Honeywell, the big American conglomerate based in New Jersey, has completed its acquisition of Sperian Protection for about $1.4 billion. The operations of the French company, which has a big safety eyewear division, will be integrated into Honeywell's automation and control solutions' Life Safety division. Honeywell bid for the company at €117 per share resulted in 97.48 percent of the shares being tendered, and Honeywell is giving the remaining shareholders until Sept. 24 to hand over theirs. In August, Essilor International, Ginette Dalloz and Société Civile Familiale Dalloz sold 28.28 percent of the capital and 27.53 percent of the voting rights in Sperian to Honeywell, representing all their shares in the company, previously known as Bacou-Dalloz.