standard, applying to all types of individual protection of the eye which protects from hazards likely to damage the eye, except for nuclear radiation, x-rays, laser emissions and infrared emitted by low temperature sources. Does not apply to eye protection for which separate standards exist (E.g. anti-laser eye protection, sunglasses for general use).


EN 170: 2002   UV Rays Protection

European Standard for Ultraviolet Filters. Specifications of level numbers and of requirements relating to the transmittance of the filters for protection against ultraviolet radiation.


EN 175: 1997   Welding Eyes and Face Protectors

European Standard for equipment for eye and face protection during welding and allied processes. Specifications for the safety requirements for eye and face protection equipment used to protect the operator's eyes and face against harmful optical radiation and other specific risks or hazards in usual welding, cutting or similar operations.


EN 169: 2002   Personal Eye Protection

Filters for Welding European Standard for Filters for Welding

and Related Techniques. Transmittance requirements and recommended use. Specifications of level numbers and requirements relating to the transmittance of filters to protect operators for welding and related techniques. Specification of requirements for welding filters with double dial number of levels.


ANSI/ISEA Z87.1: 2010

American National Standard - Personal Eye and Face Protective Devices

This standard provides minimum general requirements, test method, selection, use and maintenance of eye and face protection devices.

2 levels of protection:

Z87 marking = "Basic Impact"

Z87+ marking = "High Impact"