Take control of your personal environment

Take control of your personal environment
Welding Safety
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Safety Catalogue 2017
Take control
of your personal
environment
3M Science. Applied to Life. ™
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How to find your
customized welding
helmet combination
We have compiled - into this one, easy-to-reference catalogue - much of
the information you’ll need to select specific welding safety products
and/or entire welding PPE systems.
From the choices below, pick your key selecting factor and then go
directly to that chapter. Or try our main selection guide on page 24.
Is welding filter performance your
key selecting factor? Then start
with Your eyes on page 6.
But if choosing a welding helmet is
your most important criterion, see
Your eyes, face and head on page 22.
One of the most
important lessons we
have learned over the last
35 years is that no two
welders are the same.
Or if respiratory protection
is your highest priority, go to
Your respiratory system on page 44.
Too loud may be less loud than you
think, check our solutions for
Your ears on page 60.
Need body support solutions when
welding at heights, see Fall protection
for welders on page 66.
If you are looking for a specific
product you can look it up in the
Parts Directory, on page 68.
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Your responsibility
– our solutions…
I do
precise
grinding
I want
to see 5
around me
Check out our
welding helmets
with flip-up visors,
they have a curved,
clear protective
visor underneath the
welding filter:
see page 31–33
We recommend our
welding helmets with
side windows that
widen your field of
vision when welding:
see page 26
I want to
breathe
fresh air
I need
convenient
head
protection
Typically, professional welders know about the hazards to their eyes and faces. But other
hazards – like welding fumes – are sometimes not so well known.
It is the responsibility of the employer to identify any hazards in a work environment, and
to provide the workers with adequate protection.
Hazards must be adequately explained. Then the choice of protective can be equipment
made after joint consultations between employers and employees.
1. Identify the hazards
Make a list of all the risks in your welding environment (radiation, sparks, fumes,
noise, trip hazards, falling objects, etc). 3M can help identify consultants and
measurement tools.
Our powered
respirators are a
favorite among
many welders:
see page 44
2. Assess the risk levels
Safety helmet
solutions tailormade
for our welding
shields:
see pages 29 and 33
By evaluating every risk, you can prioritize their prevention. See more details in
each section of this catalogue. If there are any doubts or ambiguities, always consult
a professional safety engineer.
3. Select the right type of equipment
Determine your protection based on equipment type (e.g., eye, face, head, hearing), the
level of protection needed to work in a specific application, and your users’ preferences.
Personal preferences - key to user acceptance - covers issues including comfort, style,
and ease of maintenance.
4. Training, motivation and maintenance
For maximum benefit from any piece of PPE, it pays to focus on user acceptance
and proper use. 3M can help:
• On-site training by 3M personel or a visit from our Welding Safety Caravan. We’ll
show you equipment options based on your needs.
• 3M eAcademy - the flexible way to discover and learn throughout your busy day:
www.3m.com/3M/en_US/3m-academy/log-in
• Other techniques, such as Toolbox Talks, educational posters for your facilities,
online videos, etc.
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For further details please visit www.speedglas.com and select your country
to find local welding safety information from 3M.
I need to
weld with
greater
clarity
I like
lightweight
welding
helmets
Truer colours and
contrasts with
3M™ Speedglas™
Natural Colour
Technology:
see page 14
Great! Try our
most lightweight
auto-darkening
welding helmet:
Speedglas SL,
see page 36
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Your eyes
Costs associated with
workplace eye injuries:
$300M/yr
Each year in the US alone, more
than $300 million is spent on costs
associated with workplace eye
injuries, including medical expenses,
workers’ compensation, and lost
production time.
Source: www.osha.gov/SLTC/
eyefaceprotection (01.03.2017)
90%
of injuries preventable
with proper protection:
How to beat the statistics
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The science behind 3M auto-darkening technology
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Pay-off in productivity and performance
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Selector 1 - decision tree for welding filters
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3M™ Speedglas™ Natural Colour Technology
3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-Darkening Filters
3M™ Eyewear - selection for welding helmet users
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More than 90% of serious eye injuries
at work can be prevented using
appropriate protective eyewear.
How to beat the statistics
Welding processes typically generate hazardous ultraviolet/
infrared radiation and (intense) visible light that have the potential
to cause permanent eye damage. Physical eye hazards include
welding spatter and grinding particles.
Controlling exposure
A well-designed welding helmet and filter has a positive influence on
the protection of your face and eyes from heat, spatter and radiation.
Put simply, auto-darkening welding filters allow welders to keep their
welding helmet in place much more often than passive welding filters.
If you can see well, the motivation to constantly lift your shield is
significantly reduced, meaning:
• Y
ou reduce the likelihood of exposure to harmful UV/IR radiation
by accidentally striking an arc. Or being exposed to the arcs of
nearby welders.
• You reduce the potential for foreign body eye injuries from
grinding swarf or weld spatter.
Source: www.preventblindness.org/
eye-safety-work (01.03.2017)
1/4
of all welding
injuries is of the eye
Eye injuries account for one quarter
of all welding injuries, making them
by far the most common injury for
welders, according to research from
the Liberty Mutual Research Institute
for Safety.
Source: www.ohsonline.com/
Articles/2007/02/Preventing-Eye-InjuriesWhen-Welding.aspx (01.03.2017)
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Improving upon what
the welder sees
Your goal is to weld consistently great welds. Our goal is to provide you with full-time
eye and face protection.
“Because we make many of our own welding filter
components, we can readily test and transfer new
technologies,” says Kristina Magnusson, Senior
Optics Specialists at the 3M Welding Centre of
Excellence. “And, of course, we also have much
better control over the entire manufacturing
process.”
Kristina is one of the Centre’s four full-time optics
specialists. Her responsibilities include liquid
crystal cells, polarizers, and interference (UV/
IR) filters. She also leads an international ISO
task group of experts focused on eye and face
protection standards for auto-darkening welding
filters.
Like many of her co-workers at the Centre,
Kristina is a long-time employee. “I had just got
my master’s degree in engineering physics with a
focus on optics when I was recruited to develop
test instruments to measure the light diffusion of
Speedglas welding filters. I’ve been here ever since.
UV/IR protection (the purple layer on the auto-darkening filter)
is always in place and constantly providing protection from
hazardous light radiation. And they consistently auto-switch
from clear to dark, and back again, in just the way you want.
"Of course, safety is the prime consideration when
it comes to welding PPE. But the 3M optics team
aims to help welders even more by continuously
improving the optical experience of our welding
filters. “We’re constantly exploring new optical
technologies that we can leverage to the welder’s
advantage.”
How auto-darkening filters work
Before:
During:
After:
With the helmet in the safe down
position, you have a clear view through
the welding filter. Both of your hands are
free and the electrode can be precisely
positioned.
Within 0.1 milliseconds of the arc strike
(3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filters, see
page 13), the filter has switched to the
dark state.
The filter automatically returns to the
clear state after welding is complete,
allowing your immediate and safe
inspection of the weld pool, as well as
preparation for the next weld.
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What other
equipment pays for
itself in two months?
Not only can you weld faster when you can see more clear, but your entire movement around your
workpiece can become more efficient when you’re not constantly having to raise and lower your shield.
We’ve studied welders and their increased efficiency when using our auto-darkening filters (ADFs) for
almost four decades:
• The shorter the weld, the greater the
productivity increase. Not surprising,
applications requiring lots of tack welds have
the most to gain.
• Where the final appearance of the weld is
critical – for example, on high-value items
– reduction in scrap alone (e.g., from bad starts)
can quickly pay for our helmets.
• Since most welders do a combination of tack
and longer welds, we use an estimate of 15%
gain in productivity. Of course, results may vary
depending on your specific operation.
So, for example, if you’re paying a welder €20 per
hour, a 15% improvement in productivity will pay
for a €450 helmet in about two months and result
in a year-end increase in savings (new profits)
of €4500 when compared to continuing to use
passive filters.
$28,280
Average cost of injuries to the face, including disabling
and non-disabling eye injuries.1)
20,300
Lost work days in 20121)
1) Source: US National Safety Council’s Injury Facts, 2015
€5000
€4000
15%
€4500
Productivity gain
€3000
Savings
(New Profits)
€2000
€1000
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€-450
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Months
Ask
yourself
Are you doing everything possible
to maximize the amount of time
your welders have their shield in
the safe, down position?
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Selector 1
3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-Darkening Filters
A sample decision tree
when selecting ADF
Selector table
Best1)
Specification
9100XXi
9100XX
9100X
Better1)
9100V
SL
Not Recommended1)
Good1)
9002NC
100V
10V
MMAW (electrode)
MIG/MAG
Would you benefit from seeing more natural colours and contrasts?
The 3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-darkening Filters 9100XXi and 9002NC both allow you to
more readily recognize colours. The light state is still shade 3, but the filter appears
lighter, more detailed, and better able to view contours. More details on page 14–15.
1
TIG (>20A)
TIG (1A-20A)
2
Do you occasionally change shade numbers?
If yes, you have plenty of models to pick from: all of our auto-darkening filters have
variable (selectable) dark shades, as shown in the table on page 13.
Plasma
(welding and cutting)
Risk for hidden arc
3
What does your welding process require from your filter?
This is a key decision factor. Using the table on page 13, pick a model that does well in
the processes you use frequently.
Tack welding
Grinding
You might want to also consider your needs for specific dark shade levels, light-to-dark
switching sensitivity, and dark-to-light delay options which are features that vary from
model to model.
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5
3M™ Speedglas™ Natural
Colour Technology
Switching time,
dark-light
How important is the size of welding filter's viewing area?
For many welders, the ability to see more of their workpiece without moving their helmet
or head is very important. For these “big picture” people, the 9100XX or 9100XXi models
will be most appropriate.
Yes
40–800 ms
Dark state
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10
MAG
9
8
TIG
8
10
9
9
MIG
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10
10
12
10
10
Plasma jet cutting
1.5
6
5
10
15
10
11
13
12
11
9
4
12
11
12
12
Yes2)
Auto ON
Yes
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13
Battery lifetime (hours)
Number of sensors
(arc detection)
14
Classification
Shade 12
54x107
42x93
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Approval (welding filter)
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Shade 13
54x107
44x93
No
No
No
1 800
45x93
Yes
No
Yes
2 000
2 500
No
2 800
1 500
2 000
3
1 500
2
1/1/1/2
1/1/1/2
1/1/1/2
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EN 379
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7
8
9
10
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12
30 40 60 70 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 450 500
The table recommends best dark shade of welding filter for various working applications.
According to the conditions of use, the next greater or the next smaller scale number can be used.
73x107
External grinding mode
control
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13
11
10
600
14t
12
11
9
Air-arc gouging
13
11
MIG with light alloys
Microplasma arc welding
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60–250 ms
Shade 8–12
Shade 13
Solar cell
15 30 40 60 70 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 450 500
8
40–250 ms
Shade 3
UV/IR Protection
(permanent)
Current in amperes
A
60–400 ms
Shade 5, 8, 9–13
Light state
Recommended shade numbers according to EN 379:2003
1.5
60–250 ms
No
0,1 ms (+23° C)
Viewing area, approx. (mm)
MMA (covered electrodes)
Yes
40–1 300 ms
Switching time,
light -dark
Do you do a lot of tack welding?
Then our tack welding comfort mode may be for you. The comfort mode setting may
help reduce eye fatigue caused by your eye constantly adjusting to differing light levels
during tack welding. It's available on 9100XX, 9100X and 9100V filters.
Welding process
No
600
1) The ratings (best - better - good - not recommended) above refer to the products listed in this chart and should be seen
as general recommendations based on differences in product comfort features and configuration options when using these
selected Speedglas welding helmet series.
2) When used with the front cover 9100XXi and the 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100, 9100-QR or 9100-Air, see page 28.
1/2/2/2
1/2/2/2
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Transmittance (%)
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We’ve enriched
your colour range!
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Still seeing
green?
Compare the light transmittance levels
between our Natural Colour Technology
ADFs and our other filters. Note that the
Natural Color filters transmit a much
higher percentage of colors like blues
and reds, while reducing the greens. And,
as always, harmful UV and IR radiation is
blocked in all of our filters. ON or OFF.
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Imagine what more realistic-looking colours
and details could do for you:
Sample competitor filter
in shade 3
• P
rovide better control of your weld puddle
– with a view that appears lighter, brighter,
and more realistic.
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter 9100XXi and 9002NC
Other 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filters
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4
2
• H
elp you focus on your welding set-up,
welding technique, and inspection of
just-completed welds.
0
• G
ive you a clearer view of coloured welding
machine controls – even with your helmet
in the safe, down position.
200
380
(Ultraviolet) radiation (UV)
­­- always blocked
780
Visible light
1000
1200
1400
(Infrared) radiation (IR)
- always blocked
See the
difference!
9100XXi and 9002NC filters
in shade 3
“
The view seems lighter and less green
– I can see colours far better!
Even in the dark state, I see contours better.
Veteran Welder
3M™ Speedglas™ Natural Colour
Technology in light state
3M™ Speedglas™ Natural Colour
Technology in dark state
Great clarity before, during and after welding when using the 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filters 9100XXi or 9002NC.
Such clarity can be great for seeing the nuances of curved joints.
ADF specifications: page 16
Helmet selector: page 42
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Your choice
of autodarkening
filters (ADF)
3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-Darkening Filter 9100XX
• 73x107 mm viewing area.
• Dark shades 5, 8, and 9 through 13.
• Any shade can be locked-in.
• The tack welding comfort mode may help reduce eye fatigue resulting from the eye
constantly adjusting to differing light levels during tack welding. Using an intermediate
light state (shade 5).
• The delay function allows the welder to set the recovery delay of the welding filter from
dark to light according to welding method and current.
• For all 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 9100. More information on page 26–33.
3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-Darkening Filter 9100X
• 54x107 mm viewing area.
The 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter Series
9100 continues our tradition of outstanding
optical quality, including uniform shading
and minimal distortion across the entire filter
viewing area.
• Dark shades 5, 8, and 9 through 13.
• Any shade can be “locked-in.”
• The tack welding comfort mode may help reduce eye fatigue resulting from the eye
constantly adjusting to differing light levels during tack welding. Using an intermediate
light state (shade 5).
• The delay function allows the welder to set the recovery delay of the welding filter from
dark to light according to welding method and current.
By selecting just the right setting for each
task, you can reduce eye strain and improve
the quality of every weld.
• For all 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 9100. More information on page 26–33.
3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-Darkening Filter 9100V
• 45x93 mm viewing area.
• Dark shades 5, 8, and 9 through 13.
• Any shade can be “locked-in.”
• The tack welding comfort mode may help reduce eye fatigue resulting from the eye
constantly adjusting to differing light levels during tack welding. Using an intermediate
light state (shade 5).
• The delay function allows the welder to set the recovery delay of the welding filter from
dark to light according to welding method and current.
Our top-ofthe-line ADF
• For all 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 9100. More information on page 26–33.
3M™ Speedglas™
Auto-Darkening Filter 9002NC
3M™ Speedglas™
Auto-Darkening Filter SL
See your welds in a new light, with more
contrast and natural-looking colours.
Our most lightweight auto-darkening
filter.
• 54x107 mm viewing area.
• 42x93 mm viewing area.
• Dark shades 8 through 12.
• Dark shades 8 through 12.
• For 3M Speedglas Welding Helmet
series 9002NC" compatible with the
old 9000 series welding helmets, more
information on page 34–35.
• For 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding
Helmet SL, more information
• Delay settings allow the welder to extend
the dark state for when the weld pool is still
cooling.
3M™ Speedglas™
Auto-Darkening Filter 100V
3M™ Auto-Darkening
Filter 10V
• For all 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet
Series 9100. See page 26-33.
• 44x93 mm viewing area.
• 44x93 mm viewing area.
• Dark shades 8 through 12.
• Dark shades 8–12.
• When used with the special 9100XXi Silver
Front Panel and the Speedglas Welding
Helmets 9100, 9100-Air and 9100-QR,
you’ll have access to the external control
for both grinding and the memory modes.
More details on page 29.
• For 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding
Helmet Series 100 (incl 100-QR),
more information on page 38.
• For 3M™ Welding Helmet 10V and
10QR, more information on page 39.
3M Speedglas AutoDarkening Filter 9100XXi:
™
™
• See your welds in a new light, with more
contrast and natural-looking colours.
• Grab and go welding with Auto-ON.
• 73x107 mm viewing area.
™
™
• Dark shades 5, 8, and 9 through 13.
All our auto-darkening welding filters conform to European Standard EN 379 (Personal Eye-Protection – Automatic Welding Filters) as well as other national
standards in USA, Canada and Australia – to name a few. Valid standard, optical classification and shade range are marked on the welding filter.
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Do they really fit?
Making a measured evaluation of eyewear fit
Everyone’s face and head are different – so how is one model of eyewear going to fit
everybody? You know the problem. Ill-fitting safety glasses cause pressure and pain
in some very vulnerable areas: your temples, your ears … even the bridge of your nose.
Discomfort and lack of style are often major reasons for not wearing safety eyewear.
To make a meaningful, measured determination
of eyewear fit and security on each of your
employees, we’ve developed a 6-step method1).
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Engineered for safety,
designed for style
The portfolio of 3M™ Eye
Protection promises quality
eyewear that helps provide
balance of comfort, protection
and design.
The 3M™ Eyewear Fit System uses coverage and
gap gauge tools to assess four key elements of
protective eyewear fit:
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View
Coverage
Assessment to ensure the wearer can see in
all directions of eye rotation without major
obstruction to the field of view that would
interfere with the ability to perform work tasks.
The coverage gauge assesses how well the
safety eyewear covers the soft tissue area
around the eyes.
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4
Security
Gaps
Assessment to ensure the eyewear stays in
place on the wearer’s head and does not fall
off with head movement.
The gap gauges help to identify excessive gaps
between the eyewear and the face. Large gaps
can provide a clear path for flying debris.
Confident protection
All 3M protective eyewear
are CE-marked and approved
to EN 166:2001.
1) The full 6 step method is unique to 3M and is available free of charge (subject to terms and conditions, see website for details).
Find out more by contacting your 3M Personal Safety Sales Representative or visit www.3M.co.uk/eyewear
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3M™ Solus™ 1000 Series Spectacles
3M™ SecureFit™ 400 Series Spectacles
Takes comfort to
a higher level
A fogged lens can
be frustrating and
dangerous
To better conform to each individual’s unique head profile, we designed 3M™ SecureFit™
Protective Eyewear with Pressure Diffusion Temple Technology.
Enjoy reliable, clearer sight longer with Scotchgard™ Anti-Fog Coating. Now available on
3M™ Solus™ 1000 Series safety eyewear in a range of lens colours: clear, grey or amber.
All glasses come with polycarbonate lenses, which absorb 99.9% of UV rays.
The new removable foam gasket design
helps keep out debris while providing
comfort and cushioning
3M™ Pressure Diffusion Temple
Technology allows the spectacle
temples to naturally adjust to
individual head shapes
Stable fit
Inner padding on temples
for increased comfort and
stability
Lightweight
and comfortable
Soft cushioning on
nose bridge
Soft, adjustable,
one-piece nose bridge.
The new removable foam gasket
design helps keep out debris
while providing comfort and
cushioning
Stylish and modern look
Slim frame with colour
accented soft temple
components
Selected 3M™ Protective Eyewear for Welders
3M™ Scotchgard™ Anti-Fog Coating. Long-lasting clarity.
