3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Safety The Power to Protect

3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Safety The Power to Protect
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Safety
Product Catalog 2012/2013
Precision
in
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The Power to Protect Your World
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You´re Our Director...
and Your Thoughts Guide Us
You have strong opinions about tools that cover your face
and eyes for hours at a time. Tools that can even feed you
the air you breathe.
Well … you’re in charge.
Whether you’re aware of it or not, you and scores of other
welders guide us. You talk to us by Facebook, by email,
through distributors, and by informal and formal surveys.
We listen. We watch. Then we ask, “what if …?”
We ask “what if …?” throughout
the day. What if … we changed the
geometry of our helmets to increase
their viewing area in every direction?
WHAT
...?
IF
What if …
our respirators could handle even harsher environments?
What if … what if …?
VISIT U S AT WW W. 3 M . C O M / S P EED G L A S
F OL L OW U S ON
Just as hundreds of thousands of users rely on the 3M Speedglas
brand for their best welding performance, 3M relies on welders’
feedback for its future product innovations.
Welding Helmets and Headgear
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 Series
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet SL
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 100 Series
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9000 Series
22
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet with Hard Hat
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3M™ Headgear L-Series SG
24
Respiratory Protection Air Sources
3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Purifying Respirator
26
3M™ Speedglas™ Fresh-air III Supplied Air Regulator
29
Frequently Asked Questions
31
Parts Directory
40
Care and Maintenance
60
Technical Specifications
61
Product Index
64
3M’s Top-of-Class
Welding Helmet – Page 6
Designed for Welders’
Needs – Page 26
Bigger Views &
Multi Protection – Page 14
Our Lightest Welding
Helmet – Page 16
Speedglas Graphic
Edition – Page 20
Ergonomics Are Our Passion,
And Your Lifeline
More than 35 years ago, we went to the shipyards of Sweden
to observe welders. They blindly struck arcs as they continually
nodded their helmets down. They were accidently Àashed by
other welders — or even themselves. We asked, “What if ...
welders could always see, even with their helmets down?”
Since then, we’ve been systematically addressing the welding
ergonomic challenges you face.
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Unprecedented Vision:
We started with being the first to introduce an autodarkening welding filter, but we didn’t stop there.
Today, our welding filters are unsurpassed in their
optical acuity and low angle dependence.
Peripherial Vision:
Reduce “tunnel vision”...try a 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet with side windows and see what
you’re missing!
“Breathable” Helmets:
Aerodynamic vents that allow stale, exhaled air
to freely exit the helmet to help reduce heat,
humidity and fogging.
Welding Helmet Design:
Helmets made for tough environments.
Respiratory Protection:
Designed just for welders — and not merely carted
over from some bulky industrial respirator design.
Ultimate Comfort:
The stability and balance of the 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet Series 9100 will change how you
experience welding.
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3M — Your Expert Supplier
of Personal Protective Equipment
3M makes protection solutions for people in very challenging
situations military combat, ¿rst responders, shipbuilding,
pharmaceutical laboratories, and industrial manufacturing.
3M has always been an innovator in worker health and
safety. For e[ample, in we introduced the ¿rst 1,2S+
approved disposable ¿ltering facepiece respirator and
launched the ¿rst disposable earplug. Today, we’re one of the
world’s leading suppliers of safety and protective equipment.
2ur safety brands include 3M™ Peltor™ +earing Protection
and &ommunication +eadsets 3M™ ($5™ +earing
Protection 3M™ Fall Protection (quipment and, of course,
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Equipment.
Still working — just needs a new battery! An ”old-timer” meets the new world of welding protection. If you haven’t experienced the new innovations in
welding protection from 3M, call your local representative for a hands-on demonstration. Our sincere thanks to all professional welders who contributed
their thoughts and experiences to the development of these products. We hope you relish the results!
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Let Your
VisionDefine
Your Potential
Eye, Face and Head Protection
Experience the Future of Welding Protection!
Your patience has been rewarded with four new 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets,
offering flip-up function, hard hat and/or respiratory protection. Each model also has
all of the features of our top-of-the-line 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 9100.
Take full advantage of our
top-of-the-line products
‡ Superior comfort.
‡ ,ncreased balance and stability.
‡ Excellent optics and wider viewing angle.
‡ Flipup welding helmets with clear protective visor.
‡ 5espiratory welding helmet options.
‡ 1ew multiprotection system 3M™ Speedglas™ +ard +at
Welding +elmet MP with respiratory protection.
,f you have been waiting to upgrade from your old model,
your wait is over. We now have helmets for virtually every
welder’s needs in our industryleading Speedglas welding
helmet series .
To experience the difference, call your local 3M representative
for a handson demonstration.
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Eye, Face and Head Protection
High-Comfort Head Suspension
The headband that shapes to your head
$ll welding helmets in the 3M™ Speedglas™ Series speci¿cally avoid these vulnerable areas. By providing
feature a highly adjustable, comfortable headband. The
multiple adjustment combinations, you can “tailor” the
outside of the human head is lined with nerves, arteries,
helmet to ¿t your personal preferences and comfort settings.
and acupressure points applying pressure to some of these
Less pressure — and a welladjusted, personal ¿t — means
spots can make a person feel fatigued. The headband of
more comfort, all day long.
the Speedglas welding helmet series is designed to
Two adjustable crown straps gently saddle the
top of the head for increased helmet stability
and weight distribution.
Fits head sizes 6.25 to 8
(50 to 64 cm) approx.
Smooth ratchet for precise
tightening. Back portion
can swivel to fit different
head shapes.
Snap adjustment allows
you to set the helmet at
9 different angles
More comfortable when raised
Lifted into the raised position, the helmet’s “high point” is
lower than many other helmets. From a design standpoint that
means keeping the helmet as close as possible to your head.
Because the helmet is more balanced, you do not need to
tighten the headband as much, helping to further increase
your wearing comfort.
“Parking” position
The smooth upanddown pivot action can be “locked” in the
up position — a light pull lowers the helmet back down again.
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Front headband designed to self-adjust to
match your forehead, more evenly distributing
pressure.
Four settings allow you to keep the helmet as
close as possible to your face for a great view.
Large knobs make it easier to select
the settings for the up-and-down pivot
action, and fully raised set-up and prep
“parking”position, even when wearing
gloves.
Eye, Face and Head Protection
Excellent Optics,
Wider Views
The 3M™ Speedglas™ $uto'arkening Filters Series continue our tradition of outstanding optical quality, including
uniform shading and minimal distortion across the entire
¿lter viewing area. By selecting the right setting for each task,
you help reduce eye strain and can improve the quality of
every weld.
‡ The 3M™ Speedglas™ Filter ;; is 3 larger than
any other Speedglas welding ¿lter.
‡ Seven dark shades, including 3 variable, 5 for gas
weldingcutting, and for microplasma or lowamp T,*.
‡ 2utstanding lowamp T,* performance, even on settings
as low as 1 amp.
‡ $ny shade can be “lockedin.” For example, you can lock
in the light state shade 3 for grinding.
‡ Exclusive, innovative “tack welding comfort mode” which
can help reduce eye strain.
Magnification made easy. The magnifying lens
holder is built into the welding filter, making
lens installation easier and more secure.
Seven user selectable
dark shades for most
types of arc welding.
The Speedglas welding filter series 9100 includes three autodarkening filters: regular, large, and extra-large viewing area.
The tack welding comfort mode uses
an intermediate shade 5 light state
to help minimize eye strain during
extended tack welding applications.
The Delay function allows you to set the dark-tolight switching time.
You can adjust the sensitivity of the arc detection
for unsurpassed switching reliability.
f Technical Specifications on page 62. Ordering information on page 43.
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Eye, Face and Head Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100
Designed for Ultimate Protection
+elping protect your eyes and face from radiation, heat
and sparks — while providing a precise view of your work
— helps make your Speedglas welding helmet 1 one of
your most important welding tools.
Ergonomically designed
head suspension
A selection of welding filters with superior
optical performance for continuous viewing
comfort. Arc detection down to 1 amp TIG.
Increased coverage for
ear and side of head.
Ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR)
protection at all times, in all states.
Side windows: Shade 5
filters that increase your
field of vision.
Exhaled air is channeled out via
side exhaust vents.
Meets the requirements of CSA Z94.3 and the high
impact requirements of ANSI Z87.1 - 2010.
Exhaust vents: Readily
directs your exhaled air out
of the helmet and helps
reduce heat, humidity and
fogging of the welding filter.
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f Technical Specifications on page 62. Ordering information on page 43.
Eye, Face and Head Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-Air*
Respiratory Welding Helmet
$ll of the bene¿ts of the 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding +elmet
Series 1 can now be used in combination with powered
or supplied air respiratory protection. See further details of
respirator compatibility on page 52.
