Welding helmets and helmet assemblies cover a welder’s face to protect against sparks, extreme heat, flash burns and retina burns caused by UV and infrared light. Welding helmet assemblies include a shroud, which covers the welder’s neck and upper torso, and a welding helmet. Welding helmets have large viewings lenses that can be passive or auto-darkening. Auto-darkening lenses automatically adjust in the presence of UV and infrared light. They improve visibility and protect the welder from retina burns and vision loss.
Welding helmet parts and accessories are used for equipment maintenance and repair. Replacement cover plates, headgear, retainers and spider clips are available for different types of welding helmets. Duct, inner shell and welding shield clip assemblies include multiple components for simple part replacement. A wide variety of kits also contain sets of supplies, such as adapters, cover plates, shields and sweatbands.
Welding helmet lenses, filters and plates are used to protect a welder's eyes from harmful radiation, heat, sparks and debris. Welding helmet lenses are filtered to improve visibility and protect against retina burns and vision loss caused by UV and infrared light. They can be passive, which means they have a fixed filter shade, or they can be auto-darkening. Auto-darkening lenses automatically adjust in the presence of UV and infrared light."