With 3M Scotchgard Anti-Fog Coating
Without coating
™
™
Scotchgard™ Anti-fog Lens Coating causes these
droplets to flatten out and form a thin film, reducing
the scattering of light and allowing you to see
clearly longer.
In hot and humid environments, tiny droplets form
on the lens and scatter incoming light, making it
more difficult for you to see clearly.
Water as a transparent film
Water droplets
Lens
Padded temple touchpoints for
added comfort over the ears
Polycarbonate lenses absorb
99.9% of UVA & UVB; meets the
requirements of EN166:2001
Lens plus two-sided anti-fog coating
Part No
Lens Type
Coating
EN166 Lens Marking
SF201AF-EU
PC Clear
AS/AF
2C-1.2 3M 1 FT
SF202AF-EU
PC Amber
AS/AF
2C-1.2 3M 1 FT
SF203AF-EU
PC Grey
AS/AF
5-3.1 3M 1 FT
SF401AF-EU
PC Clear
AS/AF
2C-1.2 3M 1 FT
SF403AF-EU
PC Amber
AS/AF
2C-1.2 3M 1 FT
SF402AF-EU
PC Grey
AS/AF
5-3.1 3M 1 FT
SF410AS-EU
PC Indoor/Outdoor
AS
5-1.7 3M 1 FT
SF408AS-EU
PC Blue Mirror
AS/AF
5-3.1 3M 1 FT
SF400FI
Removable foam insert
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-
3M™ Solus 1000
PC Clear
SGAF
2C-1.2 3M 1 FT KN
3M™ Solus 1000
PC Grey
SGAF
5-3.1 3M 1 FT KN
3M™ Solus 1000
PC Amber
SGAF
2C-1.2 3M 1 FT KN
To learn more about our complete range of protective eyewear, please use our Eyewear Selection Tool to
help you make the best choice. Visit www.3M.com
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Your eyes,
face and head
There is no one perfect
welding helmet
We have populated our helmet matrix with carefully considered design
blends of protection, features, personal preferences, and performance
to address many common application needs.
But for every helmet system we design, we have four driving factors:
Content
Selector 2 - helmets sorted by welder’s overall needs
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Premium welding helmets with/without respirator or safety helmet (non-air):
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100, 9100-Air and 9100-QR
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Flip-up welding helmets with/without respirator:
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100 FX, 9100 FX-Air
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Multiple levels of protection (head, eye, face, respiratory, hearing):
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100 MP and 9100 MP-Lite
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A legend reborn with more natural colour :
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9002NC
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When your priority is super light:
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet SL
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Helmets in masterful graphic designs:
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 100 and 100-QR
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Basic performance in robust design:
3M™ Welding Helmets 10V and 10-QR
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Selector 3 - refine your selection by helmet benefits
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Selector 4 - helmets for powered and supplied air systems
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Reliability
Comfort
We know harsh welding
environments: We build
our products to thrive
in them. From creating
reliable arc sensing/
shade switching to
selecting highly durable
materials to designing
for long-lasting
mechanical operation.
Comfort means a
helmet that vents
stagnant air. It means
a headband that
avoids scientifically
determined pressure
points around your
head. And how a helmet
provides industrial
grade eye and face
protection while being
comfortable for a full
shift.
Protection
View
UV/IR radiation.
High speed grinding
particles. Falling
objects. Lung disease.
List your workplace
hazards - then find the
right Speedglas helmet,
accessories, and
respiratory protection.
Have a unique
workplace hazard?
Contact your local
distributor for even
more 3M solutions.
Every helmet design
detail can affect your
view. That’s why
we provide highperformance autodarkening welding filters,
our side windows lenses,
and large, protective
clear visors. Each of
these, and many more,
helmet design elements
maximise your ability
to see.
Don’t just take our word for it, experience our welding helmets yourself by signing
up as a Speedglas test pilot at: goo.gl/vuEtb3 (connect using mobile device).
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Selector 2
What do you need?
Full-featured helmet with the maximum number of options
Robust
and slim
Lightweight
Graphic
helmet style
Basic
protection
9100 series
9002NC
SL
100 series
10V
Flip-up welding filter
with big clear grinding
visor underneath
Our “standard” 9100 helmet
3M™ Speedglas™ 9100
See page 29
11 visually
striking graphic
helmet designs
Safety helmet head
protection via quick
release attachment
3M™ Speedglas™ 9100 FX
See page 31
3M™ Speedglas™ 9100-QR
See page 29
Flip-up welding filter
with big clear grinding
visor underneath with
powered or supplied air
Our “standard” 9100
helmet with powered
or supplied air
3M™ Speedglas™ 9100-Air
See page 29
3M™ Speedglas™ 9100 FX-Air
See page 31
9000XXi
See page 16
Safety helmet head
protection via quick
release attachment
Safety helmet head
protection via quick
release attachment
3M™ Speedglas™ 100-QR
See page 38
3M™ Speedglas™ 10-QR
See page 39
9100 Passive
See page 74
107 mm
93 mm
93 mm
93 mm
44 mm
110 mm
90 mm
9000XX
See page 17
3M™ Speedglas™ 9100 MP
(safety helmet) or
9100 MP-Lite (bump cap)
See page 33
73 mm
9000X
See page 17
3M™ Welding Helmet
10V See page 39
Head protection, flip-up
with clear visor, powered
or supplied air, optional
hearing protection
Helmets also available
with passive filters
107 mm
73 mm
54 mm
45 mm
9000V
See page 17
107 mm
3M™ Speedglas™ 100
See page 38
44 mm
107 mm
3M™ Speedglas™ SL
See page 37
42 mm
93 mm
3M™ Speedglas™
9002NC
See page 35
54 mm
These ADFs are excellent with virtually any arc welding process,
including “hidden arc” applications, plus plasma welding & cutting.
For powered
or supplied
air respiratory
protection
9002NC
See page 17
SL
See page 17
100V
See page 17
10V
See page 17
For MMAW, MIG/
MAG & TIG >20A.
Not for grinding or
tack welding.
For MMAW, MIG/
MAG & TIG >20A.
Not for grinding or
tack welding.
For MMAW & MIG/MAG.
For MMAW & MIG/MAG.
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When you need coverage, control, and comfort:
3M Speedglas Welding
Helmet Series 9100
™
™
Tailor to fit your personal preferences
With the 9100 headband, we’ve carefully avoided sensitive areas of the head while designing
self-adjusting twin pads for the forehead band. By better contouring it around your head,
our headband doesn’t need to be overly tight to be comfortably secure.
Ergonomic fit
Adjust the shield's distance
to your face. Fits head sizes
50 to 64 (S-M-L).
Stability
Ratchet for
precise tightening.
Less pressure
Self-adjusting “twin pads”
contour to your head.
Low riding comfort
Adjust the helmet’s parking
position (left side) and friction
(right side). Further details below.
Adapt to your position
Adjust the helmet tiltangle while wearing the
helmet on your head.
We designed the 9100 helmet to “nest” down low,
close to the headband, when raised. So you don’t
need to tighten the headband as much.
High-performing people need high-performing products
The 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 9100
includes six welding helmet models offering many
options, including flip-up welding shields, safety
win
St
e
Sid
an
dows fi eld of v
iew
rd
da
Field of v
i ew
helmets, and respiratory systems. If you haven’t
experienced these innovations in welding protection,
call your local 3M distributor for a hands-on demonstration.
Peripherial vision
The first time a welder puts on a Speedglas welding
helmet with side windows you can see his startled
reaction. Previously hidden peripherial hazards
(beams, obstacles, other workers) are now easier
to see through the two, shade 5 side filters.
The helmet’s smooth up-and-down pivot action can
be locked in the up position – a light pull lowers the
helmet back down again.
DROPS AS
YOU LIKE
Drop-friction is
adjusted on the
wearers right
hand side:
Turn the right-hand knob
clockwise to increase
(or counterclockwise to
decrease) the effort
needed to nod down
the shield.
STABILITY
WHEN RAISED
Helmet parking grip is
adjusted on the wearers
left hand side:
Turn the left-hand knob
clockwise to increase
(or counterclockwise to
decrease) how tightly the
shield is held in the raised
"parked" position.
Features 1)
High-performance
and comfort
Mechanical
strength
(EN 166, EN 175)
9100-QR
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets
9100, 9100-Air and 9100 QR
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets
9100, 9100-Air and 9100-QR
9100-AIR
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9100
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CLASS
CLASS
CLASS
B
B
B
Side windows
Auto-ON
2)
2)
2)
2)
2)
2)
Exhaust vents
Flip-up
Graphics option
Head protection
Natural Colour
Technology
Powered Air
EN 12941 NPF
Supplied Air
EN 14594 NPF
TH2
50
3B
200
1) More details about the features
referenced, see page 102.
2) Only in combination with 3M™
Speedglas™ Welding Filter 9100XXi.
Simplify your workflow
The 9100XXi kit (special front and
welding filter) houses external controls
– enabling convenient, “gloves-on”
memory mode switching – to help you
weld, grind and see your finish.
Transform your safety helmet
As you attach and detach the 9100-QR
helmet, you don't need to remove your
safety helmet – so your head is
protected at all times.
9100
9100-Air
9100-QR
Protecting your eyes and face from radiation, heat and sparks – while
providing a precise view of your work – makes your Speedglas
welding helmet 9100 one of your most important welding tools.
All of these benefits can be used with powered or supplied air
respiratory protection in combination with the Speedglas welding
helmet 9100-Air.
Extend your coverage
If your work situation requires head protection, test out our Speedglas
welding helmet 9100-QR. It quickly attaches to many of the industry’s
most popular safety helmets, including the 3M™ Safety Helmet H-701.
With our optional flameretardant headcovers and
ear/neck protectors.
Helmet specifications: page 42
ADF specifications: page 16–17
Respiratory systems: page 82
Ordering & part info: page 68
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets
9100 FX and 9100 FX-Air
Comfortable all shift long
Versatile protection and long-lasting
comfort. The 9100 FX-Air helmet
readily connects to either our powered
or supplied air respirators.
Features 1)
Flip up to
wider views
Mechanical
strength
(EN 166, EN 175)
9100 FX-AIR
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9100 FX
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets
9100 FX and 9100 FX-Air
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CLASS
CLASS
B
B
Side windows
Auto-ON
2)
2)
2)
2)
Exhaust vents
Flip-up
Graphics option
Head protection
Natural Colour
Technology
Powered Air
EN 12941 NPF
Supplied Air
EN 14594 NPF
TH3
500
3B
200
1) More details about the features
referenced, see page 102.
2) Only in combination with 3M™
Speedglas™ Welding Filter 9100XXi.
Stay protected
TH3-rated respiratory protection.
Expand your view:
A quick lift of the front cover and you get a big,
17 x 10 cm, clear view – perfect for precision
grinding, even in low light conditions.
9100 FX
9100 FX-Air
More natural colours and contrasts
The Speedglas welding filter 9100XXi helps
you see your welds in a new light, providing
more contrast and natural-looking colours.
Wider field of view with flip-up front – a combination welding
helmet and protective visor.
A quick lift of the front and you get a big, 17x10 cm clear view
– excellent for precision grinding in low-light conditions.
And if you use the 9100 FX-Air model, the clear view from the curved
visor lets you keep your respiratory protection in place at all times.
Helmet specifications: page 42
ADF specifications: page 16–17
Respiratory systems: page 82
Ordering & part info: page 68
3M™ Speedglas™ Multi-Protection
Welding Helmets 9100MP and 9100 MP-Lite
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets
9100MP and 9100 MP-Lite
9100 MP-Lite
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9100 MP
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CLASS
CLASS
Features 1)
Multiple levels of
protection
Mechanical
strength
B
(EN 166, EN 175)
B
Side windows
2)
Auto-ON
2)
Exhaust vents
Flip-up
Graphics option
EN EN
Head protection 397 812
2)
Natural Colour
Technology
Weld with confidence
Powered Air
EN 12941 NPF
Head, eye, face, hearing
and respiratory – we’ve
seamlessly integrated five
levels of welder protection
into one easy-to-use system.
Supplied Air
EN 14594 NPF
2)
TH3 TH3
500 500
3B
3B
200 200
1) More details about the features
referenced, see page 102.
2) Only in combination with 3M™
Speedglas™ Welding Filter 9100XXi.
See more of your work
A large (17x10 cm) curved
protection visor with excellent
views up, down, and side-to-side.
Extend coverage
All-new accessory shroud
covers front and back of neck
and shoulders, as well as upper
chest and back. See page 40.
9100 MP
with safety helmet
Have you tried multi-protection
systems where some component
seemed to clash with the other
components?
That’s why we built our 3M™
Speedglas™ Systems 9100 MP
(multi-protection) just for welders.
You can now work in a highly
integrated, comfortable, protective
envelope, with big, wide views as
you weld, prep and grind.
Helmet specifications: page 42
Impact
9100 MP-Lite
with bump cap
protection
≈20%
9100MP
ADF specifications: page 16–17
lighter
9100MP-Lite
Respiratory systems: page 82
Ordering & part info: page 68
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9002NC
Improved comfort
Head suspension features
a smooth ratchet for easy
tightening – even while
wearing gloves!
Features 1)
Light and narrow,
for quick tasks
Mechanical
strength
(EN 166, EN 175)
9002NC
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9002NC
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CLASS
B
Side windows
Auto-ON
Exhaust vents
Flip-up
Graphics option
Head protection
You asked and we listened.
Many welders think our classic
Speedglas helmet 9000 has the
ideal blend of shape and balance.
Natural Colour
Technology
Powered Air
EN 12941 NPF
So we’ve brought it back
– upgraded for a totally
new optical experience.
Supplied Air
EN 14594 NPF
1) More details about
the features referenced,
see page 102.
Award-winning design
More than 20 years ago, the 3M™
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9000 set
a new standard for rugged, dependable
protection.
A helmet loved by many welders
and internationally awarded for its
ergonomic design.
Better control of
the weld puddle
Improved optics in the
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding
Filter 9002NC helps you
see your welds in a new light,
providing more contrast
and natural-looking colour.
Freedom of movement
Shield width
23,6 cm
The slim profile offers increased
freedom of movement in tight
places.
Coverage
Pick your preference
The 9002NC helmet (left) is slimmer and not as deep as a 9100
helmet (right), making it more maneuverable and lighter in weight.
On the other hand, the deeper and wider 9100 series covers
more of your ears, neck, and sides of your head.
Helmet specifications: page 42
ADF specifications: page 17
Ordering & part info: page 68
Easy tightening
The head suspension
features a smooth ratchet
for easy tightening – even
while wearing gloves!
Features 1)
3M Speedglas Welding Helmet SL
™
™
Mechanical
strength
Light, narrow
and fast
(EN 166, EN 175)
SL
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet SL
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CLASS
F
Side windows
Auto-ON
Exhaust vents
Flip-up
Graphics option
Head protection
Natural Colour
Technology
Powered Air
EN 12941 NPF
Supplied Air
EN 14594 NPF
1) More details about the
features referenced,
see page 102.
i
Light in weight,
strong in performance
Great for fast tasks
Designed specifically for quick welding tasks,
a motion sensor automatically turns ON the
welding filter when you pick up the helmet.
A slim and narrow helmet design,
with an accompanying lightweight
auto-darkening filter that’s suitable
for most arc welding processes.
Did you know that some lightweight welding
helmets can actually absorb moisture and become
heavier over time? We took care to avoid that
problem by making our SL (super light) helmet from
strong, non-absorbent materials (also applicable for
the 9100 series helmets).
Light weight – only 370 gram
(including auto-darkening welding filter)
We also designed a special auto-darkening filter
to make both the ADF and the helmet weight
a mere 370 grams – 25% lighter than any other
Speedglas model.
Helmet specifications: page 42
ADF specifications: page 17
Ordering & part info: page 68
Weld with
personality
Mechanical
strength
(EN 166, EN 175)
CLASS
CLASS
B
B
Side windows
Auto-ON
Exhaust vents
Flip-up
Features 1)
3M™ Welding Helmet 10V and 10-QR
Basic functions
in a robust design
Mechanical
strength
(EN 166, EN 175)
Flip-up
Graphics option
Graphics option
Head protection
Head protection
Natural Colour
Technology
Natural Colour
Technology
Powered Air
Powered Air
EN 12941 NPF
Supplied Air
EN 14594 NPF
1) More details about the features
referenced, see page 102.
1) More details about the features
referenced, see page 98.
Get your career off to a great start
with high-performance eye and face
protection!
Designed for all-round MIG/MAG
and MMAW (electrode or “stick”)
welding, with user selectable dark
shades of 10, 11 or 12.
Now with a new option for head
protection – the 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 100-QR
(quick release).
100-QR
with safety helmet
10V
Want to stand out?
Confident protection
Make an impactful statement with one of
our powerful, distinctive graphic designs.
Find them all on page 78.
Robust, industrial helmet design.
Complies to the European Standards
EN 175, EN 166 and EN 379.
Variable shades for flexibility
Performance made affordable
Five adjustable dark shades 8–12. A
lockable shade 3 light state for grinding.
And three sensitivity settings for
customized light-to-dark switching,
lock-in shade 3 light state.
Auto-darkening filter performance
at a price that won’t break the bank.
Ordering & part info: page 68
B
Exhaust vents
EN 14594 NPF
ADF specifications: page 17
CLASS
B
Auto-ON
Supplied Air
Helmet specifications: page 42
CLASS
Side windows
EN 12941 NPF
100 Skull
The 100 helmet shown with
the new Skull graphics option;
standard color is black.
10-QR
Features 1)
10V
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet Series 100 and 100-QR
100-QR
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100
38
10-QR
with safety helmet
Helmet specifications: page 42
ADF specifications: page 17
Ordering & part info: page 68
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We got you covered
Every welder is different, and each day your tasks
can change. As the owner of a 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet, you have a variety of accessories
available to maximize your protection and comfort.
Plus, we now offer a new generation of additional
coverage products made in flame-retardant
textiles for protection against molten metal,
sparks and flames.
Time to upgrade
your visibility?
Getting too close to your arc?
Start with the easiest solution first: replace your filter’s outer
protection plates more frequently!
16 90 05
If you still can’t see the detail you need, try one of our magnifying
lenses. They come in x1.0, x2.0 and x3.0 strengths. For details,
see the Accessories and Spare Parts section for each helmet.
16 91 00
16 90 10
16 40 05
Need an even darker shade?
16 90 07
16 90 14
Welding at very high amperages can create such an intense weld
pool that you may feel eye strain, even when using a dark shade
selection. On the welding filter series 9100, 9000 and 100, you
can replace the standard (clear) inner protection plate with either
our +1 or +2 shade plates. For details, see page 69.
16 90 01
16 90 15
System
Quick guide to extend your protection
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet
Head protection
(Part No)
Material
Neck protection
(Part No)
Material
9100 +
9100-Air
9100FX +
9100 FX-Air
9100-QR
100-QR
10/10-QR
9100 MP
9100 MP-Lite
16 40 09
16 90 05
16 90 07 (large)
16 90 06 (small)
–
16 90 14
Cotton / Para-aramid
Cotton /
Para-aramid
Cotton /
Para-aramid
–
Reflective
9002NC
100
SL
16 90 011)
16 90 10
16 40 05
16 90 15
Cotton / Para-aramid
Cotton / Para-aramid
Leather
Cotton/
Para-aramid
16 91 00
–
–
Cotton / Para-aramid
–
–
Hood (Part No)
Material
Breathing tube cover
(Part No)
–
83 40 18
–
83 40 18
Material
–
Flame-retardant
–
Flame-retardant
1) Alternative neck protection available in leather (part no 16 40 05).
