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Monster Introduces Auto Darkening Welding Helmet

Monster has released a new auto darkening welding helmet that is equipped with fully adjustable settings for welding applications (MST9801). This nylon helmet only weighs 1.09 lbs., causing less neck strain, less muscle fatigue and can be worn for hours at a time. With a quick light to dark transitioning time of 1/10,000 seconds and an optical rating of 1/1/1/2, Monster wants to make it clear that this helmet is setting the bar in terms of automotive safety gear.

The helmet offers protection from the intense glare of a welding arc, sparks, hot flying particles and other hazardous materials with its solar-powered features, four sensors and easy-to-reach sensitivity and delay knobs. Quickly and easily adjust shading levels from 5-9 grinding and 9-13 for welding operations. Not only is it comfortable, but also well ventilated to reduce fogging.

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Lincoln Electric Releases Camouflage Welding Helmet

Lincoln Electric announced the launch of a stylish new helmet in its VIKING 3350 Series named Born To Weld. The new helmet includes artwork that starts with military camouflage and overlays it with various welding references to create an overall effect that resonates with the gritty, dedicated and hard-working nature of the welding culture.

The VIKING 3350 Born To Weld welding helmet also boasts optic design, 4C Lens Technology, which eliminates blur, distortion and eye strain by reducing color saturation in the liquid crystal display, while also providing a consistent shade at any angle, said the company. This technology scores a perfect 1/1/1/1 rating on the only auto-darkening lens quality standard in the world.

The 12.5-sq.-in. auto-darkening viewing area is one of the largest for this product type industry-wide, making it ideal for a range of industries that use multiple welding processes.

For additional information, visit lincolnelectric.com.