Conqueror protective eyewear now UL certified

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Conqueror Safety Eyewear—one of Gateway Safety’s newest products—has recently been certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to meet the ANSI Z87.1+ high impact standard. This independent, third-party certification by UL is the extra step Gateway Safety takes to ensure quality and differentiate its products from competing alternatives.

“We demand the best for our customers,” said Matthew Love, Executive Vice President for Gateway Safety. “Earning third-party UL Certification is our way of proving that we stand behind our products’ safety claims one hundred percent.”

Organizations such as UL regularly test Gateway Safety products, including Conqueror safety eyewear, to meet ANSI Z87 standards. They also have the authority to inspect any UL-listed Gateway Safety product or production facility without advance notice—to ensure ongoing compliance with the ANSI Z87.1+ standard.

Due to customer demand, an additional lens color has also been added to the Conqueror line: Blue Mirror, with a black frame.  Superior comfort features include light weight, a soft rubber nosepiece and ergonomic, contoured temple tips that prevent pinching.  Each pair also comes with an adjustable-length retainer to keep Conqueror close for easy retrieval. 

For more information about Gateway Safety or other protective eyewear, click here to go to Utility Products' Buyers Guide.

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