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Welding Helmets: An Important Piece of Safety Equipment

The risk of injuries on welding jobs can be dramatically lessened by the wearing of welding helmets.

Welding helmets are essential pieces of safety equipment if you are concerned at all about accident prevention on the job. They do a great job of cutting down on workplace accidents and should be an important part of your protective gear.

If you are new to the world of welding, you might appreciate some basic information about welding helmets.


About Welding Helmets

What are welding helmets and what do they do?

Welding helmets are safety head gear that shield and protect the operator from injury. They greatly reduce the risk of accidents and help protect the eyes, neck and face from the sometimes invisible but always harmful heat, ultraviolet or infrared rays and sparks associated with welding jobs.

There are two main parts of a welding helmet:

  • The protective helmet
  • The window that allows the operator to see

When shopping for welding helmets, you should make your selections based on a variety of factors, including:

  • Quality of lens shade, or window
  • Comfort
  • Functionality

Old fashioned welding helmets had lens shades that flipped up and down. Someone would flip the window down while welding and then up again between welds. Needless to say, this was an inconvenient way of going about protecting yourself during a welding job; particularly a lengthy one or when working in cramped laces such as beneath a vehicle.

Nowadays, much improvement has been made in welding helmets and a wearer is able to tackle jobs with a lot more comfort and user friendliness.

The lens shade is perhaps the most critical piece of a welding helmet, with the darkness range or rating in direct correspondence to the output of energy from your welding torch. You can use a fixed eye shade if you always work with the same types of metal and welding torch amperage. But, if a wide range of materials and energy outputs, a variable lens shade will be your best bet as it will sense what you are working on and darken according.

These are called auto darkening helmets. The fixed lens welding helmets are called passive helmets.

Obviously, for something as important as protecting your eyes, face and neck; you want a high quality welding helmet that has the features you need based on how you intend to use it. You can get premium quality welding helmets at everyday low prices from Get Tools Direct.


Get Tools Direct Has Welding Helmets

Get Tools Direct has been serving the Sunshine Coast for more than 20 years and is now a designated National Retailer - able to serve all of Australia and offer you high quality welding helmets, along with other safety equipment, tools and thousands of other products - at greatly reduced prices that won't send you into sticker shock.

You can shop and buy online and get speedy, direct to your door delivery. Most orders have same day dispatch and shipping to the Sunshine Coast is free!

Get Tools Direct has built a sterling reputation based on highest quality products, unparalleled customer service and a commitment to bring the best tools at the lowest prices to the working people of Australia.

Start shopping now and get welding helmets at low prices from Get Tools Direct!

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