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Welding Helmets

Welding Helmets

Wear these helmets to help safeguard your eyes and face against glare, sparks, spatter, and heat generated during welding. Also known as welding masks, they have a tinted lens that filters out ultraviolet and infrared rays to shield your eyes from burns.

The lens shade number indicates the darkness of the tint, with higher numbers indicating a darker lens and a greater reduction of visible light and glare. Lenses of every shade number provide similar protection from UV and IR rays, so you can select the lens with the shade number that best suits the brightness of your welding arc or flame and the lighting in your welding area.

Auto-Darkening Helmets

Save time, improve productivity, and help eliminate neck discomfort by wearing these auto-darkening helmets, which cover your face and the front part of your neck. They have an electronic auto-darkening filter (ADF) that automatically adjusts the lens' shade level to adapt to different welding processes and materials so you can stay focused and get a clear view of your weld without having to flip up your helmet or reposition your torch. Since they reduce the need to flip up the helmet to inspect the weld, they also help reduce the risk of neck injury that can result from nodding to close a flipped-up helmet.

3M

Medium: Intermediate Lens Reaction Speed

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Light Duty: Up to 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Gamut Approved

High: Professional Lens Reaction Speed

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Light Duty: Up to 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Medium: Intermediate Lens Reaction Speed

Light Duty: Up to 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Honeywell Safety

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Lincoln Electric

High: Professional Lens Reaction Speed

Light Duty: Up to 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Miller

High: Professional Lens Reaction Speed

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Light Duty: Up to 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Medium: Intermediate Lens Reaction Speed

Light Duty: Up to 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Low: Entry-Level Lens Reaction Speed

Light Duty: Up to 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Optrel

High: Professional Lens Reaction Speed

Light Duty: Up to 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Medium: Intermediate Lens Reaction Speed

Light Duty: Up to 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Sellstrom

High: Professional Lens Reaction Speed

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Medium: Intermediate Lens Reaction Speed

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Light Duty: Up to 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Fixed-Shade Helmets

Featuring a fixed-shade lens, these standard helmets are ideal for welders who regularly use the same welding process at the same amperage on the same type and thickness of material. Also known as passive lens helmets, they cover your face and the front part of your neck and can be flipped up so you can inspect your welds between arc strikes.

Gamut Approved

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Honeywell Safety

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Miller

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Sellstrom

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size

Fixed-Shade Hoods

Slip on these durable, heat-resistant hoods for lightweight coverage of your entire head and neck during welding. They are less bulky than helmets, and you can flip up just the shaded lens rather than the whole mask to inspect welds, which is ideal for working in tight spaces and reduces risk of accidental exposure to sparks, heat, and harmful light. Also known as passive lens hoods, they have a fixed-shade lens that is suitable for applications where you regularly use the same welding process at the same amperage on the same type and thickness of material.

Sellstrom

Industrial: Greater than 8 sq. in Lens Viewing Size