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Miller T94 Helmet Post

Miller T94 Helmet Post

Miller’s T94 auto-darkening welding helmet provides professional welders and serious weekend welders with a superior helmet fully decked out with every feature they could imagine. What makes this helmet stand out from previous models and the competition? Here’s a look at what is new and what Miller kept from previous models. 

Exceptional Balance and Weight for a Great Fit

Weighing in at an exceptional 21 oz, the T94 welding helmet from Miller doesn’t sacrifice it’s light weight for the sake of safety or comfort. Miller hasn’t dropped any features from previous helmets, while adding significant improvements. 

Toque Features for Increased Comfort

The 5.0 lb-in torque minimizes the pressure and strain on the neck while welding. This makes it possible to weld for longer stretches of time, fully utilizing the various shades and grind mode options without having to stop for a break due to fatigue. The four-point flexible headgear minimizes pressure points and can be adjusted in a variety of ways in order to maintain a secure fit without causes discomfort. 

Swap Between Four Different Viewing Modes

The welding lens setup of the T94 makes it extremely simple to swap between different shade options and operating modes. The front cover for the lens is set up for a quick release of the lens, making it simple to snap in a different shade option. The T94 also provides a clear lens option and reduces eye strain through its ClearLight lens technology. 

The sides of the T94 use a 5.0 shade in order to improve all around vision at the job site while protecting the eyes and minimizing distracting flashes. Switch to prep work or cleaning your weld by tapping on the External Grind Control option while working. You’ll continue working without even having to stop welding. 

You’ll have the full range of welding flash protection with the 8-13 welding shades, the 5-8 cutting shades, and 3 grinding shade. Shades flip on in 1/20,000 of a second, and the viewing area is 9 square inches for a superior view of your work surface. 

Welding with X-Mode

X-Mode continues to set apart Miller’s helmets for preventing flashes for out of position welds and welding at lower amperages. The arc’s sensors pick up the electromagnetic field of the arc rather than brightness of the flash, adapting the shades to provide the optimal protection in all welding settings. 

A Superior Shell Design

Part of the redesign process of the T94 includes a chiseled shell design that makes the most of the helmet’s skin coverage without adding weight to the helmet. This shell is fully capable of being modified with different add-on items such as half mask respirator that can be added on at the time of your purchase. 

The T94 has left behind the standard black of previous Miller helmets, opting instead for a matte silver finish that reflects ambient heat. Tests have shown that this can reduce the temperature under the hood by 8 degrees Fahrenheit.

Ed Cyzewski


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