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Auto Darkening Welding Helmet, Black/Silver, Black Titan, 9 to 12 Lens Shade
- Item # 3MNZ6
- Mfr. Model # 24701-60
- UNSPSC # 46181703
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1.38 lbs.
- ItemAuto Darkening Welding Helmet
- Lens Shade9 to 12
- Plate Height4-1/2"
- Plate Width5-1/4"
- Viewing Area2-2/5" x 3-4/5"
- SeriesBlack Titan
- Grind ModeNo
- Number of Arc Sensors2
- ADF ControlsAnalog
- Power SourceBattery
- Battery TypeAAA Alkaline
- Electromagnetic SensorYes
- TIG AMP Rating8A
- Switching Speed0.1 microseconds
- FeaturesAll Titan Welding Helmets are Made of Nylon, Which is Lighter Than Fiberglass and Extremely Durable, The Patented Award Winning Design of The Titan Provides The User with A Balanced Lightweight, Economical Welding Helmet
- IncludesADF Module, Ratchet Headgear
- StandardsANSI Z87 + High Impact, CSA-Z94.3
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