An airduct that is an integral part of the
helmet, providing a refreshing airflow
across your entire breathing zone.
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter Series 9100
with superior optical performance for continuous
viewing comfort.
The face seal readily follows
the contours of both the
helmet and your face.
Meets the requirements of CSA Z94.3
and the high impact requirements of
ANSI Z87.1 - 2010
Ergonomically designed
head suspension
Side windows: Shade 5 filters
that increase your field of view.
*Product is sold with extended headcover, not shown above.
Extended protection:
A flame-resistant headcover
(used in this application)
comes standard; ear/neck
protection is available as
an accessory to the 3M™
Speedglas™ Welding
Helmet 9100-Air.
Airflow: The middle channel helps keep the welding filter virtually
fog-free, while two side channels provide uniformly distributed air to
the breathing zone.
f Technical Specifications on page 62. Ordering information on page 54.
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Eye, Face and Head Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX
Wider Field of View with Flip-Up Front
,ntroducing the Speedglas welding helmet 1 F;, a Àip
1ot only is the viewing area larger compared to previous
up combination of an autodarkening welding helmet and
models, we’ve redesigned the geometry of the helmet for a
a protective visor.
wider ¿eld of view in all directions.
Side windows: Shade 5 filters that increase
your field of view.
The approx. 8 x 4.25 in. (17 x 10 cm)
clear protective visor is curved,
increasing your peripherial vision.
100% compatible with our top-ofthe-line series of 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filters Series 9100.
Ergonomically designed head
suspension.
Deflectors inside the helmet help
direct exhaled air out.
Meets the requirements of CSA Z94.3
and the high impact requirements of
ANSI Z87.1 - 2010.
A spark- and spatter-resistant fabric head cover is standard on all 3M™
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 9100 FX. Optional extended length head cover
and ear/neck protection are available as accessories for increased coverage.
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f Technical Specifications on page 62. Ordering information on page 56.
Eye, Face and Head Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air*
Quality Respiratory Protection
For respiratory protection and excellent vision in a Àipup
sources. See further details of respirator compatibility on
model, meet the new Speedglas welding helmet 1 F;$ir.
page 56.
,t readily connects to both powered and supplied air delivery
Meets the requirements
of CSA Z94.3 and the
high impact requirements
of ANSI Z87.1 - 2010.
Ergonomically designed head suspension.
The breathing tube is
attached to the headband
instead of the helmet,
allowing for a lower profile
in tight spaces and more
flexibility for welding while
lying on your back.
Side windows: Shade 5 filters
that increase your field of view.
The innovative 3M™ Quick
Release Swivel (QRS)
enables one-handed
breathing tube connection
and release.
Wide ledge allows you to use
the flip-up function without
removing your gloves.
*Product is sold with extended headcover. Standard headcover shown above for illustration purposes only.
To help increase comfort, air is directed toward the face. An optional
air diffuser broadens and reduces the speed of the airflow for your
maximum comfort.
f Technical Specifications on page 62. Ordering information on page 56.
A quick lift of the front panel and you get a clear, 8 x 4.25 in. (17 x 10 cm
approx.) view — perfect for precision grinding and inspection in low light
conditions, while maintaining respiratory protection.
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Headwithout
Protection
Compromises
Eye, Face and Head Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 MP
Multiple Features
,ntroducing the Speedglas welding helmet 1 MP Multi
comfortable and easytouse system. Speedglas welding
Protection. We’ve seamlessly integrated ¿ve levels of welder
helmet 1 MP: comfortable, allinone, welding protection
protection: head, eye, face, respiratory and hearing into one
for highly demanding environments.
The hard hat shell is made from
heat resistant polycarbonate
and meets the ANSI Z89.12009 requirements for Type 1
Class G hard hats. An optional,
aluminum fabric reflects radiant
welding heat.
100% compatible with all of
the latest 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter Series 9100
including the top-of-the-line
9100XX filter.
Two shade 5 passive side
windows add peripheral
welding vision.
A large (approx. 8in x 4.25in),
curved, protective visor with
excellent views up, down and
peripherally.
Meets the requirements of
CSA Z94.3 and the high
impact requirements of ANSI
Z87.1 - 2010
Designed from inception to take our optional
3M™ Peltor™ Earmuff Assembly M-985: lowprofile hearing protection with liquid/foam ear
cushions and orange housings.
Look Around…
Really Look Around
The clear protective visor is wide approx in. x .25 in,
curved and offers great views up, down and sidetoside. ,t’s
perfect for prepping and inspecting welds…and just walking
around your facility. Then, pull down your welding shield and
appreciate the side windows views: you can have peripheral
vision at all times, even when welding.
f Technical Specifications on page 62. Ordering information on page 55.
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“I forget I´m
Wearing it”
Eye, Face and Head Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet SL
When Your #1 Priority
is Super Light
$t a mere 13 o] 3 grams — including its autodarkening
¿lter — the Speedglas welding helmet SL is 25 lighter than
any other Speedglas welding helmet model.
Our narrowest helmet:
perfect for many super
tight spaces.
Five adjustable dark
shades 8 -12 and a
light shade of 3. Four
sensitivity settings.
Grab & Go:
A motion sensor automatically turns ON the
welding filter when you
pick up the helmet.
Appropriate for most arc
welding processes —
such as Stick, MIG/MAG,
TIG and plasma welding.
Dark shade can be
increased to 13 or 14
using upgrade plates.
Quick and light, perfect for fast tasks
8sing speciali]ed manufacturing techniques, we greatly
reduced the weight of the autodarkening ¿lter. $nd unlike
other lightweight helmets that can absorb moisture and
become heavy, the Speedglas welding helmet SL is made
from a strong, nonabsorbent material.
'esigned for quick welding tasks, a motion sensor
automatically turns 21 the welding ¿lter when you
pick up the helmet.
f Technical Specifications on page 63. Ordering information on page 47.
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Premium
MadeAffordable
Eye, Face and Head Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 100
High-End Features, Affordable Price
The Speedglas welding helmet 1 allows you to take
,n addition to the black model, you can choose from several
advantage of excellent optical quality and reliable lightto
highly creative graphic helmet designs.
dark switching at an affordable price.
Grinding Mode: locks in light state
3 when grinding.
Appropriate for most
arc welding processes,
including Stick, MIG and
higher amp TIG welding
Built-in holders for magnifying lens.
Attaching the lens is easier and the
fit is more precise.
Improved headband design for higher
comfort and robustness, with smooth
ratchet for precise tightening.
Meets the requirements of CSA Z94.3
and the high impact requirements of
ANSI Z87.1 - 2010.
100V welding filter
New Delay function now allows you to
set the dark-to-light opening time.
Technical
Specification
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter 100V
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter 100S-10
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter 100S-11
Rated for
MIG, Stick, TIG >20 amps
MIG, Stick, limited TIG
MIG, Stick, limited TIG
Switching time, light-dark
Approximate 0.1 ms @ 73°F
(23°C)
Approximate 0.1 ms @ 73°F
(23°C)
Approximate 0.1 ms @ 73°F
(23°C)
Switching time, dark-light
Approximate 40–250 ms
Approximate 150 ms
Approximate 200 ms
UV / IR protection
Shade 12 (permanent)
Shade 12 (permanent)
Shade 12 (permanent)
Viewing area
Approximate 3.66 x 1.73 in
(93 x 44 mm)
Approximate 3.66 x 1.73 in
(93 x 44 mm)
Approximate 3.66 x 1.73 in
(93 x 44 mm)
Light state
Shade 3
Shade 3
Shade 3
Dark state
Shade 8–12 (variable)
Shade 10 (single)
Shade 11 (single)
Battery lifetime
Approximate 1500 hours
Approximate 1500 hours
Approximate 1500 hours
100S-10/100S-11 welding filters
f Technical Specifications on page 63. Ordering information on page 46.
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Image
is Everything
Eye, Face and Head Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Graphic
Welding Helmets Series 100
Make a Visual Impact
Speedglas welding helmet series 1 delivers impressive
protection and performance with distinctive graphic designs
— all with a speci¿c identity. Styles are refreshed often, contact
your 3M representative to learn about the latest styles.
Future
Combatant
American Pride
Tribute
Boneyard
Razor Dragon
Ice Hot
Trojan Warrior
Female Graphic Edition
Xterminator
Blazed
Raging Skull
Aces High
,nspired by women welders, 3M launched the ¿rst line of women
speci¿c designs. 2ur design team took direct inspiration from
women welders to work with intricate patterns and graphics.
The resulting designs are an avenue for personal expression.
Steel Rose
Toughness and patinated grace.
Strong, fearless, and feminine at the
same time. Steel aesthetics emphasize
the protective qualities of the helmet.
Wild-N-Pink
Pretty in pink, but do not touch!