Component
Typically replaced
Notes
Welding filters
Outer protection plate
Once a week
Replace anytime the plate becomes deeply
pitted, scratched or too dirty to clean with soft
cloth or lens paper
Welding filters
Inner cover plate
Once a month
Regularly clean with a soft cloth and replace if
any pits or scratches occur.
Visor plate
Every two weeks
Replace more often if visibility is reduced.
Welding helmets
Sweatband
Once a month
Replace more often if sweatband becomes
unhygienic.
Welding helmets
with respirator
Face seal
At least every 2 months
Replace earlier in dirty environments or
whenever the seal becomes unhygienic.
Welding helmets
with respirator
Breathing tube
If damaged, deformed or
leaking any air
To extend the life of breathing tube, use a tube
cover or a heavy-duty rubber breathing tube.
Welding helmets
Important information. Note that
higher-than-normal levels of pollutants,
heat, and sparks will require more
frequent replacements of components.
Chart assumes minimum 4 hours usage
per day. Ordering information for each
series of welding helmet can be found
in the Parts Directory, page 68.
Learn more about product maintenance
from Speedglas YouTube channel!
Scan the QR code or visit
youtube.com/3MSpeedglas
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Selector 3
Selector 4
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Refine your helmet selection based on your preferences
Specification
Welding helmets (non-air)
Eye and Face Protection (Approval)
Welding Helmets
Protection Plates
Visor Plates
Head protection (Approval)
Respiratory protection1
9100-QR
9100 FX
9002NC
SL
100
100-QR
10V
10-QR
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
–
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
–
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
EN 166:BT
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
–
EN 175:F
EN 166:FT
–
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
–
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
–
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
–
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
–
–
EN 397 2)
–
–
–
–
EN 3972)
–
EN 3972)
Specification
Welding helmet systems (air)
Eye and Face Protection (Approval)
Welding Helmets
Protection Plates
Visor Plates
Head protection (Approval)
Respiratory protection (Approval)3)
Adflo Powered Air Respirator
Versaflo Supplied Air Regulator V-500E
All helmets are compatible with 3M disposable or resusable respirators; see page 56-59.
See next page for helmets available with powered and supplied air respiratory protection.
)
Hearing protection – optional
(see page 65)
9100
9100 FX-Air
9100-Air
9100 MP
9100 MP-Lite
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
EN 166:BT
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
–
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
EN 166:BT
EN 175:B
EN 166:BT
EN 166:BT
–
–
EN 397 Safety Helmet
EN 812 Bump Cap
EN 12941 (TH3) NPF 500
EN 14594 (3B) NPF 200
EN 12941 (TH2) NPF 50
EN 14594 (3B) NPF 200
EN 12941 (TH3) NPF 500
EN 14594 (3B) NPF 200
EN 12941 (TH3) NPF 500
EN 14594 (3B) NPF 200
Earmuffs
Earplugs
Earmuffs
Earplugs
Earmuffs
Earplugs
Earmuffs
Earplugs
Earmuffs
Earplugs
Earmuffs
Earplugs
Earmuffs
Earplugs
Earplugs
Earplugs
Earplugs
Earplugs
Earplugs
Earplugs
1 Exhaust vents
YES
YES
YES
YES
–
–
–
–
–
2 Side windows
YES
YES
YES
YES
2 Side windows
Optional
YES
YES
–
–
–
–
–
–
3 High-comfort headband 9100
YES
YES
–
–
YES
–
YES
YES
YES
YES
–
–
–
4 Flip-up with clear visor
YES
–
YES
YES
–
–
YES
–
–
–
–
–
–
Auto-darkening filter options
9100V, 9100X,
9100XX, 9100XXi
9100V, 9100X,
9100XX, 9100XXi
9100V, 9100X,
9100XX, 9100XXi
9100V, 9100X,
9100XX, 9100XXi
–
–
–
–
–
YES
–
–
–
3) The nominal protection factor based on laboratory-measured performance data according to European Standards.
The protection factor is assigned by local authorities in each European country and can therefore be different for each country.
9100V,
9100X,
9100XX,
9100XXi
9100V,
9100X,
9100XX,
9100XXi
9100V,
9100X,
9100XX,
9100XXi
9002NC
SL
100-V
100-V
10V
10V
3 High-comfort
headband 9100
4 Flip-up with clear visor
Graphics option
Auto-darkening filter options
(see page 16-17)
Hearing protection – optional (see page 65 )
(see page 16-17)
1) This overview shows only our helmets without air delivery connection. Helmets for powered or supplied air respirator systems see page 43.
2) With 3M™ Safety Helmet H-701.
Specification
Visors and Helmets (air)
Eye and Face Protection (Approval)
Visor Plates
Head protection (Approval)
Respiratory protection (Approval) 3)
Adflo Powered Air Respirator
Versaflo Supplied Air Regulator
1 Exahaust vents –
exhaled air is channeled
out via side vents.
2 Side windows –
shade 5 filters that widen
your field of vision.
Hearing protection – optional
(see page 65)
3 High-comfort
Speedglas headband
9100 with smooth ratchet
for precise tightening.
4 Big, curved 17x10 cm
clear protective visor,
in-creasing your
peripherial vision.
Flame-retardant shroud l
Type of protective visor
M-107
M-307
M-407
EN 166 1:BT:3
EN 166 1:BT:3
EN 166 1:BT:3
–
EN 397
EN 397
EN 12941 (TH2) NPF 50
EN 14594 (2B) NPF 50
EN 12941 (TH2) NPF 50
EN 14594 (3B) NPF 200
EN 12941 (TH2) NPF 50
EN 14594 (3B) NPF 200
Ear muffs
Ear plugs
Ear muffs
Ear plugs
Ear muffs
Ear plugs
–
–
YES
Clear-coated polycarbonate
Clear-coated polycarbonate
Clear-coated polycarbonate
3) The nominal protection factor based on laboratory-measured performance data according to European Standards.
The protection factor is assigned by local authorities in each European country and can therefore be different for each country.
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Your respiratory
system
When good enough
isn’t enough
Occupational Exposure Limits (OEL) are typically country specific.
It’s legally within many country regulations to inhale 11 grams of
zinc oxide every year.
How?
To illustrate a general example, see photo below:
working with an OEL of 5 mg/m3 for zinc oxide, a full-time welder
may inhale up to 11 grams of zinc every year.1)
Content
Welding fume hazards
45
Reducing welding fumes & exposure
46
General guide to respiratory protection for welders
48
3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator
50
3M™ Versaflo™ Supplied Air Regulators
54
3M™ Reusable Respirators
56
3M™ Disposable Welding Respirator
58
TH2
11 gram
of welding
particles
To illustrate a general
example: working with an
OEL of 5 mg/m3 for zinc
oxide, a full-time welder may
inhale up to 11 grams of zinc
every year.4)
TH2 rated respirator systems
have a Nominal Protection
Factor of 50, meaning that when
the respirator is used correctly,
the wearer's exposure should
be reduced to 1/50th. In this
example, approximately 0.22mg
(the area above the purple line).
TH3
With a TH3 rated respirator, the
Nominal Protection Factor is
500 meaning that the when the
respirator is selected and used
correctly, the wearer's exposure
should be reduced to 1/500th
to approximately 0.022mg
(too small amount to illustrate
here). It's getting more common
that countries set TH3 as the
standard for welding protection.
1) The example is based on a typical respiratory rate of
20 litres of air per minute or 2300 m3 of air per year. The
reference used here is the OEL of zinc for Sweden, 2015
(5mg/m3).
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Reducing welding
fumes & exposure
Welding creates a mixture of respirable gases
and/or fumes (particles). To address these
hazards and risks, it is best practise to use a
hierarchy of controls. The idea is that the
highest priority items on the hierarchy not
only do the most to reduce fumes and worker
exposure, but that they also put the least burden
of responsibility on the welder. However, every
welding fume control has its limitations:
1
2
3
4
Modify or substitute
your welding process
to other processes
that generate less
fumes and/or reduce
the most toxic
contaminants.
Engineering controls
include modifying
enclosures around
the welder, or the
general ventilation of
the workshop, or local
exhaust controls.
Work practices
include having the
welder keep their
head out of the plume.
Personal respiratory
equipment. If steps
1 through 3 do
not eliminate the
respiratory hazards,
respiratory protection
for the welder can
provide protection and
comfort.
Control Limitations:
Substitutions may
not be possible.
For example, when
the end-product
requires stainless steel
(chromium).
Control Limitations:
Ventilation can be
difficult to achieve due
to conflicting needs,
for instance heating/
cooling or shielding
gases.
Control Limitations:
Space-restricted
workpieces or the
welding situation may
not allow alternative
placement of the
welder’s head.
Control Limitations:
Companies should
establish a respiratory
protection program
that includes selection
of respirators and their
filters, training and
maintenance.
FACTS:
Inadequate respiratory
protection is the 4th
most frequently cited
workplace violation.1)
40–50 welders
in UK are hospitalised every year with pneumonia caused by
welding fume. Two of these welders die every year.2)
1) Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards, OSHA, U.S. Department of Labor, for 2015.
2) Source: www.hse.gov.uk/welding/illness.htm (02.03.2017)
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Which style of respirator
suits your needs?
An overview of metals, welding
processes, and respirator selection
The following is a general outline to the type of 3M™ Respiratory
Protection that may be appropriate for your welding applications.
The following is an overview of the four
general types of 3M respiratory protection
found in this catalogue. In addition to your
application’s specific filtration requirements,
The overview looks at the metals to be joined, welding processes,
and ventilation conditions. It then lists the types of respiratory
protection that your Industrial Hygienist may recommend as
determined by their hazard assessments.
Read more on page 50
P
  = Particle filtration via disposable respirator, reusable respirator, or powered air respirator with a high efficiency particulate filter (P) installed.
P
 +
S
  = Supplied air via regulator and filtration unit.
A B E
• Can be used specifically for high efficient particle filtration (only) or for the
filtration of both particulates and gases, depending on filter selection.
• Cannot be used to protect against substances with poor warning properties
(taste/smell).
• Four welding helmet and three protective visor configurations to pick from.
Ventilation conditions of your working environment
Aluminium
Stainless steel
Steel
not coated or painted
Steel painted
(lead based paints)
Steel
galvanised
Steel
coated with 2-component
paints or insulated with
2-part polyurethanes
(risk of isocyanates)
Material
cleaned with
trichloroethylene
Welding method
3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator
• NPF1) of up to 500 (TH3).
  = Particle and gas filtration via powered air respirator with both a high efficiency particulate filter (P) and a A1B1E1 (or A2) filter installed.
Material to be welded
your selection process may include a variety of
factors such as equipment style/configuration,
personal preference/comfort, and maintenance
considerations.
Good environment,
with forced
ventilation
Limited
ventilation
Restricted
space
MIG
P
P
/
P
+
A B E
S
TIG
P
P
/
P
+
A B E
S
MMA (stick)
P
P
/
P
+
A B E
S
MIG
P
P
/
P
+
A B E
S
TIG
P
P
/
P
+
A B E
S
MMA (stick)
P
P
/
P
+
A B E
S
PLASMA (Welding and Cutting)
P
P
+
A B E
/
S
MIG/MAG
P
P
S
STICK WELDING
P
P
S
PLASMA (Welding and Cutting)
P
P
MIG/MAG
P
P
MMA (stick)
P
P
PLASMA (Welding and Cutting)
P
P
MIG/MAG
P
MMA (stick)
P
/
S
S
• Provides a constant nominal airflow rate of either 170 lpm or 200 lpm
(based on user settings).
Classified as IDLH
Powered and
supplied air
respirators must
never be used
in atmospheres
Immediately
Dangerous to Life
or Health (IDLH).
Always consult
your Safety
Engineer.
S
• The respirator’s slim turbo design allows highly mobile use.
Read more on page 54
• NPF of 200 (3B).
• Can be used to protect against substances with poor warning properties
(taste/smell).
• Four welding helmet and three protective visor configurations to pick from.
• Belt-mounted regulator with user control over airflow: from 170 lpm to 305 lpm.
• Requires compressed air, an air filtration unit, and appropriate air supply lines.
Read more on page 56
S
S
/
S
3M™ Versaflo™ Supplied Air Regulators 3M™ Reusable Respirators
• NPFs of either 10 or 50, depending on model.
S
• All provide protection against solid and liquid particles.
P
S
• Specific products for organic vapour/inorganic vapours + acid gas/ammonia.
P
S
• Fits under all 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 9100.
S
• Maintenance-free or reusable models available.
/
PLASMA (Welding and Cutting)
P
P
MIG/MAG
S
S
S
MMA (stick)
S
S
S
PLASMA (Welding and Cutting)
S
S
S
MIG
S
S
S
TIG
S
S
S
MMA (stick)
S
S
S
• For moderate levels of fine dust particles; oil- and water-based mists;
metal fume; and ozone (10 x OEL). 2)
PLASMA (Welding and Cutting)
S
S
S
• Lightweight.
S
3M accepts no liability for the incorrect choice of respiratory protective equipment. This chart is only an outline. It is designed to help focus on
the most appropriate respirators in the 3M range for particular applications. It should not be used as the only means of selecting a respirator.
Details regarding performance and limitations are set out on the respirator packaging and user instructions.
Read more on page 58
3M™ Disposable Welding Respirators
• NPF of 10.
• No maintenance – disposable.
• Fits under virtually any welding helmet.
1) NPF = Nominal Protection Factor. The nominal protection factor based on laboratory-measured performance data according to European
Standards. The protection factor is assigned by local authorities in each European country and can therefore be different for each country.
2) OEL = Occupational Exposure Limit
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3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator
Better for backs
The ergonomic leather
belt, shaped for maximum
freedom, is extra wide
around the turbo unit for
additional back support.
3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator
Your own filtered
atmosphere…
…mobile and adaptable
A system for your needs
System components are
designed to work securely
together, combining head, eye,
face and respiratory protection.
Move around
The slim profile and ergonomic turbo design
makes it easier to go into tight spaces. The robust
3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator provides all
of the features you would expect in a premium
system, including easy-to-use functionality.
Is there a way to both increase your respiratory
protection against harmful welding fumes while
increasing the comfort around your face and head?
Tackle workplace hazards with a respiratory
protection solution workers will want to wear.
As one of the most popular respirators of its kind in
the world, the 3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator
is designed to provide welders a constant nominal
airflow rate of 170 litres per minute, regardless of the
battery’s charge or the particle loading of the filter.
Green for go
As soon as you turn on your Adflo powered air respirator, a display indicates the status of the filter.
Green light means that the unit is working normally. Red light indicates that the filter is clogging up.
Go higher
At higher altitudes, air is less dense. To
compensate, we offer the 3M™ Adflo™ High
Altitude Powered Air Respirator.
Suitable for 0 to 3000 meters above sea level,
or 0 to 1500 meters with gas filters.
1. Particle filter is new
2. Three green indicator
lights come on
as the filter begins to clog
3. Three green and
one red light:
expect a shorter battery
runtime. Particle filter
replacement is recommended.
4. Three green and
two red lights:
the particle filter is
clogged and must be
replaced.
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An adaptable system that saves money
Increase your comfort
With the right type of filter, the Adflo respirator helps effectively protect you against both
particles and gases – all in one system. And you can selectively replace either the particle
or the gas filter as needed: you don’t need to change both filters at the same time.
Braces
83 50 20
A Filter cover: holds the different available Adflo filters.
B Spark arrestor.
C Prefilter: increases the service life of the particle filter.
Backpack
D Particle filter: high efficiency particulate filtration.
EGas filter: (A1B1E1 or A2) captures organic, inorganic and
acid gases and vapours. Gas filters sold separately.
FOdour filter: removes unpleasant smells (not needed if
a gas filter is installed); sold separately.
GLi-ion battery: fully charges in 4,5 hours. Expected
operating time is 7–9 hours at the standard 170 l/m
airflow setting with a new particle filter and a new,
fully-charged battery.
There are two specific accessories for the Adflo respirator we want to
highlight, to maximize your comfort:
HBrushless motor: with an average life three times
longer than conventional motors.
Braces (835020), to be combined with the leather belt and a backpack
(BPK-01) for additional back support, when using the Adflo respirator.
IFilter indicator: indicates the status of the particle filter.
For maximum safety and performance, make it a regular habit to check
and change the following items at the intervals recommended below.
JAirflow plus: for hot, humid jobs, you can increase the
airflow from 170 l/min to 200 l/min with the push of a button.
K Breathing tube: different options available.
LAirflow: for your maximum comfort, a diffuser
evenly distributes filtered air throughout
the entire breathing zone of the helmet.
Plus, the intelligent turbo unit keeps the
airflow rate at a constant, preset level.
MSoft, flexible face seal
(removed here for clarity):
creates a positive pressure environment
within the helmet, keeping the surrounding
pollutants at bay.
Shown here: 3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator with
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX Air.
Adflo component
Typically replaced 1)
Notes
Prefilter
Once a week
Regular replacement of the prefilter extends the life of
the particle filter, saving money while also increasing the
battery run-time.
Particle filter
At least
every month
Replace when particle filter indicator becomes red.
Otherwise, replace whenever the battery operating time
becomes too short, or when the low airflow alarm is
triggered by a fully loaded filter.
Gas filter
According to regulations
at your work place
Smell and taste is not recommended as a measure
of change.
Odour filter
Any time you smell
unpleasant odours
Note: odour filter is not required if a gas filter is used.
Spark arrestor
As needed
Replace if deformed and no longer fitting well.
1) Important i­ nformation. Note that higher-than-normal levels of pollutants, heat, and sparks will require more frequent replacement of components.
Chart assumes minimum 4 hours usage per day. Ordering information for each series of welding helmet can be found in the Parts Directory page 84.
System overview: page 82
Ordering & part info: page 84–85
BPK-01
3M™ Versaflo™ Supplied Air Regulators
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High quality air
The airline supply must be air of breathable
quality meeting the requirements of
EN 12021. On page 86 you will find air
cleaning stations from 3M.
3M™ Versaflo™ Supplied Air Regulators
Light on your belt and
soft on your ears
Stay aware
If your air supply would ever fall
below 170 lpm, the regulator’s
warning whistle will sound.
V-100E Air Cooling
Many helmet options
Achieve a Nominal Protection Factor
of 200 when you combine the 3M™
Versaflo™ Belt Mounted Regulators
with our 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding
Helmets 9100-Air, 9100 FX-Air,
9100 MP or 9100 MP-Lite.
V-200E Air Heating
V-500E Flow Controlled
The balanced, belt-worn, V–500E regulator consistently delivers
the airflow level you set (170-305 l/min). An integrated silencer
keeps the noise level equivalent to a typical conversation.
There are two alternative regulators to either cool (V-100E) or
heat (V-200E) the airflow by as much as 28°C. These regulators
are excellent choices for workers exposed to uncomfortable
temperature ranges.
System overview: page 82
Ordering & part info: page 86-87
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3M™ Reusable Respirators
3M™ Reusable Respirators
An easy choice
for a tough world
Get your customized combination of respiratory protection and personal comfort preferences.
Our half mask respirators are popular in industrial applications. The filters/respirators
featured here can be appropriate for numerous welding applications, while being compatible
with most 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets.1)
3M™ Half Masks
Series 4000
3M™ Half Mask
Series 6500QL
3M™ Half Mask
Series 7500
• Maintenance-free: save time
with pre-installed filters.
• Our lightest silicone
facepiece keeps it
shape, even in high-heat
environments.
• Soft silicone face piece
material for great comfort
and durability.
