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Titanium 9400i Auto-Darkening Welding Helmet From Miller

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[Part# MIL-256177] [Vendor's Part# 256177]

$401.05

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Titanium 9400i Auto-Darkening Welding Helmet From Miller

Product Description

Miller's Innovative Series of Professional Grade Welding Helmets With InfoTrack

Part # MIL-256177
ADF Lens Cutting: #5-8
Welding: #8-13
Light State: #3
Grinding Mode Integrated Grinding Shield
Viewing Area 9.22 sq. in. / 3.85 x 2.38 in (97 x 60 mm)
Sensors 4
Switching Speed  1/20,000 sec.
Sensitivity/Delay Control 0.10 – 1.0 sec.
TIG Rating <5 Amps
Weight 24 oz (680 g)
  • InfoTrack™ - exclusive arc tracking technology
  • Digital controls allow user to easily adjust mode and settings
  • Redesigned headgear features additional adjustability settings for better fit & comfort
  • 3 Year Warranty
  • Integrated grind shield provides 180⁰ field of view while grinding
  • Aluminum heat shield protects the lens in high amperage applications
  • Silver shell reflects heat to keep helmet and user cool
  • Durable shock-absorbing gasket protects lens from drop impact
  • Four Operating Modes - Weld, Cut, Grind and X-Mode
  • Auto-On/Off power control triggers lens at the strike of an arc
  • Auto Sense – feature that sets sensitivity based on environment
  • Quick Release front cover allows convenient access to change front cover lens
  • X-Mode – Can be used in Shades #8 - 13
    • Electromagnetic Arc Sensing eliminates: Sunlight interference - Outdoors, Low-Amperage Lens Opening - TIG, Lens Openings - Pipe/Curves, Obstructed Sensors - Hidden/Cavity Welds
  • Lithium batteries (2) – with solar assist; up to 3,000 hours
  • Meets ANSI Z87.1-2003 (High Impact) standard

What's Included:

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

How's your close up vision? 
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Not sure which Magnifying lens to choose? check out this Technical Focus Paper written by Arc-Zone founder Jim Watson Choosing Welding Helmets and Goggles (.pdf) We think you will find it interesting and informative!

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