A vivacious vine flourishes behind a
protective overlay of barbed wire and
razor-sharp metal sculpture. Admire
from a distance.
Designed by Ergonomidesign (IFP)
f Technical Specifications on page 63. Ordering information on page 46.
Skull Jewels
An elaborate floral grill motif emerges
into a decorative skull and covers the
entire helmet. The skull and flowers
engage in visual interplay as one
becomes the other, and vice-versa.
Steel Eyes
Projecting inner strength, with
focused eyes looking through a
blaze of lilac flames.
Designed by Ergonomidesign (IFP)
Designed by Ergonomidesign (IFP)
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Eye, Face and Head Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9000
The 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding +elmet will be phasing
out in 213 and replaced by the 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding
+elmets and Filters Series 1. &ontact your local 3M sales
representative for more information on the phaseout plan.
See page 6 for more details of our new Speedglas product
line.
f Technical Specifications on page 63. Ordering information on page 48.
3M™ Speedglas™ ProTop Systems
For Overhead Hazards
The key to the Speedglas ProTop systems is the innovative
pivot mechanism that connects the welding helmet to
its hardhat. The mechanism keeps the welding helmet
close to the hardhat at all times, for excellent balance and
reduced strain on your neck muscles.
‡
$vailable with Speedglas welding ¿lter series 2,
variable shade 13 or dual shade 1 11.
‡
Side windows option.
‡
Exclusive exhaust vents.
3M™ Speedglas™ ProTop Systems have a special low profile design with
minimal projections, so it is less likely to snag on surrounding obstacles.
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f Technical Specifications on page 63. Ordering information on page 49.
Eye, Face and Head Protection
Hard Hat Option for
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets
Welders working in areas with overhead ha]ards can now
bene¿t from the hard hat options for 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding +elmet 1 and 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding
+elmet 1.
The 3M™ +ard +at +15 has a comfortable point
ratchet suspension and standard brow pad. +ard hat
features accessory slots for earmuff attachment and/or
headgear and faceshield attachment. Meets requirements
of $1S,/,SE$ =.12 Type 1, &lass &, *, and E
standards, as well as &S$ =.1 Type 1, &lass &, *, and E
standards.
Can also fit other
types of hard hats!
8sing our hard hat adapter, you can easily ¿t many of
the industry´s most popular hard hats with the Speedglas
welding helmet 1. See the +ard +at $dapter
&ompatibility list at right.
Hard Hat Adapter Compatibility for
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100
3M™ Hard Hat H-701R
MSA V-gard® Hard Hat with fas-trac suspension
MSA Thermalgard® Hard Hat with fas-trac suspension
Fibre-Metal® Hard Hat E2RW
Jackson Safety® Hard Hat SC6 with ratchet suspension 391
Bullard® Hard Hat S61 Series with ratchet suspension
All trademarks, service marks, product names and company namescited here are the property of their
respective owners.
Photo shows hard hat adapter for 3M™
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100: part
no 06-0014-00NR.
Similar item is available for 3M™
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 100: part
no 07-0014-00NR.
f Technical Specifications of welding helmet on page 62. Ordering information on page 49.
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Eye, Face and Head Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Headgear L-Series SG
Made with Your Safety in Mind
Bene¿t from the superior optical performance of a Speedglas
autodarkening welding ¿lter as well as the added safety of
an Lseries hard hat and the comfort of continuous airÀow.
Whether welding or grinding, our products may help you stay
more comfortable and productive.
‡
Positive pressure airÀow reduces breathing resistance and
helps provide respiratory protection without the need for
a tight faceseal. 1o ¿t testing required.
‡
Wideview faceshield allows for excellent peripheral and
downward vision.
‡
Can be worn with limited facial hair, prescription
eyewear or safety glasses. 'o not wear if facial hair
comes between the face and respirator face seal.
‡
Select from a passive welding ¿lter or from 3M™
Speedglas™ Welding Filter Series 1 with superior
optical performance for continuous viewing comfort.
‡
3M™ Speedglas™ Freshair ,,, Supplied $ir System
allow workers to regulate the airÀow, as well as cool
or heat the air entering the headgear — ideal for extreme
temperature working environments.
‡
For full mobility, combine with our 3M™ $dÀo™ Powered
$ir Purifying 5espirator and +E particulate ¿lter.
3M™ Speedglas™ Headgear L-Series SG
for Powered or Supplied Air Protection
3M™ Headgear L-705 SG
Hard hat with welding shield and wideview faceshield.
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3M™ Headgear L-905 SG
Welding helmet with welding shield and wideview faceshield.
f Technical Specifications on page 63. Ordering information on page 58.
“It’s Like My Own
Private Oasis”
Respiratory Protection
3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Purifying Respirator
A refreshing breeze for
more comfortable welding
With its smart, compact design, the 3M™ $dÀo™ Powered $ir
Purifying 5espirator has been created to meet your welding
needs. This unit is designed to offer continuous ¿ltered air. By
using the $dÀo P$P5, you get both increased protection and
comfort.
Full mobility
The slim pro¿le is perfect for use in tight spaces.
,ts ergonomics are based on your need for lightweight,
adaptable and easytouse respiratory protection.
An adaptable system that saves money
With the +E ¿lter and 29/$* cartridge, the $dÀo P$P5 can
Constant flow of clean air
help protect against both particles and certain gases — all in
The $dÀo P$P5 is designed to provide airÀow which is at a
one system. $nd you can selectively replace either the particle
constant nominal rate of approximately CFM 25 litres/
¿lter or the 29/$* cartridge as needed: you don’t
minute, regardless of the battery’s charge or the particle
need to change the ¿lter and cartridge at the same time.
loading of the ¿lter.
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f Technical Specifications on page 61. Ordering information on page 51.
Respiratory Protection
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Filter cover: holds the user-replaceable spark arrestor (not shown below).
Prefilter: designed to increase the service life of the particle filter.
HE particle filter: high efficiency particulate filtration.
OV/AG cartridge: OV/AG cartridge captures certain organic vapors and
acid gases. OV/AG cartridges are sold separately.
NiMH battery: fully charges in approximately four hours. Expected
operating time is up to 8-10 hours with new particle filter and new,
fully-charged battery.
Brushless motor: with an average life three times longer than
conventional motors.
Filter/Battery Indicator: indicates the loading status of
the particle filter and remaining battery life.
Breathing tube: breathing tubes available to fit all
Speedglas welding helmet models.
Exclusive airflow pattern: evenly distributes
filtered air throughout the entire breathing zone of the
helmet. The intelligent PAPR unit is designed to keep the
airflow at a constant preset level.
Soft, flexible face seal (removed here for clarity):
comfortable face seal can be worn with limited facial hair and
provides respiratory protection.
Shown here: 3M™ Adflo™ Powered Air Purifying Respirator
with 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air.
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Respiratory Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-Air with 3M™ Adflo™ PAPR
Welding helmet with autodarkening ¿lter. Ergonomic welder protection with optimal mobility and easeofuse.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air with Adflo PAPR with HE filter:
25-1101-30SW
25-1101-10SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
25-1101-20SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
25-1101-30SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air and Adflo PAPR with HE filter and OV/SD/CL/HC cartridge:
25-3301-10SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
25-3301-20SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
25-3301-30SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air with 3M™ Adflo™ PAPR
Welding helmet with autodarkening welding ¿lter and an approx. in. x .25 in. clear visor for weld preparations.
Excellent for lowlight conditions and eye, face and respiratory protection.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air with Adflo PAPR with HE filter:
26-1101-30SW
26-1101-10SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
26-1101-20SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
26-1101-30SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air and Adflo PAPR with HE filter and OV/SD/CL/HC cartridge:
26-3301-10SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
26-3301-20SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
26-3301-30SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 MP with 3M™ Adflo™ PAPR
Welding helmet with hard hat, autodarkening welding ¿lter and an approx. in. x .25 in. clear visor for weld preparations.
Five levels of welder protection: head, eye, face, respiratory and optional hearing combined into one system.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP with Adflo PAPR with HE filter:
27-1101-10SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
27-1101-20SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
27-1101-30SW system with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
27-1101-20SW
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f Technical Specifications on page 61. Ordering information on page 51.
Respiratory Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Fresh-air III Supplied Air Regulator
Lightweight System Delivers
Maximum Airflows
For welding environments where supplied air respiratory
protection is needed, the 3M™ Speedglas™ Freshair ,,,
Supplied $ir 5egulator System, can be used with the 3M™
Speedglas™ Welding +elmets 1$ir, 1 F;$ir and
1 MP. The lightweight, beltmounted regulator allows you
to regulate the airÀow from a supplied air source and cool or
heat the air entering the headgear by as much as 5ƒF 2ƒC,
ideal for extreme temperature work environments.