• Less heat and moisture
build-up due to the central
exhalation valve.
• Reuse multiple times until
damaged, clogged with
particulates, or saturated
with gas.
• Low-profile, wide field-ofview design.
• Easy on and off with our
convenient Quick Latch (QL)
Drop-Down Mechanism.
• Easier breathing with 3M™
CoolFlow™ Exhalation Valve.
• Convenient Drop-Down
Mechanism.
• Easier breathing with 3M™
CoolFlow™ Exhalation Valve.
3M™ Reusable Respirators
Performance level
Approval
Half masks 6500QL or 7500 with
Filter 2128
10 x OEL3) for Ozone
12 x OEL3) for solid and liquid particles (P2 R)
Plus relief from nuisance level acid gas/organic vapours.
EN140:1998 (masks)
EN143:2000 + A1:2006
Half masks 6500QL or 7500 with
Filter 2138
10 x OEL3) for Ozone
50 x OEL3) for solid and liquid particles (P3 R)
Plus relief from nuisance level acid gas/organic vapours.
EN140:1998 (masks)
EN143:2000 + A1:2006
Half mask 4255
10 x OEL3) for organic vapour4)
50 x OEL3) for particles
EN405:2001 + A1:2009
FFA2P3 R D
Half mask 4277
10 x OEL3) organic vapours4) , inorganic vapours and acid gases
50 x OEL3) for particles
EN405:2001 + A1:2009
EN405:2001 + A1:2009
FFABE1P3 R D
1) Since everyone’s head size and shape is different, we recommend that you work with your 3M™ distributor to find the respirator models that are
most compatible with your welding helmet(s). The filter option reference is for particle filtration. The 3M™ Half masks can be combined with many
other types of filters for both gases and vapours. Please visit www.3M.com to find other options.
3) OEL = Occupational Exposure Limit - please use local exposure limit.
4) Organic vapours boiling point >65 degrees C
3M™ Welding Fume Disposable Respirators
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3M™ Welding Fume Disposable Respirators
Secure fit
Light, convenient and
comfortable protection
Shape it to your
individual nose size and
facial profile with the
bendable metal nose clip.
Looking for lightweight, effective, comfortable
and hygienic respiratory protection against dusts,
mists, and metal fumes?
Especially designed for welders, the 3M™
Disposable Respirators 9925 and 9928 include
a flame-retardant, anti-clog outer surface that
resists blockage even after extended use against
welding fumes.
Breathe easier
3M™ Advanced Electret Filter
Material combines effective
filtration with low resistance.
Welding and metal pouring
respirators all feature the
proprietary 3M™ CoolFlow™
Exhalation Valve.
3M™ Particulate Filters
Model
Approval
Substance
9925 – Without faceseal,
non-reusable.
EN149:2001 +
A1:2009 FFP2 NR D
Organic vapours, ozone, particles / 10 x OEL 2).
Nuisance level odours below OEL 2).
9928 – With soft, PVC inner
faceseal. Improves comfort
and can be hygienically cleaned
(can be used for more than
one shift).
EN149:2001 +
A1:2009 FFP2 R D
Organic vapours, ozone, particles / 10 x OEL 2).
Nuisance level odours below OEL 2).
2) OEL = Occupational Exposure Limit - please use local exposure limit.
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Your ears
The challenge of hearing
protection for welders
100%
usage
Gives the
expected
protection.
Content
The challenge of hearing protection for welders
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Strategies for moving towards 100% usage
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3M™ PELTOR™ Level Dependent Earplug LEP-100 EU
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Selector 5 - hearing protection for welders (earmuffs & ear plugs)
65
That’s right: if you’re in a harmfully loud workplace – at or above 85
decibels – then not having your ear protection in place just 10% of the
time offers you significantly less protection. Noise-induced hearing
loss (NIHL) is caused by the damage and eventual death of the ear’s
hair cells. Unlike some other cells, human ear hair cells never grow
back.1)
Too loud may be less loud than you think
Think of all of the noises that surround you at your welding shop.
Your tools, of course. But also the sudden, short, yet very loud noises:
metal falling onto metal or hammers banging metal into place. Those
sudden noisy spikes, at or above 85 decibels, could be damaging your
hearing unless your hearing protection is always in place.
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Earmuffs that attach to safety helmets
Minutes of carelessness per day significantly
reduces the effect of hearing protection
99%
usage
Work Scale Decibels (dBA)1)
Reduces
protection.
150
Jet Engine
120–140
Sand Blasting
110–120
Punch Press
100–110
Tractor97
90%
usage
Belt Sander
93
Risk of hearing loss
85
Air Conditioning Unit
60
Electrical Transformer
45
Watch Ticking
20
Significantly
reduces
protection.
1) https://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/noise-induced-hearing-loss
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50
0
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Moving towards
100% usage
Measure the noise
Determine where your facility falls on the regulations’ scale of
Exposure Action Values (see table below) by performing a noise
exposure assessment.
Create a Hearing Conservation Programme
Between the lower and upper Exposure Action Values, it is required to:
1. Provide information on potential hearing loss risks.
2. Provide the appropriate hearing protection devices.
3. Provide training.
Select hearing protection that your
workers want to wear
This is the most important step in moving towards 100% usage.
The following pages offer Hearing Protection Equipment (HPE)
options for virtually every welder’s needs and preferences.
Exposure Action Values
87dB (A)
140dB (C) Peak
LEX, 8h
Limit Value
Cannot be exceeded at any time.
Can be achieved with HPE.
85dB (A)
137dB (C) Peak
LEX, 8h
Upper Exposure Action Value
HPE must be used and a Hearing
Conservation Programme initiated.
80dB (A)
135dB (C) Peak
LEX, 8h
Lower Exposure Action Value
HPE must be made available
on request.
Despite industry
regulations, 40 million
workers are exposed
to loud noise and
13 million suffer from
hearing disorders.1)
3M™ PELTOR™ Level Dependent Earplug LEP-100 EU
Stay aware and
communicate
How can you protect your hearing but still
communicate in workplaces with loud noises?
The 3M™ PELTOR™ LEP-100 EU amplifies weak
sounds (like voices) when noise levels are low
while attenuating loud noises – even sudden
loud noises.
Added convenience
Replaceable eartips are available in
small, medium, and large sizes and two
different designs to accommodate most
user’s ear canals:
• UltraFit™ Eartips, SNR of 32 dB
• Torque Eartips, SNR of 38 dB.
Rain or wind
Water resistant
microphone port also helps
minimise wind noise.
Easy operation
Intuitive one-button operation
turns the unit on and off, and
selects volume settings.
Long usage time
The rechargeable Li-ion
battery provides up to 16
hours of continuous operation.
3M strongly recommends fit testing of
hearing protectors.
Improve situational awareness
and communications with noise
level dependent earplugs.
1) European Agency for Safety and Health at Work 2016
Specifications and ordering info: page 65.
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Selector 5
3M™ PELTOR™
Earmuffs X-Series
No compromises
Ear cups have a streamlined
design that doesn't compromise
noise attenuation.
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Hearing protection for welders
A selection of 3M™ Earmuffs and Ear Plugs1)
Helmet mounted
Integrated design for
more robustness
3M™ PELTOR™ Earmuffs
and Level Dependent Ear Plug
Design
SNR
Part No
H505B
X1
Earmuffs
X2
Earmuffs
X3
Earmuffs
X4
Earmuffs
X5
Earmuffs
LEP-100 EU
Neckband
Helmet
mounted
Helmet
mounted
Helmet
mounted
Slim, fluorescent,
helmet mounted
Helmet
mounted
Level dependent
ear plug
24dB
26dB
30dB
32dB
32dB
36dB
32dB / 38dB
H505B
X1P3
X2P3
X3P3
X4P3
X5P3
LEP-100
With 3M™ Welding Helmet
Speedglas 9100
Speedglas 9100 Air
Stylish and reliable
New ear cushion foam
technology for an effective
acoustic seal and reliable
protection
Comfortable
Lightweight dual mould
cups.
3M strongly recommends
fit testing of hearing
protectors.
Speedglas 9100-QR
Speedglas 9100 FX
Speedglas 9100 FX-Air
Speedglas 9100 MP/ MP-Lite2)
Speedglas 9002NC
Specifications and ordering info: page 65.
Speedglas 100
Speedglas 100-QR
3M PELTOR Welding Earmuffs H505B
™
™
3M 10-QR
Versaflo M-series2)
1) These recommendations are general and are based on usage with 3M™ Welding Helmets. Your personal preferences may result in different selections:
for additional product information and technical specifications, please visit www.3m.com
2) Please add assembly part number Z3AF/2 when ordering X-series earmuffs for the headtops 9100MP/MP-Lite and Versaflo™ M-Series.
Good fit
Fit nicely under 3M™ Speedglas™ 9100
Series and other welding helmets
3M 10V
Less scratch sound
Semi-soft cup surface
helps minimize scratch
sound transmission
3M™ Earplug3)
Reliable noise reduction
Soft ear cushions provide a
comfortable seal and help
reduce loud noise exposure
Design
SNR
Part No
E-A-R™ Classic
3M 1100
E-A-R™ Pulsar
E-A-R™ Ultrafit
3M NoTouch
E-A-R™ Ultrafit X
Disposable rolldown earplug
(small/large sizes)
Disposable rolldown earplug
(high attenuation)
Ergonomic, wear
Behind-the-Head
Reusable pre
molded earplug
with cord
Soft foam earplugs
with cord and stem
(easy and hygenic)
Corded, pre molded
earplugs
28dB
37dB
23dB
32dB
32dB
35dB
PP-01-002
1100F
PN-01-010A
UF-01-100
PN-01-004
UF-01-014
3) The 3M™ E-A-R™ Hearing Protection listed here were selected for use in a typical welding environment. For additional 3M hearing protection selections,
and to get more product information and specifications, please visit www.3m.com
Stays in place
Two-point suspension and wire
headband for a secure, comfortable fit
Specifications and ordering info: page 65.
Protecta® Pro™ Welders Harness
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Protecta® Pro™ Welders Harness
Fall protection
harness for high
heat environments
Pro™ Welders Harness
Fire and sparks are a major concern in jobs such as welding, cutting
and other high temperature applications requiring special materials to
help resist these hazards.
For hot work use
The Protecta® Pro™ Welders Harness is specifically designed to resist
the potential heat damage experienced in welding applications.
Featuring highly durable heat resistant and flame retardant modacrylic
over Kevlar® webbing and a lightweight design providing excellent
body support solutions for welding at height.
For at complete product overview and further information, please visit www.capitalsafety.com
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Parts
Directory
Scratches decrease your vision
As the outer protection plate becomes deeply pitted, scratched or too dirty to clean with
soft cloth, it’s probably time to replace it. Ensure you order the right plate to your filter:
Content
Outer protection plate
Selector 6 - find the right protection plate to your welding filter
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Part No
Description
12 60 00
Standard
Standard
9100V
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100
70
42 60 00
42 70 00
Scratch resistant
3M Speedglas Welding Helmet 9100 FX
72
42 70 71
Heat resistant
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-QR
74
52 60 00
Standard
52 70 00
Scratch resistant
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9002NC
76
52 70 01
Extra Scratch resistant
52 70 70
Heat resistant
3M Speedglas Welding Helmet SL
77
72 60 00
Standard
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 100/100-QR
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72 70 00
Scratch resistant
77 60 00
Standard
3M Welding Helmet 10V/10-QR
80
77 70 00
Scratch resistant
77 70 70
Heat resistant
™
™
™
™
™
Spare parts for older 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets (non-air)
81
Selector 7 - powered and supplied air system overview
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Upgrade to the latest welding helmet systems
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84
3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator
3M Versaflo Supplied Air Regulators
86
3M™ Aircare™ Filtration Systems
86
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-Air
88
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air
90
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 MP/MP-Lite
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™
™
Spare parts for older 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets (for respirator systems)
94
3M™ Safety Helmet H-701
95
3M™ Versaflo™ M-Series Headtops
96
3M™ Protective Visor DIN 5
97
Product index
98
For welding filter model
9100X
9100XX
9100XXi
9100
Passive
SL
100 Series
10V
9002NC
The table shows our current program of welding filters, if you have an older helmet model check page 81 for consumables.
Regularly clean the inner cover plate with a soft cloth and replace if any pits or
scratches occur. Ensure you order the right plate to your filter:
Inner cover plate
Part No
Description
LxH
(mm)
12 60 00
Clear
110x90
42 80 00
Clear
91x42
42 80 10
Clear
103x53
42 80 30
+1 Shade
103x53
42 80 50
+2 Shade
103x53
52 80 05
Clear
117x50
52 80 06
+1 Shade
117x50
52 80 07
+2 Shade
117x50
52 80 15
Clear
117x61
52 80 16
+1 Shade
117x61
52 80 17
+2 Shade
117x61
52 80 25
Clear
117x77
52 80 26
+1 Shade
117x77
52 80 27
+2 Shade
117x77
For welding filter model
9100V
9100X
9100XX
9100XXi
9100 Passive
100 Passive
SL
The table shows our current program of welding filters, if you have an older helmet model check page 81 for consumables.
100S
100V
10V
9002NC
70
71
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100
53 60 00
16 80 15
53 62 00
53 20 151)
50 00 26
50 00 01
16 90 10
16 90 05
53 61 00
53 20 00
50 00 05
50 18 26
50 00 15
50 00 25
50 11 90
50 18 901)
53 30 00
50 18 00
50 11 00 / 50 18 00
Helmets with side windows
– auto-darkening filter
Helmets without welding filter
Welding filters
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
50 18 15
With Speedglas welding filter
9100X (54x107 mm).
With Speedglas welding filter
9100XX (73x107 mm).
With Speedglas filter kit 9100XXi,
incl welding filter and front cover
9100XXi (73x107 mm).
50 11 00
Welding helmet 9100 without
side windows, with headband
and silver front.
Welding helmet 9100 with side
windows, headband and front
cover.
50 00 01
50 18 25
50 18 26
50 18 00
Description
Passive filter kit 9100
shade 11 (90x110 mm).
50 00 05 Auto-darkening filter 9100V,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(45x93 mm).
50 00 15 Auto-darkening filter 9100X,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(54x107 mm).
50 00 25 Auto-darkening filter 9100XX,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(73x107 mm).
50 00 26 Auto-darkening filter 9100XXi
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(73x107 mm).
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter Kit 9100XXi
Our top-of-the-line welding filter with improved
optics and a special designed front cover with
external controls for grinding and memory modes.
This complete kit (front cover and welding filter)
is compatible with Speedglas welding helmet
models 9100, 9100-Air and 9100-QR.
Read more about the new 9100XXi welding
filter on page 16.
Part No:
50 01 26 Welding filter and front cover 9100XXi
16 91 00
Auto-darkening Filter
19 71 35
Passive Filter
50 00 26
53 21 00
50 01 26
42 20 00
Part No
11 00 10
53 10 00
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
50 00 05
50 00 15
50 00 25
50 00 26
Description
Passive welding filter lens shade
10 (90x110).
11 00 11
Passive welding filter lens shade
11 (90x110).
11 00 12
Passive welding filter lens shade
12 (90x110).
11 00 13
Passive welding filter lens shade
13 (90x110).
12 60 00 Inner cover plate for passive
filter 9100.
16 80 15 Comfort sweatband, pkg of 3.
16 90 05 Head protection.
16 90 10 Neck protection.
16 91 00 Hood.
17 10 20 Magnifying lens 1.0.
17 10 21 Magnifying lens 1.5.
17 10 22 Magnifying lens 2.0.
17 10 23 Magnifying lens 2.5.
17 10 24 Magnifying lens 3.0.
19 71 35 Safety helmet adapter 9100, with
assembly parts.
42 20 00 Battery, pkg of 2.
50 00 01 Speedglas passive welding filter
kit 9100 (shade 11).
50 00 05 Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
50 00 15 Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
50 00 25 Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
52 80 05
52 80 06
52 80 07
52 80 15
52 80 16
52 80 17
52 80 25
52 80 26
52 80 27
Part No
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
Description
50 00 26 Speedglas welding filter 9100XXi.
50 01 26 Speedglas welding filter kit
9100XXi (incl front cover and
welding filter).
50 11 00
Welding helmet without side
windows, with headband.
50 11 90 Welding helmet without side
windows, without headband,
with front cover 9100.
50 18 00 Welding helmet with side
windows and headband, with
front cover 9100.
50 18 901) Welding helmet with side
windows, without headband,
with front cover.
52 60 00 Outer protection plate standard,
pkg of 10.
52 70 00 Outer protection plate scratch
resistant, pkg of 10.
52 70 01 Outer protection plate extra
scratch resistant, pkg of 10.
52 70 70 Outer protection plate heat
resistant, pkg of 10.
52 80 05 Inner cover plate for 9100V filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x50.
52 80 06 Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
1) Please use Part No 50 18 90 when new side windows are required.
50 00 01
Part No
11 00 10
11 00 11
11 00 12
11 00 13
12 60 00
Description
52 80 07 Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
52 80 15 Inner cover plate for 9100X filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x61.
52 80 16 Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
52 80 17 Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
52 80 25 Inner cover plate for 9100XX
filter, pkg of 5. Plate marking
117x77.
52 80 26 Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100XX filter, pkg of 3.
52 80 27 Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100XX filter, pkg of 3.
53 10 00 Battery holder, pkg of 2.
53 20 00 Heat-reflecting front cover 9100.
53 20 151) Side windows cover plate, 2 pairs.
53 21 00 Heat-reflecting front cover
9100XXi.
53 30 00 Headband with assembly parts.
53 60 00 Pivot mechanism, left and right.
53 61 00 Headband front part.
53 62 00 Headband back part.
72
73
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX
53 60 00
16 80 15
19 71 44
53 62 00
89 10 14
50 00 26
50 00 01
16 90 06
53 61 00
53 30 00
50 00 05
50 00 15
54 18 90
50 00 25
53 20 16
52 30 01
54 05 00
Helmets with side windows
– and auto-darkening filter
Helmet without welding filter
Alternative 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filters
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
54 18 15
With Speedglas welding filter
9100X (54x107 mm).
With Speedglas welding filter
9100XX (73x107 mm).
With Speedglas welding with filter
9100XXi (73x107 mm).
54 18 00
Welding helmet 9100 FX with
side windows, headband and
front cover.
50 00 01
54 18 25
54 18 26
54 18 00
16 90 10
Description
Passive filter kit 9100 shade 11
(90x110 mm).
50 00 05 Auto-darkening filter 9100V,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(45x93 mm).
50 00 15 Auto-darkening filter 9100X,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(54x107 mm).
50 00 25 Auto-darkening filter 9100XX,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(73x107 mm).
50 00 26 Auto-darkening filter 9100XXi
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(73x107 mm).
19 71 36
G3001NUV-VI
16 90 07
Auto-darkening Filter
Part No
Passive filters combined in flip-up helmets
With the 3M™ Speedglas™ Flip-up Welding Helmets, the side
windows offer additional peripherial welding vision. Now also
compatible with passive welding filters appropriate for long,
continuous welds and less sensitive to humidity and heat.
Excellent low-cost options for large, 110 x 90 mm welding
viewing area. And you can easily upgrade to a high
performance Speedglas auto-darkening filter at any time.
Passive Filter
42 20 00
53 10 00
11 00 10
11 00 11
11 00 12
11 00 13
12 60 00
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
16 91 00
50 00 05
50 00 15
50 00 25
50 00 26
Description
Passive welding filter lens shade 10.
Passive welding filter lens shade 11.
Passive welding filter lens shade 12.
