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Miller 281001 Lucky's Speed Shop Digital Elite ClearLight Lens Welding Helmet

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Miller 281001 Lucky's Speed Shop Digital Elite ClearLight Lens Welding Helmet


Miller Digital Elite Welding Helmets has an auto darkening lens that can switch between shade 5-13. This welding helmet comes with a 3 year warranty and also has a newly designed headgear.

 

 



 

  • 5 outside cover lenses
  • 2 inside cover lenses
  • Helmet bag 

 

  

ClearLight™ Lens Technology 

  • Optimizes contrast and clarity in welding and light states
  • 1/1/1/2 optical clarity rating allows for a lighter light state while not welding - keeping the helmet down - maximizing safety and productivity 

 

Four Arc Sensors 

  • Four independent arc sensors provide superior lens response for obstructed or low amp welding 

 

Four Operating Modes

  • Weld, cut, grind and X-Mode provide ultimate versatility 
  • X-Mode prevents sunlight from darkening the lens before welding starts and low-amperage lens opening from obstructed sensors

 

Headgear 

  • Provides extensive adjustability settings and a pivoting top for better fit and comfort

 

Digital Controls

  • Easily allow welders to adjust shade, delay, and sensitivity 

 

Auto-On/Off

  • Lens automatically turns on at the strike of an arc

 

Aluminum Heat Shield

  • Protects the lens in high amperage applications

 

Durable Shock-Absorbing Gasket

  • Protects lens from drop impact 

 

Meets ANSI Z87.1+, CSA and CE Standards

 

 

VIEWING AREA  9.22 sq. in (59.48 sq. cm.)
SHADES
  • Cut: 5-8
  • Weld: 8-13
OPERATING MODES
  • Weld
  • Cut
  • Grind
  • X-Mode
SENSORS 4
TIG RATING 5 amps and below
SWITCHING SPEEDS 1/20,000 sec.
SHELL MATERIAL Nylon
NET WIDTH 10.25"
NET HEIGHT 8.5"
NET LENGTH 12"
NET WEIGHT 18 oz. 

 

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Importance of Eye Protection

Almost a fourth of all welding injuries are due to inadequate eye protection. Even with strict Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules in place, many fail to comply with the requirements.
Whether you're a company looking to cut corners or an individual on a strict budget, it may be tempting to buy a cheaper helmet or eye protection to save money. Purchasing a quality piece of equipment reduces downtime due to injuries and can even increase your visibility and comfort on the jobsite. Helmets like the Miller 281001 Lucky’s Speed Shop Digital Elite welding helmet keep you compliant and help keep your eyes healthy.

Trusting the Miller True Blue Brand

Miller welding products are designed by welders for welders to safeguard against the most common hazards associated with the welding process. The company has been in business for over 80 years and is considered one of the largest manufacturers of welding products in the world.
From manufacturing and construction to motorsports and industrial environments, Miller focuses on innovation, quality and customer service to ensure each product meets the company’s strict standards for excellence. All products bear the Miller brand, including protective eye gear, gloves, welders, plasma cutters, induction heating units, fume extraction machines and training equipment. Most products also carry the True Blue Warranty, which covers both parts and service.

Choosing the Right Welding Helmet

The right welding helmet sits comfortably on your head. It should be lightweight enough that it doesn’t cause discomfort or pressure points. A shade that lifts up while you aren’t welding is helpful to eliminate the need to constantly take the helmet on and off when you're reaching for new materials or between welds. Another option, an auto-darkening shade eliminates the distraction of constantly flipping the shade up and down.
The size of the viewing area is another major consideration when choosing a welding helmet. You want the viewing area to be large enough that you can see and be aware of activities in your environment. Choose a helmet with a replaceable power source. Most are powered by batteries, solar panels or both. Helmets with solar panels extend the life of your battery so you don’t have to replace it as often.

Benefits of Auto-Darkening Lenses

Most of the top brands of welding helmets, like the Miller 281001 Lucky’s Speed Shop Digital Elite welding helmet, have an auto-darkening lens. This comes in handy when you're around flashes that can damage your eyes. Some of the best auto shades have four separate sensors. These sensors detect any flash when you work at different angles. Cheaper helmets with two sensors may not pick up every single flash, which can leave your eyes exposed. Four sensors are generally the fewest necessary to provide maximum protection.

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