We’ve been manufacturing this industry favorite since 1984. Its flawless performance, proprietary design and construction have made it the most popular glass bead frame warmer on planet earth. The injection molded housing allows for a small footprint on your counter but a large bath inside.
Hot Box Frame Warmer features:
HOT: Maximum temperature 350°F
BIG: Inner pan dimensions 9" W x 2-3/4" H x 5" D
CLEAN: Recessed pan is sealed in place so that glass beads will not spill onto countertop
LONG LIFE: Electrical components are shielded from glass bead spills
PLUS: Adjustable temperature control, indicator light, 4’ grounded power cord and rubber feet
There are many reasons to check for stress in mounted lenses. Too much stress on a lens may not manifest itself until the day your patient exits a warm office building into sub-freezing temperatures and the lens implodes. Aside from viewing stress patterns you can determine axis in polarized lenses. This is a compact bench top model that you can hold in your hand. Operates using two AA batteries (included). 2-3/4" W x 2-3/4" H x 4" D.
This is the added dimension in customer care. A three minute soak in this ultrasonic bath will rejuvenate eyewear. High intensity scrubbing power lifts dirt and grime from eyewires, around nose pads and frame surfaces. Three minute automatic shut-off and stainless steel tank. 42,000Hz energy wave output frequency at 35 watts. ETL approved. Outer housing: 5-1/2" W x 5" H x 8" D. Tank: 3-3/4" W x 1-5/8" H x 6" D. 115 volts.
A handy way to mate the curve of the eyewire to the curve of the lens bevel.
The “ECP” spans the eyewire to press the base curve into the top and bottom of the eyewire simultaneously. Place the eyewire between the matching 6 or 9 base curved blocks and screw snug. The “ECP” can also be used to narrow the bridge for a better fit and to reduce the frame DBL. 3" W x 7.5" H x 3.25" D.
"Trade shows present the opportunity to introduce new tools as well as exhibiting old standards. The plier for changing the eyewire’s base curve is one of those standards. Often when selling this plier the client would comment about what is really needed is a plier that is going to bend the eyewire in the same area on both the top and the bottom. Well, any plier I designed to bridge the distance and be strong enough to withstand the pressure on the cantilevered parallel action jaws was impractically large. Instead, I developed a table top model. I would suggest mounting the “ECP” to your counter top for stability, gently heating your eyewire and holding it in position between the two matching base curved blocks as it cools."