Hayward, CA (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
Longevity Global Inc. launches their new and improved range of welding helmets. The new welding accessory will now provide extra safety to the professional welders and hobbyist welders. Longevity's recent product launch is specially designed to create an extra protective layer on eyes and face while welding heavy gauge metals. Welding helmets in simple words are head gears which protect the face, eyes and neck from dangerous heat, sparks and ultraviolet or infrared rays emitted when using the welding machine. The welding helmet is made up of two main parts which are the caring helmet itself and the window from which one can see the work being done. When choosing a welding helmet make sure to find an appropriate one by ensuring the quality of the light filter used, known as the lens shade, it should offer multi-functionality and be comfortable overall.
"With machines becoming more and more advanced, safety precautions should also need to be taken more seriously," said Simon Katz, President, Longevity Global Inc. The hobbyist and the professional welder will both need a high quality helmet which is easy to use and also appropriate for each type of job. During the past years, the helmet sufficed to the use of a type of shield but it could only cover the face and came with a permanent shade of dark lens. This made the welder flip the shield up and down while welding. Such helmets were inconvenient as they made it difficult to watch what was going on and also difficult to use it in cramped places like when working under the car. However the technology today has changed which has made welding helmets with the auto darkening lens shade feature which can always block 100 % ultraviolet and infrared light while also providing visible filter light through the welding arc only when welding.
The viewing screen is the most expensive and important part in a welding helmet. The screen has darkness rating with a range which actually corresponds to the energy output on the welding torch. Therefore those welders working with the same amperage or even with the same metal can opt for a fixed eye shade. However those working with wide variety of welding jobs, there are variable lens shields which can be the right option. The other rating for the auto darkening lens is for the time taken by the device to darken after the arc has started. It can be safe to use helmets which darken in about 4 to 10 milliseconds as the eyes cannot sense the light changing during that time.
Longevity Global Inc. has been giving its dedicated service since 2001. It is growing at an incredible pace with high customer satisfaction, innovative products and efficient industrial production. It works in different parts of world with export units in Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, United Kingdom, and multiple other countries. Longevity Global Inc. serves globally with manufacturing facilities with its logistic companies to effectively distribute products in a punctual and effective manner. For more information just ring them at 877.566.4462 or log on to http://www.longevity-inc.com