Welders can work more comfortably and efficiently in environments that require respiratory protection
June 10, 2015
optrel inc., the global innovator of autodarkening technology for welding helmets, announces the addition of the e684 helmet to its e3000 powered air purifying respiratory (PAPR) system. This new helmet/PAPR combination marries the most advanced autodarkening filter (ADF) lens technology and optics with a highly innovative, ergonomically designed PAPR system.
OSHA last week issued a notice of proposed rulemaking to update its general industry, shipyard employment, marine terminals, longshoring, and construction eye and face protection standards by incorporating by reference the three most recent versions of the American National Standards Institute Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection standard.
Ergodyne announced today the expansion of their Skullerz® brand to now encompass Head, Eye, and Face Protection. With this news comes the highly anticipated launch of Ergodyne's new Skullerz® Safety Glasses offering seven unique, patented models in up to 13 different lens options.
Members of the public and interested stakeholders are invited to provide comment on a proposed update to ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010, American National Standard for Occupational and Educational Personal Eye and Face Protection Devices.
WHAT: Optrel, the global innovator of autodarkening filter technology for welding helmets, will launch its latest lens technology at Fabtech, November 11 – 14, 2014. The new optrel e684 is the only welding helmet with an ADF lens that fully automates protection through its Adaptive Shade Autopilot technology, automatically adjusting its shade level as the welder works – and in full high definition viewing.