Friday, March 25, 2005
On this day:

I want/need one of these.

Speedglas FlexView:
Ideal For Poor
Lighting Conditions
*The new Speedglas FlexView has a big, 4.75" x 3.6" (120 x 90 mm) clear polycarbonate lens thats ideal for precision weld preparation under low light conditions.
*The user simply lifts up the spring-mounted Speedglas lens assembly for weld prep. The spring holds the auto-darkening lens securely on top of the helmet, giving the welder a big, clear view behind the FlexView protection lens.
*The clear lens allows for precision grinding and cleaning, the careful alignment of electrodes and the inspection of newly-completed welds-all with constant eye and face protection, even in the darkest workshop.
*The clear lens meets the ANSI Z87.1 industrial eye and face protection standard, which does not recommend "filter or tinted lenses that restrict light transmittance" when chipping or grinding (American National Standard Z87.1-1989, page 16, Selection Chart, Impact Protectors).
*Impact resistant, primary eye protection, spectacles or goggles that meet current ANSI specifications, must be worn at all times when using any welding helmet.
*Speedglas FlexView in a "Breathable" Helmet
*The FlexView system is the only product to offer users a clear visor combined with a "breathable," CO2-reducing helmet: the Speedglas 9000 Series.
The helmet's four aerodynamically designed exhaust vents have been proven to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2), heat, and humidity. As a result, users feel more energetic and clear-headed all day long.


Blogger carrie said...

totally tubular, dude.
you would so rule with one of those.

6:43 AM  
Blogger opforsoldier said...

That is without a doubt a kick ass piece of equipment. Well I have not done much welding I would think with a helmet like that I would be more willing to get in there and learn some more.

7:02 AM  

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