Post: Innovative Welding Lenses: Phillips Safety’s Wide Range of Colors

Innovative Welding Lenses: Phillips Safety’s Wide Range of Colors

Welding is a highly skilled and demanding profession that requires the right equipment to perform the job safely and effectively. One of the most important pieces of equipment a welder can have is the right welding lens

When it comes to welding lenses, there is no “one size fits all” solution. Different welding jobs require different welding lenses, and it’s crucial to have access to a variety of options. 

At Phillips Safety, there are several types of welding lenses available, each with its unique characteristics and benefits. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at each welding lens available at Phillips Safety and how it can enhance your welding experience while keeping you safe.

WELDING LENSES COLORS:

Athermal Green Welding Lenses

Our Green welding lenses, also known as Athermal Green, are designed to provide excellent visibility while also offering protection against harmful UV and infrared radiation. Imported from Europe and constructed with the finest optical quality material available, this high-quality welding lens is made of glass. With extreme durability, it provides true HD optics, excellent clarity, and maximum protection.

These lenses are available in shades 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 14, and are available in circular 50mm lenses as well as small (2 x 4.25) and large (4.5 x 5.25) sizes. In addition, all of our Green Welding lenses meet ANSI Z87.1 and CSA Z94.3 safety standards.

Gold Welding Lenses

Our Gold welding lenses are designed to reflect most of the heat from welding, providing added physical comfort while you work. In other words, these Gold welding lenses offer the best benefits that the Green provides, including protection from all three types of radiation present in welding, but also add 90% Infrared Reflection, reducing the heat exposure to the welder’s eyes. This also reduces eye strain, thanks to the same reflective surface.

Made in Europe, and scratch resistant, these lenses are available in shades 9, 10, 11, 12, and 14, and are available in small (2 x 4.25) and large (4.5 x 5.25) sizes.

AlloWeld Glass Welding Lenses

Our AlloWeld Glass welding lenses are specially designed to combine infrared and ultraviolet protection with flare-reducing and contrast-enhancing earth metals. 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 (2 x 4.25) and large (4.5 x 5.25) 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.

Super Blue Drop-In Lens

Our Super Blue drop-in lens is made of blue polycarbonate that blocks the yellow/orange line of the visible spectrum (589-600nm), improving your clarity of vision by greatly reducing the brightness of the arc and eliminating yellow flare. 

Two out of the three kinds of wave energies that you must protect against when welding are blocked by standard green lenses: the invisible yet harmful Ultraviolet (UV) and Infrared (IR). However, the bright and painful Visible Light wave spectrum is not fully eliminated by standard green welding filters, and that’s where the Super Blue Drop-In works great, providing a safe and improved resulting view.

Designed to be used in addition to your standard green welding lens, this lens is available in a small (2 x 4.25) size.

Super Magenta Drop-In Lens

Our Super Magenta drop-in lens is designed to reduce glare and enhance the color and visual clarity of your work. Like our Super Blue lens, this lens is designed to be used in addition to your standard green welding lens. This lens is available in both small (2 x 4.25) and large (4.5 x 5.25) sizes.

Clear Glass Cover Plate

Our Clear Glass Cover Plate is made of a high-quality material that offers superior protection from dust, weld spatter, and impact. They are designed to fit into your welding helmet to provide added protection for your welding lenses. 

Phillips Safety’s Clear Glass Cover lenses have a small (2 x 4.25) rectangular shape and fit most brand name helmets.

Neotherm Cobalt Blue Lens

Our Cobalt Blue welding lenses, also known as Neotherm, were designed specifically for use in furnace and molten metal observation. Neotherm is commonly used in foundries, steelworks, glassworks, and in fiberglass and ceramics plants. They can also be used for brazing and torching or anywhere eye protection is required while observing high temperature processes. 

These lenses are available in shades 4, 5, 6, and 8, and are available in circular 50mm lenses as well as small (2 x 4.25) and large (4.5 x 5.25) sizes.

Welding Magnifier Lens

Our Welding Magnifier is a high-quality magnifier lens for welding made of clear polycarbonate. They are durable and designed to fit into your welding helmet to provide added magnification for precision welding work. Plus, they feature an anti-scratch coating. Available in a small (2 x 4.25) rectangular shape, these magnifiers are available in magnifications of 0.75, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.25, and 2.50.

At Phillips-Safety, we understand that every welding job is different, and that’s why we offer a wide range of welding lenses in different colors and sizes to meet your specific needs. Whether you’re looking for added comfort, enhanced clarity, or improved protection, we have the welding lenses you need to get the job done right. Contact us today to learn more about our welding lenses and find the perfect fit for your welding needs.

If you still aren’t sure which welding lenses are right for you, it’s a good idea to give us a call at 1-866-575-1307 or talk to us through our chat or e-mail us at service@phillips-safety.com

Our welding experts will be able to tell you what you need for your application.

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