Lincoln Debuts New Welding Helmet

MaritimeEquipment.com
Tuesday, October 15, 2013

The new, lightweight VIKING 1740 Series Auto-Darkening Welding Helmet from Lincoln Electric offers a variety of features designed to reduce the cost of ownership while providing solid protection from a basic helmet offering.

Weighing in at 18.6 ounces, this entry-level helmet series features solar power with battery assist, eliminating the need for an on/off switch. A continuously variable, internal, 9-13 shade control offers sensitivity adjustment for different welding environments and features adjustable delay time from a dark to a light setting.

The 1740 Series helmet is offered in black and includes a two-year parts and labor warranty. It is also magnifying “cheater” lens and hardhat compatible. Extra cover lenses also are included, two for the inside and five for the outside.

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