• AS/NZS 1337:1992

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    Eye protectors for industrial applications

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    Superseded date:  06-26-2021

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    Published date:  01-01-1992

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS/NZS 1337:1992 EYE PROTECTORS FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    6 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
    6 - 1.1 SCOPE
    6 - 1.2 APPLICATION
    6 - 1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    6 - 1.4 DEFINITIONS
    6 - 1.4.1 Browguard
    6 - 1.4.2 Cover lens
    6 - 1.4.3 Double-glazed lenses
    6 - 1.4.4 Eye protector
    6 - 1.4.5 Eyeshield
    6 - 1.4.6 Faceshield
    6 - 1.4.7 Filter
    6 - 1.4.8 Goggles
    7 - 1.4.9 Headform
    7 - 1.4.10 Hood
    7 - 1.4.11 Laminated lenses
    7 - 1.4.12 Lens
    7 - 1.4.13 Luminous transmittance
    7 - 1.4.14 Prismatic power
    7 - 1.4.15 Refractive power
    7 - 1.4.16 Safety clip-ons
    7 - 1.4.17 Safety spectacles
    7 - 1.4.18 Side shield
    7 - 1.4.19 Solar erythemal ultraviolet
    7 - 1.4.20 Solar near-ultraviolet
    7 - 1.4.21 Tempering
    7 - 1.4.22 Tinted lens types
    7 - 1.4.23 Untinted lens
    7 - 1.4.24 Visor
    7 - 1.4.25 Welding handshield
    7 - 1.4.26 Welding helmet
    7 - 1.4.27 Wide-vision spectacles
    7 - 1.4.28 Wire-mesh screen„
    9 - SECTION 2 REQUIREMENTS FOR LENSES
    9 - 2.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    9 - 2.2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR LENSES
    9 - 2.2.1 Finish
    9 - 2.2.2 Materials
    9 - 2.2.3 Dimensions of lenses (see Figure 2.1)
    9 - 2.3 MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS
    9 - 2.3.1 Visual quality
    9 - 2.3.2 Viewing area
    10 - 2.4 OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF LENSES
    10 - 2.4.1 Position of measurement
    10 - 2.4.2 Direction of measurement
    11 - 2.4.3 Refractive power of lenses
    12 - 2.4.4 Prismatic power of lenses
    12 - 2.4.5 Transmittance properties of lenses
    12 - 2.4.6 Fluorescence
    12 - 2.5 LOW IMPACT RESISTANCE
    12 - 2.5.1 General
    12 - 2.5.2 Performance criteria
    12 - 2.6 MEDIUM IMPACT RESISTANCE
    12 - 2.6.1 General
    12 - 2.6.2 Performance criteria
    12 - 2.7 HIGH IMPACT RESISTANCE
    12 - 2.7.1 General
    13 - 2.7.2 Performance criteria
    13 - 2.8 PENETRATION RESISTANCE
    13 - 2.8.1 General
    13 - 2.8.2 Performance criteria
    13 - 2.9 FLAME PROPAGATION
    13 - 2.9.1 General
    13 - 2.9.2 Performance criteria
    13 - 2.10 SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
    13 - 2.10.1 Protection against molten metals
    13 - 2.10.2 Protection against hot solids
    13 - 2.11 TESTING
    13 - 2.12 MARKING OF LENSES AND REPLACEMENT LENS PACKAGING
    13 - 2.12.1 Marking of lenses
    13 - 2.12.2 Marking of replacement lens packaging
    15 - SECTION 3 REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSEMBLED EYE PROTECTORS
    15 - 3.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    15 - 3.2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    15 - 3.2.1 Finish
    15 - 3.2.2 Materials
    15 - 3.2.3 Optical properties of lenses
    15 - 3.2.4 Ventilation
    15 - 3.2.5 Dimensional requirements for eyeshields and faceshields
    15 - 3.2.6 Impact resistance
    15 - 3.2.7 Penetration resistance
    16 - 3.2.8 Flame propagation
    16 - 3.2.9 Thermal stability
    16 - 3.2.10 Protection against corrosion
    16 - 3.3 SPECIAL PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
    16 - 3.3.1 Medium impact protectors
    16 - 3.3.2 High impact protectors
    17 - 3.3.3 Protection against splashes
    17 - 3.3.4 Protection against dust
    17 - 3.3.5 Protection against gas
    17 - 3.3.6 Protection against molten metal and hot solids
    17 - 3.4 TESTING
    17 - 3.5 MARKING OF ASSEMBLED EYE PROTECTORS AND PACKAGING
    17 - 3.5.1 Eye protectors
    18 - 3.5.2 Packaging
    19 - SECTION 4 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSEMBLED EYE PROTECTORS FOR WELDING AND ALLIED OPERATIONS
    19 - 4.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    19 - 4.2 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
    19 - 4.2.1 General
    19 - 4.2.2 Materials and finish
    19 - 4.2.3 Safety spectacles
    19 - 4.2.4 Goggles
    19 - 4.2.5 Filter and filter cover mounting
    19 - 4.2.6 Ventilation
    19 - 4.2.7 Headband
    19 - 4.2.8 Filters and cover lenses
    19 - 4.3 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF HELMETS AND HANDSHIELDS
    19 - 4.3.1 General
    19 - 4.3.2 Design
    19 - 4.3.3 Protection against heat and electric shock
    19 - 4.3.4 Helmets
    20 - 4.3.5 Handshields
    20 - 4.3.6 Mounting of filters and filter covers
