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Auto dark welding lens /Welding safety lens

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Auto dark welding lenses are a type of lens used in welding helmets. It automatically adjusts the shading to protect the welder’s eyes from the strong light generated during the welding process. The technology gives the welder a clear view when not welding, then automatically dims when the welding arc occurs, providing protection from bright light and UV & IR. This is a vital safety feature for welders as it helps prevent eye fatigue and potential damage during the welding process.

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 Product  Parameter

Optical class 1/1/1/2
Filter dimension尺 108×51×5.2mm(4X2X1/5)
View size 94×34mm
Light state shade #3
Dark state shade Fixed shade DIN11 (Or you can choose other single shade)
Switching time Real 0.25MS
Auto recovery time  0.2-0.5S Automatic 
Sensitivity control Automatic 
Arc sensor 2
Low TIG Amps Rated AC/DC TIG, > 15 amps
UV/IR protection Up to DIN15 at all time
Powered supply Solar Cells & Sealed Lithium battery
Power on/off Full automatic
Operate temp from -10℃--+55℃
Storing temp from -20℃--+70℃
Standard CE EN175 & EN379, ANSI Z87.1, CSA Z94.3
Application range Stick Welding (SMAW); TIG DC∾ TIG Pulse DC; TIG Pulse AC; MIG/MAG/CO2; MIG/MAG Pulse;  Plasma Arc Welding (PAW)

Welding Lens: A Comprehensive Guide and Instruction Manual

Welding is a critical process in various industries, and ensuring the safety of welders is crucial. An important component of welding safety is welding lenses, which protect the welder’s eyes from the bright light and harmful radiation emitted during the welding process. In this comprehensive guide and instruction manual, we’ll explore the different types of welding lenses, their functions, and the importance of using them for welding safety.

Auto dark welding lenses, also known as automatic welding lenses, are very popular among welders due to their advanced technology. These lenses are designed to automatically adjust the darkness level based on the intensity of the welding arc. This feature provides the welder’s eyes with optimal protection from strong light and harmful UV and IR.

When choosing a welding lens, factors such as optical clarity, response time, and the level of protection provided must be considered. Welding safety lenses are available in a variety of shades, with darker shades providing a higher level of glare protection. In addition, some welding lenses are equipped with special coatings to enhance visibility and reduce glare, further improving the welding experience.

It is crucial for welders to understand the importance of using the correct welding lens for each specific welding process. Using the wrong type of lenses or damaged lenses can cause serious eye injury and long-term damage to your vision. Therefore, regular inspection and maintenance of welding lenses is essential to ensure their effectiveness and safety.

In addition to choosing the right welding lenses, proper training and following safety protocols are critical to welding safety. Welders should be educated on the potential hazards of welding and the importance of using personal protective equipment, including welding lenses, to mitigate these risks.

In summary, welding lenses play a vital role in ensuring the safety and well-being of welders. By understanding the different types of welding lenses and their functions, welders can make informed decisions to protect their eyes during the welding process. This comprehensive guide and instruction manual is designed to increase welding safety awareness and the importance of using proper welding lenses for a safe, successful welding experience.

 Product  Advantage

Auto dark welding lenses offer several advantages over traditional passive lenses:

1. Improved safety: Auto dark lenses react almost instantly to arc flashes, protecting welders’ eyes from harmful UV and IR. This reduces the risk of eye strain, eyestrain, and long-term damage.

2. Convenience: With auto dark lenses, welders don’t need to constantly flip the helmet up and down to check work or position electrodes. This saves time and increases productivity.

3. Better Visibility: Auto dark lenses typically feature light-state shades that provide better visibility and accuracy when positioning electrodes and preparing joints for welding. This improves weld quality and reduces rework.

4. Versatility: Auto dark lenses often come in adjustable tints, allowing welders to customize the darkness level based on the welding process, material thickness and ambient light conditions.

5. Comfort: Welders can keep the helmet in the down position during setup and positioning, reducing neck strain and fatigue caused by repeatedly flipping the helmet up and down.

Overall, auto dark welding lenses provide a safer, more efficient, and more comfortable welding experience than traditional passive lenses.

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