Passive welding filter lens shade 13.
Inner cover plate for passive filter
9100.
16 80 15 Comfort sweatband, pkg of 3.
16 90 06 Head protection (small).
16 90 07 Head protection (large).
16 90 10 Neck protection, black.
16 91 00 Hood, black/grey.
17 10 20 Magnifying lens 1.0.
17 10 21 Magnifying lens 1.5.
17 10 22 Magnifying lens 2.0.
17 10 23 Magnifying lens 2.5.
17 10 24 Magnifying lens 3.0.
19 71 36 Safety helmet adapter 9100FX,
with assembly parts.
19 71 44
Hinge mechanism, 2 pcs
42 20 00 Battery CR2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
50 00 01 Speedglas passive welding filter
kit 9100 (shade 11).
50 00 05 Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
52 80 05
52 80 06
52 80 07
52 80 15
52 80 16
52 80 17
52 80 25
52 80 26
52 80 27
12 60 00
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
Part No
Description
Part No
50 00 15 50 00 25 50 00 26 52 30 01
52 60 00
Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XXi.
Visor plate anti-fog, pkg of 5.
Outer protection plate, standard,
pkg of 10.
Outer protection plate scratch
resistant, pkg of 10.
Outer protection plate extra
scratch resistant, pkg of 10.
Outer protection plate, heat
resistant pkg of 10.
Inner cover plate for 9100V filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x50.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate for 9100X filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x61.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
52 80 25 52 70 00 52 70 01
52 70 70 52 80 05 52 80 06 52 80 07 52 80 15 52 80 16 52 80 17 11 00 10
11 00 11
11 00 12
11 00 13
50 00 01
Description
Inner cover plate for 9100XX
filter, pkg of 5. Plate marking
117x77.
52 80 26 Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100XX filter, pkg of 3.
52 80 27 Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100XX filter, pkg of 3.
53 10 00 Battery holder, pkg of 2.
53 20 16 Side windows cover plate, 2 pairs.
53 30 00 Headband with assembly parts.
53 60 00 Pivot mechanism, left and right.
53 61 00 Headband front part.
53 62 00 Headband back part.
54 05 00 Front cover kit.
54 18 00 Welding helmet, without welding
filter, with headband.
54 18 90 Welding helmet, without welding
filter, without headband.
89 10 14
Velcro for Headcover, pkg of 2.
53 62 00 Headband back part.
G3001NUV-VI 3M™ Safety Helmet G3001,
white (unvented).
74
75
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-QR
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filters & Helmet 9100-QR parts
H-701N-VI1)
53 11 00
19 71 43
53 31 00
50 00 26
50 00 01
58 16 00
19 71 42
53 20 00
X1P3
X2P3
X3P3
X4P3
X5P3
19 71 39
58 36 25
58 26 25
50 00 05
50 00 15
Welding helmets
– with 3M™ Safety Helmet H-701
Welding helmets
– without safety helmet
Alternative 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filters
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
58 36 15
With Speedglas welding filter
9100X, with rail and safety helmet
(54x107 mm).
With Speedglas welding filter
9100XX (73x107 mm).
With Speedglas welding filter
kit 9100XXi, incl welding filter
(73x107 mm) and front cover
9100XXi.
58 26 00
58 26 15 With QR rail, without welding filter.
With QR rail and Speedglas
welding filter 9100X.
With QR rail and Speedglas
welding filter 9100XX
(54x107 mm).
With QR rail and Speedglas
welding filter kit 9100XXi and rail,
incl welding filter (73x107 mm)
and front cover.
50 00 01
58 36 25
58 36 26
58 26 25 58 26 26 58 26 00
50 00 25
16 40 05
Auto-darkening Filter
Description
Passive filter kit 9100, shade 11
(90x110 mm).
50 00 05 Auto-darkening filter 9100V,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(45x93 mm).
50 00 15 Auto-darkening filter 9100X,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(54x107 mm).
50 00 25 Auto-darkening filter 9100XX,
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(73x107 mm).
50 00 26 Auto-darkening filter 9100XXi
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13
(73x107 mm).
Passive Filter
50 00 26
53 21 00
53 11 00
50 01 26
42 20 00
Part No
53 10 00
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
50 00 05
50 00 15
50 00 25
50 00 26
Description
11 00 10
11 00 11
11 00 12
11 00 13
12 60 00
Distance bar
Earmuff bar
To avoid scratches on the larger
welding filters (9100X, 9100XX,
9100XXi) when raising the
welding helmet, we recommend
using this distance bar (included
when you buy a complete helmet
with these welding filters). Also
sold as spare part.
When using ear muffs, we
recommend you to install
this ear muff bar to widen the
9100-QR welding helmet.
Sold as separate accessory.
Passive welding filter lens shade 10.
Passive welding filter lens shade 11.
Passive welding filter lens shade 12.
Passive welding filter lens shade 13.
Inner cover plate for passive
filter 9100.
16 40 05 Ear and neck protection in leather.
19 71 39
Quick release rail for safety
helmet.
19 71 42
Rubber friction pads for quick
release rail.
19 71 43
Pivot cover plate kit for quick
release welding helmets, pkg of 2.
42 20 00 Battery CR2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
50 00 01 Speedglas passive welding filter
kit 9100 (shade 11).
50 00 05 Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
50 00 15 Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
50 00 25 Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
50 00 26 Speedglas welding filter 9100XXi.
50 01 26 Speedglas welding filter kit
9100XXi (incl front cover and
welding filter).
52 60 00 Outer protection plate standard,
pkg of 10.
Part No 53 31 00
Part No 53 11 00
1) Many alternative colours available, see page 95
52 80 05
52 80 06
52 80 07
52 80 15
52 80 16
52 80 17
52 80 25
52 80 26
52 80 27
Part No
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
Description
52 70 00 Outer protection plate scratch
resistant, pkg of 10.
52 70 01 Outer protection plate extra
scratch resistant, pkg of 10.
52 70 70 Outer protection plate heat
resistant, pkg of 10.
52 80 05 Inner cover plate for 9100V filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x50.
52 80 06 Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
52 80 07 Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
52 80 15 Inner cover plate for 9100X filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x61.
52 80 16 Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
52 80 17 Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
52 80 25 Inner cover plate for 9100XX
filter, pkg of 5. Plate marking
117x77.
52 80 26 Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100XX filter, pkg of 3.
52 80 27 Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100XX filter, pkg of 3.
50 00 01
Part No
53 10 00 11 00 10
11 00 11
11 00 12
11 00 13
12 60 00
Description
Battery holder for welding filter
series 9100, pkg of 2.
53 11 00
Distance bar for welding filters
9100X, 9100XX and 9100XXi.
53 21 00 Heat-reflecting front cover for
welding filter kit 9100XXi.
53 31 00 Ear muff bar for Speedglas
welding helmet 9100-QR.
58 16 00 Welding helmet 9100-QR
without rail, without welding
filter, without safety helmet.
58 26 00 Welding helmet 9100-QR with
rail, without welding filter,
without safety helmet.
H-701N-VI1) 3M™ Safety Helmet H-701R,
white (unvented).
X1P3
3M™ Peltor™ Earmuffs X1 (26 dB)
helmet attachment.
X2P3
3M™ Peltor™ Earmuffs X2 (30 dB)
helmet attachment.
X3P3
3M™ Peltor™ Earmuffs X3 (32 dB)
helmet attachment.
X4P3
3M™ Peltor™ Earmuffs X4 (33 dB)
helmet attachment.
X5P3
3M™ Peltor™ Earmuffs X5 (36 dB)
helmet attachment.
76
77
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9002NC
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet SL
Helmet with auto-darkening filter
Welding filter (only)
Helmet with auto-darkening filter
Welding filter (only)
Part No
Description
Part No
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
40 13 85 Welding helmet without side
windows, with welding filter
9002NC, variable shade 8–12
(54x107 mm).
40 00 85 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter
9002NC, variable shade 8–12
(54x107 mm).
70 11 20 Welding helmet SL with welding
filter, variable shade 8–12
(42x93 mm).
70 00 20
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter
SL, variable shade 8–12
h(42x93 mm).
Description
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9002NC
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet SL
42 20 00
43 20 02
16 75 20
16 76 00
16 80 00
16 80 10
16 80 12
43 10 00
40 00 85
42 60 00
42 70 00
42 70 71
42 80 10
42 80 30
42 80 50
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
70 50 15
16 90 01
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
16 40 05 16 40 09 16 75 20 16 76 00 16 80 00 16 80 10
16 90 01 16 91 00 17 10 20 17 10 21 17 10 22 17 10 23 17 10 24 40 13 95 Ear and neck protection in leather.
Head protection.
Sweatband towelling, pkg of 2.
Sweatband towelling, pkg of 20.
Sweatband, leather.
Sweatband, fleecy cotton, pkg of 2.
Neck protection.
Hood.
Magnifying lens 1.0.
Magnifying lens 1.5.
Magnifying lens 2.0.
Magnifying lens 2.5.
Magnifying lens 3.0.
Welding helmet 9000, without
Side windows, without front,
without headband, without filter.
40 00 85
Speedglas welding filter 9002NC,
shade 8–12.
Battery CR2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
Outer protection plate, standard,
pkg of 10. Plate marking 42 01 50.
Outer protection plate, scratch
resistant, pkg of 10. Plate marking
42 01 00.
Outer protection plate, heat
resistant, pkg of 10. Plate marking
42 01 71 HEAT.
Inner cover plate pkg of 5. Plate
marking 42 02 10.
Inner cover plate, +1 Shade,
pkg of 5.
42 80 50 Inner cover plate, +2 Shades,
pkg of 5.
43 10 00 Battery cover, pkg of 2.
43 20 02 Front cover
70 50 15 Headband with assembly parts.
70 60 00 Assembly parts for headband.
42 60 00 42 70 00 42 70 71 42 80 10 42 80 30 16 91 00
16 90 01
70 50 15
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
42 80 00
42 80 05
70 00 20
70 62 02
16 40 05
70 11 90
42 20 00
17 10 31
42 20 00 72 70 00
40 13 95
16 40 09
16 40 05
72 60 00
70 60 00
16 75 20
16 76 00
16 80 00
16 80 10
16 91 00
70 60 00
73 10 00
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
16 40 05
Ear and neck protection in leather
(3 parts).
Sweatband, towelling, purple,
pkg of 2.
Sweatband, towelling, pkg of 20.
Sweatband, leather.
Sweatband, fleecy cotton,
pkg of 2.
Sweatband, fleecy cotton,
pkg of 2.
Neck protection.
Hood black/grey.
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
17 10 31
42 20 00
Magnifying lens 1.0.
Magnifying lens 1.5.
Magnifying lens 2.0.
Magnifying lens 2.5.
Magnifying lens 3.0.
Holder for magnifying lens.
Battery CR2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
Inner cover plate pkg of 5.
Plate marking 42 02 00.
42 80 00, pkg of 200.
Speedglas welding filter SL.
70 11 90
Welding helmet, without
headband.
Headband with assembly parts.
Assembly parts for headband.
Filter locking frame, pkg of 2.
Outer protection plate, standard,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 030226.
Outer protection plate, scratch
resistant, pkg of 5. Plate marking
030248.
Battery cover.
16 75 20
16 76 00
16 80 00
16 80 10
16 80 12 16 90 01
16 91 00
42 80 00
42 80 05
70 00 20
70 50 15
70 60 00
70 62 02
72 60 00
72 70 00
73 10 00
78
79
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 100/100-QR
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 100/100-QR
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
75 00 10
78 35 20
75 11 10
75 00 11
75 00 20
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding
Helmet 100 (black)
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding
Helmet 100-QR
Alternative 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filters
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
75 11 01
With passive welding filter,
shade 11.
With Speedglas welding filter
100V, variable shade 8–12
(44x93 mm).
Without welding filter, without
headband.
78 25 20
Welding helmet 100-QR without
welding filter, without safety
helmet, with QR rail.
Welding helmet 100-QR with 3M
safety helmet H-701R QR rail and
welding filter 100-V (44x93 mm).
75 00 10
Auto-darkening filter 100S-10,
single shade 10 (44x93 mm).
Auto-darkening filter 100S-11,
single shade 11 (44x93 mm).
Auto-darkening filter 100-V,
variable shade 8–12 (44x93 mm).
75 11 20
75 11 90
78 35 20
75 00 11
75 00 20
77 60 00
77 70 00
77 70 70
75 00 10
75 00 11
75 00 20
42 80 00
42 80 20
42 80 40
12 60 00
42 20 00
16 40 09
73 10 00
17 10 17
77 20 00
77 20 01
16 91 00
75 11 90
70 60 00
16 75 20
16 76 00
16 80 00
16 80 10
16 80 12
16 90 01
16 40 05
70 50 15
75 11 00
78 15 00
H-701N-VI
Skull helmet
Motor helmet
Ice Hot helmet
1)
77 20 00
77 20 01
Xterminator helmet
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
75 28 20
With filter 100V.
75 29 20
With filter 100V.
75 25 20
With filter 100V.
75 22 20
With filter 100V.
78 25 00
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
12 60 00 Inner cover plate for 100 passive
filter.
Ear and neck protection in leather.
Head protection.
Sweatband, towelling purple,
pkg of 2.
Sweatband, towelling purple,
pkg of 20.
Sweatband, leather.
Sweatband, fleecy cotton, pkg of 2.
Sweatband, fleecy cotton (short),
pkg of 2.
Neck protection.
Hood.
Holder for magnifier (older
models of welding filters).
Magnifying lens 1.0.
Magnifying lens 1.5.
Magnifying lens 2.0.
Magnifying lens 2.5.
Magnifying lens 3.0.
Safety helmet adapter (loop),
with assembly parts, not shown.
Quick release rail for safety
helmet.
Rubber friction pads for quick
release rail.
19 71 43
Pivot cover plate kit for quick
release welding helmets (QR),
pkg of 2.
Battery CR2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
Inner cover plate, pkg of 5.
Plate marking 42 02 00.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade,
pkg of 5.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade,
pkg of 5.
Headband with assembly parts.
Assembly parts for headband.
Battery cover.
Speedglas welding filter 100S-10,
single shade 10.
Speedglas welding filter 100S-11,
single shade 11.
Speedglas welding filter 100V,
variable shade 8–12.
Speedglas 100 passive kit:
110x90 mm passive welding filter
shade 11, inner cover plate, outer
protection plate and filter frame
(not shown).
100 welding helmet black,
without filter, with headband.
75 11 90
16 40 05
16 40 09
16 75 20
16 76 00
Razor Dragon helmet
Raging Skull helmet
Trojan Warrior helmet
Blaze helmet
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
75 24 20
With filter 100V.
75 26 20
With filter 100V.
75 16 20
With filter 100V.
75 12 20
With filter 100V.
16 80 00
16 80 10
16 80 12 16 90 01
16 91 00
17 10 17
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
19 71 37
19 71 39
19 71 42
Aces High helmet
Steel Rose helmet
Wild ’n’ Pink helmet
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
75 17 20
With filter 100V.
75 18 20
With filter 100V.
75 20 20
With filter 100V.
19 71 42
19 71 39
1) Many alternative colours available, see page 95
42 20 00
42 80 00
42 80 20
42 80 40
70 50 15
70 60 00
73 10 00
75 00 10
75 00 11
75 00 20
75 05 11
75 11 00
Description
100 welding helmet black,
without filter, without headband.
77 20 00 Front frame, silver.
77 20 01 Front frame, black.
77 60 00 Outer protection plate, standard,
pkg of 10.
77 70 00 Outer protection plate, scratch
resistant, pkg of 10.
77 70 70 Outer protection plate, heat
resistant, pkg of 10.
78 15 00 Welding helmet 100-QR without
rail, without filter, without safety
helmet.
78 25 00 Welding helmet 100-QR with rail,
without welding filter, without
safety helmet.
78 35 20 Welding helmet 100-QR with rail
and 3M™ Safety Helmet H-701R
with filter 100-V.
H-701N-VI1) White 3M™ Safety Helmet
H-701R (unvented), with ratchet
suspension.
80
81
3M™ Welding Helmets 10V/10-QR
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets
FlexView / ProTop / Utility
Spare parts for 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets FlexView / ProTop / Utility
3M™ Welding Helmet 10V
3M™ Welding Helmet 10-QR
3M™ Welding Filter 10V
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
10 11 01
with welding filter 10V, variable
shade 10-12 (44x93 mm).
10 11 03
With welding filter 10V, QR rail
and 3M™ Safety Helmet H-701
10 00 03
Welding filter 10V, variable shade
10-12 (44x93 mm).
42 20 00
43 10 00
16 90 01
16 40 05
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
16 91 00
16 40 09
42 60 00
42 70 00
42 70 71
42 80 00
42 80 10
42 80 20
42 80 30
42 80 40
42 80 50
70 60 00
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Welding Helmets 10V/10-QR
16 75 20
16 76 00
16 80 00
16 80 10
16 80 12
16 60 00
43 20 02
16 40 05
19 71 40
44 20 00
42 30 00
40 13 95
44 05 00
70 50 15
16 74 10
43 20 151)
44 10 00
19 71 42
19 71 39
Part No
16 50 05
16 40 05 16 40 09 16 75 20 16 76 00 16 80 00 16 80 10
73 10 00
42 20 00
42 80 00
12 60 00
10 00 03
10 11 95
10 11 80
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
10 00 03
3M welding filter 10V, shade
10–12.
Welding helmet 10-QR, without
filter, without safety helmet.
Welding helmet 10V without
headband, without welding filter.
Outer protection plate.
Ear and neck protection in leather
(3 parts).
16 50 05
16 60 00
16 74 10
19 71 39
Headband with assembly parts.
Assembly parts for headband.
Sweatband.
Quick release rail for safety
helmet.
Rubber friction pads for quick
release rail.
Battery CR2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
42 80 00
10 11 80
10 11 95
12 60 00
16 40 05
1) Many alternative colours available, see page 95
19 71 42
42 20 00
H-701N-VI1)
Description
Inner cover plate pkg of 5. Plate
marking 42 02 00.
73 10 00 Battery cover.
H-701N-VI1) White 3M™ Safety Helmet
H-701R (unvented), with ratchet
suspension.
Description
Ear and neck protection in leather.
Head protection.
Sweatband towelling, pkg of 2.
Sweatband towelling, pkg of 20.
Sweatband, leather.
Sweatband, fleecy cotton (long),
pkg of 2.
16 90 01 Neck protection.
16 91 00 Hood.
17 10 15
Holder for magnifying lens
(not shown).
17 10 20 Magnifying lens 1.0.
17 10 21 Magnifying lens 1.5.
17 10 22 Magnifying lens 2.0.
17 10 23 Magnifying lens 2.5.
17 10 24 Magnifying lens 3.0.
19 71 40 Holder for welding filter
(FlexView).
19 71 41 Locking wedge kit, holder
welding filter (FlexView).
42 20 00 Battery CR2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
Part No
Description
42 30 00 Protective visor plate FlexView,
pkg of 10.
42 60 00 Outer protection plate, standard,
pkg of 10. Plate marking 42 01 50.
42 70 00 Outer protection plate, scratch
resistant, pkg of 10. Plate marking
42 01 00.
42 70 71 Outer protection plate, heat
resistant, pkg of 10. Plate marking
42 01 71 HEAT.
42 80 00 Inner cover plate (42x91 mm)
pkg of 5. Plate marking 42 02 00.
42 80 10 Inner cover plate (53x103 mm)
pkg of 5. Plate marking 42 02 10.
