Gateway Safety Inc.

Gateway Safety StarLite-SM safety eyewear

Properly fitting eye protection is critical to ensure worker compliance and, in today™s diverse workplace, one size doesn™t usually fit all. That™s why Gateway Safety® designed the StarLite®-SM version of its best-selling StarLite® protective eyewear. StarLite-SM provides all of the advantages of the original design, but it™s especially tailored to fit smaller, narrow faces. With the comfortable, appropriately sized StarLite-SM, workers are less likely to remove their eye protection, and that means greater security for your workers. Safety glasses should touch the face in three placesat the nose bridge and behind each ear. They should rest firmly on top of the nose and close to, but not against, the face. If the nose piece slides down even slightly, the worker will lose some protection. Ten percent smaller, but with the same snug fit as the classic StarLite model, StarLite-SM provides exceptional impact protection, durability, superior optical quality, and fashionable design. StarLite-SM shares with its larger counterpart the revolutionary dual 9.75 base curvature viewing area, permitting wide, unobstructed vision. The scratch-resistant polycarbonate lenses filter out more than 99.9 percent of harmful UV-A and UV-B rays. StarLite-SM meets ANSI Z87.1 standards. Lenses are available in Clear, Gray, Clear Anti-Fog, or Mirror finish. Gateway Safety, Inc. designs and manufactures cost-effective, dependable eye, hearing, respiratory, and head and face protection products that workers want to wear. Since 1944, Gateway Safety, Inc. has made it its mission to help companies increase safety compliance and improve the overall welfare of their employees--which, in turn, helps companies reduce the high costs associated with eye and face injuries. For more information contact: Gateway Safety, Inc., 11111 Memphis Ave., Cleveland, OH 44144. Or call 800-822-5347. Fax: 216-889-1200. Web: www.gatewaysafety.com. E-mail: info@gatewaysafety.com.

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