Quick Connections
Respirator Standards
The beltmounted regulator connects to an approved air
The Speedglas Freshair ,,, supplied air regulator system
hose with a quick release connector system. 2il mist, water
meets 1ational ,nstitute for 2ccupational Safety and +ealth
vapor, or nontoxic, unpleasant odors in the air supply can be
1,2S+ standards for supplied air respirators, 2S+$
removed with an air ¿lter regulator panel, such as 3M Filter
assigned protection factor of 25 with Speedglas welding
and 5egulator Panel W26 or 2562.
helmets 1$ir/1 F;$ir/1 MP, and Freshair ,,, S$5
™
regulator 3M™ 9alves 9Series. Meets the requirements
of CS$ =.3 for CS$ marked products and the high impact
requirements of $1S, =.1 21.
Available Supplied Air
Hoses and Panels
Part Numbers
Applications
3M™ Supplied Air Hoses
W-9425-25 (25 ft).
W-9435-50 (50 ft).
W-9435-100 (100 ft).
W-2929-25 (25 ft).
W-2929-50 (50 ft).
W-2929-100 (100 ft).
3/8 in High Pressure Hose
(25, 50, or 100 ft).
f Technical Specifications on page 61. Ordering information on page 52-53.
3M™ Filter and Regulator Panels
W-2806 Filter and
Regulator Panel, 50 cfm
W-2808 CO Monitor Retrofit Kit.
256-02-00 Portable Filter
and Regulator Panel, 50 cfm.
Helps to remove
water, oil, particles,
odors and vapors.
Removes limited amounts
of carbon monoxide and other
contaminants without using large
desiccant drying towers.
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Respiratory Protection
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-Air with 3M™ Speedglas™ Fresh-air III
Supplied Air Regulator (SAR)
Welding helmet with autodarkening welding ¿lter combined with 1,2S+approved supplied air respirator system.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air with Fresh-air III SAR and V-100 cooling valve:
25-5802-30SW.
25-5702-10SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
25-5702-20SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
25-5702-30SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air with Fresh-air III SAR and V-200 heating valve:
25-5802-10SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
25-5802-20SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
25-5802-30SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air with 3M™ Speedglas™ Fresh-air III
Supplied Air Regulator (SAR)
Welding helmet with hard hat, autodarkening welding ¿lter and an approx. in. x .25 in. clear visor for weld preparations.
Excellent for lowlight conditions and eye, face and respiratory protection.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air with Fresh-air III SAR and V-100 cooling valve:
26-5702-30SW.
26-5702-10SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
26-5702-20SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
26-5702-30SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air with Fresh-air III SAR and V-200 heating valve:
26-5802-10SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
26-5802-20SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
26-5802-30SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 MP with 3M™ Speedglas™ Fresh-air III
Supplied Air Regulator (SAR)
Welding helmet with hard hat, autodarkening welding ¿lter and an approx. in. x .25 in. clear visor for weld preparations.
Five levels of welder protection: head, eye, face, respiratory and optional hearing combined into one system.
27-5902-20SW
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP with Fresh-air III SAR and V-100 cooling valve:
27-5702-10SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
27-5702-20SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
27-5702-30SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP with Fresh-air III SAR and V-300 air-regulating valve:
27-5902-10SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
27-5902-20SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
27-5902-30SW with Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
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f Technical Specifications on page 61. Ordering information on page 52.
Frequently Asked Questions about
Hexavalent Chromium and Manganese
+exavalent ChromiumCr9, is a form of the metal chromium
2ne of the more recent ailments identi¿ed by the 1ational
that rarely occurs naturally and is most commonly produced
,nstitutes of +ealth www.nih.gov that can afÀict welders is
by industrial processes. ,t has the ability to gain electrons
manganism, also known as welder’s disease. 2verexposure
from other elements a strong oxidi]er which means it
to manganese fume has been linked to weakness/lethargy,
can react easily with them. Because of its ability to react
speech and psychological disturbances, paralysis, and tremors.
with other elements, it can produce hard coatings, which
is why it is used in paints for boats, cars and airplanes.
To help reduce the risk of adverse health effects caused
+exavalent chromium fume a small metal particle can also
by exposures to airborne materials such as Cr9, and
be generated when performing “hot work” such as welding
manganese, the 8nited States 2ccupational Safety and +ealth
on stainless steel or melting chromium metal. ,n these
$dministration 2S+$ has established permissible exposure
situations the chromium is not originally hexavalent, but the
limits PELs which are law. ,n addition, the $merican
high temperatures involved in the process result in oxidation
Conference of *overnmental ,ndustrial +ygienists $C*,+
that converts the chromium to the hexavalent state. These
sets threshold limit values TL9s® which are airborne
properties are also what make it a health ha]ard. +exavalent
exposure limit guidelines., TL9s® are often used by industrial
Chromium is often referred to as +ex Chrom, +ex Chrome,
hygienists because they are evaluated on a more frequent
Chromium 6, +exa Chrom, Cr9,, or +exChrome.
basis than 2S+$ PELs.
Manganese is a greywhite metal resembling iron.
Manganese is used extensively to produce a variety of
Standards, Regulations and
Enforcement Cr(VI)
important alloys and to desulfuri]e and deoxidi]e steel.
2n February 2th, 26 2S+$ published the ¿nal
Manganese is also in many welding rods and ¿ller metals
+exavalent Chromium Cr9, Standard. There are three
to promote hardness. Manganese oxide fume is formed
versions of the standard: *eneral ,ndustry 11.126,
when manganese metal is heated and reacts with oxygen
Construction 11.1126, and Shipyards 1515.126.
in the air such as occurs during welding.
The requirements of each standard are very similar.
$ll Cr9, inhalation exposure is covered by these rules,
with the exception of exposures from Portland Cement and
application of regulated pesticides, e.g. treatment of wood
with pesticides exposures resulting from sawing or sanding
treated wood are covered. The 2S+$ PEL for all industries
is 5 micrograms per cubic meter of air 5 ȝg/m3, reduced
from 52 ȝg/m3, a difference of an order of magnitude.
The PEL is a time weighted average TW$ meaning it is
a concentration limit for a conventional hour workday
and hour workweek. The action level, or the level where
many of the requirements of the standard such as medical
surveillance may be required, is 2.5 ȝg/m3. There is no short
term exposure limit STEL.
31
The effective dates for implementing interim control
Manganese
measures, including respiratory protection were as follows:
The current 2S+$ PEL for manganese is 5 milligrams
‡
‡
Employers with more than 2 employees
per cubic meter of air 5 mg/m3. This PEL is a ceiling
± 1ovember 2, 26
limit which means the exposure shall at no time exceed the
Employers with less than 2 employees
exposure limit given for that substance. 2S+$ has had the
± May 3, 2
same exposure limit for manganese since 1971.
Feasible engineering controls to effectively reduce hexavalent
The $C*,+ TL9 for manganese is a TW$ limit of .1 mg/
chromium exposures to acceptable levels needed to be in
m3. The 212 edition of the $C*,+ TL9s® and BE,s® includes
place by May 31, 21. Where engineering controls are not
a proposed revision to the manganese TL9®. This 1otice of
feasible other controls, such as administrative controls and/or
,ntended Change 1,C includes revising the current TL9
personal protective equipment PPE must be implemented.
TW$ for total manganese to .1 mg/m3 for the inhalable
fraction, and .2 mg/m3 for the respirable fraction. The
2S+$ has implemented a new 1ational Emphasis Program
$C*,+’s proposals should be considered trial values, and
1EP to identify and reduce or eliminate the health ha]ards
will remain on the 1,C for approximately one year. ,f $C*,+
associated with occupational exposure to hexavalent
neither ¿nds nor receives any substantive data that changes its
chromium and other toxic substances commonly found in
scienti¿c opinion regarding an 1,C TL9®, then the value is
conjunction with hexavalent chromium. This 1EP, which
recommended for adoption by $C*,+. ,f they ¿nd or receive
became effective February 23, 21 targets industries where
substantive data that changes its scienti¿c opinion regarding
overexposures to hexavalent chromium are known to occur.
the 1,C TL9®, the recommendation could change to be
$ copy of this instructional manual can be found at: www.
either retained or withdrawn from the 1,C. The respirable
osha.gov/2sh'oc/'irectiveBpdf/CPLB226.pdf
fraction is the smallest si]e fraction typically sampled, thus
representing fume particles. This would most likely be the
limit used for evaluating welding exposures.
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Respiratory Protection for
Cr(VI) and Manganese Exposure
Respirator Selection for
Manganese Oxide Fume Exposures
,n many cases, changes in manufacturing processes and
The table below shows suggested respiratory protection
engineering controls alone can’t reduce exposure levels to
for manganese up to the maximum use concentrations
below the occupational exposure limits 2ELs. ,n such
based on the 2S+$ $PFs and $C*,+ TL9 of .2 mg/m3
cases, it may be appropriate to use respiratory protection.
for respirable fraction.
