ST. PAUL, Minn. – For workers in metalworking, oil and gas, construction, utilities, and other physically demanding environments, safety eyewear is designed to try to keep lenses clear of fog – even when workers are in hot and humid conditions or climate-controlled areas. For example, in the food industry when machinery and equipment must be washed down, a high amount of moisture is in the air and eyewear can easily fog up – getting in the way of safety and productivity.
Jimmy Wong, 3M global head, eye and face protection advanced technical service engineer, recently authored an article about the importance of anti-fog eyewear in the April 2016 edition of National Safety Council’s magazine “Safety & Health”.
To read the full article on how to reduce fogging when wearing safety eyewear, visit this link http://www.safetyandhealthmagazine.com/articles/13825-fogged-up-eyewear
If you’d like more information on our anti-fog eyewear products or to request a free trial, visit 3m.com/antifog.