Sellstrom Durable Nylon, 2" x 4 1/4" Lift Front Retainer, Flip Front Adapter, Welding Helmet, Black, 6 x 3.3 x 2.2 inches, S27300
- Assembled 2" x 4 1/4" lift front retainer - passive filter plate, ADF sold separately
- Ability to add lift front retainer to your favorite welding helmet; Sellstrom, Fiber Metal, Jackson Safety, Hobart etc.…
- Retainer includes all necessary parts for assembly: (2) screws, polycarbonate cover plate, filter gasket and back spring
- Includes 2 small lift-up finger handles on for easy lift
- Manufactured using durable nylon - Made in the USA
Ability to add lift front retainer to your favorite welding helmet; Sellstrom, Fiber Metal, Jackson Safety, Hobart etc. Retainer includes all necessary parts for assembly: (2) screws, polycarbonate cover plate, filter gasket and back spring. Includes 2 small lift-up finger handles on for easy lift. Manufactured using durable nylon - Made in the USA.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : 不是
- 商品尺寸 : 15.24 x 8.38 x 5.59 cm; 176.9 克
- 制造商 : SELLSTROM
- ASIN : B01ETGEX6M
- 型号 / 款式 : S27300
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There is a double puddle or almost like a glare when you’re welding with it. I’ve heard some people complain about it and i experienced that too. Not terrible but it is noticeable especially once you do notice it lol.
It does add quite a bit of weight and it’s harder to keep it from falling down when you’re not welding and still wearing it. I’ve got Jackson headgear i fitted to it so it doesn’t have a lock position, not sure if the original fibre-metal head gear had a lock or not.
The ability to flip the lens up and grind and not have to take it off and use a regular clear face shield is nice but honestly I’d rather use a clear face shield if I’m gonna be grinding for longer than a few minutes , instead of flipping the lens. I’m a union pipefitter so we grind and bevel pipe and fittings a lot so if you’re gonna be using it to do that most of the day i wouldn’t recommend it for more than a few minutes of grinding. This is really more for if you’re touching up something real quick with a grinder and don’t wanna switch to a face shield.
Installation is messy you’ll get black fiberglass tar everywhere so just be aware of that and your cuts aren’t gonna be real pretty, at least mine weren’t lol but it did fit decently well just cut the entire square/rectangle out, i just took a black sharpie around the edges and a dremel with cut off wheel and then grind down the 4 notches inside the hood that holds the original plastic clip.
Just be aware of the extra weight it’s gonna add and know you can’t reverse it if you end up not liking it!