UNITY RELIEVE LENSES FROM VSP OPTICS
Unity Relieve single vision lenses alleviate the effects of digital eye strain for patients who use digital devices more than two hours per day. Unity Relieve provide unrestricted distance vision with a slight power addition in the bottom of the lens to provide relief from symptoms such as dry eyes, blurred vision and headaches. Lenses come in two designs: Unity Relieve 50 for mild to moderate digital eye strain symptoms and Unity Relieve 70 for more severe symptoms. All lenses include TechShield Blue anti-reflective coating and are available in CR-39, polycarbonate, Trivex, and high index 1.60, 1.67 and 1.74.
WESTERN OPTICAL SUPPLY’S DIGIOMETER3 DIGITAL PUPILOMETER
The Digiometer3 takes digital vertical pupillary height readings by measuring the distance between pupils and from the eyewire to the pupil. Reflection is bisected vertically or horizontally by utilizing a linear sensor and can also measure the distance from the cornea to the back side of the lens. The Digiometer3 also features a wide-angle LCD numeric readout that is easily visible and user-friendly functions to eliminate operate error and increase measuring accuracy, according to the company.
ENCHROMA CX3 SUN SP LENSES
Designed for “strong protans” (those who are most challenged by color blindness), Enchroma’s Cx3 Sun SP lenses deliver wearers a broader range of clear and vibrant colors. All styles of EnChroma glasses come in blue flash and can be made with Cx3 Sun SP lenses, including Cx3 Sun Outdoor and Cx1 Indoor lenses.
YOUNGER OPTICS’ NUPOLAR LENSES NOW IN MIRROR COATS
NuPolar polarized lenses are now available in three mirror coats: silver, blue and gold mirrors. Mirror coating is applied to semi-finished lenses at the factory to expedite turnaround times. NuPolar Mirror lenses are currently available in digital PAL and SFSV hard resin. SFSV polycarbonate is expected to be available by the end of the year.
IMPROVED CAD-CON 1000 TREATMENT FROM PSI
Used to treat alloy wastewater for safe disposal, Cad-Con 1000 has been reformulated with higher-grade, less-dense chemicals to give Cad-Con a “powder-like” texture that mixes better with wastewater, according to Practical Systems, Inc. (PSI). The new chemicals completely separate treated wastewater from sediment, leaving a clear effluent and distinct sediment layer in the bottom of a bucket or tank, which remains intact to eliminate the need to absorb residual water with either paper or other absorbents. Leftover sediment forms a wet paste that can be scraped and accumulated in a dedicated container.