Light Protection

Light Protection Equipment

UV Safety Glasses

(HCK1015-01-001)

Skyper Eyewear, Orange Lens, Polycarbonate, UVextreme AF, Black Frame, TPU, UVEX / Honeywell S1933X

Protective Screen

(HCK1015-01-002)

This plexiglass screen is designed to fit inside standard chemistry hoods and limit direct exposure to photochemical light.  The specific color of the screen is 100% effective at blocking all ultraviolet wavelengths. It cuts off light at or below 540 nm wavelength and works great for UV curing operations.

Light Proofing Upgrade

(HCK1006-01-026)

The PhotoRedOx Box has been designed to limit the exposure to light during experiment. However when using light spectrum below 500 nm, repetitive exposure to light should be avoided. In addition to personal protective equipment, we offer upgrade kit to dramatically reduce the light leaking from the device.

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