POLARIZING TECHNOLOGY IN VISION
Highly functional and indispensable CR-39 polarizing lenses from Raylite
Optical are here to stay. Not just fashion or fad, everyone can benefit from
more relaxed vision, especially those who find themselves working or
enjoying leisure or sporting activities outdoors. CR-39 polarised lenses
protect the eyes from annoying, troublesome and even damaging glare.
What are CR-39 polarised Lenses?
In short, safety, comfort, reliability and durability...
Ray-Lite uses the latest polarizing technology, the polarizer absorbs
unwanted light waves, allowing the light waves essential for viewing objects
clearly to traverse through.
Our polarizing lenses (as opposed to the traditional polarizing filter
sandwich) are increased quality multi-layer hard resin lenses, to be
available as both plano and ophtalmic, filtering 100% of harmful UV,
covering up tp 400nm, coupled with high polarization efficiency and
optimized delamination resistance.
Delamination has been a problem in the past with conventional polarizing
lenses. However, Ray-Lite uses specialized processes to fuse the multi-layer
system of this dynamic lens, which means the polarizer is practically
Of additional advantage, CR-39 polarised Sunglasses is the perfect partner
for sporting activities, as it is particularly impact resistant more than
satisfying FDA 'drop ball test' requirements.
Protect your eyes, reduce glare and improve your view, only polarizing
lenses: Experience Polarview.
High disruptive, glare is essentially reflected light waves, but is also the
most fatiguing and stressful form of light for the eyes, especially
outdoors. This glare needs to be reduced or eliminated by filtering it from
view. Annoying glare bounces off smooth surfaces of all kinds, impacting our
lives in a number of ways. Not only is it uncomforatble and obstructs
vision, but glare can also be extremely hazardous, especially when on the
Normally light waves travel freely, vibrating in all directions, even after
rebounding off surfaces. However, reflected light from smooth/flat surface
is horizontally concentrated in a non-arbitarary, uniform manner. This
polarized light vibrates in parallel planes and thus appears as glare,
causing both fatigue and eyestrain. Valuable information about objects to be
viewed is lost in the glare and haze; colour, shape and size are often