3M Speedglas™ 9100 FX Air Flip Up Welding Helmet
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3M™ Speedglas™ 9100 FX Air Welding Helmet, without welding filter
Introducing the 9100 FX Air welding mask from 3M. The robust and comfortable welding helmet features an all-new suspension that profiles your head shape for a secure and stable fit. It is a lightweight and durable helmet, with a high impact rating for added piece of mind.
This 3M welding helmet is compatible with all 9100 series welding filters and 3M Adflo PAPR backpacks.
Appropriate filters are available:
817-9340 is a 3M Speedglas ™ 9100 V standard auto dark welding filter
817-9343 is a 3M Speedglas ™ 9100 X large auto dark welding filter
817-9347 is a 3M Speedglas ™ 9100 XX extra large auto dark welding filter
188-9546 is a 3M Speedglas ™ 9100 XXi extra large auto dark welding filter
Features and Benefits
Welding helmet 9100 FX Air with headband, without filter
Flip-up mask for quick visibility
Fits with 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter Series
9100 filter (passive or auto-darkening), to be ordered separately.
Possible to lock-in the light state, e.g when grinding.
This helmet should be paired with an appropriate filter
For maximum safety and comfort, make it a habit to check your equipment regularly.
Be sure to replace worn out or damaged parts.
Welding helmets, or welding hoods, are essential personal protection equipment wherever arc welding takes place. The helmet has advantages over goggles in that they also protect the face and neck from flash sparks, and can even serve as face protection PPE when grinding. The 3M™ Speedglas™ 9100 FX Air Welding Helmet is designed to be fitted with auto-darkening lenses.
Auto-darkening lenses have advantages over static polarized viewing lenses, in that you can see as normal when not welding without having to adjust your mask. The viewing lens only darkens in response to the light given off from arc welding. In many countries, an auto-darkening welding mask is an industry safety requirement wherever welding equipment is used, and they are regarded as a standard piece of safety equipment for welders.
What are the disadvantages of auto-darkening welding masks, compared with fixed-darkness masks?
There are two main types of welding mask- those that have a fixed-darkness viewing portal, and those that have an auto-darkening viewing portal. Fixed darkness usually have a flip-up face shield, so that you can see normally when you are not welding, and then nod your head to put the mask in place once you are ready to weld.
Auto-darkening helmets use a polarizing filter that automatically prevents harmful flash burn to the user. This has the advantage that the wearer does not have to adjust their helmet for working, saving them time and effort. As they do not need to be adjusted, they reduce the risk of exposure to harmful light.
The main disadvantage of a darkening welding helmet is that they are often more expensive than their fixed-darkness counterparts. It is important to choose the welding mask that is best suited to the job at hand.
817-9362 is a heat reflecting silver cover
817-9356 is a visor plate (pack of 5)
188-9677 is an outer protection plate
188-9686 is a inner cover plate
188-9678 is an outer protection plate
188-9685 is a visor plate
188-9688 is an outer protection plate
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