For any particular application, an array of respirator types
that provide an appropriate level of protection are available.
Exposure
Respiratory Protection
≤ 0.2 mg/m3
Half Facepiece with N, R, or P class particulate filter
(includes filtering facepiece respirator)
Any other respirator with an APF ≥ 10
≤ 0.5 mg/m3
Full Facepiece with N, R, or P class particulate filter
PAPR with HEPA Filter and Full Facepiece, Hood/Helmet,
or Loose Fitting Facepiece
Continuous flow supplied-air system with Full Facepiece,
Hood/Helmet or Loose Fitting Facepiece
≤ 1 mg/m3
Full Facepiece with N, R, or P class particulate filter
PAPR with HEPA Filter and Full Facepiece or Hood/Helmet
Continuous flow supplied-air system with Full Facepiece or
Hood/Helmet
¿t testing.
≤ 200 mg/m3
PAPR with HEPA Filter and Full Facepiece or Hood/Helmet
Continuous flow supplied-air system with Full Facepiece or
Hood/Helmet(1)
Respirator Selection for
Hexavalent Chromium Exposures
(1) Manufacturer must provide evidence that hood/helmet respirator systems
meet APF of 1,000
The cost of these respirators may vary from around $1 for
a basic negativepressure, disposable, ¿ltering facepiece
to $1, or more for a powered or suppliedair system.
5espirators should be selected based on results from air
sampling and the necessary assigned protection factor $PF
as established within 2S+$ 29 CF5 191.13. 2S+$
requires employers to implement a written respiratory
protection program when respiratory protection is used.
Elements of the written program include respirator selection,
use, care and maintenance, medical evaluation, training, and
The table below shows suggested respiratory protection for
hexavalent chromium up to the maximum use concentra
tions based on the 2S+$ $PFs and PEL of 5 ȝg/m3.
Summary
Cr9, and Manganese are found in many manufacturing
processes. The proposed changes to manganese exposure
Exposure
Respiratory Protection
≤ 50 ug/m3
Half Facepiece with N, R, or P class particulate filter
(includes filtering facepiece respirator)
Any other respirator with an APF ≥ 10
≤ 125 ug/m3
≤ 250 ug/m3
≤ 5000 ug/m3
Full Facepiece with N, R, or P class particulate filter
PAPR with HEPA Filter and Full Facepiece, Hood/Helmet,
or Loose Fitting Facepiece
Continuous flow supplied-air system with Full Facepiece,
Hood/Helmet or Loose Fitting Facepiece
levels may have an affect on various industries and industrial
processes. $s a precaution, review MS'S sheets for materials
containing these substances in manufacturing processes. ,f
there are questions regarding the air quality, it may be a good
idea to discuss the option of air sampling with an industrial
hygienist to better determine the levels of contaminants
within a given process. ,f the air sampling results indicate
exposure levels above the occupational exposure limit either
Full Facepiece with N, R, or P class particulate filter
PAPR with HEPA Filter and Full Facepiece or Hood/Helmet
Continuous flow supplied-air system with Full Facepiece or
Hood/Helmet
PEL or TL9, whichever the employer is using, changes to
PAPR with HEPA Filter and Full Facepiece or Hood/Helmet
Continuous flow supplied-air system with Full Facepiece or
Hood/Helmet(1)
acceptable levels.
(1) Manufacturer must provide evidence that hood/helmet respirator systems
meet APF of 1,000
manufacturing processes, use of other engineering controls or
PPE may be suitable choices to reduce employee exposures to
Further questions regarding this article or selection of
respiratory protection may be directed to 3M 2+ES'
Technical Service at 12363.
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How Auto-Darkening Filters Work
Before:
During:
After:
With the welding 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,
the filter has switched to the dark state.
The filter automatically returns to the clear
state after welding is complete, allowing
your immediate inspection of the weld pool,
as well as preparation for the next weld.
Eye protection that helps
increase your efficiency
Most “bad weld starts” can be reduced and fewer bad welds
mean less grinding and higher overall quality levels.
The key to remember with 3M™ Speedglas™ $uto 'arkening
Welding Filters is consistency. They enable consistent,
For example:
comfortable viewing and provide protection from ultraviolet
Productivity gains are, of course, dependent on the application.
and infrared 89/,5 radiation. They consistently auto
,f you do lots of tack welds, you will have much greater
switch from clear to dark, and back again, to help increase
productivity gains than a welder doing long seam welds.
productivity while you weld.
With that said, this example uses a conservative 15 gain in
productivity. ,f cost for salary is $2 per hour, the welding
Awkward made easier
helmet will pay for itself in approximately two months.
Speedglas welding ¿lters also help reduce neckstrain from
,n one year the productivity gain could be up to $6 in
“helmet nodding,” while greatly increasing the accuracy
savings also known as new pro¿ts. 1ote: 'ollar amounts are
of electrode placement. This, in turn, reduces the need for
approximate and may vary.
grinding and rework. ,n addition, you can get into tight,
cramped spaces with your eye and face protection already in
place. The ¿lter’s, clear optics make even extremely awkward
$6,000
welds easier.
$5,000
How fast does a 3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet pay for itself?
$3,000
measure, ef¿ciency and weld quality are much easier to gauge.
Studies show that you can increase ef¿ciency substantially
when using Speedglas autodarkening welding ¿lters. 1ot only
can you work faster when you can see clearly, but you move
more ef¿ciently, placing electrodes more precisely.
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15% Productivity Gain
$4,000
,f pro¿tability is de¿ned in terms of protection, one day is
enough. But while “protection” sometimes can be dif¿cult to
$6,000
Investment
-$400
Savings
(New Profits)
Recommended guide for shade numbers
according to ANSI Z49.1 -2012
Current in amperes
A
Welding process
1.5
6
10
20
30
40
60
70
100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 900 1000
Shielded Metal Arc
10
12
Gas Metal Arc Welding
11
12
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
10
12
Air Carbon Arc Cutting
14
14
14
14
12
Plasma Arc Welding
10
6-8
12
Plasma Arc Cutting
14
9
12
Carbon Arc Welding
14
14
1.5
6
10
15
30
40
60
70
100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 900 1000
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.
Transmittance (%)
Light transmission curve
3M™ Speedglas™ Auto-Darkening Filters keep
the welder protected from harmful UV and IR
radiation. This protection remains constant,
during on, off, dark and light state. The curve also
shows that the transmission in the light state is
dominated by green, therefore the ”green” glass
in the welding filter.
380
UV
(ultraviolet) radiation
— always blocked
780
VISIBLE LIGHT
1000
1200
1400
Wavelength (nm)
200
IR
(infrared) radiation
— always blocked
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Changes to the ANSI Z87.1-2010
Standard for Eye and Face Protective Devices*
Performance Markings
Users will now be able to match the hazard they need
protection from by identifying marks located on the protectors,
spectacles, goggles, faceshields and welding helmets.
The standard includes performance requirements for dust and
mist, as well as for UV (ultra violet), visible light and IR (infra
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be tested and marked according to requirement listed in Table
4a of the standard.
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The ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010, replaces the Z87.1-2003
standard. As of the date of this summary, the Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has not
incorporated the 2010 standard into the eye and face
protection regulation (29 CFR 1910.133). OSHA accepts the
three latest ANSI standards (1989, 2003 and 2010).
This summary of the revision of this eye and face protection
standard focuses on the key changes to the standard; it
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standard or even serve as a complete summary of the revision.
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for devices claiming to provide protection from splash/droplet,
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to determine the capability of the goggle to keep liquid
splashes or sprays from reaching the wearer’s eyes.
A focus on the hazard, rather than on the protector type, to
The Dust Test is intended to determine the capability of the
encourage safety personnel and users to evaluate and identify
goggle to keep large dust particles from reaching the wearer’s
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Radiation, Splash, Dust, and Fine Dust Particles. Therefore,
intended to determine the capability of the goggle to keep
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Changes to the ANSI Z87.1-2010 Standard
The frame/shroud or lens of these protector types shall be
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Impact Rating Markings
All protectors must demonstrate entry-level impact protection
via the drop ball test. Both the high mass impact test and the
high velocity impact test must be completed on any impactrated protector. Impact- rated protectors shall include a
permanent marking identifying the manufacturer and indicate
“Z87+” on both the front and at least one of the temples.
Frames that are intended for use as Not Rated for Impact can
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New headform for product testing
The 2010 revision of the standard adopts the European (CE)
small & medium headform sizes for testing to harmonize
with existing international test methods.
