Sperian updates welding protection catalogue


Sperian Protection (now part of Honeywell), a leader in personal protective equipment (PPE), has launched an updated welding protection catalogue.

Featuring a fresh and contemporary layout, the new welding protection catalogue provides workplaces with a comprehensive range of safety and product information to assist in choosing the correct protective welding helmet.

The new catalogue showcases the extensive range of Optrel Expert optoelectronic welding helmets.

Made by experts for experts, the Optrel range offers the most innovative and reliable welding helmets available.

Featuring extensive product information and detailed images, as well as informative diagrams and figures, the welding catalogue ensures the best protective helmet is chosen for every function.

An easy to read chart enables readers to easily find the most suitable helmet for their needs, based on amperage and application, the shaded table indicates the correct helmet to use as recommended by the EN 169 standards.

Every helmet in the catalogue features the e600 base helmet shell, which not only offers state of the art design but also ensures maximum levels of comfort and performance. Each e600 helmet features an ergonomic design and is made from high-grade, heat resistant material.

The new catalogue provides a detailed breakdown of the different helmet features, sorted by page, a comprehensive overview of the benefits of each unit along with informative diagrams and images.

Also included is the range of Optrel Expert Spare Parts, as well as the Oprtel Professional range, which includes the Galaxy High Impact helmet and Nova Shade Cartridge.

With reliability, quality and an absolute focus on safety at the core of Optrel’s philosophy, combined with the trusted reliability of the Sperian name, the new welding protection catalogue is guaranteed to offer the highest welding protection options available.

For more information or to order the updated welding protection catalogue contact Sperian Protection.

Sperian Protection
Ph: 1300 139 166

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