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Three views on choosing welding protective glasses

by:LASERRPAIR     2020-02-24
Welding is an indispensable link in the industrial processing manufacturing industry. In all the processing links, there will be certain occupational injuries to the processing personnel because of its certain dangers. Welding is not an exception. If you want to avoid this as much as possible Occupational injury requires the selection of appropriate welding protective glasses. First, look at the welding goggles material ? 1. The material for welding goggles should have a certain strength, considerable elasticity, and moderate rigidity; ? 2. Welding goggles cannot be made of materials that are harmful to the skin, let alone flammable materials (sparks will appear when the welder is at work, if the material is flammable, the trouble can be big) ? 3. The material of the goggle head of the welding goggles should be quite soft, and it should be used for a long time; ? Second, look at the welding goggles ? The black glass lenses of welding goggles are generally divided into 7 to 13, and commonly used are 8, 9, and 10. ? Ordinary electric welding work is to choose No. 8 or No. 9, but the special working environment requires a higher type of lens. ? Which type of welding goggles is chosen is mainly based on their own needs, as long as the goggles can take into account both the protective effect and the field of vision clarity, it is sufficient. ? Third, look at the welding goggles structure ? 1. The surface of the welding goggles should be very smooth, without burrs and acute angles, and there should be no other defects that may cause facial discomfort; ? 2. The parts of the welding goggles should be relatively easy to replace, and the adjustable parts should also be very flexible; ? 3. Welding goggles should have very good breathability; ? 4. Welded goggles are mostly dark, because dark-colored lenses can better block harmful substances to the eyes, thereby protecting the eyes.
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