Honeywell's Uvex Turboshield face protection system is built for long wear and improved protection

Honeywell Safety Products' Uvex Turboshield face protection system is designed to deliver comfort for longer wear, easy visor exchange, improved protection, and optimal balance when worn with a hard hat. The face protection system includes headgear, a hard hat adaptor and replacement visors all sold separately for increased versatility.

The Uvex Turboshield headgear is built to deliver comfort through a flexible suspension cradle that provides 300% more contact area than traditional suspensions and eliminates pressure points for all-day wear. A push-button release system enables visor exchange in seconds. Adjustment knobs allow end-users to achieve a personalized fit.

The Uvex Turboshield hard hat adapter’s dual-hinge system enables the visor to slide back seven inches for improved balance and weight distribution while increasing overhead clearance by up to four inches. The design also keeps accessory slots open for compatibility with additional personal protective equipment. An integrated brim guard ensures a gap-free fit and added protection from overhead debris.

The Uvex Turboshield toric-shaped visor provides increased field of view and 50% more chin coverage than traditional cylindrical visors, without the need for bulky accessories. Replacement visors are available in Clear, Gray, UV/IR Shade 3.0 and UV/IR Shade 5.0. The Uvex dual anti-scratch/anti-fog lens coating is optional on the Clear and Gray visors for extended life and reduced fogging. The Uvex Turboshield system is certified to the requirements of ANSI Z87.1-2010 and CSA Z94.3 standards.  
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