Minimum Frontal Coverage Area:
It is important that the protective eyewear cover the soft
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particles. The coverage area requires the eyewire and lens
shall cover in plane view an area of not less than 40 mm in
width and 33 mm in height (elliptical) in front of each eye,
centered on the geometrical center of the lens.
Frames designed for small head sizes shall cover in plane
view an area of not less than 34 mm (1.34 in.) in width and
28 mm (1.10 in.) in height (elliptical), centered on the
geometrical center of the lens. Frames designed for small
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distance (PD) headform. Frames that are tested using the
small headform shall be marked on the frame with
the letter “H.”
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After Market Components
Non-original equipment manufacturers of devices (i.e.
sideshields and lenses) that are represented as an “accessory”
to protectors must now perform testing to assure that the
“accessory” does not compromise the integrity of the Z87
protector. This test requirement assures that replacement parts
claimed as compatible with various frames, meet the standard
in all combinations.
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uses a hot steel rod contacting the protector to determine if
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since it was not representative of realistic use as it measured
resistance to material igniting from contact with hot metal
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Selection Chart
Lateral (Side Coverage)
A pull-out selection chart has been added to aid users
The standard now requires lateral coverage for impact rated
in identifying and selecting the types of eye and face
protectors. This inclusion is consistent with other international
protectors that are available, their capabilities and limitation
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for the hazard source operations listed. Selection includes
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recommended protectors for various types of work activities
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that can expose the worker to impact, heat, chemical, dust or
Coverage will be lateral from the vertical plane of the lenses
optical radiation hazards.
tangential to a point not less than 10mm posterior to the
corneal plane and not less than 10mm in height (8mm for
the small head form) above/below the horizontal plane.
Sideshields
All impact rated protectors must have side protection
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any use of aftermarket sideshields shall be tested on
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Sideshields shall include a permanent marking identifying the
manufacturer and indicate “Z87+”.
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Assigned Protection Factors Information
On August 24, 2006 the Occupational Safety and Health
The MUC can be determined mathematically by multiplying
Administration amended its regulation for respiratory
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the required OSHA permissible exposure limit, short-term
requirements for Assigned Protection Factors (APFs) and
exposure limit, or ceiling limit. When no OSHA exposure
Maximum Use Concentrations (MUCs). The revisions also
limit is available for a hazardous substance, an employer
supersede many of the APF requirements established in
must determine a MUC on the basis of relevant available
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information and informed professional judgment. Table 1 of 29
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CFR 1910.134 lists the APFs the employer must use beginning
Assigned Protection Factor (APF) means the workplace level
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of respiratory protection that a respirator or class of respirators
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Maximum Use Concentration (MUC) means the maximum
atmospheric concentration of a hazardous substance from
which an employee can be expected to be protected when
wearing a respirator, and is determined by the assigned
must have evidence provided by the respirator manufacturer
that testing of these respirators demonstrates performance at
a level of protection of 1000 or greater to receive an APF of
1000. This level of performance can best be demonstrated by
performing a workplace protection factor (WPF) or simulated
workplace protection factor (SWPF) study or equivalent
testing. Absent such testing, all other PAPRs and SARs with
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respirators, and receive an APF of 25.”
protection factor of the respirator or class of respirators and the
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exposure limit of the hazardous substance.
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Type of Respirator 1,2
Quarter Mask
Half Mask
Full Facepiece
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Loose-Fitting
Facepiece
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5
103
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4. Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)
1.Employers may select respirators assigned for use in higher workplace concentrations of a
hazardous substance for use at lower concentrations of that substance, or when required
respirator use is independent of concentration.
2.The assigned protection factors in Table 1 are only effective when the employer implements a
continuing, effective respirator program as required by this section (29 CFR 1910.134), including
training, fit testing, maintenance, and use requirements.
3.This APF category includes filtering facepieces, and half masks with elastomeric facepieces.
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4.The employer must have evidence provided by the respirator manufacturer that testing of these
respirators demonstrates performance at a level of protection of 1,000 or greater to receive an APF
of 1,000. This level of performance can best be demonstrated by performing a WPF or SWPF study
or equivalent testing. Absent such testing, all other PAPRs and SARs with helmets/hoods are to be
treated as loose-fitting facepiece respirators, and receive an APF of 25.
5.These APFs do not apply to respirators used solely for escape. For escape respirators used in
association with specific substances covered by 29 CFR 1910 subpart Z, employers must refer to
the appropriate substance-specific standards in that subpart. Escape respirators for other IDLH
atmospheres are specified by 29 CFR 1910.134 (d)(2)(ii).
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PartsDirectory
3M™ Welding Helmets (non-respiratory models)
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100
43
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX
44
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 100
46
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet SL
47
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9002D
47
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9000/Utility
45
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9000 ProTop
49
Hard Hat Options for
Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100 / 100
49
3M™ Respiratory Protection
Adflo™ Powered Air Purifying Respirator
51
Speedglas™ Fresh-air III Supplied Air Systems
52
Speedglas™ Fresh-air II Supplied Air Systems
52
3M Compressed Air Filter and Regulator Panels
53
3M™ Headtops for Respiratory Protection
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-Air
54
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 MP
55
Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air
56
Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9000/FlexView HWR 57
Speedglas™ Powered and Supplied Air Protection
L-Series SG
58
3M Faceshield ClearVisor
59
Care and Maintenance
60
Technical Specifications
61
Product Index
64
41
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet — Product Overview
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to eye protection and comfort for welders.
Welding Helmets
P.43
Welding Filters
P.54
Accessories
P.58
9100V
filter
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100-Air
P.56
P.44
3M™ Speedglas™ Powered &
Supplied Air Protection L-Series
P.55
9100X
filter
9100XX
filter
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter Series 9100
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100 FX
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100 MP
P.47
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter SL
100V
filter
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet SL
100-10
filter
P.46
100-11
filter
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter Series 100
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 100
P.47-48
P.57
P.49
9002D
filter
9002V
filter
9002X
filter
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet Series 9000
42
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter Series 9002
Every welder is different,
and each day a welder’s
tasks can change. As owner
of a Speedglas welding
helmet, you have a variety of
accessories available to help
maximize your protection
and comfort.
The following pages list the
majority of the Speedglas
replacement parts and
available accessories.
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100
Part No
Description
Part No
06-0100-10
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 with
welding filter 9100V.
06-0100-10SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows and welding filter
9100V.
Description
Part No
06-0100-20
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 with
welding filter 9100X.
06-0100-20SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows and welding filter
9100X.
Description
06-0100-30
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 with
welding filter 9100XX.
06-0100-30SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows and welding filter
9100XX.
06-0400-52(B)
06-0500-53
06-0200-54(B)
06-0400-54(B)
06-0300-52
06-0300-52SW*
06-0300-55 (B)
06-0400-53(B)
06-0400-51(B)
06-0200-51(B)
06-0200-52(B)
06-0200-53(B)
06-0300-51 / 06-0300-51SW
06-0000-10
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
04-0320-00
06-0400-55(B)
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0200-10(B)
06-0200-20(B)
06-0200-30(B)
06-0500-51
06-0700-83
06-0500-52
Accessories and consumables
Part No
Description
Part No
04-0320-00
06-0000-10
Batteries , 2/case
Speedglas welding filter 9100V,
variable shade 5, 8,9-13
Speedglas welding filter 9100X,
variable shade 5, 8, 9-13
Speedglas welding filter 9100XX,
variable shade 5, 8, 9-13
Inside protection plate 9100V, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-10, 25/case
Inside protection plate 9100X, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-20, 25/case
Inside protection plate 9100XX, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-30, 25/case
Outside protection plate standard,
10/case
Part no 06-0200-51, 50/case
Outside protection plate scratch
resistant, 10/case
Part no 06-0200-52, 50/case
Outside protection plate high
temperature,10/case
Part no 06-0200-53, 50/case
06-0200-54
Comfort sweatband, 3/case
06-0200-54-B Comfort sweatband, 12/case
06-0201-10
Starter kit 9100V, incl 5 outside
protection plates, 2 inside protection
plates and 1 sweatband
06-0201-20
Starter kit 9100X, incl 5 outside
protection plates, 2 inside protection
plates and 1 sweatband
06-0201-30
Starter kit 9100XX, incl 5 outside
protection plates, 2 inside protection
plates and 1 sweatband
06-0300-51
Speedglas welding helmet 9100
without side windows, with headband
and silver front panel
06-0300-51SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 with
side windows, headband and silver
front panel
06-0300-52
Speedglas welding helmet 9100
without side windows, without
headband
06-030052SW* Speedglas welding helmet 9100 with
side windows, without headband.
