Welding helmets are an essential and critical accessory of any welder’s Personal Protective Equipment. Helmets should be worn throughout the welding process to protect the eyes and face from the harmful radioactive lights and heat produced. All helmets should conform to ANSI Z87-2003 standards. Miller company produces some of the best welding helmets in the industry. It offers a wide collection of helmets to suit various welding applications and personal preference.
|Miller Helmet||Viewing Area||Warranty||Price||Buy Now|
|Miller Welding Helmet, Shade 3 And 8-12||5-1/5 Sq. In.||True Blue Warranty||$||Check Prices|
|Miller Welding Helmet Digital Performance||7.22 Sq. In||True Blue Warranty||$$||Check Prices|
|Miller Welding Helmet Digital Elite||7.22 Sq. In||True Blue Warranty||$$$||Check Prices|
|Miller Welding Helmet Infinity Series Lithium 5A||13.4 Sq. In.||True Blue Warranty||$$$||Check Prices|
|Miller Welding Helmet, Silver Titanium 9400||9.22 Sq. In. Viewing Area||True Blue Warranty||$$$||Check Prices|
Different welding applications require different helmets. It is important to choose the right helmet for the type of welding one is working upon. Miller’s helmets have basically the same features, but the level of technology used brings the structural difference and consequently the difference in their efficiency. The helmets may have passive or auto-darkening filters, fixed or variable shades, with two, three or more sensors. Some are X-mode enabled and have electromagnetic arc sensors to protect against the interference of sunlight while working on outdoor projects, or on low-amperage TIG, pipes, curves and hidden areas. Other helmets have Info Track which features arc time, timer functions, digital clock and multi-language help menu.
In the section below, the difference and descriptive features of some of Miller’s classic and digital series helmets are discussed.