    20 - 4.3.7 Assembled helmets and handshields
    20 - 4.3.8 Impact resistance
    20 - 4.3.9 Cover and clear lenses
    20 - 4.4 PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
    20 - 4.4.1 Flame propagation
    20 - 4.4.2 Protection against hot solids
    20 - 4.5 TESTING
    20 - 4.6 MARKING OF ASSEMBLED EYE PROTECTORS
    21 - APPENDIX A - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF SPECTRAL TRANSMITTANCE
    21 - A1 SCOPE
    21 - A2 PRINCIPLE
    21 - A3 APPARATUS
    21 - A4 SCALE CALIBRATION OF SPECTROPHOTOMETER
    21 - A5 USE OF SPECTROPHOTOMETER
    21 - A6 PROCEDURE
    21 - A6.1 General
    21 - A6.2 Uniformly tinted lenses (non-polarizing)
    21 - A6.3 Uniformly tinted lenses (polarizing)
    21 - A6.4 Gradient density lenses (non-polarizing)
    22 - A6.5 Gradient density lenses (polarizing)
    22 - A6.6 Photochromic lenses
    22 - A7 CALCULATION OF LUMINOUS TRANSMITTANCE AND COLORATION FACTORS
    22 - A7.1 Luminous transmittance
    22 - A7.2 Mean transmittance values for ultraviolet
    22 - A7.3 Coloration factors
    23 - A8 TEST REPORT
    24 - APPENDIX B - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF FLUORESCENCE
    24 - B1 SCOPE
    24 - B2 PRINCIPLE
    24 - B3 APPARATUS
    24 - B4 SPECIMEN
    24 - B5 CONDITIONING
    24 - B6 PROCEDURE
    25 - B7 CALCULATION
    25 - B8 TEST REPORT
    26 - APPENDIX C - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF LOW IMPACT RESISTANCE (DROP-BALL)
    26 - C1 SCOPE
    26 - C2 PRINCIPLE
    26 - C3 APPARATUS
    26 - C4 PROCEDURE
    26 - C5 TEST REPORT
    27 - APPENDIX D - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF LOW IMPACT RESISTANCE (BALLISTIC)
    27 - D1 SCOPE
    27 - D2 PRINCIPLE
    27 - D3 APPARATUS
    28 - D4 PROCEDURE
    28 - D5 TEST REPORT
    29 - APPENDIX E - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF MEDIUM IMPACT RESISTANCE
    29 - E1 SCOPE
    29 - E2 PRINCIPLE
    29 - E3 APPARATUS
    29 - E4 PROCEDURE
    29 - E5 TEST REPORT
    30 - APPENDIX F - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF HIGH IMPACT RESISTANCE
    30 - F1 SCOPE
    30 - F2 PRINCIPLE
    30 - F3 APPARATUS
    30 - F4 PROCEDURE
    30 - F5 TEST REPORT
    31 - APPENDIX G - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF RESISTANCE TO PENETRATION
    31 - G1 SCOPE
    31 - G2 PRINCIPLE
    31 - G3 APPARATUS
    31 - G4 PROCEDURE
    31 - G5 TEST REPORT
    32 - APPENDIX H - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF FLAME PROPAGATION
    32 - H1 SCOPE
    32 - H2 PRINCIPLE
    32 - H3 APPARATUS
    32 - H4 PROCEDURE
    32 - H5 CALCULATION
    32 - H6 TEST REPORT
    33 - APPENDIX I - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF NON-ADHERENCE OF MOLTEN METAL
    33 - I1 SCOPE
    33 - I2 PRINCIPLE
    33 - I3 APPARATUS
    33 - I4 PROCEDURE
    33 - I5 TEST REPORT
    35 - APPENDIX J - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF RESISTANCE TO HOT SOLIDS
    35 - J1 SCOPE
    35 - J2 PRINCIPLE
    35 - J3 APPARATUS
    35 - J4 PROCEDURE
    35 - J5 TEST REPORT
    36 - APPENDIX K - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THERMAL STABILITY AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES
    36 - K1 SCOPE
    36 - K2 PRINCIPLE
    36 - K3 APPARATUS
    36 - K4 PROCEDURE
    36 - K5 ORDER OF TESTING
    36 - K6 ENVIRONMENTAL TEST CONDITIONS
    36 - K7 TEST REPORT
    37 - APPENDIX L - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF CORROSION RESISTANCE
    37 - L1 SCOPE
    37 - L2 PRINCIPLE
    37 - L3 REAGENT
    37 - L4 APPARATUS
    37 - L5 PROCEDURE
    37 - L6 TEST REPORT
    38 - APPENDIX M - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF SPLASH RESISTANCE
    38 - M1 SCOPE
    38 - M2 PRINCIPLE
    38 - M3 REAGENT
    38 - M4 APPARATUS
    38 - M5 PROCEDURE
    38 - M6 ASSESSMENT OF RESULTS
    38 - M7 TEST REPORT
    39 - APPENDIX N - TEST METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF RESISTANCE TO DUST
    39 - N1 SCOPE
    39 - N2 PRINCIPLE
    39 - N3 APPARATUS
    39 - N4 PROCEDURE
    40 - N5 CALCULATION
    40 - N6 TEST REPORT
    41 - APPENDIX O - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF GASTIGHTNESS
    41 - O1 SCOPE
    41 - O2 PRINCIPLE
    41 - O3 REAGENT
    41 - O4 APPARATUS
    41 - O5 PROCEDURE
    41 - O6 ASSESSMENT OF RESULTS
    41 - O7 TEST REPORT
    42 - APPENDIX P - EXAMPLE OF CALCULATION OF LUMINOUS TRANSMITTANCE
    43 - APPENDIX Q - TABLES OF SPECTRAL EFFECTIVENESS AND SPECTRAL IRRADIANCE
    44 - APPENDIX R - EXAMPLE OF CALCULATION OF MEAN TRANSMITTANCES
    44 - R1 ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION
    45 - APPENDIX S - EXAMPLE OF CALCULATION OF COLORATION LIMITS
    45 - S1 RED SIGNAL VISIBILITY FACTOR (R)
    45 - S2 VIOLET FACTOR (V)

