Welding safety products are an essential part of welding, as they protect the eyes, skin, and head from dangerous rays. Invisible rays like ultraviolet (UV) and infrared radiation (IR) are generated during welding processes, which can damage the eyes and cause serious health problems. If you’re not wearing the right welding glasses, for example, you could suffer from cataracts and cloudy vision, which can prevent you from doing your job safely.
As a result, welders need special welding glasses. These glasses or goggles are designed to shield the eyes from UV and infrared rays. They come with a shade and filtering systems that allow you to choose the level of protection you need. This means that you can opt for a high-grade lens that can block all light sources, or choose one that blocks just one type of light.
Welders also wear helmets to help protect the eyes from flying particles and sparks, and they can be a good way to avoid accidents. When choosing a helmet, you should pick one that offers a snug fit. Also, you should ensure that it comes with welding safety lenses. Besides protecting the face from flying particles and sparks, the welding safety lens is an additional layer of protection.
You can also find other products designed specifically for welders. At Phillips Safety you can get a pair of clip-on flip-up welding glasses, which can be attached to your regular glasses. Plus, we offer options that can be attached directly onto your helmet, or hard hat. There are also a great variety of welding lenses, as well as window sheetings.
Besides eye protection, you should always keep in mind that you should choose your clothing properly. For example, you should wear a heat resistant jacket to keep your body warm and prevent burn injuries. In addition, you should choose gloves that will protect your hands.
Nevertheless, the most important instrument a welder needs is the welding lens. A welding lens is designed to shield the eyes from debris, including infrared and UV rays. It also blocks the bright lights that are created by the torch. The many varieties of welding lenses available at Phillips Safety include alloweld lenses, athermal green, clear, cobalt blue, gold, super blue drop in, super magenta drop in, not to mention welding magnifier lenses. Moreover, you can choose from several shades. Generally, the darker the lens, the more protection it will give you from invisible rays.
Many of our welding safety glasses are also available with adjustable temple bars for increased comfort. These sunglasses are also made of impact-resistant polycarbonate and are perfect for industrial workers. On top of that, they are designed for a variety of environments. So, whether you’re in a dark room, an open air environment, or a bright sunlit workspace, you’re sure to find a pair that suits your needs.
Don’t hesitate to check out our collection of welding safety products. We are confident that you will find the perfect solution for your needs with the features and specifications you want. If you need help or more information about our products, we are just one click away: talk to us through our chat, e-mail us at email@example.com, or call us at 1-866-575-1307.
The shade number on welding glasses 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.
For solar eclipse observation, welding shade 14 is the only approved and recommended by NASA. Ultimately, these solar eclipse glasses block 99 percent of ultraviolet light and 97 percent of infrared radiation. All lens material used for Phillips Safety’s solar eclipse glasses has been certified to be Shade 14 by DIN Certo, Class 1 by notified body 0196 CE. In addition, they meet all Transmission Requirements as specified by ISO 12312-2:2015 for direct solar observation.
Our goal at Phillips Safety is to provide customers with welding safety glasses that provide the highest protection during welding procedures. That being said, our welding safety glasses start at $40.00, with many options to choose from. Added features such as lens coatings can bring up the price of your safety glasses. However, these features are provided at the best price in the market.
Yes, they do. Our welding safety products meet rigorous safety standards, with the majority of the frames being ANSI Z87.1 approved. In addition, we also offer options that meet EN 166 safety standards.
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. For more information about the estimated delivery time for our welding windows, please contact us on our chat, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 1-866-575-1307. Phillips Safety is committed to getting your order out quickly and efficiently while doing proper quality control.
Yes, you can. If your welding safety glasses have replacement side shields or replacement nose pads, those will be listed in our “Frame Parts” category, under the “Accessories” menu.
Yes, you can. If your welding safety products have any extra accessories or replacement parts, those will be listed in our “Frame Parts” category, under the “Accessories” menu.
Yes, they do. All safety glasses at Phillips Safety come with a case for their protection.
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 welding glasses is online. Companies like Phillips Safety are dedicated to providing the best welding glasses at affordable prices and quick delivery.