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AS/NZS 1337.1:2010

[Pending Revision]

Personal eye protection, Part 1: Eye and face protectors for occupational applications

Specifies minimum requirements for non-prescription eye and face protectors and associated oculars designed to provide protection for the eyes and faces of persons against common occupational hazards such as flying particles and fragments, dusts, splashing materials and molten metals, harmful gases, vapours and aerosols.
Published: 28/06/2010
Pages: 98
Table of contents
Cited references
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Table of contents
About this publication
1 Scope and general
1.1 Scope
1.2 Application
1.3 Referenced documents
1.4 Definitions
2 Requirements for oculars
2.1 Scope of Section
2.2 General requirements for oculars
2.2.1 Finish
2.2.2 Materials
2.2.3 Dimensions of oculars and visors
2.2.4  Dimensions of oculars and visors for small heads
2.3 Material requirements
2.3.1 Visual quality
2.3.2 Viewing area
2.4 Optical properties of oculars
2.4.1 Position of measurement
2.4.2 Direction of measurement
2.4.3 Transmittance properties
2.4.4 Transmittance requirements General Claims of luminous transmittance
2.4.5 Other transmittance requirements Uniformity of luminous transmittance of uniformly tinted filters Transmittance matching for pairs of filters of all types Uniformity of colour for pairs of filters of all types
2.4.6 Special transmittance requirements Photochromic filters Polarizing filters Gradient filters Outdoor use, untinted filters
2.4.7 Refractive power of oculars Spherical and astigmatic power Local aberrations in spherical and astigmatic power Prismatic power—Individual oculars Prismatic power difference—Pairs of oculars
2.4.8 Scattered light
2.4.9 Material and surface quality
2.5 Low impact resistance
2.5.1 General
2.5.2 Performance criteria
2.6 Medium impact resistance
2.6.1 General
2.6.2 Performance criteria
2.7 High impact resistance
2.7.1 General
2.7.2 Performance criteria
2.8 Extra high impact resistance
2.8.1 General
2.8.2 Performance criteria
2.9 Penetration resistance
2.9.1 General
2.9.2 Performance criteria
2.10 Resistance to ignition
2.10.1 General
2.10.2 Performance criteria
2.11 Special requirements
2.11.1 Protection against molten metals
2.11.2 Protection against hot solids
2.12 Testing
2.13 Marking of oculars and replacement ocular packaging
2.13.1 Marking of oculars
2.13.2 Marking of replacement ocular packaging
3 Requirements for assembled eye and face protectors
3.1 Scope of Section
3.2 General requirements
3.2.1 Finish
3.2.2 Materials
3.2.3 Optical properties of oculars
3.2.4 Ventilation
3.2.5 Dimensional requirements for eye-shields and face-shields
3.2.6 Assessment of lateral protection
3.2.7 Impact resistance General Performance criteria
3.2.8 Penetration resistance General Performance criteria
3.2.9 Resistance to ignition General Performance criteria
3.2.10 Thermal stability
3.2.11 Protection against corrosion
3.3 Special performance requirements
3.3.1 Medium impact protectors General Performance criteria
3.3.2 High impact protectors General Performance criteria
3.3.3 Extra high impact protectors General Performance criteria
3.3.4 Protection against splashes
3.3.5 Protection against dust
3.3.6 Protection against gas
3.3.7 Protection against molten metal and hot solids General Performance criteria for molten metal test Performance criteria for hot solids test
3.3.8 Protection against high temperature
3.4 Testing
3.5 Marking of assembled eye and face protectors and packaging
3.5.1 Eye and face protectors
3.5.2 Packaging
4 Optional tests and claims
4.1 Claimed transmittance properties
4.1.1 General
4.1.2 Blue-light absorption/transmittance Blue-light absorption Blue-light transmittance
4.1.3 UV absorption/transmittance UV absorption UV transmittance UVA absorption UVA transmittance UVB absorption UVB transmittance
4.2 Flame propagation
5 Additional requirements for assembled eye protectors for welding and allied operations
5.1 Scope of Section
5.2 Design and construction
5.2.1 General
5.2.2 Materials and finish
5.2.3 Wide vision spectacles
5.2.4 Goggle
5.2.5 Filter and filter cover mounting
5.2.6 Ventilation
5.2.7 Headband
5.2.8 Filters, cover plates and backing oculars Filters Cover and backing oculars