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    Specifies minimum requirements for eye protectors and associated lenses designed to provide protection for people's eyes in the industrial environment. Types of protection offered are for molten metal, airborne particles and fragments, harmful gases, vapours and aerosols, and sunglare and optical radiation in the natural environment. Markings for lenses to indicate the type of protection offered are also included.

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    This Standard specifies minimum requirements for eye protectors and associated lenses designed to provide protection for the eyes of persons in industrial undertakings against common industrial hazards such as flying particles and fragments, dusts, splashing materials and molten metals, harmful gases, vapours and aerosols. Requirements for optical qualities and low, medium and high impact resistance are given and appendices describing appropriate test methods are included in this Standard.The aim of this Standard is to assist in the provision of safe, efficient and comfortable vision in the industrial situation, including consideration of the need for protection against sunglare and optical radiation in the natural environment.NOTE: The Standard does not apply to filter lenses for protection against optical radiations generated by industrial processes, which are dealt with in AS/NZS 1338, or to lenses for protection against laser radiation.

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    Committee SF-006
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes
    Under Revision

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    Amendment 2 to AS/NZS 1337:1992 see DR 97025 In Australia First published as AS B99-1951.Revised and redesignated AS Z7-1967.Revised and redesignated AS 1337-1974.Second edition 1981.Third edition 1984. In New Zealand First published as NZS 5816:1986. AS 1337-1984 and NZS 5816:1986 revised, amalgamated and designated as Joint Standard AS/NZS 1337:1992. In Australia First published as AS B99-1951. Revised and redesignated AS Z7-1967. Revised and redesignated AS 1337-1974. Second edition 1981. Third edition 1984. In New Zealand First published as NZS 5816:1986. AS 1337-1984 and NZS 5816:1986 revised, amalgamated and designated as Joint Standard AS/NZS 1337:1992.

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