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Co2/Erbium – Model 17001

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The Co2/Erbium Filter is a laser safety lens made of a clear CR39 Polycarbonate filter. It is cut and mounted into model 17001, which is a durable plastic frame with a comfortable fit. This large frame provides green accent secure-grip rubber temples and integrated lateral protection. ANSI Z87+ Approved.

OD>7+ from 190-340nm
OD>7+ from 2760-3470nm
OD>7+ from 5000-11000nm

VLT = 85%

BRIDGE
18mm
FRAME WIDTH
146mm
TEMPLE
130mm
LENS WIDTH
63mm
LENS HEIGHT
42mm

The Phillips family has a history of more than 100 years in the optical business. They started producing Glasses for Bausch & Lomb in 1905. In 1914 Phillips Lens was founded, working out of the basement of our grandfather’s home in Rochester, New York. The company reworked the lenses that Bausch & Lomb rejected due to production errors and sold them back to Bausch & Lomb. When the ultex lens went off-patent in 1916, the company moved to Middlesex, New Jersey and started production of ultex bifocals, selling them to optical labs for prescription lenses. From 1916 to 2000, Phillips Safety made optical lenses for the military, semi-finished lenses for optical labs to make into prescription Glasses, and we produced sunglass lenses and specialty bifocal lenses. In 2001, with the creation of Phillips Safety products in 2001, the marketing focus changed and Phillips moved out of the optical manufacturing business and entered the occupational safety market business, serving clients in the laser, x-ray, glassblowing and other safety markets. In 2003, Rx-Safety was established as a division of Phillips Safety. The Company produces the RX Safety line and distributes (both wholesale and retail) prescription safety Glasses for the military and other safety markets.

With our top quality CNC (computer numeric control) edging facility, Rx-Safety produces the highest quality prescription wrap around frames. Our CNC generator ensures a high level of accuracy and efficiency and can produce both spherical and aspheric lenses.

President Robert Phillips has been in the optical manufacturing business since 1968. Vice President Ryan Phillips is a graduate of Monmouth University and he has worked in the optical industry since 1996.

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The Phillips family has a history of more than 100 years in the optical business. They started producing Glasses for Bausch & Lomb in 1905. In 1914 Phillips Lens was founded, working out of the basement of our grandfather’s home in Rochester, New York. The company reworked the lenses that Bausch & Lomb rejected due to production errors and sold them back to Bausch & Lomb. When the ultex lens went off-patent in 1916, the company moved to Middlesex, New Jersey and started production of ultex bifocals, selling them to optical labs for prescription lenses. From 1916 to 2000, Phillips Safety made optical lenses for the military, semi-finished lenses for optical labs to make into prescription Glasses, and we produced sunglass lenses and specialty bifocal lenses. In 2001, with the creation of Phillips Safety products in 2001, the marketing focus changed and Phillips moved out of the optical manufacturing business and entered the occupational safety market business, serving clients in the laser, x-ray, glassblowing and other safety markets. In 2003, Rx-Safety was established as a division of Phillips Safety. The Company produces the RX Safety line and distributes (both wholesale and retail) prescription safety Glasses for the military and other safety markets.

With our top quality CNC (computer numeric control) edging facility, Rx-Safety produces the highest quality prescription wrap around frames. Our CNC generator ensures a high level of accuracy and efficiency and can produce both spherical and aspheric lenses.

President Robert Phillips has been in the optical manufacturing business since 1968. Vice President Ryan Phillips is a graduate of Monmouth University and he has worked in the optical industry since 1996.

See Instructions For Use in Documents