45.8 cal/cm Arc Goggle & Balaclava
SlateRockFR presents this arc rated goggle and balaclava set. When used in combination, it features a 45.8 cal/cm² arc rating, and is a great alternative to the traditional arc rated hood. It assures worker protection without limiting performance ability.
Carbon OPF Blend Balaclava Model # H49CX
This triple layer National Safety Apparel balaclava is made from knit material with Carbon OPF Blend. It features an inner breathing chamber for increased airflow and holes for eye exposure only. Remember, this arc rated balaclava is meant to be worn with the arc goggles.
Arc Goggle Model # H10GGLNN
Paulson's Arc Goggle is designed specifically to address the requirements of arc flash protection, and are meant to be worn with an arc rated balaclava. These arc goggles feature an optically correct hard coated outer lens and an anti-fog inner lens with baffled top and bottom vents for increased airflow. An elastic strap comfortably secures the goggle to the head. Special strap adjusters allow the strap tension on these arc rated goggles to be adjusted while wearing gloves.
- Arc rating: 45.8 cal/cm² when used in combination
- Inner breathing chamber
- Anti-fog inner lens
- Goggles have elastic strap
- Please note that this arc goggle and balaclava have not been approved for NFPA 70E, 2009 or 2012
Made in the USA
Ratings & Reviews
High Quality and Comfortable
Very comfortable and high quality in this 45.8 cal/cm² arc goggle and balaclava. Fogging is limited and beats wearing flash hood hands down!
45.8 cal Balaclava and Arc Goggle
Well done! From what I can tell, your 45.8 cal Arc Goggle and Balaclava is the first of its kind for the safety industry. What a great new innovative product! This will replace our bigger, heavier "bee keeper" hoods. Best of all, it is made in the USA!
45 Cal Arc Goggle and Balaclava
by Jim J.
This is a great idea and a blessing for the industry to get away from the bee keeper type hood protection. Hoods limit vision, steam up from breath and introduce more hazards than they protect us from. We need to get NFPA 70 to accept this protection for Cat 4 work.