42 80 20 Inner cover plate (42x91 mm),
+1 Shade for 9002D/9002V
filters, pkg of 5.
42 80 30 Inner cover plate (53x103 mm),
+1 Shade pkg of 5.
42 80 40 Inner cover plate (42x91 mm),
+2 Shade pkg of 5.
1) Please use Part No 40 18 90 when new side windows are required.
Part No
Description
42 80 50 Inner cover plate (53x103 mm),
+2 Shade pkg of 5.
43 10 00 Battery cover, pkg of 2.
43 20 02 Front cover.
40 13 95 Helmet without side windows,
without headband, without
welding filter.
43 20 151) Side windows cover plate
(sticker), 5 pairs.
44 05 00 Speedglas FlexView Conversion
Kit.
44 10 00 Middle helmet FlexView, black.
44 20 00 Front cover FlexView, silver.
70 50 15 Headband with assembly parts.
70 60 00 Assembly parts for headband.
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83
Welding and grinding respiratory systems
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets
9100 FX-Air
9100 MP
9100 Air
3M™ Adflo™
Powered Air Respirator
3M™ Versaflo™ Headtops
9100 MP-Lite
3M™ Adflo™
High-Altitiude Powered Air
Respirator2)
M-107
M-407
M-307
3M™ Versaflo™ Supplied Air Regulators
V-100E
Air Cooling
V-200E
Air Heating
V-500E
Flow Controlled
Breathing tubes3)
Breathing tubes
The QRS (Quick Release Swivel) breathing tubes
allow fast and easy connection. Most systems comes
with the self-adjusting length for improved fit, made
in polyurethane (834016). As an alternative the high
durability rubber tube (834017) is sold separatelly.
The QRS (Quick Release Swivel) breathing tubes
allow fast and easy connection. Most systems comes
with the self-adjusting length for improved fit, made
in polyurethane (834016). As an alternative the high
durability rubber tube (834017) is sold separatelly.
Filters and accessories
Still using an older version of our
welding respiratory helmets?
Did you know you can easily upgrade to our current premium welding
helmets, without buying a new Adflo or Versaflo system?
Our 9100 series helmets feature the QRS (Quick Release Swivel) type
of breathing tube, which enables one-handed connection and release.
Below you will find ordering information to get a helmet kit, including
welding filter and breathing tube. To help protect your new helmet system
from scratches, we include a special Speedglas storage bag for free.
Air Supply
2
1
1
7
4
3
6
8
5
1. Prefilter1)
5. Gas filter A1B1E13)
2. Particle filter1)
6. Gas filter A23)
3. Odour filter
Not needed when you
use gas filter.
7. Braces
8. Backpack
3
2
4. Heavy-duty battery
Extends the operation
hours to 10–13 hours
(7–9 hours with standard
battery).
1. 3M™ Aircare™ Filtration
Units (wall-mounted or
stand alone)
More information about Adflo accessories see page 84.
More information about air supply see page 86.
2. Couplings and
branch sets
3. Air supply tubes
(7,5–30 m)
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100-Air
Part No
Description
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air
Part No
Description
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100MP
Part No
Description
56 90 15
Welding helmet 9100-Air with
welding filter 9100X (54x107
mm), self-adjusting QRS
breathing tube (52.5 to 85 cm)
and storage bag.
Welding helmet 9100-Air welding
filter 9100XX (73x107 mm),
self-adjusting QRS breathing tube
(52.5 to 85 cm) and storage bag.
Welding helmet 9100-Air welding
filter 9100XXi (73x107 mm),
self-adjusting QRS breathing tube
(52.5 to 85 cm) and storage bag.
54 90 15
Welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
welding filter 9100X (54x107
mm), self-adjusting QRS
breathing tube (52.5 to 85 cm)
and storage bag.
Welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
welding filter 9100XX (73x107
mm), self-adjusting QRS
breathing tube (52.5 to 85 cm)
and storage bag.
Welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
welding filter 9100XXi (73x107
mm), self-adjusting QRS
breathing tube (52.5 to 85 cm)
and storage bag.
57 90 15
Welding helmet 9100MP welding
filter 9100X (54x107 mm),
self-adjusting QRS breathing tube
(52.5 to 85 cm) and storage bag.
Welding helmet 9100MP welding
filter 9100XX (73x107 mm),
self-adjusting QRS breathing tube
(52.5 to 85 cm) and storage bag.
Welding helmet 9100MP welding
filter 9100XXi (73x107 mm),
self-adjusting QRS breathing tube
(52.5 to 85 cm) and storage bag.
56 90 25
56 90 26
1) I ncluded as standard when you order a complete respiratory system with welding helmet and air delivery unit; must always be used.
2) F
or welders working at higher altitudes there is a special respirator version to adjust for changes in air density: 3M™ Adflo™ High Altitude Turbo.
3) Gas filter must always be used together with a particle filter and we recommend to use a heavy-duty battery (sold separately: 83 76 31). In some configurations
it is also required to use a breathing tube with silencer (non-QRS: 83 40 08) in combination with a QRS breathing tube adapter (53 35 05), always verify approved
combinations with your Safety Engineer or contact a certified Industrial Hygenist for advice.
54 90 25
54 90 26
57 90 25
57 90 26
84
85
3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator
Spare parts & accessories 3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator
53 35 05
Respirator without headtop
– standard battery
Respirator without headtop
– heavy duty battery
High Altitude Respirator
– standard or heavy duty battery
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
83 77 30
Adflo respirator with selfadjusting breathing tube QRS,
breathing tube adapter, airflow
indicator, prefilter, spark
arrestor, particle filter, battery,
belt and charger.
83 77 31 Adflo respirator with selfadjusting breathing tube QRS,
breathing tube adapter, airflow
indicator, prefilter, spark
arrestor, particle filter, heavyduty battery, belt and charger.
83 78 30
Adflo High Altitude respirator
with self-adjusting breathing tube
QRS, breathing tube adapter,
airflow indicator, prefilter, spark
arrestor, particle filter, battery,
belt and charger.
Adflo High Altitude respirator as
in 83 78 30 but with heavy-duty
battery.
For gas filter configuration we recommend
using the Adflo respirator with heavy-duty
battery.
For gas filter configuration please add these
items to above order:
83 72 42 for gas filter A1B1E1, or
83 75 42 for gas filter A2.
83 78 31
79 01 01
83 40 00
83 40 05
83 40 08
83 40 16
83 40 17
83 40 18
83 37 06
53 35 06
83 71 10
83 70 00
83 50 05
83 71 20
83 50 20
BPK-01
For gas filter configuration please add these
items to above order:
83 72 42 for gas filter A1B1E1, or
83 75 42 for gas filter A2.
83 20 00
83 78 00
83 80 20
83 80 31
83 60 00 83 60 10
83 70 10
83 76 30
83 72 42
83 40 16
83 50 00
83 77 10 / 83 78 10
83 31 11
83 72 42
83 75 42
83 76 31
83 73 01
83 77 30 / 83 78 30
Standard battery
Heavy-duty battery
Don’t get weighted down. A lightweight lithium-ion
battery pack designed for the Adflo respirator.
Find your endurance. A high-capacity lithium-ion
battery pack extends the operating hours of the
respirator.
• Run time 7–9 hours1)
• Charging time 4 hours
• Compact and lightweight
• Long run time 10–13 hours1)
• Charging time 5.5 hours
• Compact and lightweight
3M™ Adflo™ Battery Charger
Organizing Stand
The 6-position battery charger organizing stand for
Adflo battery chargers provides the ability to charge six
batteries at the same time, saving both time and hassle.
Compatible with legacy NiMH batteries and the new
Li-ion batteries. Flexible installation: either mount on
wall or stand-alone.
Part No: 83 37 06
1) Expected operating times are when using a new, fully-charged battery, new particle filter and a standard airflow setting.
Part No
53 35 05
Description
Adapter for non-QRS breathing
tubes when using Speedglas
welding helmet series 9100.
53 35 06 Adapter for QRS breathing tubes
when using Speedglas welding
helmet series 9000.
79 01 01
Product carry bag.
80 60 20 Backpack.
83 20 00 Turbo assembly, without filter,
without filter cover.
83 31 11
Battery charger for Li-ion
batteries.
83 37 06 Battery charger organizing
stand 6-position.
83 40 00 Breathing tube, lightweight,
non-QRS.
83 40 05 Breathing tube, heavy-duty
rubber, non-QRS.
83 40 08 Breathing tube with silencer,
non-QRS.
83 40 16 Breathing tube, self-adjusting
(52,5 to 85 cm), with QRS
connection.
Part No
Description
Part No
83 40 17 Breathing tube, heavy-duty rubber
(80 cm), with QRS connection.
Flame resistant breathing tube
cover.
Belt.
Front part, belt.
Quick connection for belt
(not shown).
Braces.
Spark arrestor.
Prefilter, pkg of 5.
Prefilter, pkg of 80.
Storage bag.
Particle filter P SL.
Particle filter P SL, pkg of 2.
Particle filter P SL, pkg of 20.
Particle filter P SL, pkg of 80.
Odour filter.
Odour filter pad.
Gas filter A1B1E1.
Gas filter kit: A1B1E1 filter
and Li-ion Heavy-Duty battery.
Gas filter A2.
83 76 30
83 76 31
83 77 10 83 40 18 83 50 00 83 50 05 83 50 10
83 50 20
83 60 00 83 60 10 83 60 80 83 70 00 83 70 10 83 70 12 83 70 20 83 70 80 83 71 10 83 71 20 83 72 42 83 73 01 83 75 42 Description
Li-ion Battery (standard).
Li-ion Battery Heavy-Duty.
Adflo respirator with selfadjusting breathing tube QRS,
adapter (53 35 06), airflow
indicator, prefilter, spark arrestor,
particle filter and battery.
83 78 00 Turbo assembly High Altitude,
without filter, without filter cover.
83 78 10 Adflo High Altitude respirator
with self-adjusting breathing tube
QRS, adapter (53 35 06), airflow
indicator, prefilter, spark arrestor,
particle filter and battery.
83 80 20 Airflow indicator.
83 80 31 Filter cover black.
BPK-01 Backpack.
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87
3M™ Versaflo™ Supplied Air Regulators
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Versaflo™ Supplied Air Regulators
023-05-51P
TR-325
Versaflo supplied air regulator V-500
Versaflo supplied air regulator V-100
Versaflo supplied air regulator V-200
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
V-500E
Flow controlled supplied air
regulator, including belt.
V-100E
Air cooling supplied air regulator,
including belt.
V-200E
Air heating supplied air regulator,
including belt.
530-12-53P3
V-200E
V-100E
83 40 161)
83 40 171)
BT-201)
BT-301)
BT-401)
V-500E1)
83 40 18
308-00-40P
ACU-03
3M™ Aircare™ Filtration Systems
530-12-81P3
To make the quality of the air supply breathable, oil aerosols, water
vapour, particulates, and non-toxic, unpleasant odours must be
removed to EN 12021 requirements. The 3M™ Aircare™ Filtration
Systems ACU-3 (wall mount) and ACU-4 (floor mount) provide
three-stage filtration for up to three users or two users plus an air tool.
308-00-31P
Part No
83 40 161) Pressure regulator (lockable)
C Pressure gauge
D Pre-filter
Semi Auto Drains (stage 1, 2) and Manual Drain (stage 3)
E
Coalescing filter
F
Absorber filter with activated charcoal
Select type of
regulator
Select Belt Unit
Coupling Plug
Select type of Air
Supply Tube
(1/4” BSP)
V-100E:
Air cooling regulator
V-100.
V-200:
Air heating regulator
V-200.
V-500E:
Flow controlled
regulator V-500.
Select Coupling Set for
Air Supply Tube
Description
Breathing tube, self-adjusting
(52,5 to 85 cm), with QRS
connection for Speedglas
welding helmets.
83 40 171) Breathing tube, heavy-duty
rubber (80 cm), with QRS
connection for Speedglas
welding helmets.
83 40 18 Flame resistant breathing tube
cover.
023-05-51P Carbon filter.
308-00-30P Standard duty air supply tube,
10 m.
308-00-31P Standard duty air supply tube,
30 m.
308-00-40P Coiled air supply tube, 7.5 m.
308-00-72P Standard duty, anti-static, high
temp air supply tube, 10 m.
A Differential pressure indicator
B
308-00-30P
308-00-72P
Select type of
Branch Set
Select Air Filtration Unit
(Output 3/8” BSP - both ends) (3/8” BSP)
(incl 3/8” BSP adapters)
Input: 1/2” or 3/8” female thread BSP.
(2 adapters included – 3/8” BSP to 3/8”
male pipe thread BSP. Output: 3/8” BSP.
530-12-52P3:
Coupling plug
Rectus 25.
308-00-30P:
10 m standard duty
hose.
530-12-81P3:
Coupling set Rectus 95.
312-03-00P3:
3-Way Branch Set.
ACU-03:
3M™ Aircare™ Filtration System (wall
mounted)
530-12-53P3:
Coupling plug
CEJN.
308-0031P:
30 m standard
duty hose.
530-12-82P3:
Coupling set CEJN.
312-03-01P3:
2-Way Branch Set.
ACU-04:
3M™ Aircare™ Filtration System
(stand alone).
ACU-04
312-03-00P3
Part No
312-03-01P3
Description
312-03-00P33-way manifold.
312-03-01P3 2-way manifold.
530-12-52P3Belt unit coupling plug - Rectus
25.
530-12-53P3Belt unit coupling plug - CEJN.
530-12-81P3 Socket and plug - Rectus 25.
530-12-82P3Socket and plug - CEJN.
ACU-03
3M™ Aircare™ Filtration System
(wall mounted).
ACU-04
3M™ Aircare™ Filtration System
(stand alone).
BT-20L1)
Breathing tube with QRS
connection, polyurethane (length
96,5 cm), for Versaflo headtops
M-Series.
BT-20S1) Breathing tube with QRS
connection, polyurethane (length
73,5 cm), for Versaflo headtops
M-Series.
308-00-40P:
7.5 m coiled hose.
308-00-72P: 10 m
standard duty, antistatic,
high temperature hose.
1) When the V-500E regulator is used with Versaflo headtops M-Series, the BT-Series breathing tubes must be used.
Part No
Description
BT-301)
Breathing tube, self-adjusting
(52,5 to 85 cm), with QRS
connection, for Versaflo
headtops M-Series.
Breathing tube, heavy-duty
rubber (80 cm), with QRS
connection, for Versaflo
headtops M-Series.
Belt.
Versaflo air cooling supplied air
regulator V-100E, with belt.
Versaflo air heating supplied air
regulator V-200E, with belt.
Versaflo flow controlled supplied
air regulator V-500E with belt.
BT-401)
TR-325
V-100E
V-200E
V-500E
88
89
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-Air Systems
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-Air
16 90 05
16 80 15
53 60 00
53 62 00
50 00 26
56 77 15
53 20 00
50 00 01
53 41 00
53 37 00
50 00 05
50 00 15
Helmet systems with powered air
Helmet systems with supplied air
Alternative 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filters
Part No
Part No
Part No
Description
56 77 001) Without welding filter, with Adflo
powered air respirator.
56 77 151) With Speedglas welding filter
9100X (54x107 mm) and Adflo
powered air respirator.
56 77 251) With Speedglas welding filter
9100XX (73x107 mm) and Adflo
powered air respirator.
56 77 261) With Speedglas welding filter
kit 9100XXi, incl welding filter
(73x107 mm) and front cover,
with Adflo powered air respirator.
Description
56 85 001) Without welding filter, with
Versaflo supplied air regulator
V-500E.
Please note, supplied air regulators with
heating or cooling (V-100/V-200) only as
separate order (not as system), see page 17
and 20.
50 00 25
50 00 01
Passive filter kit 9100
(90x110 mm), shade 11.
50 00 05 Auto-darkening filter 9100V
(45x93 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
50 00 15 Auto-darkening filter 9100X
(54x107 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
50 00 25 Auto-darkening filter 9100XX
(73x107 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
50 00 26 Auto-darkening filter 9100XXi
(73x107 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
Maintenance tips for 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100-Air
Scan QR-code or use
this URL:
Subscribe to our YouTube channel to learn more about
product features and maintenance. A few examples:
www.youtube.
com/3MSpeedglas
Adjust the air duct length to
your personal preferences.
1) With storage bag (79 01 01)
BILD SAKNAS
A face seal in good working
order is essential at all
times. Do you know how to
replace it?
56 08 90
79 01 01
56 28 00
53 20 151)
Description
Auto-darkening Filter
16 90 10
BILD SAKNAS
For additional protection
against sparks or to cover
for inside glare the extended
head cover might be useful.
16 91 00
Passive Filter
50 00 26
53 21 00
53 11 00
50 01 26
42 20 00
BILD SAKNAS
53 30 00
53 61 00
53 10 00
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
50 00 05
50 00 15
50 00 25
50 00 26
52 80 05
52 80 06
52 80 07
52 80 15
52 80 16
52 80 17
52 80 25
52 80 26
52 80 27
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
50 00 01
11 00 10
11 00 11
11 00 12
11 00 13
12 60 00
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
16 80 15 16 90 05
16 90 10 16 91 00 17 10 20 17 10 21 17 10 22 17 10 23 17 10 24 42 20 00 Comfort sweatband, pkg of 3.
Head protection.
Neck protection.
Hood.
Magnifying lens 1.0.
Magnifying lens 1.5.
Magnifying lens 2.0.
Magnifying lens 2.5.
Magnifying lens 3.0.
Battery CR2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XXi
Speedglas welding filter kit
9100XXi (incl front cover and
welding filter).
Outer protection plate, standard,
pkg of 10.
Outer protection plate scratch
resistant, pkg of 10.
52 70 01
Outer protection plate, extra
scratch resistant, pkg of 10.
Outer protection plate, heat
resistant pkg of 10.
Inner cover plate for 9100V filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x50.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate for 9100X filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x61.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate for 9100XX/
9100XXi filters, pkg of 5. Plate
marking 117x77.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100XX/9100XXi filters, pkg of 3.
52 80 27 Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100XX/9100XXi filters, pkg of 3.
Battery holder, pkg of 2.
Heat-reflecting front cover 9100.
Side windows cover plate, 2 pairs.
Heat-reflecting front cover
9100XXi.
Headband with assembly parts.
Air duct.
Face seal.
Pivot mechanism, left and right.
Headband front part.
Headband back part.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100
Air without headband, without air
duct, without face seal, without
welding filter.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100
Air, without welding filter.
Product storage bag.
50 00 05 50 00 15 50 00 25 50 00 26 50 01 26
52 60 00
52 70 00 52 70 70 52 80 05 52 80 06 52 80 07 52 80 15 52 80 16 52 80 17 52 80 25 52 80 26 1) Please use Part No 56 08 90 when new side windows are required.
53 10 00 53 20 00 53 20 151) 53 21 00
53 30 00 53 37 00
53 41 00
53 60 00 53 61 00
53 62 00 56 08 901)
56 28 00
79 01 01
90
91
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air
16 90 06
53 62 00
54 77 25
50 00 26
53 35 00
53 60 00
16 80 15
19 71 44
89 10 14
50 00 01
53 40 00
50 00 05
50 00 15
Helmet systems with powered air
Helmet systems with supplied air
Alternative 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filters
Part No
Part No
Part No
Description
54 77 001) Without welding filter, with Adflo
powered air respirator.
54 77 151) With Speedglas welding filter
9100X (54x107 mm) and Adflo
powered air respirator.
54 77 251) With Speedglas welding filter
9100XX (73x107 mm) and Adflo
powered air respirator.
