The manufacturing industry is involved in the production of goods from raw materials. From clothing right down to automotive parts and electronics, the manufacturing industry is involved with producing a wide range of goods that we require in everyday life. Depending on the specific task each worker is responsible for, they may be working with high-risk machinery and materials.
One key characteristic of the manufacturing industry is a clear division of labor. Each worker has their place within a production line and are familiar with the task they are responsible for. This can involve working with heavy machinery or chemicals that can pose a danger to health and safety if not handled properly. As such, certain workers in the manufacturing industry will require personal protective equipment (PPE) when engaging in their tasks. This usually includes a pair of safety goggles to protect their eyes from debris, dust, sparks, refrigerant gases and many other harmful particles they may encounter throughout the course of their work.
What Causes Manufacturing Goggles to Fog Up?
As manufacturing typically takes place within a controlled indoors environment, this means that the surrounding temperature is likely to be way below body temperature to keep certain materials and chemicals in optimal condition. However, when there is a difference in temperature between the inside and outside of the goggles, fog develops. This can result in hampered vision and therefore, a reduced capacity to carry out work in the safest possible manner. It is unsafe to continue carrying out work with blurry vision, especially when dealing with heavy machinery or dangerous chemicals. Misplacing something or even placing a finger in the line of danger can have severe consequences.
Why Should Manufacturers Use ExFog Anti Fog Systems?
Both employees and employers who work in manufacturing can benefit from investing in the ExFog Anti Fog system. The system is fan-driven and can be set to different speeds to drive out air. This air is expelled through the tubing, which is attached to the temple part of the googles. When temperature is regulated, the difference between the inside and outside of your googles will remain minimal and insignificant, ensuring that it does not have the chance to fog up. The Anti Fog system is compatible with most types of headsets and safety goggles.
Key Features of Our ExFog Anti Fog Systems
- High-strength polycarbonate body
- Rechargeable battery with micro-USB port
- Variable speed control fan system that operates with minimal noise
- Self-contained and custom mounted
- 5 feet of tubing
- Lightweight and compact at only 2.9 oz
- One-year factory defect warranty
Why Choose ExFog for Anti Fog Solutions?
ExFog is based in America and takes pride in providing a diverse clientele across various industries, including those in manufacturing. Our one-of-a-kind antifog technology allows you to carry out your work without hassle. On top of that, we are able to offer the very best prices to our clients.