5.3 Design and construction of helmets and hand-shields
5.3.1 General
5.3.2 Design
5.3.3 Protection against heat and electric shock
5.3.4 Helmets
5.3.5 Hand-shields
5.3.6 Mounting of filters and filter covers
5.3.7 Assembled helmets and hand-shields
5.3.8 Impact resistance
5.3.9 Cover and clear oculars
5.4 Physical requirements
5.4.1 Resistance to ignition
5.4.2 Protection against hot solids
5.5 Testing
5.6 Marking of assembled eye protectors
Appendix A
A1 Scope
A2 Principle
A3 Apparatus
A4 Calibration of the spectrophotometer
A5 Procedures
A5.1 Uniformly tinted filters (non-polarizing)
A5.2 Uniformly tinted filters (polarizing)
A5.3 Gradient density tinted filters (non-polarizing)
A5.4 Gradient density tinted filters (polarizing)
A5.5 Photochromic filters
A5.5.1 Conditioning
A5.5.2 Method to approximate the spectral distribution for solar radiation for air mass m= 2 using one lamp
A5.5.3 Method to approximate the spectral distribution of solar radiation for air mass m=2 using two lamps
A6 Calculations
A6.1 Luminous transmittance
A6.2 Infrared transmittance
A6.3 Ultraviolet transmittance
A6.3.1 General
A6.3.2 Solar UV
A6.3.3 Solar UVA
A6.3.4 Solar UVB
A6.4 Detection of signal lights
A7 Uniformity of luminous transmittance
Appendix B
B1 Scope
Appendix C
C1 Scope
C2 Principle
C3 Apparatus
C4 Procedure
C5 Test report
Appendix D
D1 Scope
D2 Principle
D3 Apparatus
D4 Procedure
D5 Calculation
D6 Test report
Appendix E
E1 Scope
E2 Principle
E3 Apparatus
E4 Procedure
E4.1 Spherical and cylindrical power
E4.1.1 General
E4.1.2 Eye and face protectors without cylindrical power
E4.1.3 Eye and face protectors with cylindrical power
E4.2 Prismatic power—Single oculars
E5 Reporting of results
Appendix F
F1 Scope
F2 Principle
F3 Apparatus
F4 Procedure
F5 Reporting of results
Appendix G
G1 Scope
G2 Principle
G3 Apparatus
G4 Procedure
G5 Reporting of results
Appendix H
H1 Scope
H2 Principle
H3 Apparatus
H4 Specimen
H5 Conditioning
H6 Procedure
H7 Calculation
H8 Test report
Appendix I
I1 Scope
I2 Principle
I3 Test methods
I3.1 General
I3.2 Primary method
I3.2.1 Apparatus
I3.2.2 Procedure
I3.3 Secondary method
I3.3.1 Apparatus
I3.3.2 Procedure
I3.3.2.1 Calibration of the apparatus
I3.3.2.2 Testing the ocular
I4 Test report
Appendix J
J1 Scope
J2 Principle
J3 Procedure
J3.1 General
J3.2 Method A
J3.3 Method B
J4 Reporting of results
Appendix K
K1 Scope
K2 Principle
K3 Apparatus
K4 Procedure
K5 Test report
Appendix L
L1 Scope
L2 Principle
L3 Apparatus
L4 Procedure
L5 Test report
Appendix M
M1 Scope
M2 Principle
M3 Apparatus
M4 Procedure
M5 Test report
Appendix N
N1 Scope
N2 Principle
N3 Apparatus
N4 Procedure
N5 Test report
Appendix O
O1 Scope
O2 Principle
O3 Apparatus
O4 Procedure
O5 Test report
Appendix P
P1 Scope
P2 Principle
P3 Apparatus
P4 Procedure
P5 Test report
Appendix Q
Q1 Scope
Q2 Principle
Q3 Apparatus
Q3.1 Steel rod
Q3.2 Heat source
Q3.3 Thermocouple and temperature indicating device
Q3.4 Timer
Q4 Procedure
Q5 Inspection
Q6 Reporting of results
Appendix R
R1 Scope
R2 Principle
R3 Apparatus
R4 Procedure
R5 Test report
Appendix S
S1 Scope
S2 Principle
S3 Apparatus
S4 Procedure
S5 Test report
Appendix T
T1 Scope
T2 Principle
T3 Apparatus
T4 Procedure
T5 Order of testing
T6 Environmental test conditions
T7 Test report
Appendix U
U1 Scope
U2 Principle
U3 Reagent
U4 Apparatus
U5 Procedure
U6 Test report
Appendix V
V1 Scope
V2 Principle
V3 Reagent
V4 Apparatus
V5 Procedure
V6 Assessment of results
V7 Test report
Appendix W
W1 Scope
W2 Principle
W3 Apparatus
W4 Procedure
W5 Calculation
W6 Test report
Appendix X
X1 Scope
X2 Principle
X3 Reagent
X4 Apparatus
X5 Procedure
X6 Assessment of results
X7 Test report
Appendix Y
Y1 Scope
Y2 Principle
Y3 Apparatus
Y4 Procedure
Y5 Test report
Appendix Z
Z1 Scope
Z2 Principle
Z3 Apparatus
Z4 Procedure
Z5 Calculation
Z6 Test report
Amendment control sheet
Cited references in this standard
Filters for eye protectors, Part 2: Filters for protection against ultraviolet radiation
Personal eye protection, Part 6: Prescription eye protectors against low and medium impact
Specification for test sieves
Personal eye protection, Part 0: Eye and face protection — Vocabulary (ISO 4007:2012, MOD)
Eye and face protection, Part 4: Filters and eye protectors against laser radiation (laser eye-protectors)
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