54 77 261) With Speedglas welding filter
kit 9100XXi, incl welding filter
(73x107 mm) and front cover,
with Adflo powered air respirator.
Description
54 88 001) Without welding filter, with
Versaflo supplied air regulator
V-500E.
Please note, supplied air regulators with
heating or cooling (V-100/V-200) only as
separate order (not as system), see page 17
and 20.
50 00 25
53 30 00
53 61 00
56 28 00
Description
50 00 01
Passive filter kit 9100
(90x110 mm), shade 11.
50 00 05 Auto-darkening filter 9100V
(45x93 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
50 00 15 Auto-darkening filter 9100X
(54x107 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
50 00 25 Auto-darkening filter 9100XX
(73x107 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
50 00 26 Auto-darkening filter 9100XXi
(73x107 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
16 90 07
53 10 00
Maintenance tips for 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air
Scan QR-code or use
this URL:
Subscribe to our YouTube channel to learn more about
product features and maintenance. A few examples:
www.youtube.
com/3MSpeedglas
BILD SAKNAS
1) With storage bag (79 01 01)
Is your clear visor not so
clear anymore, after periods
of frequent grinding? From
our YouTube channel you
will see how to replace it.
If you need additional
protection for your head,
see how to assemble the
head cover for additional
protection against sparks
here.
79 01 01
16 90 10
16 91 00
Passive Filter
Auto-darkening Filter
42 20 00
It is important that the face
seal is correctly mounted
and fitted to provide the
correct protection factor.
53 50 00
53 20 16
52 30 00 54 18 90
52 30 01
54 05 00
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
50 00 05
50 00 15
50 00 25
50 00 26
52 80 05
52 80 06
52 80 07
52 80 15
52 80 16
52 80 17
52 80 25
52 80 26
52 80 27
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
50 00 01
11 00 10
11 00 11
11 00 12
11 00 13
12 60 00
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
16 80 15 16 90 06
16 90 07 16 90 10 16 91 00 17 10 20 17 10 21 17 10 22 17 10 23 17 10 24 19 71 44
42 20 00 Comfort sweatband, pkg of 3.
Head protection, (small).
Head protection, (large).
Neck protection.
Hood.
Magnifying lens 1.0.
Magnifying lens 1.5.
Magnifying lens 2.0.
Magnifying lens 2.5.
Magnifying lens 3.0.
Hinge mechanism, 2 pcs
Battery CR2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XXi.
Visor plate, standard, pkg of 5.
Visor plate, anti-fog, pkg of 5.
Outer protection plate, standard,
pkg of 10.
Outer protection plate scratch
resistant, pkg of 10.
52 70 01
Outer protection plate extra
scratch resistant, pkg of 10.
Outer protection plate, heat
resistant, pkg of 10.
Inner cover plate for 9100V filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x50.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate for 9100X filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x61.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate for 9100XX/
9100XXi filters, pkg of 5. Plate
marking 117x77.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100XX/9100XXi filters, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100XX/9100XXi filters, pkg of 3.
53 10 00 53 20 16 53 30 00 53 35 00
53 40 00 53 50 00
53 60 00 53 61 00
53 62 00 54 05 00 54 18 90 Battery holder, pkg of 2.
Side windows cover plate, 2 pairs.
Headband with assembly parts.
Air duct.
Face seal.
Air deflector parts.
Pivot mechanism, left and right.
Headband, front part.
Headband, back part.
Front cover kit.
Helmet without welding filter,
without face seal, without air
duct, without headband.
Helmet without welding filter,
with headband.
Product storage bag.
Velcro for head cover, pkg of 2.
9100 FX Air service kit
(not shown).
50 00 05 50 00 15 50 00 25 50 00 26 52 30 00
52 30 01
52 60 00
52 70 00 52 70 70 52 80 05 52 80 06 52 80 07 52 80 15 52 80 16 52 80 17 52 80 25 52 80 26 52 80 27 54 28 00
79 01 01
89 10 14
89 10 15
92
93
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets
9100 MP/9100 MP-Lite
Spare parts & accessories for 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100 MP/9100 MP-Lite
19 71 51
50 00 26
59 88 00
57 77 15
50 00 01
57 08 95
57 04 95
53 42 00
89 60 55
89 60 56
16 80 11
53 20 16
50 00 05
50 00 15
Helmet systems with powered air
Helmet systems with supplied air
Alternative 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filters
Part No
Part No
Part No
Description
57 77 001) Welding helmet 9100MP without
welding filter, with Adflo powered
air respirator.
59 77 001) Welding helmet 9100MP-Lite
without welding filter, with Adflo
powered air respirator.
57 77 151) Welding helmet 9100MP with
welding filter 9100X (54x107 mm)
and Adflo powered air respirator.
57 77 251) Welding helmet 9100MP welding
filter 9100XX (73x107 mm) and
Adflo powered air respirator.
57 77 261) Welding helmet 9100MP welding
filter 9100XXi (73x107 mm) and
Adflo powered air respirator.
Description
57 85 001) Welding helmet 9100MP without
welding filter, with Versaflo
supplied air regulator V-500E.
59 88 001) Welding helmet 9100MP-Lite
without welding filter, with
Versaflo supplied air regulator
V-500E.
Please note, supplied air regulators with
heating or cooling (V-100/V-200) only
as separate order (not as system),
see page 15 and 20.
50 00 25
54 05 00
57 28 00 / 59 28 00
X1P31)
X2P31)
X3P31)
X4P31)
X5P31)
50 00 01
Passive filter kit 9100
(90x110 mm), shade 11.
50 00 05 Auto-darkening filter 9100V
(45x93 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
50 00 15 Auto-darkening filter 9100X
(54x107 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
50 00 25 Auto-darkening filter 9100XX
(73x107 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
50 00 26 Auto-darkening filter 9100XXi
(73x107 mm),
variable shade 5, 8, 9–13.
Maintenance tips for 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100 MP
Scan QR-code or use
this URL:
Subscribe to our YouTube channel to learn more about
product features and maintenance. A few examples:
www.youtube.
com/3MSpeedglas
Need higher attenuation for
your hearing protection, or is
it just time to replace the old
ones? See how to assemble
the ear muffs in this video.
16 80 10
Z3AF/2
M-958
Auto-darkening Filter
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
50 00 05
50 00 15
50 00 25
50 00 26
52 80 05
52 80 06
52 80 07
52 80 15
52 80 16
52 80 17
52 80 25
52 80 26
52 80 27
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
52 60 00
52 70 00
52 70 01
52 70 70
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
50 00 01
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
16 80 10
16 80 11
Sweatband 9100 MP, pkg of 2.
Sweatband 9100 MP-Lite, for
TH3 level of protection pkg of 2
(not included in M-150).
Neck protection.
Safety helmet cover.
Shroud.
Magnifying lens 1.0.
Magnifying lens 1.5.
Magnifying lens 2.0.
Magnifying lens 2.5.
Magnifying lens 3.0.
Flip-up mechanism.
Pivot kit.
Battery CR2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XXi.
Visor plate, standard, pkg of 5.
Visor plate, anti-fog, pkg of 5.
Outer protection plate, standard,
pkg of 10.
Outer protection plate scratch
resistant, pkg of 10.
52 70 01
Outer protection plate extra
scratch resistant, pkg of 10.
Outer protection plate heat
resistant, pkg of 10.
Inner cover plate for 9100V filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x50.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100V filters, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate for 9100X filter,
pkg of 5. Plate marking 117x61.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100X filter, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate for 9100XX/
9100XXi filters, pkg of 5. Plate
marking 117x77.
Inner cover plate, +1 shade for
9100XX/9100XXi filters, pkg of 3.
Inner cover plate, +2 shade for
9100XX/9100XXi filters, pkg of 3.
Battery holder, pkg of 2.
SideWindow cover plates.
Face seal.
53 50 01
52 70 00 16 90 14
Passive Filter
Part No
50 00 05 50 00 15 50 00 25 50 00 26 52 30 00
52 30 01
52 60 00
M-350
M-150
79 01 01
16 90 15
16 90 01 16 90 14
16 90 15
17 10 20 17 10 21 17 10 22 17 10 23 17 10 24 19 71 50
19 71 51
42 20 00 BILD SAKNAS
1) With storage bag (79 01 01)
53 62 00
Description
53 10 00
See how to install the heatreflecting, silver-coated
helmet cover, helping to
shed dust and particles
from your helmet.
53 50 01
53 62 00
42 20 00
Need to re-fresh the
head protection on your
9100MP? See how to
remove the safety helmet.
19 71 50
89 10 16
52 30 00
52 30 01
52 70 70 52 80 05 52 80 06 52 80 07 52 80 15 52 80 16 52 80 17 52 80 25 52 80 26 52 80 27 53 10 00 53 20 16
53 42 00
1) Please add assembly parts Z3AF/2 when ordering ear muffs for 9100 MP and 9100 MP-Lite welding helmets.
11 00 10
11 00 11
11 00 12
11 00 13
12 60 00
Description
Helmet air flow deflector for 9100
MP-Lite.
53 62 00 Headband ratchet.
54 05 00 Front cover kit.
57 04 95 Outer shield.
57 08 95 Inner shield.
57 28 00 Welding helmet 9100MP, without
welding filter.
59 28 00 Welding helmet 9100 MP-Lite,
without welding filter.
89 60 55 Safety helmet 9100 MP, incl head
suspension and sweatband.
89 60 56 Safety helmet 9100 MP-Lite, incl
head suspension and sweatband.
79 01 01 Product storage bag.
M-150
Head suspension for 9100 MPLite.
M-350
Head suspension for 9100 MP.
M-958 Chin strap.
X1P3 3M™ Peltor™ Ear Muffs X1 (26 dB).1)
X2P3 3M™ Peltor™ Ear Muffs X2 (30 dB).1)
X3P3 3M™ Peltor™ Ear Muffs X3 (32 dB).1)
X4P3 3M™ Peltor™ Ear Muffs X4 (32 dB).1)
X5P3 3M™ Peltor™ Ear Muffs X5 (36 dB).1)
Z3AF/2 Helmet assembly parts for Peltor
X-series ear muffs, left and right.
94
95
3M™ Safety Helmet H-701
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series
9000 for respiratory protection
The 3M™ Speedglas™ Quick Release (QR) Rail allows
you to attach a Speedglas welding helmet to many of
the industry's most popular safety helmets.
3M offers complete QR welding helmet system,
including the white, unvented 3M™ Safety Helmet
H-701. The safety helmet is available in 6 colours
when you buy it separately, see below.
Spare parts & accessories
Internal slots for
accessory earmuffs.
For Quick Release (QR)
welding helmets we offer
the unvented safety helmet
model (H-701N-VI) for
optimal protection of sparks
and radiation.
Ventilated headband
and ratchet suspension
for improved comfort.
Applicable to
EN397:2012 + A1:2012.
Very low temperature (-30 C)
Molten metal splash (MM)
Electrical insulation (440 Vac)
43 30 60
43 30 10
16 75 20
16 76 00
16 80 00
16 80 12
16 60 20
43 30 00
44 10 00
19 71 40
42 30 00
44 20 00
44 05 00
Short brim and compact
design for increased user
mobility and visibility.
42 20 00
16 40 09
16 90 01
16 91 00
43 10 00
16 40 05
43 20 15
Part No
16 40 05 16 40 09 16 60 20 16 75 20 16 76 00 16 80 00 16 80 12 Description
Ear and neck protection in leather.
Head protection.
Assembly parts for headband.
Sweatband, towelling, pkg of 2.
Sweatband, towelling, pkg of 20.
Sweatband, leather.
Sweatband, fleecy cotton,
pkg of 2.
16 90 01 Neck protection.
16 91 00 Hood.
17 10 20 Magnifying lens 1.0.
17 10 21 Magnifying lens 1.5.
17 10 22 Magnifying lens 2.0.
17 10 23 Magnifying lens 2.5.
17 10 24 Magnifying lens 3.0.
19 71 40
Holder for welding filter
(FlexView).
42 20 00 Battery CR 2032 Lithium 3V,
pkg of 2.
42 30 00 Protective visor plate FlexView,
pkg of 10.
43 20 02
Part No
43 40 01
43 50 00
Description
42 60 00 Outer protection plate, standard,
pkg of 10. Plate marking 42 01 50.
42 70 00 Outer protection plate, scratch
resistant, pkg of 10. Plate marking
42 01 00.
42 70 71 Outer protection plate, heat
resistant, pkg of 10. Plate marking
42 01 71.
42 80 00 Inner cover plate (42 x 91 mm),
pkg of 5. Plate marking 42 02 00.
42 80 10 Inner cover plate (53 x 103 mm),
pkg of 5. Plate marking 42 02 10.
42 80 20 Inner cover plate (42x91 mm),
+1 Shade, pkg of 5.
42 80 30 Inner cover plate (53x103 mm),
+1 Shade, pkg of 5.
42 80 40 Inner cover plate (42x91 mm),
+2 Shade, pkg of 5.
42 80 50 Inner cover plate (53x103 mm),
+2 Shade, pkg of 5.
43 10 00 Battery cover, pkg of 2.
17 10 20
17 10 21
17 10 22
17 10 23
17 10 24
Part No
42 60 00
42 70 00
42 70 71
42 80 00
42 80 10
42 80 20
42 80 30
42 80 40
42 80 50
Description
43 20 02 Front cover.
43 20 15 Side windows cover plate
(sticker), 5 pairs.
43 30 00 Headband with air duct.
43 30 10 Air duct.
43 30 60 Headband without air duct.
43 40 01 Face seal.
43 50 00 Air spreader.
44 05 00 FlexView kit.
44 10 00 Middle helmet FlexView, black.
44 20 00 Heat-reflecting front cover
FlexView, silver.
80 31 10
Tightening kit for Speedglas
9000 welding helmet, not shown.
H-701N-GU
H-701N-VI
H-701N-OR
H-701N-GP
H-701N-BB
H-701N-RD
96
97
3M™ Versaflo™ M-Series
Headtops
3M™ Protective Visor for
respiratory protection
M-107
M-307
Spare parts & accessories
M-972
M-407
83 40 08
83 40 16
83 40 17
BT-202)
BT-302)
BT-402)
Part No
X1P32)
X2P32)
X3P32)
X4P32)
X5P32)
83 40 18
Z3AF/2
M-960
M-958
M-354
M-953
M-316
M-920
M-925
M-927
M-953
M-921
Spare parts
M-919
M-150
16 80 10
M-350
16 80 10
M-976
Description
16 40 09 16 80 12
80 30 10 80 30 60 80 40 05 85 30 56 Head cover flame-resistant.
Sweatband.
Headband, with air duct.
Headband, without air duct.
Face seal.
Breathing tube, with nipple,
silencer and fastening details.
89 10 13 Hook and loop Velcro face seal,
pkg of 2.
89 90 40 Protective Visor, clear,
polycarbonate, with face seal,
without brow protection.
89 90 41 Protective Visor, clear, acetate,
with face seal, without brow
protection.
89 90 45 Protective Visor, DIN 5,
polycarbonate, with face seal,
without brow protection.
89 90 51 Brow protection (powered air).
89 90 60 Protection film, pkg of 5.
89 91 40 Protective Visor, clear,
polycarbonate, with face seal,
without brow protection.
89 91 41
Protective Visor, clear, acetate,
with face seal, without brow
protection.
89 91 45 Protective Visor DIN 5,
polycarbonate, with face seal,
without brow protection.
89 91 51 Brow protection (supplied air).
89 90 60
89 90 51
89 91 51
89 10 13
16 40 09
80 40 05
80 30 60
89 90 40
89 90 41
89 91 40
89 91 41
16 80 12
85 30 56
89 90 45
89 91 45
80 30 10
M-154
M-928
Part No
16 80 10 83 40 08
Description
Sweatband, fleecy cotton, pkg of 2.
Breathing tube with silencer,
non-QRS.
83 40 16 Breathing tube, self-adjusting
(52,5 to 85 cm), with QRS
connection.
83 40 17 Breathing tube, heavy-duty
rubber, with QRS connection.
83 40 18 Flame resistant breathing tube
cover.
84 77 20 Versaflo faceshield M-107 with
Adflo powered air respirator.
85 77 20 Versaflo helmet M-307 with
Adflo powered air respirator.
BT-20 S&L1) Breathing tube, polyurethane
(in two lengths), with QRS
connection.
Breathing tube, self-adjusting
BT-301)
(52,5 to 85 cm), with QRS
connection.
M-937
M-116
3M™ Protective Visor
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
BT-401)
Breathing tube, heavy-duty
rubber, with QRS connection.
Airflow deflector (M-107).
Head suspension (M-107).
Forehead seal (M-107).
Airflow deflector (M-307).
Head suspension (M-307).
Forehead seal (M-307).
Visor frame buttons.
Visor frame.
Visor gasket.
Visor standard (uncoated), molten
metal splash protection to EN166.
Visor coated.
Peel-off visor cover.
Flame resistant faceseal.
Ratchet.
Ratchet comfort pad.
Chin strap.
Pivot kit.
M-972
M-976
X1P3 Flame resistant headtop cover.
Head, neck and shoulder cover.
3M™ Peltor™ Ear Muffs X1
(26 dB).2)
3M™ Peltor™ Ear Muffs X2
(30 dB).2)
3M™ Peltor™ Ear Muffs X3
(32 dB).2)
3M™ Peltor™ Ear Muffs X4
(32 dB).1)
3M™ Peltor™ Ear Muffs X5
(36 dB).1)
Helmet assembly parts for Peltor
X-series ear muffs, left and right.
Faceshield M-107
Helmet M-307
Helmet with shroud M-407.
M-116 M-150
M-154 M-316 M-350
M-354 M-919
M-920
M-921
M-925
M-927
M-928
M-937
M-953
M-956
M-958
M-960 1) When the V-500E regulator is used with Versaflo headtops M-Series, the BT-Series breathing tubes must be used.
2) Please add assembly parts Z3AF/2 when ordering ear muffs for Versaflo Headtops M-Series.
X2P3 X3P3 X4P3 X5P3 Z3AF/2
M-107
M-307
M-407
For powered air respirator options, please
see page 18. For supplied air regulator options,
see page 20.
