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3M welding shield auto-darkening welding helmet ws-320
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Subject 3M welding shield auto-darkening welding helmet ws-320
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3M Welding Shield Auto-Darkening
Call (***)-284-6992 8:00AM-5:00PM EST 5 DAYS A WEEK for additional info.
Welding Shield Auto-Darkening Welding Helmet - WS320
With the arrival of the 3M Welding Shield WS-320, anyone can afford the benefits of an auto-darkening filter!
The WS-320 welding shield helps provide:
Safety. Helps protect against injuries to the eyes caused by arc welding, including danverous ultraviolet and infrared radiation.
Visibility and precision. Turns dark the moment an arc is struck and light again when welding stops. Auto-darkening filters help ensure that user vision remains consistently clear.
Ergonomic benefits. Eliminates "nodding down" to help reduce neck strain.
In developing the ADF filter, special care has been taken to achieve high optical quality. The result is a strikingly clear view.
The auto-darkening welding filter and the electronic controls are designed for long-lasting reliable use. And, these are backed by one of the best warranties in the market. The 3M Welding Shield Series is an economical, robust and reliable entry level family of welding shields. The WS-Series helps provide safety for welders at an affordable price.
The WS-320 welding shield has three variable dark state levels (Auto-Darkening Filter (ADF) shades 10 - 12) has two user-selectable sensitivity levels for reliable arc detection and has good optical quality for a clear view of the workpiece. It is shade 4 in the light state.
The 3M? Welding Shield WS-320 is for stick, MIG/MAG and for many TIG welding applications. The shield is easy to operate and maintain. The shield is designed to protect the wearer's eyes from harmful radiation, including visible light, ultraviolet radiation (UV) and infrared radiation (IR) resulting from certain welding processes.
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