The Forney Master Series™ auto-darkening welding helmets are the optimal helmets for professional welders. These versatile, highly functional and comfortable welding helmets are designed to meet the needs of performance driven professionals.
The Forney Master Series™ auto-darkening welding helmet is made for the experienced welder. It has a 40% expanded view area and has the best in class optical clarity rating of 1/1/1/1. Available designs
include Camo, Edge, Patriot, and Black Matte.
SHELL AND HEADGEAR FEATURES:
• High impact resistant and fireproof nylon shell
• Five point adjustable geared headband
AUTO-DARKENING FILTER (ADF) FEATURES:
• 9.144 sq. in. (3.81” x 2.4”) large viewing area
• Advanced optical technology
• DIN 5 to 8 shade selections intended for cutting and oxy-acetylene applications
• 9 to 13 variable shade selection
• Four optical arc sensors
• 1/1/1/1 optical clarity rating
• UV/IR coating
• 1/20,000 per second switching speed
• Cheater/magnifying lens compatible
• Internal shade selector with grind option improves chances of accidental setting changes.
• Internal step-less controls include both sensitivity (high-low) and delay (min.-max.) adjustments.
• Solar cells with 2-each replaceable 3V lithium batteries, low battery indicator and automatic on/off technology.
When you receive your Forney Master Series helmet, you will find instructions inside of the cardboard packaging. Reference this insert for further instructions.
Check for any shipping damage such as cracks. Remove the protective film on the outside of the lens and the inside of the lens. Unscrew the lens cover and remove the battery tab. Replace the lens cover and tighten the screws.
Press the test button and look for the flashing lens which indicates the auto-darkening feature.
Set the shade level adjustments, sensitivity and delay to the type of welding you will be doing.
Lastly, adjust the headgear for a proper fit. Do this by pushing in the knob and twisting it to tighten or expand.
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