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Eyes need protecting from the working environment and from sunlight.  The Zekler range from Toolorders does both jobs for you very well. Zekler has taken traditional safety glasses and goggles and brought them right up to date.

Zekler provide a wide range of protective eyewear that is elegant and sporty yet highly functional. We are pleased to offer a selection of 27 styles in clear, grey or yellow lenses that combine high performance and protection with cutting edge design and material technology.

Zekler design features include:

  • UV protection and protection from sun glare to relevant EN standards
  • Hard Coated (HC) scratch resistance and Anti Fog (AF) lenses
  • Adjustable arms
  • Light weight
  • Modern design
  • A variety of colourways

All Zekler models except Zekler 235 and 30 come boxed and with a soft bag. Hard and soft case options are also available.  

Zekler glasses are made to exacting standards and, as a piece of safety equipment, it is essential that the user can see that they are correctly protected. So each Zekler item is individually marked on the frame and the lens with codes that give information about what specifications that item is manufactured to.

Marking of frames
(a)   Manufacturer
(b)   EN standard number
(c)   Suitable areas of application
No marking = basic use (glasses)
3 = liquids (goggles and visors)
4 = dust particles > µm (goggles)
5 = gas and dust particles > µm (goggles)
8 = short circuit electrical arcs (visors)
9 = molten metal and hot material (goggles and visors)

(d)   Mechanical resistance
S = enhanced strength
F = high speed, low energy impact (6mm steel ball at 45 m/s)
B = high speed, medium energy impact (6mm steel ball at 120 m/s)
A = high speed, high energy impact (6mm steel ball at 190 m/s)
Marking “T” after the symbol for mechanical resistance indicates protection at extreme temperatures (FT, BT, AT)

(e)  H = suitable for a smaller head shape

(f)   Highest shade number compatible with that particular frame

Marking of lenses
a) filter type
2 or 2C = UV
4 = IR
5 or 6 = sun filter

b)  shade number (without filter type number = welding filter)
c)   Manufacturer
d)   Optical class
1 = permanent use
2 = temporary use
3 = used in exceptional cases

e)  Mechanical resistance
S = enhanced strength
F = high speed, low energy impact (6mm steel ball at 45 m/s)
B = high speed, medium energy impact (6mm steel ball at 120 m/s)
A = high speed, high energy impact (6mm steel ball at 190 m/s)
Marking “T” after the symbol for mechanical resistance indicates protection at extreme temperatures (FT, BT, AT)

f)  Other requirements
8 = short circuit electric arcs (visors)
9 = molten metal and hot materials (goggles and visors)
K = resistance to surface damage by fine particles
R = enhanced reflection factor.

Download Eye Protection Technical Guide