OHE350 Welding HelmetThe professional helmet for the industrial welder
Description The Linde OHE350 is a high quality, competitively priced electronic welding helmet for use in arc welding.
The OHE350 is built to exacting professional standards and is designed for industrial welders who weld infrequently. It provides complete, reliable protection and is also lightweight and extremely comfortable to wear.
The shell is designed to reduce the amount of welding fume in the welder’s breathing zone and the new and unique headgear has been designed to give the user maximum adjustment and comfort. Headgear rake, head height and tension can be adjusted quickly and easily and the head size can be adjusted with a push and turn ratchet.
The OHE350 helmet is equipped with a high quality 4/9-13 electronic Auto Darkening Filter (ADF) lens. Switching time from clear to dark is approx 0.005 seconds (0.5ms) providing quick and effective protection. The ADF lens changes from dark to light between 0.1 and 0.9 seconds depending on the lens settings. The lens provides complete UV and IR light protection in both dark and clear states and is powered by solar cells with an enclosed back up lithium battery. The welding filters operate well under extreme low lighting and very strong sunlight by simply adjusting the sensitivity of the lens.
Features • Reliable protection for the eyes whilst electric arc welding
• Permanent protection against Ultra Violet and Infra-Red rays, heat and sparks in any state from clear to dark • Optimal protection from eye damage caused by the welding arc• The ability to see the point of arc strike more precisely and efficiently • The ability to work hands free• Lightweight design for comfort and reduced fatigue
Applications The helmet can be used for a wide range of arc welding applications:
• MIG/MAG (GMAW)• TIG (GTAW)• MMA (SMAW)• Plasma Welding (PAW)• Plasma Cutting (PAC)
Maximum protection in any shade setting (DIN 15)
MMA welding, MIG (steel, stainless, aluminium), TIG (above 30 amps)
This welding helmet will not protect you from severe impact hazards and is not suitable for grinding
CE, EN175, ANSI Z87.1, CSA Z94.3, AS/NZS 1337
CE, EN379, ANSI Z87.1, CSA Z94.3, AS/NZS 1338
Recommended filter shades for arc welding:Shade 10* Less than 150 ampsShade 11* 150 to 250 amps Shade 12* 250 to 300 ampsShade 13* 300 to 350 amps
CE0196 4/9–13 LI 1/3/1/2/379 which represents:4
Dark shade(s) – range 2 (if applicable)
Variations in luminous transmittance class
Angle dependence of luminous transmittance class
Certification mark or number of this standard
Linde Part Number Linde DescriptionOE350LR
OLE350 4-9/13 ADF Electronic Lens (Linde)
OE350ASL OHE350 Anti-Spatter Lens (10)OE350TS
OE350HBA OHE350 Headband Assembly Complete
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