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
06-0200-10
06-0200-10-B
06-0200-20
06-0200-20-B
06-0200-30
06-0200-30-B
06-0200-51
06-0200-51-B
06-0200-52
06-0200-52-B
06-0200-53
06-0200-53-B
Description
Part No
06-0300-55
06-0300-55-B
06-0400-51
06-0400-51-B
06-0400-52
06-0400-52-B
06-0400-53
06-0400-53-B
06-0400-54
06-0400-54-B
06-0400-55
06-0400-55-B
06-0500-51
06-0500-52
06-0500-53*
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0700-83
Description
Silver front panel
Part no 06-0300-55, 5/case
Headband incl assembled parts.
Part no 06-0400-51, 5/case
Pivot mechanism headband, left and
right.
Part no 06-0400-52, 5/case
Headband front part.
Part no 06-0400-53, 5/case
Headband back part.
Part no 06-0400-54, 5/case
Battery holder 9100, 2/case
Part no 06-0400-55, 10/case
Extended coverage 9100, Crown
Extended coverage 9100, Ear & Neck
SideWindow cover plates, 2/case.
Magnification plate 1.5x.
Magnification plate 2.0x.
Magnification plate 2.5x.
Magnification plate 3.0x.
Full Hood, black/grey.
* Please use Part No 06-0300-52SW when ordering replacement Side windows.
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3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100 FX
Part No
Description
Part No
06-0600-10SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX
with welding filter 9100V
Description
Part No
06-0600-20SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX
with welding filter 9100X
Description
06-0600-30SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX
with welding filter 9100XX
06-0700-81
06-0400-52(B)
06-0400-54(B)
06-0200-54(B)
06-0700-73
06-0400-51(B)
06-0400-53(B)
06-0700-54
06-0700-63
06-0200-51(B)
06-0200-52(B)
06-0200-53(B)
06-0700-64
06-0600-00SW
06-0000-10
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
06-0700-82
06-0700-83
04-0320-00
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0500-52
06-0200-10(B)
06-0200-20(B)
06-0200-30(B)
06-0400-55(B)
Accessories and consumables
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
04-0320-00
06-0000-10
Batteries 2/case
Speedglas welding filter 9100V,
variable shade 5, 8, 9-13.
Speedglas welding filter 9100X,
variable shade 5, 8, 9-13.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XX
variable shade 5, 8, 9-13.
Inside protection plate 9100V, 5/
case
Part no 06-0200-10, 25/case
Inside protection plate 9100X, 5/
case
Part no 06-0200-20, 25/case
Inside protection plate 9100XX, 5/
case
Part no 06-0200-30, 25/case
Outside protection plate standard,
10/case
Part no 06-0200-51, 50/case
06-0200-52
Outside protection plate scratch
resistant, 10/case
Part no 06-0200-52, 50/case
Outside protection plate high
temperature,10/case
Part no 06-0200-53, 50/case
Comfort sweatband, 3/case
Comfort sweatband, 12/case
Headband incl assembled parts.
Part no 06-0400-51, 5/case
Pivot mechanism headband, left
and right.
Part no 06-0400-52, 5/case
Headband front part.
Part no 06-0400-53, 5/case
Headband back part.
Part no 06-0400-54, 5/case
Battery holder 9100, 2/case
Part no 06-0400-55, 10/case
06-0500-52
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0600-00SW
Extended coverage, ear and neck
Magnification plate 1.5x.
Magnification plate 2.0x.
Magnification plate 2.5x.
Magnification plate 3.0x.
Speedglas helmet 9100 FX, without
welding filter, with headband.
Wide-view clear grinding visor,
anti-fog, 5/case.
Front panel, chrome
Wide-view clear grinding visor
frame, black
SideWindow cover plates, 2/case.
Standard headcover, crown, black
Extended headcover, head and neck
Full Hood, black/grey
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
06-0200-10
06-0200-10-B
06-0200-20
06-0200-20-B
06-0200-30
06-0200-30-B
06-0200-51
06-0200-51-B
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06-0200-52-B
06-0200-53
06-0200-53-B
06-0200-54
06-0200-54-B
06-0400-51
06-0400-51-B
06-0400-52
06-0400-52-B
06-0400-53
06-0400-53-B
06-0400-54
06-0400-54-B
06-0400-55
06-0400-55-B
06-0700-54
06-0700-63
06-0700-64
06-0700-73
06-0700-81
06-0700-82
06-0700-83
Featured Accessories
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 help 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:
06-0700-83
BPK-01
06-0500-51
06-0700-81
06-0700-82
06-0500-54
06-0500-55
06-0500-52
06-0500-52
Ordering Information for
Additional Coverage Products
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmets
9000 / SL / 100
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet
9100 MP
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmets
9100 / 9100-Air
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmets
9100 FX / 9100 FX-Air
Head protection
Part No 16-0099-30*
N/A
Part No 06-0500-51
Part No 06-0700-81 (standard)**
Part No 06-0700-82 (extended)
Neck protection
Part No 02-0690-00*
Part No 27-0099-85*
Hood
Part No 06-0500-52*
Part No 06-0700-83*
Backpack
Part No 06-0700-83*
BPK-01 - For use with Adflo™ PAPR
Welding beanie
Material
Part No 06-0500-54
Cotton
Welding cap
Material
Part No 06-0500-55
50 Wash FR Fabric
* Tested to EN/ISO 11611.
** Standard headcover not NIOSH-approved on 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air.
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3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 100 Series
Part No
Description
Part No
07-0012-31AH Speedglas welding helmet 100
Aces High*
07-0012-31AP Speedglas welding helmet 100
American Pride*
07-0012-10BL Speedglas welding helmet 100
Black with welding filter 100S-10
07-0012-11BL Speedglas welding helmet 100
Black with welding filter 100S-11
07-0012-31BL Speedglas welding helmet 100
Black*
07-0012-31BY Speedglas welding helmet 100
Boneyard*
Description
07-0001-10
07-0001-11
07-0001-31
04-0290-00
04-0290-01
04-0290-02
06-0700-83
02-0690-00
Part No
07-0012-31BZ Speedglas welding helmet 100
Blazed*
07-0012-31FC Speedglas welding helmet 100
Future Combatant*
07-0012-31IH Speedglas welding helmet 100
Ice Hot*
07-0012-31RD Speedglas welding helmet 100
Razor Dragon*
07-0012-31RS Speedglas welding helmet 100
Raging Skull*
07-0012-31SE Speedglas welding helmet 100
Steel Eyes*
07-0680-00
07-0200-51
07-0200-52
07-0200-53
07-0012-31BY
Description
07-0012-31SJ Speedglas welding helmet 100
Skull Jewels*
07-0012-31SR Speedglas welding helmet 100
Steel Rose*
07-0012-31TB Speedglas welding helmet 100
Tribute*
07-0012-31TW Speedglas welding helmet 100
Trojan Warrior*
07-0012-31WP Speedglas welding helmet 100
Wild-N-Pink*
07-0012-31XT Speedglas welding helmet 100
Xterminator*
* With Speedglas welding filter100V.
06-0500-56 thru 59
07-0012-00AH
07-0012-00AP
07-0012-00BL
07-0012-00BZ
07-0012-00IH
07-0012-00RD
07-0012-00RS
07-0012-00SE
07-0012-00SJ
07-0012-00SR
07-0012-00TW
07-0012-00WP
07-0012-00XT
05-0660-00
04-0320-00
05-0370-00
02-0024-00
02-0024-01
07-0024-02
05-0655-00
07-0212-00SV
07-0212-01BL
07-0212-03BM
07-0212-04CH
18-0099-68
16-0099-30
Accessories and consumables
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
02-0024-00
Sweatband, cotton fleece with
padding
Sweatband, leather
Throat protection, black/grey
Inside protection plate, 5/case
Inside protection plate,+1 shade,
5/case
Inside protection plate, +2 shade,
5/case
Battery, 2/case
Battery cover
Comfort headband with assembly
parts
Assembly parts for headband
Magnification plate 1.5x.
Magnification plate 2.0x.
Magnification plate 2.5x.
Magnification plate 3.0x.
Full hood, black/grey
Speedglas welding filter 100S-10,
shade 10.
07-0001-11
Speedglas welding filter 100S-11,
shade 11.
Speedglas welding filter 100V,
shade 8-12.
Welding helmet Aces High, shell only
Welding helmet American Pride, shell
only
Welding helmet black, shell only
Welding helmet Boneyard, shell only
Welding helmet Blazed, shell only
Welding helmet Ice Hot shell only
Welding helmet Razor Dragon,
shell only
Welding helmet Raging Skull , shell
only
Welding helmet Steel Eyes, shell
only
Welding helmet Skull Jewels, shell
only
Welding helmet Steel Rose, shell only
07-0012-00TW Welding helmet Trojan Warrior, shell
only
07-0012-00WP Welding helmet Wild-N-Pink, shell
only
07-0012-00XT Welding helmet Xterminator, shell
only
07-0024-02
Sweatband, fleece, 2/case.
