Welding Glass (12 pcs)

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A welding glass, also known as a welding lens or welding filter, is a specialized protective eyewear designed for use by welders to shield their eyes from intense light and harmful radiation produced during welding processes. Typically made of a tinted or shaded glass, welding glasses filter out ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) radiation, as well as visible light, to provide adequate protection for the welder’s eyes. The level of shading in welding glass is specified by a shade number, with higher numbers indicating greater protection against intense light. Welding glasses are a crucial safety measure to prevent eye injuries and conditions such as arc eye or welder’s flash, which can result from exposure to the intense light generated during welding.

1. Size:108x50x3mm

2. DIN standard.


Welding Glass Uses

  1. Eye Protection during Welding: The primary purpose of welding glass is to protect the welder’s eyes from the intense light, ultraviolet (UV) radiation, and infrared (IR) radiation produced during welding. Failure to use proper eye protection can lead to conditions such as arc eye or welder’s flash, which are essentially burns to the cornea caused by exposure to the welding arc.
  2. Preventing Vision Damage: Prolonged exposure to welding arcs without proper eye protection can cause serious eye injuries, including damage to the cornea, retina, and surrounding tissues. Welding glass helps prevent short-term discomfort and long-term damage to the welder’s vision.
  3. Compliance with Safety Regulations: Occupational safety regulations often mandate the use of welding glass or other suitable eye protection during welding operations. Employers are typically required to provide appropriate safety equipment to ensure the well-being of workers.
  4. Different Welding Processes: Welding glasses are used in various welding processes, including arc welding (such as stick welding, MIG welding, and TIG welding), oxy-fuel welding, and plasma cutting. The specific shade of the welding glass may vary depending on the intensity of the light generated by the particular welding process.
  5. Metal Fabrication and Construction: Welding is a common technique in metal fabrication and construction. Welding glass is used by welders in these industries to ensure their safety while joining and fabricating metal components.
  6. Automotive Repairs: Welding is often employed in automotive repairs, such as fixing exhaust systems, chassis components, or body panels. Welding glass protects the eyes of mechanics and technicians working on these tasks.
  7. Shipbuilding and Offshore Industries: Welding is a critical process in shipbuilding and offshore construction. Welding glass is essential for the safety of workers involved in these industries where exposure to welding arcs is common.
  8. DIY and Home Welding Projects: Individuals engaged in do-it-yourself (DIY) welding projects at home should also use welding glass to protect their eyes. Whether it’s a small repair or a hobbyist project, proper eye protection is crucial.
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Safety Measures and precautions

  1. Select the Correct Shade: Choose the appropriate shade of welding glass for the specific welding process. The shade number depends on factors such as welding current, arc voltage, and the welding process being used. Refer to welding safety guidelines and standards to determine the suitable shade for the job.
  2. Inspect the Welding Glass: Before use, inspect the welding glass for any cracks, scratches, or other damage. Damaged welding glass may compromise its ability to protect your eyes adequately. Replace any defective welding glass immediately.
  3. Wear Additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): While welding glass protects the eyes, it is not the only PPE required for welding. Wear other necessary safety gear, including flame-resistant clothing, welding gloves, and a welding helmet to provide comprehensive protection.
  4. Ensure a Proper Fit: Ensure that the welding glass is securely and properly fitted into a welding helmet or welding goggles. A secure fit prevents accidental exposure of the eyes to welding arcs.
  5. Check for Welding Helmet Integrity: If you are using a welding helmet, inspect it for any damage or malfunction. Ensure that the helmet’s auto-darkening feature, if applicable, is working correctly. A malfunctioning helmet can lead to inadequate eye protection.
  6. Maintain a Safe Distance: Position yourself at a safe distance from the welding arc to minimize exposure. The distance may vary based on the welding process and equipment used. Follow recommended safety guidelines regarding the appropriate working distance.
  7. Use Screens or Curtains: Install welding screens or curtains to create a barrier between the welding area and other workers. This helps protect nearby individuals from exposure to welding arcs and sparks.
  8. Ventilation: Ensure proper ventilation in the welding area to disperse fumes and gases generated during welding. Adequate ventilation contributes to a healthier work environment.
  9. Training and Education: Provide proper training to welders on the correct use of welding glass, including the importance of wearing it consistently during welding operations. Educate them about potential hazards and safe work practices.
  10. Regular Eye Exams: Schedule regular eye examinations for welders to monitor and address any eye health concerns. Prolonged exposure to welding arcs can have long-term effects on vision, so early detection of eye issues is essential.
  11. First Aid and Emergency Procedures: Be familiar with first aid procedures for eye injuries and have an emergency response plan in place. In case of an eye injury, seek medical attention promptly.


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