All You Need To Know About Phoenix Lenses: Part One

As a leading provider of Safety Eyewear, SafeVision has an extensive array of lens material choices available for our customers. Our goal is to deliver the clearest, most comfortable, impact-resistant, UV-protected, and durable lens available on the market. Today, we’re going to provide information for all you need to know about our Phoenix lens material that combines all of these features described.

Great lenses are the sum of their combined features. The lens material will rank well in all categories, not just one. You might hear conversations of a lens being the lightest, but that’s not always enough. To determine if that assumption is valid, you need to know how impact-resistant the lens is, how thin, how strong, and how durable the lens is as well. You might also want to know how well the lens performs optically. After all, the better the lens material, the better the product delivered to the customer.

Customers should never have to trade optical quality for impact protection. SafeVision offers the complete package and brings peace of mind with quality lenses to keep you safe and prevent you from investing in a pair of safety eyewear that doesn’t have it all.

With Phoenix Lenses, you can also combine the unique lens material with multiple lens designs and enhancements. The enhancements include polarization, computer (blue light) lenses, photochromic, and more, to ensure your employees have the best possible visual solutions personalized to fit their needs. Below is the list of features you can include in your pair of Phoenix Lens.

Phoenix Lens Material Features- All You Need To Know

  • High Impact resistance rating per ANSI Z87.1
  • 60 times more impact resistant than standard plastic
  • Twice as scratch resistant as polycarbonate
  • Provides 100% UVA and UVB protection
  • The lightest lens material available today
  • Tough against harsh chemicals and solvents which typically crack polycarbonate lenses
  • Higher Abbe value of 43 vs. 30 for polycarbonate, which means less color distortion in the periphery of the lens

With all these features, the Phoenix lens has proven to be the best fit for almost any employee, situation, or job. View our Phoenix lenses on our website or email us at to learn more.

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