V-Gard® Arc Visors
These PC visors are engineered to help protect against impact and dangerous arc flash hazards. They are perfect for electrical workers and electricians working with high-voltage connections. Note: V-Gard Arc Visors are intended to be used only with dielectric frames and helmets.
V-Gard® Visors PC for General Purpose
MSA polycarbonate visors reliably protect against impact, chemical splash and UltraViolet radiation. They are the perfect solution for general and basic applications and can be worn with helmet-mounted ear muffs.
V-Gard® Visors PC for Heavy Duty Purpose
MSA molded polycarbonate visors offer superior protection from flying debris, splash, UV radiation and molten metal. Being molded makes them optically correct, and helps ensure clear vision and reduced eye fatigue. The anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings increase comfort and improve wear.
V-Gard® Flat Polycarbonate Visors
Our durable polycarbonate visors offer superior protection from flying debris, splash, or spray. Engineered wider than other visors, ours provide improved resistance when it matters most. All V-Gard visors for general purpose can be worn with Cap-mounted ear muffs.
V-Gard® Mesh Visors for General Purpose Applications
MSA V-Gard Mesh Visors provide maximum ventilation in humid working conditions. Lightweight and durable – great for outdoor applications such as brush clearing and trimming. Ideal combination with helmet-mounted ear muffs.
V-Gard® Propionate Visors for Chemical and Splash
V-Gard Propionate Visors provide impact protection, and are good for those applications where chemical splash hazards also exist. They offer increased impact protection and superior optical quality over acetate visors.
Visor for Radiant Heat/Elevated Temperatures
These special visors are thick, molded and reflective coated to protect against damage from impact, radiation and heat. The reflective coating reflects at least >60% of InfraRed from the surface of the visor, away from the wearer. Ideal for hot working conditions, such as foundries, steel mills, and blast furnaces.