Are you always ready to tackle the next welding work? When you want a wonderful welding headgear for the work handy, the Jackson Safety and security SmarTIGer Variable Auto Darkening Welding Headgear with Balder Innovation is a terrific choice. The W40 Collection sets a brand-new requirement for welding hood performance. It's an advanced ADF with Balder Innovation, a revered name in the welding globe. Whether you're making purchasing selections for an organisation, you're a significant independent welder or a committed weekend warrior, the Jackson Safety and security SmarTIGer Auto Darkening Welding Headgear with Balder Innovation helps you do the job right. It has a superior angle of sight, improved presence and color acknowledgment and a variable shade (9-13) with flexible sensitivity (some claim "automobile dimming") and opening dead time. The light-weight, comfy welding mask has a smooth, rounded border, so you will use it easily. The curved front cover plate supplies lowered heat build-up and much better reflections (angular dependence) and fogging compared to HSL-100. In addition, the wind resistant covering is made for much better fume deflection compared to the HSL-100.
The Jackson Safety ADF has a variable shade range from 9 to 13 to shield and protect the wearer's eyes from radiant energy during welding (mig welding, tig welding, arc welding)
It's equipped with sensitivity and delay settings for adaptability for different environments and task durations. Enjoy enhanced visibility and color recognition
Lightweight, high-density plastic shell protects your face, forehead, neck & ears from sparks; Aerodynamic curved front cover plate offers reduced heat built-up, reflections & fogging (vs. HSL-100)
Meets ANSI/ISEA Z87.1+2010 standard for high mass impact protection and welding use, and DIN Plus requirements for production quality
Comes with three headgear adjustments for the configurability to suit a variety of welders and welding tasks and is compatible with magnification filters and hard hats (both sold separately)