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Thread: [langtitle=fr]Where to buy an automatic welding mask 4/7-15 ?[/langtitle]

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    [langtitle=fr]Where to buy an automatic welding mask 4/7-15 ?[/langtitle]

    [lang=fr]Hello,
    I am looking for an automatic welding mask with "capacity" 4/7-15 on the internet.
    This would befor TIG welding has high intensity

    if you have an address, thank you

    Vincent[/lang]
    TIG AC/DC 200A
    plasma cut 50
    arc 130A

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    Thank you, I had already looked but there is no mask welding ranging from 7 to 15 dimming level
    TIG AC/DC 200A
    plasma cut 50
    arc 130A

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    Not knowing French retailers, I'd suggest ebay, perhaps. A reputable dealer there would be a good place to start.

    Just did a quick search, came up with this. (I know nothing about them)

    Welding and cutting > Air Liquide Welding

    Air Liquide Welding
    13 rue d'Epluches
    Saint-Ouen l'Aumône BP 70024
    95 315 Cergy Pontoise Cedex

    tel : +33 1 34 21 33 33
    fax : +33 1 34 21 31 58

    Worst case, worth a phone call. No idea where in France you are though. ^_^
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    Thank you very much,
    I just sent emails. Regarding ebay I already looked but I could not find anything
    (this does not bother me to order abroad)
    (I found one in everlast but nobody responds to offers or mail ..)
    TIG AC/DC 200A
    plasma cut 50
    arc 130A

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    Jackson nexgen is a 4 sensor hood with shades from 8 to 14. Miller digital elite is a 4 sensor that ranges from 3 to 14. Thermadyne has a 4 sensor that ranges from 5 to 14 and speed glass has one that ranges the same as the miller. The only shade 15 I have EVER seen was a passive filter. I haven't ever seen the need for a shade more than 13 in normal ambient light. For tig, you won't be able to hang on to the torch for very long if you are needing a shade 12 to see. Out of the 4 hoods I mentioned, the miller elite is my favorite as well as 97% of my employees. Pricey, but worth it. For your eyes sake! There are a bunch of online distributors that carry the above mentioned hoods
    Torchmate 5 x 10 custom built CNC table
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    800 ton break
    400 ton shear
    MM350p
    xmt 304
    (do i REALLY need to keep going?)

    nothing fancy, just a few hot glue guns for metal

    www.sicfabrications.com

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    Agree,
    Thank you very much, it will be very helpful to me.
    it seems that Miller no longer sell the elite mask, so I looked at the side of Jackson NexGen.

    Jackson HellRaiser Welding Helmet- w/NEXGEN EQC AUTO 3004628 en vente sur eBay.fr (fin le 19-févr.-12 17:34:45 Paris)

    (I'll wait for yet another info before ordering Defois that everlast answer me or I find another brand).
    In terms of 15, a former "colleague" had one so it is
    TIG AC/DC 200A
    plasma cut 50
    arc 130A

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    Safety gear is crucial- hard hat, Mask, safety goggles and gloves, along with the proper footwear, it is importance to protect your body from all the potential hazards that are present. It is especially important to protect the eyes, ears, and the lungs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Ron View Post
    Safety gear is crucial- hard hat, Mask, safety goggles and gloves, along with the proper footwear, it is importance to protect your body from all the potential hazards that are present. It is especially important to protect the eyes, ears, and the lungs.
    Hi Ron and welcome to the forum. When you get a chance please post a bit about yourself in the introduce yourself section so we can get to know you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Ron View Post
    Safety gear is crucial- hard hat, Mask, safety goggles and gloves, along with the proper footwear, it is importance to protect your body from all the potential hazards that are present. It is especially important to protect the eyes, ears, and the lungs.
    Welcome to the forum, Ryan! Yes, ensuring the proper gear is being used for the proper job is critical. Not sure if the OP found what he was looking for. Last post was from February with no update.
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