M-107
98
99
Product index
Product index
Page
Part No
3M ID
Page
Part No
3M ID
7000144527
80
19 71 43
7100031855
75, 79
52 70 00
7100010361
80
19 71 44
7100077305
73, 91
10 11 03
7100031417
80
19 71 50
7000044570
93
10 11 80
7100031419
80
19 71 51
7000044569
10 11 95
7100010352
80
40 00 85
7100114634
Part No
3M ID
10 00 03
10 11 01
Page
Part No
3M ID
Page
7000000223
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
54 90 26
7100055549
52 70 01
7100034429
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
56 08 90
7000044531
89
52 70 70
7100016690
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
56 28 00
7000044532
89, 91
93
52 80 05
7000000225
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
56 77 00
7000044615
88
76
52 80 06
7000042694
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
56 77 15
7000044617
88
83
11 00 10
7100023165
71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
40 13 85
7100116824
76
52 80 07
7000028076
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
56 77 25
7000044618
88
11 00 11
7100023171
71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
40 13 95
7100116822
76, 81
52 80 15
7000000226
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
56 77 26
7100032399
88
11 00 12
7100023167
71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
42 20 00
7100080222
71, 73, 75–77, 79–81, 89, 91, 93–94
52 80 16
7000042695
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
56 90 15
7000044547
83
11 00 13
7100023169
71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
42 30 00
7000028018
81, 94
52 80 17
7000028077
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
56 90 25
7000044548
83
12 60 00
7100080251
69, 71, 73, 75, 79–80, 89, 91, 93
42 60 00
7100016860
69, 76, 81, 94
52 80 25
7000000227
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
56 90 26
7100055548
83
16 40 05
7100080224
75–77, 79–81, 94
42 70 00
7000000183
69, 76, 81, 94
52 80 26
7000042696
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
57 04 95
7000044572
93
16 40 09
7000028006
76, 79, 81, 94, 97
42 70 71
7000000206
69, 76, 81, 94
52 80 27
7100080233
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
57 08 95
7000044571
93
16 50 05
7100010344
80
42 80 00
7000000182
69, 77, 79–81, 94
53 10 00
7000028046
71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
57 28 00
7000044560
93
16 60 00
7000144528
80
42 80 05
7000044410
77
53 11 00
7100031782
74–75, 89
57 77 00
7000044619
92
16 60 20
7000044457
94
42 80 10
7000000184
69, 76, 81, 94
53 20 00
7000028045
71, 75, 89
57 77 15
7000044621
92
16 74 10
7100080255
80
42 80 20
7100080227
79, 81, 94
53 20 15
7000044486
71
57 77 25
7000044622
92
16 75 20
7100006856
76–77, 79, 81, 94
42 80 30
7000044382
69, 76, 81, 94
53 20 16
7100080247
73, 91, 93
57 77 26
7100054792
92
16 76 00
7100080254
76–77, 79, 81, 94
42 80 40
7000028025
79, 81, 94
53 21 00
7010043778
71, 75, 89
57 88 00
7000044564
92
16 80 00
7000044367
76–77, 79, 81, 94
42 80 50
7100080229
69, 76, 81, 94
53 30 00
7100001460
71, 73, 89, 91
57 90 15
7000044584
83
16 80 10
7100080223
76–77, 79, 81, 93, 96
43 10 00
7000028029
76, 81, 94
53 31 00
7100031607
74–75
57 90 25
7000044585
83
93
43 20 02
7100115362
76, 81, 94
53 35 00
7000044504
77, 79, 81, 94, 97
43 20 15
7000028026
94
53 35 05
7000144525
16 80 11
7100112082
16 80 12
7000044497
16 80 15
7000000224
71, 73, 89, 91
43 30 00
7000144515
94
53 35 06
16 90 01
7000044371
76–77, 79, 81, 93–94
43 30 10
7000044377
94
53 37 00
91
57 90 26
7100055580
83
82, 85
58 16 00
7100031603
75
7000028065
85
58 26 00
7100031600
74–75
7100011656
89
58 26 15
7100039899
74
16 90 05
7000144522
71, 89
43 30 60
7000028020
94
53 40 00
7000044503
91
58 26 25
7100041059
74
16 90 06
7000044508
73, 91
43 40 01
7000000207
94
53 41 00
7100011654
89
58 26 26
7100055047
74
16 90 07
7000144524
73, 91
43 50 00
7000144519
94
53 42 00
7000044568
93
58 36 15
7100032464
74
16 90 10
7000000230
71, 73, 89, 91
44 05 00
7000044369
81, 94
53 50 00
7000044540
91
58 36 25
7100031416
74
16 90 14
7100098198
93
44 10 00
7000044383
81, 94
53 50 01
7100111922
93
58 36 26
7100054897
74
16 90 15
7100106682
16 91 00
7100003083
17 10 15
17 10 17
93
44 20 00
7000044384
81, 94
53 60 00
7000028073
71, 73, 89, 91
59 28 00
7100112335
93
71, 73, 76–77, 79, 81, 89, 91, 94
50 00 01
7100016834
70–75, 88–93
53 61 00
7000044487
71, 73, 89, 91
59 77 00
7100112333
92
7000044385
81
50 00 05
7000000220
70–75, 88–93
53 62 00
7000044488
71, 73, 89, 91, 93
59 88 00
7100112334
92
7000028053
79
50 00 15
7000000221
70–75, 88–93
54 05 00
7000044506
73, 91, 93
70 00 20
7000044451
77
17 10 20
7000028024
71, 73, 75–77, 79, 81, 89, 91, 93–94
50 00 25
7000028044
70–75, 88–93
54 18 00
7000044521
72–73
70 11 20
7000000208
77
17 10 21
7000144516
71, 73, 75–77, 79, 81, 89, 91, 93–94
50 00 26
7100032397
70–75, 88–93
54 18 15
7000028060
72
70 11 90
7000044453
77
7100032898
70–71, 75, 89
54 18 25
7000044501
72
70 50 15
7000028072
76–77, 79, 81
72
70 60 00
7000044455
76–77, 79, 81
73, 91
70 62 02
7000044464
77
17 10 22
7000144517
71, 73, 75–77, 79, 81, 89, 91, 93–94
50 01 26
17 10 23
7000028023
71, 73, 75–77, 79, 81, 89, 91, 93–94
50 11 00
7000044482
70–71
54 18 26
7100054790
17 10 24
7000028033
71, 73, 75–77, 79, 81, 89, 91, 93–94
50 11 90
7000044484
71
54 18 90
7000044502
17 10 31
7000044491
77
50 18 00
7100011652
70–71
54 28 00
7000028061
91
72 60 00
7000000209
69, 77
19 71 35
7100009864
71
50 18 15
7000000218
70
54 77 00
7000044611
90
72 70 00
7100080241
69, 77
19 71 36
7100010867
73
50 18 25
7000000219
70
54 77 15
7000044613
90
73 10 00
7000044456
77, 79–80
19 71 37
7100080256
79
50 18 26
7100032398
70
54 77 25
7100054791
90
75 00 10
7000028079
78–79
19 71 39
7100031606
75, 79–80
50 18 90
7000044485
71
54 77 26
7100054791
90
75 00 11
7000028082
78–79
19 71 40
7000044381
81, 94
52 30 00
7000000236
91, 93
54 88 00
7000044526
90
75 00 20
7100005451
78–79
19 71 41
7000044449
81
52 30 01
7100080231
73, 91, 93
54 90 15
7000044470
83
75 05 11
7000044515
79
19 71 42
7100031854
75, 79–80
52 60 00
7100016691
69, 71, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93
54 90 25
7000044471
83
75 11 00
7000044489
79
100
101
Product index
Product index
Part No
3M ID
85
BT-20L
7000000159
7100057907
85
BT-20S
7000000158
87
7100057889
85
BT-30
7100006955
87, 96
83 71 10
7000028074
85
BT-40
7100069524
87, 96
83 71 20
7000044586
85
G3001NUV-VI
7000039722
73
78
83 72 42
7000028043
84–85
H-701N-BB
7000104137
95
78
83 73 01
7000144540
85
H-701N-GP
7100011281
95
7000044593
78
83 75 42
7000028075
84–85
H-701N-GU
7100011235
95
7000044595
78
83 76 30
7000144538
85
H-701N-OR
7000104140
95
75 24 20
7000044597
78
83 76 31
7000144539
82, 85
H-701N-RD
7000104139
95
75 25 20
7100005453
78
83 77 10
7000144531
85
H-701N-VI
7000104135
95
75 26 20
7100005454
78
83 77 30
7000144532
84–85
H-701R
7000002414
75, 78–80
75 28 20
7100116820
78
83 77 31
7000144533
84
M-107
7000104034
82, 96
75 29 20
7100116819
78
83 78 00
7000144534
85
M-116
7100063888
96
77 20 00
7000028051
79
83 78 10
7000144535
85
M-150
7100063886
93, 96
77 20 01
7000044494
79
83 78 30
7000144536
84–85
M-154
7100063889
96
77 60 00
7000000233
69, 79
83 78 31
7000044626
84
M-307
7000104036
82, 96
77 70 00
7000028050
69, 79
83 80 20
7000044404
85
M-316
7100063940
96
77 70 70
7100080230
69, 79
83 80 31
7000144542
85
M-350
7100063895
93, 96
78 15 00
7100031602
79
85 30 56
7000044397
97
M-354
7100063941
96
78 25 00
7100031418
79
89 10 13
7000044393
97
M-407
7000104038
82, 96
78 25 20
7100044830
78
89 10 14
7000044602
73, 91
M-919
7100063942
96
78 35 20
7100024546
78–79
89 10 15
7100023189
91
M-920
7100064616
96
79 01 01
7100010657
85, 88–93
89 60 55
7000044573
93
M-921
7100063943
96
80 30 10
7000044403
97
89 60 56
7100112650
93
M-925
7000042917
96
80 30 60
7000044389
97
89 90 40
7000028014
97
M-927
7100063883
96
80 31 10
7000044459
94
89 90 41
7000044426
97
M-928
7100001829
96
80 40 05
7000028037
97
89 90 45
7000044396
97
M-937
7100063894
96
80 60 20
7000044399
85
89 90 51
7000044386
97
M-953
7000044488
96
83 20 00
7000044338
85
89 90 60
7000028009
97
M-956
7100064142
96
83 31 11
7000144537
85
89 91 40
7000044388
97
M-958
7000103916
93, 96
83 37 06
7100036882
84–85
89 91 41
7000044427
97
M-960
7100063945
96
83 40 00
7000000189
85
89 91 45
7000044415
97
M-972
7100063882
96
83 40 05
7000044375
85
89 91 51
7000044419
97
M-976
7100063944
96
83 40 08
7000044466
82, 85, 96
023-05-51P
7000042672
87
TR-325
7100006958
87
83 40 16
7000028067
85, 96
308-00-30P
7000042676
86–87
V-100E
7000103980
82, 86–87
83 40 17
7000044527
85, 96
308-00-31P
7000042677
87
V-200E
7000103979
82, 86–87
83 40 18
7000028062
85, 87, 96
308-00-40P
7000042678
86–87
V-500E
7100005806
82, 86–88, 90, 92, 96
Part No
3M ID
Page
Part No
3M ID
75 11 01
7000044516
78
83 70 10
7000000243
75 11 20
7100005449
75 11 90
7000044490
78
83 70 20
78–79
83 70 80
75 12 20
7100005984
75 16 20
7000144543
78
78
75 17 20
75 18 20
7000044590
7000044591
75 20 20
75 22 20
Page
Page
87
83 50 00
7100055314
85
308-00-72P
7000044242
86–87
X1P3
7000103988
75, 93, 96
83 50 05
7000044405
85
312-03-00P3
7000042679
86–87
X2P3
7000103990
75, 93, 96
83 50 10
7000044417
85
312-03-01P3
7000042680
86–87
X3P3
7000103992
75, 93, 96
83 50 20
7000044425
85
530-12-53P3
7000042675
86–87
X4P3
7000103994
75, 93, 96
83 60 00
7000028010
85
530-12-81P3
7000042673
86–87
X5P3
7000103996
75, 93, 96
83 60 10
7100080248
85
ACU-03
UU001501632
86–87
Z3AF/2
7000103752
93, 96
83 60 80
7100080240
85
ACU-04
UU001501640
86–87
83 70 00
7000044376
85
BPK-01
7100005724
85
102
103
Product features
More details about the product features referenced on pages 29–39
Auto-ON
A motion-sensor instantly turns ON the 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter 9100XXi when
you pick up the helmet.
Exhaust vents
Exhaust vents readily direct your exhaled air out of the helmet and reduces the likelihood
of a foggy welding filter.
Flip-up
The 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100 FX and 9100 FX-Air have a flip-up
combination of an auto-darkening welding helmet and a big, curved 17x10 cm clear
protective visor. In a quick lift of the silver front you get a clear view, great for precision
grinding in low light conditions.
Graphics
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 100 deliver impressive protection with
distinctive graphic designs – all with a specific identity. Find them all at page 78.
Head
protection
Designed to fit many of the industry’s safety helmets, the 3M™ Speedglas™ Quick
Release (QR) Rail swiftly clasps onto your safety helmet via a releasable ratcheting
mechanism. With the rail installed, you can easily detach the welding visor, keeping your
safety helmet protection in place as you perform non-welding tasks.
Helmet selection guide
Which welding helmet?
Your personal guidance to 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets.
Answer 10 questions on your mobile to find recommendations
for the welding helmets that may be well suited to your
specific needs.
The 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 MP offers a safety helmet approved to EN
397 440 Vac, LD. As a lighter alternative we now introduce the 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding
Helmet 9100 MP-Lite, incorporating a bump cap approved according to EN 812.
Mechanical
strength
Welding helmets incorporating protective filters are covered by the European Standards
EN 175, EN 166 and EN 169 (passive filters) or EN 379 (auto-darkening filters). The
protective visors are covered by EN 166. In EN 175 and EN 166, the PPE is classified
according to its mechanical strength: increased robustness (S) or resistance to high
speed particles (F or B). In EN 166, it is optional to complement the classification for
mechanical strength with the letter (T) for extremes of temperatures (-5° C and +55° C).
Classification of mechanical strength
Class S – Increased robustness (drop ball test 5.1 m/s).
Class F – Resistance to high speed particles at low energy impact (45 m/s).
Class B – Resistance to high speed particles at medium energy impact (120 m/s).
Note: Products classified in class B are not made to give total protection under all
possible circumstances, e.g. when using grinding wheels/grinding machines.
Natural Colour
Technology
3M™ Speedglas™ Natural Colour Technology may allow you to see your weld pool more
accurately and read surfaces better. Plus you can better discern coloured machine
controls and displays while looking through the welding filter. More details on page 14-15.
Powered air
respirator
The European standard for a complete powered air filtering device incorporating a face
helmet or visor is EN 12941. There is no separate classification for particle filters (P) in
the standard EN 12941 as the particle filter is part of the system classification. Standard
EN 12941 defines three classes of performance (TH1, TH2 and TH3). The numbers define
the level of performance (inward leakage) and the pull strength of the breathing tubes
and couplings within the classification. Inward leakage for classification TH1 is maximum
10%, for TH2 maximum 2% and for TH3 maximum 0.2%.
Side windows
Side windows – shade 5 filters that widen your field of vision. The first time a welder
puts on a Speedglas welding helmet with side windows you can see his startled reaction.
Previously hidden peripherial hazards (beams, obstacles, other workers) are now easier
to see through the two, shade 5 side filters.
Supplied air
Respiratory protection devices with supplied air line breathing apparatus is in scope
of EN 14594. The apparatus is not self-contained and the air line supply must be air of
breathable quality meeting the requirements in EN 12021.
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welding on its head by
introducing the autodarkening welding filter.
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Design Awards
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Hundreds of thousands of
times each day, welders all
over the world rely on their
3M™ Speedglas™ products
to achieve their best welding
performance. A result of our
close cooperation with welders,
safety engineers and ergonomic
specialists to constantly
improve the performance and
comfort of our products.
The Welding Lab in Gagnef has currently
25 employees and our business effort is
that 3M should become the No 1 supplier of
welding PPE that improves productivity and
customers’ profitability.
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3M Science of Safety webinars
H&S officials and employers have a duty to provide
the correct safety equipment and training.
Maintaining consistency in this area can prove
difficult, hindering the health and safety process.
3M are proud to announce the availability
of 7 complimentary webinars throughout the year.
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All previous webinars will be available via the above link
Improving Situational Awareness & Communication
in Noisy Environments
A Guide to PPE Selection for Welders
Date
Language
Speaker
Time (GMT) Time (local)
20th Feb
English
Mohammed Saleem/
Magnus Johansson
10am-11am
10am-11am
21st Feb
French
Aldo Alaïs
10am-11am
11am-midday
22nd Feb German
Joao Rosario
10am-11am
11am-midday
23rd Feb
Italian
Roberto Arteconi
10am-11am
11am-midday
24th Feb
Spanish
Juan José Caballero
10am-11am
11am-midday
Date
Speaker
Time (GMT) Time (local)
22nd May English
Language
Carina Haglund
10am-11am
10am-11am
23rd May French
Aldo Alaïs/Manuel
Froment
10am-11am
11am-midday
24th May German
Christian Ripken
10am-11am
11am-midday
25th May Italian
Miryam Lilov
10am-11am
11am-midday
26th May Spanish
Juan José Caballero
10am-11am
11am-midday
Selection Considerations for Eye, Face & Head Protection
Understanding Protection Factors (APFs/NPFs)
in Respiratory Protective Equipment
Date
Date
Language
Speaker
Time (GMT) Time (local)
20th Mar
English
Stewart Ayrey
10am-11am
10am-11am
21st Mar
French
Remi Lepron
10am-11am
11am-midday
22nd Mar German
Mario-Alexander
10am-11am
11am-midday
23rd Mar
Italian
Claudio Galbiati
10am-11am
11am-midday
24th Mar
Spanish
Javier de Isusi
10am-11am
11am-midday
Speaker
Time (GMT) Time (local)
25th Sept English
Language
Ian Kelsall
10am-11am
10am-11am
26th Sept French
Martial Bouvin
10am-11am
11am-midday
27th Sept German
Joao Rosario
10am-11am
11am-midday
28th Sept Italian
Roberto Arteconi
10am-11am
11am-midday
29th Sept Spanish
Patricia Pinheiro
10am-11am
11am-midday
The Importance of PPE Compatibility
Date
Language
Speaker
Time (GMT) Time (local)
Hearing Conservation Programmes & the Power of Fit Validation
23rd Oct
English
Stewart Ayrey
10am-11am
10am-11am
Date
Language
Speaker
Time (GMT) Time (local)
24th Oct
French
Wahib Ouazzani
10am-11am
11am-midday
18th Apr
English
Mohammed Saleem
10am-11am
10am-11am
25th Oct
German
Georg Frank-Zumtobel
10am-11am
11am-midday
18th Apr
French
Martial Bouvin
10am-11am
11am-midday
26th Oct
Italian
Miryam Lilov
10am-11am
11am-midday
19th Apr
German
Joao Rosario
10am-11am
11am-midday
27th Oct
Spanish
Javier de Isusi
10am-11am
11am-midday
20th Apr
Italian
Roberto Arteconi
10am-11am
11am-midday
21st Apr
Spanish
Juan José Caballero
10am-11am
11am-midday
Engineered Fall Protection Lifelines & Anchorages: The Essentials
Date
Language
Speaker
Time (GMT) Time (local)
20th Nov English
Stuart Linnitt
10am-11am
10am-11am
Why partner with 3M for your health and safety?
21st Nov
Manual Froment
10am-11am
11am-midday
3M can deliver consistent quality around the
world. Our industry-leading approach embraces
best practice on a global level.
22nd Nov German
Stefan Haase
10am-11am
11am-midday
23rd Nov Italian
Carlo Fiore Dragone
10am-11am
11am-midday
24th Nov
Sergio Granero
10am-11am
11am-midday
French
Spanish
3M can give local support and advice wherever you do business – www.3M.co.uk/SOSwebinars
Source: HSE Research Report RR720 ‘Real world use and performance of hearing protection’
Ongoing customer
support
To help keep your equipment working as it should, and to
ensure you get the most from your investment, our support
team at 3M is able to offer assistance on several levels:
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Care & Maintenance Posters

Welding Specialists

Helpline
Guidance on the appropriate maintenance checks is
provided in the user instructions supplied with all new
equipment. Our Care & Maintenance Posters make this
information available on a day-to-day basis and are a
strong and visual reminder.
Based across the country and supporting 3M distributor
network, our welding specialists have a sound
understanding of national health and safety laws coupled
with years of experience in welding.
3M has local helplines for any technical queries.
For further details find your local contact information
at www.3M.com.
All the support material featured on this page can be
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(select your country and then Speedglas brand).
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