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Welding Helmets

Welding helmets shield the wearer's face and neck from sparks, weld spatter, and radiation. UV and infrared light, which can harm the cornea, are blocked by dark lenses. Passive welding helmets screen UV light, which is harmful to the eyes. Passive lenses need welders changing the darkening level when duties and welding kinds vary, therefore they are often used for infrequent welding or when the same welding shade is required for extended periods of time. Auto-darkening welding helmets contain a lens that detects the desired welding shade within a range and adjusts accordingly for the application. When welding kinds and surroundings vary often, auto-darkening helmets are commonly utilized.