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HIGH-IMPACT WELDING HELMETS PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL PROTECTION

13-06-2018
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Cigweld offers a range of professional-grade high-impact helmets that welders can rely on to safeguard their eyes and heads from the dangers of the workshop or worksite.

It’s always worth remembering that you only get one pair of eyes, so it’s worth protecting them from flash burns.

Both the Cigweld ProLite and ProPlus welding helmets, and the Esab Sentinel A50 all offer super-fast automatic darkening technology. And thanks to the inclusion of multiple sensors and variable shades, these helmets are sensitive to changing light, including lower current AC and DC TIG welds where the arc light is less intense, ensuring that protection is combined with maximum visibility.

A simple switch allows operators to choose between welding and grinding modes, so they aren’t plunged into darkness the moment they pick up a grinder.

Built to Australian standards for both impact protection and eye safety, these helmets are also ergonomically designed for operator comfort. Four- or five-point internal headgear ensures that the helmets are comfortable to wear, with the mass evenly distributed.

Cigweld
1300 654 674
www.cigweld.com.au

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