We know from personal experience that operating heavy equipment is a dangerous occupation. The men and women who operate these large pieces of machinery work extremely hard and face multiple different hazards daily, depending on the site that they may be on. One of the top 10 complaints we have heard from many different operators concerning safety issues has been sun-glare. Sun-glare exists when the UVa rays from the sun reflects off of glass.
Did you know that spending a day in harsh winter light can be harder on your eyes than a day at the beach? In the state of Georgia winter weather is a different beast than other parts of the country. In the winter, we lose tree coverage and have freezing temperatures at night. On some days our climate gets warm enough to melt any snow that may have fallen the night before. With this freezing and thawing we experience freezing rain and ice most of the winter. Snow and ice reflect nearly 80 percent of the sun’s rays. That means more harmful ultraviolet rays are directed into your eyes.
Our team not only understands the concerns and hazards of heavy equipment operations but can also help reduce the issue of the suns harmful rays. We understand that another issue is that the sun can damage the interior of your equipment . We know that these pieces of equipment are huge investments for your company. Contact us today to learn more about how tinting the windows on your equipment can help retain the value of your investment .