3M Speedglas welding helmet series 9100XXi

Wednesday, 01 June, 2016 | Supplied by: AWS Pty Ltd


The Speedglas auto-darkening welding helmet series 9100XXi from 3M is designed for professional welders who require comfort, protection and performance. Featuring the largest Speedglas welding lens and peripheral Speedglas SideWindows, the helmet provides welders with a large viewing area.

The True-View lens delivers a good degree of definition and natural colour. Shades of blue and red as well as contours and edges are more visible due to improved welding lens optics.

The Grab-and-Go motion detector senses movement and instantly activates the welding lens to the welding setting that was last used.

A One-Touch external button activates grind mode. Another quick push reactivates the auto-darkening welding settings.

Just like the programmed preset stations on a radio, the Set-and-Forget feature allows welders to preset their most frequently used welding helmet settings. By holding down the external button, welders can seamlessly switch between different welding applications without having to reset the welding helmet. Each memory mode has an individual setting for dark shade, switching sensitivity and dark-to-light delay. For example, by holding down the external button, the welder can switch between low-amp TIG and high-amp MIG welding in a matter of seconds.

The 3M Speedglas Welding Helmet Series 9100XXi is available with flip-up functionality, head protection, hearing protection and with powered or supplied air respiratory protection.

For more information, click here.

Online: www.awsi.com.au
Phone: 02 9439 0111
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