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Welding Helmets

A welding helmet protects the eyes, face and neck from flash burn, sparks, heat, ultraviolet and infrared light. It includes a window covered with a filter called a lens shade that is a screen allowing the wearer to see clearly, even when the mask is pulled down to cover the face. Passive lenses and auto-darkening lenses are different types of protection offered against ultraviolet and infrared light. There are also options for fixed or variable shade, the number of sensors used, and viewing size, all of which can increase welding productivity, weld quality and operator comfort.

Welding Helmets: Articles

The Critical Role of Next Generation Welding Helmets

More comfort. Improved safety. Higher productivity. Better weld quality. Reduced costs. Increased bottom line. This is only the beginning of the reasons why metal fabricators should stay updated on new helmet technologies. There’s more.

More comfort. Improved safety. Higher productivity. Better weld quality. Reduced costs. Increased...

Sight for Sore Eyes

With Video

Clearly, the right auto-darkening helmet boosts productivity and quality. Here’s how optical clarity defines helmet performance by providing users with vital eye protection and the ability to fully see the work . . . and that’s when work is done best.

Clearly, the right auto-darkening helmet boosts productivity and quality. Here's how optical...
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