Welding Helmet Auto

Aug 25, 2011

Getting a Custom Welding Helmet

In the same way that people love to personalize their cars and clothes by getting them custom-made, welding helmets can likewise be customized. Although there are many types of designs and features offered by both standard and auto darkening welding helmets, you can still get your own custom welding helmet at a reasonable price.

When you are getting one, it is important to know what specific features you would like your welding helmet to have. There are several companies and suppliers that are willing to take on customers’ unique preferences and you can check out internet websites too. Anyway, among the things people normally take into consideration when getting a custom welding helmet is color, design style, size of the viewing area and shade. You will also have to choose between the old standard helmet that is non-electronic and the one that’s gaining more popularity these days – auto darkening welding helmets.

When it comes to color, most welding helmets are made in black. There are many designs available too but they don’t come in just any color. Red and blue are also getting quite popular. You can choose a certain helmet type and get it in another color. A lively, noticeable color like green or yellow is quite a good choice, especially if you want to find your helmet easily. You can adopt design styles from existing helmets or try to design one yourself. Just be sure to explain it clearly – draw it if you could. You might also want to customize the viewing area of your helmet – a good viewing size is at least 2” x 4”. Finally, consider an adjustable shade of about 9-14 and consider your preferences for adjusting delay, arc sensing as well as other features.

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