Kemppi re­leases new and so­phis­ti­cated Fre­shAir weld­ing hel­mets

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - PRODUCT WATCH - For more in­for­ma­tion call Kemppi Aus­tralia on + 61 (2) 8785 2000 or email

Lead­ing in­ter­na­tional weld­ing equip­ment man­u­fac­turer, Kemppi, has un­veiled its new range of weld­ing hel­mets – the Beta 90 Fre­shAir, Delta 90 Fre­shAir and the Delta+ 90 Fre­shAir. The hel­mets have been specif­i­cally de­signed to pro­vide the ut­most pro­tec­tion against weld­ing, grind­ing and as­so­ci­ated air­borne fumes and dust con­tam­i­na­tion, and to en­sure user com­fort while meet­ing Aus­tralian stan­dards.

The light­weight Beta 90 Fre­shAir hel­met can be worn by welders work­ing in any po­si­tion whether un­der­tak­ing arc weld­ing, plasma cut­ting, goug­ing or grind­ing oper­a­tions. It pro­vides ex­cel­lent safety and pro­tec­tion for the eyes, face and lungs, and it fea­tures a three-stage f lip lens to pro­tect against weld­ing, tack­ing and grind­ing oper­a­tions. For ad­di­tional pro­tec­tion the Beta 90’s shield in­cor­po­rates a perime­ter def lec­tion rim. To en­sure that any harm­ful air­borne weld­ing fumes and dust con­tam­i­na­tion are elim­i­nated, the Beta 90 de­sign in­cor­po­rates the ‘pos­i­tive pres­sure’ prin­ci­pal.

The Beta 90 can be com­bined with ei­ther a bat­tery pow­ered Fre­shAir fil­ter pack or a lo­cally supplied air­line. Clean breath­ing air is chan­nelled through a fil­ter and di­rected over the welder’s face. The air­flow re­duces weld lens mist­ing and a multi-point head har­ness en­sures max­i­mum ad­just­ment and com­fort for the welder.

The Delta 90 and Delta+ 90 Fre­shAir hel­mets have been de­signed for those work­ing in ex­treme con­di­tions such as ship­build­ing, heavy fab­ri­ca­tion, and min­ing and con­struc­tion sites, where hard­hat pro­tec­tion is ad­vised or es­sen­tial. Both hel­mets in­cor­po­rate many of the fea­tures of the Beta 90 but pro­vide all round head pro­tec­tion. All three Fre­shAir weld­ing hel­mets have been rig­or­ously tested and meet New Zealand stan­dards.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from New Zealand

© PressReader. All rights reserved.