AlloWeld Glass Lens is a breakthrough welding lens that is used in place of your regular welding lens. Available both in green and with gold coating, it is composed of optical-quality glass and will improve your vision by reducing the harsh yellow flare that comes from most welding procedures. The AlloWeld practically eliminates the arc during welding, allowing you to see the weld puddle and your work.
These Phillips Safety AlloWeld glass lenses have small and large rectangular shapes, and are available in shades 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 14 for the Green filter, and shades 9, 10, 11, 12, and 14 for the Gold. Please note that this lens is used instead of your current welding lens, so purchase the shade that you normally work with.
The shade number on welding lenses indicates the intensity of light radiation that is allowed to pass through a filter to your eyes. According to OSHA, the higher the shade number, the darker the filter and the less light radiation that passes through the lens.
Our goal at Phillips Safety is to provide customers with welding lenses that provide the highest protection during welding procedures. That being said, our AlloWeld glass lenses start at $275.00, with many options to choose from.
The shipping of welding safety products changes according to its category. Welding safety glasses, for example, usually take between 3 and 5 business days to be shipped. Our welding lens and clip on flip up welding glasses also take between 3 and 5 business days to be shipped. Phillips Safety is committed to getting your order out quickly and efficiently while doing proper quality control.
To choose the right welding safety glasses for you, you must consider the color and IR shade that you need. Your glasses must have filter lenses with a shade number that provides the appropriate level of protection. A shade number indicates the intensity of light radiation that is allowed to pass through a filter lens to one’s eyes. Therefore, the higher the shade number, the darker the filter and the less light radiation that will pass through the lens. To guide you, OSHA’s tables available on this link lists the minimum protective lens shade numbers for commonly used welding and cutting processes.
The best and easiest way to buy AlloWeld glass lenses is online. Companies like Phillips Safety are dedicated to providing the best welding lenses at affordable prices and quick delivery.