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Miller Welding Helmets; Free Shipping

Baker’s Gas has a great selection of Miller Welding Helmets currently on sale and they are offering free shipping on all Miller Welding Helmets.

Miller Welding Helmets lead the way in auto-darkening technology and graphics. They feature multiple arc sensors, a quick-release front cover lens holder with a rubber spatter gasket and lens controls conveniently located at the bottom of the lens.
Miller helmets also include Miller’s Auto-On and Grind Mode features. Auto-On eliminates accidental arc flash by automatically detecting the arc even if the helmet hasn’t been used for an extended amount of time. Grind mode allows the helmet to be used as a protective shield by preventing the lens from darkening while grinding.

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Baker’s Gas sells many different types of Miller Welding Helmets:

  • Miller Pro-Hobby
  • Miller Performance
  • Miller Big Window Elite
  • Miller Big Window Digital Elite
  • Miller Big Window Titanium Elite
  • Miller MP-10 Shade 10

Pro-Hobby

The Miller Pro-Hobby welding helmet is designed for the light-duty welder who doesn’t weld professionally but still appreciates high-quality welding equipment; the Pro-Hobby series offers many of the same features as the Performance and top-of-the-line Elite Series’, including Miller’s cutting edge graphics and headgear, but with a more affordable price tag.

Performance

The Miller Performance Series helmets feature three arc sensors, a quick-release front cover lens holder with a rubber spatter gasket and lens controls conveniently located at the bottom of the lens. These helmets also include Miller’s Auto-On and Grind Mode features. Auto-On eliminates accidental arc flash by automatically detecting the arc even if the helmet hasn’t been used for an extended amount of time. Grind mode allows the helmet to be used as a protective shield by preventing the lens from darkening while grinding.

Elite

The Miller Elite Series helmet features four independent arc sensors that respond in 1/20,000 of a second and comes standard with Auto-On/AutoOff and Grind mode. Weighing in at 18 oz. Elite helmets are lightweight and comfortable.

Digital Elite

The Miller Digital Elite series was designed for professional welders demanding control and flexibility. Digital Elite helmets feature the precision of a digital control that allows users to set and store their shade, sensitivity and delay preferences for various applications.

Welding shades 8-13, Cutting shades 5-8, Grinding shade 3, and an X-Mode shades 8-13. The X-Mode provides full protection for those instances when there is an arc present, but the sensors are obscured. X-Mode eliminates interference from sunlight and out-of-position welding angles, such as those found in pipe welding or in obstructed or hidden-cavity weldsit also excels at low-amperage TIG welding (5 amps and below).

Titanium Elite

For industrial welding and grinding applications the new Titanium Series Welding Helmets will not be outperformed. The shell design provides excellent skin coverage, is lightweight for extended wear, reflects radiant heat and has a quick-release front cover lens to reduce downtime. Combine that with top-performing lenses protected by Miller’s exclusive aluminum heat shield. Secured within a durable shock-absorbing gasket and you have a welding helmet that is made to withstand rugged abuse common in your workplace.

MP-10 Shade 10

Miller Quality in a Passive Welding Helmet Light weight design – Only 18 oz. Uses industry standard size filter plate and inside cover lens 16 sq. inch viewing area.  Helmet comes complete with shade #10 filter plate, magnifying lens holder and telescoping ratchet-style headgear.

Buy the Miller Welding Helmet that is right for you from Bakersgas.com, get a great deal and free shipping.

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