CE – European standard
Frame marking must include the CE symbol
STANAG 4296 resistance guarantees ballistic resistance as defined by STANAG 2920, plus criteria relating to usage (comfort, lightness, anti-fogging, anti-scratch), optical quality (field of vision 160° minimum, clarity), and more general features (protection with as low a shine as possible, compatibility with other protection such as helmets, face shields, etc.). The STANAG standards are recognized in all NATO member countries. The proof: all frames are marked “STANAG 2920” and/or “STANAG 4296” and the lenses have the B-TACTICAL logo synonymous with ballistic resistance.
3 – Chemical risk
Chemical protection against liquid droplets or splashes. Goggles, adapted spectacles with strap or face shield mandatory.
4 – Chemical risk
Chemical protection against large dust particles> 5 microns. Goggles mandatory
5 – Chemical risk
Chemical protection against gas and fine dust particles < 5 microns (sealed goggle mandatory)
B – Mechanical risk- Medium energy impact
Medium energy impact, resists a 6 mm, 0.86 g ball at 120 m/s
T – Mechanical risk- High speed particles at extreme temperatures
The letter T, immediately after the mechanical strength symbol, authorises use for high speed particles at extreme temperatures.
K – Resistance to surface damage by fine particles
The anti-scratchcoating K provides enhanced scratch-certified coating.
N – Resistance to fogging
The anti-fog coating N is an anti-fog treatment certified.
1 – Optical class
Continuous work – Worn permanently
This permanent coating applied on both surfaces makes them highly scratch-resistant (1.4 cd/m²), gives them high resistance to the most aggressive chemicals and slows the appearance of fogging. In any circumstances and at every moment, Platinum® provides the highest safety for eyes.
Technology approved for permanent wear and certified with perfect optical quality with anti-fog and antiscratch coatings. 99.9% UVA/UVB protection.