3M Speedglas™ Welding Helmet, 73 x 107mm Lens
- 9100 XX
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|Aantal stuks||Per stuk|
|1 +||€ 546,45|
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 (side windows) with filter 9100XX
Introducing the 9100 XX welding mask from 3M, this all-new suspension profiles your head shape for a secure and stable fit. Precision welding is essential as well as demanding, but with the Speedglas 9100 XX, it not only protects your eyes and face whilst providing an accurate peripheral view.
The makeup of the 9100 XX is lightweight and durable that has a high impact rating. The Speedglas auto-darkening filter offers improved optics allowing you to easily recognise colours that may help you focus on your welding set, welding techniques and inspecting. The Speedglas protects you fully against Ultraviolet (UV) and Infrared (IR) radiation at all times. With seven dark shade levels for various types of welding from, Gas, to microplasma, low amp tig, to standard MIG and TIG welding.
Features and Benefits
Variable dark shade 5, 8, 9-13 for most types of arc welding.
Possible to lock-in any shade, e.g. in the light state 3 when grinding. Delay function to set the dark-to-light opening time.
Switching time (light-dark) 0.1 ms. The sensitivity of arc detection can be adjusted for unsurpassed Switching reliability
Tack welding comfort mode help minimize eye strain during extended tack welding applications
Ergonomically designed head suspension
Compatible with most 3M™ Safety Spectacles and/or 3M™ Disposable or Reusable Welding Particulate Respirators.
Compatible with most 3M Disposable & Reusable Respirators
Powered & supplied air compatible models also available
Welding helmet 9100 without side windows, with 3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-darkening Filter 9100XX.
Designed to offer protection whilst carrying out different types of welding:
Shade 5 for gas welding
Shade 8 for microplasma and low amp TIG
Shade 9 to 13 for standard MIG and TIG
What are the disadvantages of auto-darkening welding masks, compared with fixed-darkness masks?
There are two main types of welding mask- those that have a fixed-darkness viewing portal, and those that have an auto-darkening viewing portal. Fixed darkness usually have a flip-up face shield, so that you can see normally when you are not welding, and then nod your head to put the mask in place once you are ready to weld.
Auto-darkening helmets use a polarizing filter that automatically prevents harmful flash burn to the user. This has the advantage that the wearer does not have to adjust their helmet for working, saving them time and effort. As they do not need to be adjusted, they reduce the risk of exposure to harmful light.
The main disadvantage of a darkening welding helmet is that they are often more expensive than their fixed-darkness counterparts. It is important to choose the welding mask that is best suited to the job at hand.
|Lens Size||73 x 107mm|
|Auto Darkening Lens||Yes|