07-0200-51
Outside protection plate, standard,
10/case
07-0200-52
Outside protection plate, scratch
resistant, 10/case.
07-0200-53
Outside protection plate, high
temperature, 10/case.
07-0212-00SV Silver front frame 100
07-0212-01BL Black front frame 100, glossy
07-0212-03BM Black front frame 100, matte
07-0212-04CH Chrome front frame 100
07-0680-00
Holder for magnifier, 2/case
16-0099-30
Headcover, FR cotton
18-0099-68
Throat and side protector, leather.
02-0024-01
02-0690-00
04-0290-00
04-0290-01
04-0290-02
04-0320-00
05-0370-00
05-0655-00
05-0660-00
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0700-83
07-0001-10
46
07-0001-31
07-0012-00AH
07-0012-00AP
07-0012-00BL
07-0012-00BY
07-0012-00BZ
07-0012-00IH
07-0012-00RD
07-0012-00RS
07-0012-00SE
07-0012-00SJ
07-0012-00SR
Description
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet SL
Part No
Description
02-0024-00
02-0024-01
02-0690-00
04-0290-00
04-0320-00
05-0000-41
05-0013-00
05-0013-41
Part No
Sweatband, cotton fleece with
padding.
Sweatband, leather.
Throat protection black/grey.
Inside protection plate, 5/case.
Battery, 2/case.
Welding filter SL, shade 8-12.
Welding helmet, without headband.
Welding helmet SL with filter,
variable shade 8-12.
05-0013-41
Description
05-0250-00
05-0250-01
05-0370-00
05-0655-00
05-0660-00
05-0680-00
05-0695-00
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
Part No
Outside protection plate, 5/case.
Outside protection plate, scratch
resistant, 5/case.
Battery holder.
Headband with assembly parts.
Assembly parts for headband.
Magnifying lens holder
Spatter protector
Magnification plate 1.5x.
Magnification plate 2.0x.
Description
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0700-83
07-0024-02
16-0099-30
18-0099-68
Magnification plate 2.5x.
Magnification plate 3.0x.
Full hood, black/grey.
Sweatband, fleece, black 2/case.
Headcover, FR Cotton
Throat and side protector, leather.
05-0660-00
06-0700-83
02-0024-00
02-0024-01
07-0024-02
16-0099-30
05-0655-00
05-0000-41
05-0250-00
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
04-0290-00
05-0695-00
02-0690-00
05-0013-00
05-0680-00
05-0370-00
04-0320-00
18-0099-68
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05-0250-01
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9000
and 9000 FlexView with 9002D Filter
04-0012-15
04-0012-15SW
Part No
04-0012-15
Description
Speedglas 9000 welding helmet,
without side windows, with welding
filter 9002D, shade 10-11.
04-0012-15SW Speedglas 9000 welding helmet
with side windows and welding filter
9002D, shade 10-11.
Part No
Description
04-0016-15
Speedglas 9000 FlexView welding
helmet, without side windows, with
welding filter 9002D, shade 10-11.
04-0016-15SW Speedglas 9000 welding helmet
with side windows and welding filter
9002D, shade 10-11.
47
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet
Series 9000 / FlexView / Utility
Accessories and consumables*
Part No
Description
Part No
02-0024-00
02-0024-01
02-0690-00
04-0000-15
04-0000-21
04-0000-31
04-0012-00
Sweatband, cotton fleece with padding
Sweatband, leather.
Throat protection, black/grey.
Speedglas welding filter 9002D.
Speedglas welding filter 9002X.
Speedglas welding filter 9002V.
Speedglas welding helmet 9000,
without side windows, without welding
filter, with headband.
04-0012-00SW Speedglas welding helmet 9000, with
side windows, with headband, without
welding filter
04-0016-00
Speedglas welding helmet FlexView,
without side windows, without welding
filter
04-0016-00SW Speedglas welding helmet FlexView
with side windows, without welding
filter
04-0022-00
Speedglas welding helmet 9000,
without side windows, without
headband, without welding filter
04-0022-00SW* Speedglas welding helmet 9000 with
side windows, without headband,
without welding filter
Description
04-0026-00
Headband pivot “S” stop (right),
10/case.
04-0112-00
Speedglas welding helmet 9000, inner
shell without side windows
04-0112-00SW Speedglas welding helmet 9000, inner
shell with side windows
04-0114-00
Speedglas welding helmet Utility, inner
shell
04-0116-00
FlexView welding helmet inner shell
without side windows
04-0116-00SW FlexView welding helmet inner shell
with side windows
04-0126-00
FlexView pivot “S” stop (left), 10/case.
04-0212-02
Speedglas 9000 silver front panel
04-0216-00
Speedglas FlexView silver front panel
04-0260-00
Speedglas FlexView protection plate,
10/case.
04-0270-01
Outside protection plate, 10/case.
04-0270-03
Outside protection plate, scratch
resistant, 10/case.
04-0270-04
Outside protection plate, high
temperature, 10/case.
04-0280-00
Inside protection plate for welding filters
9002X/9000XF, 5/case.
Part No
Description
04-0280-01
Inside protection plate, +1 shade for
welding filters 9002X/9000XF, 5/case.
Inside protection plate, +2 shade for
welding filters 9002X/9000XF, 5/case.
Inside protection plate for welding filters
9002D/9002V, 5/case.
Inside protection plate,+1 shade for
welding filters 9002D/9002V, 5/case.
Inside protection plate, +2 shade for
welding filters 9002D/9002V, 5/case.
Battery, 2/case.
FlexView welding filter holder.
FlexView middle helmet panel, black.
Battery holders blue, 2/case.
Battery holders black, 2/case.
FlexView replacement kit.
FlexView locking wedge kit, holder
welding filter (not shown).
Headband with assembly parts.
Assembly parts for headband.
Full hood black/grey.
Sweatband fleece, 2/case.
Headcover, FR cotton
Throat and side protector, leather
04-0280-02
04-0290-00
04-0290-01
04-0290-02
04-0320-00
04-0360-00
04-0361-00
04-0380-00
04-0390-00
04-0460-00
04-0550-00
04-0650-00
04-0660-00
06-0700-83
07-0024-02
16-0099-30
18-0099-68
* Please use Part No 04-0022-00SW when new side windows are required.
04-0112-00
04-0112-00SW
04-0114-00
04-0212-02
04-0650-00
04-0650-00
04-0026-00
18-0099-68
04-0660-00
04-0012-00
04-0012-00SW
04-0022-00
04-0022-00SW*
02-0024-00
02-0024-01
07-0024-02
04-0320-00
04-0026-00
16-0099-30
02-0690-00
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04-0380-00
04-0390-00
06-0700-83
04-0270-01
04-0270-03
04-0270-04
04-0000-15
04-0000-31
04-0000-21
04-0290-00
04-0290-01
04-0290-01
04-0280-01
04-0290-02
04-0280-02
04-0361-00
04-0360-00
04-0260-00
04-0126-00
04-0216-00
04-0460-00
04-0016-00
04-0016-00SW
3M™ Speedglas™ ProTop System
04-0015-15SW
04-0015-21SW
04-0015-31SW
Part No
Description
Part No
H-700-BP
Hard hat replacement brow pad,
20/case.
04-0015-00
ProTop system without side windows,
without welding filter
04-0015-00SW ProTop system with side windows,
without welding filter
04-0015-15
ProTop system without side windows,
with welding filter 9002D.
04-0015-15SW ProTop system with side windows and
welding filter 9002D.
04-0015-21
ProTop system without side windows,
with welding filter 9002X.
04-0015-21SW ProTop system with side windows and
welding filter 9002X
04-0015-31
ProTop system without side windows,
with welding filter 9002V.
04-0023-02
Description
04-0015-31SW ProTop system with side windows and
welding filter 9002V.
04-0023-02
Hard hat, white.
04-0025-00
ProTop welding hood with pivot
mechanism, without hard hat, welding
filter, without strap.
04-0025-00SW ProTop welding hood with pivot
mechanism and side windows, without
hard hat, without welding filter, without
strap.
04-0315-00
ProTop strap.
04-1516-00
FlexView ProTop system without side
windows, without welding filter
04-1516-00SW FlexView ProTop system with side
windows, without welding filter
Part No
Description
04-1516-15
FlexView ProTop system, without side
windows, with welding filter 9002D.
04-1516-15SW FlexView ProTop system with side
windows and welding filter 9002D.
04-1516-21
FlexView ProTop system without side
windows, with welding filter 9002X.
04-1516-21SW FlexView ProTop system with side
windows and welding filter 9002X
04-1516-31
FlexView ProTop system without side
windows, with welding filter 9002V.
04-1516-31SW FlexView ProTop system with side
windows and welding filter 9002V.
04-0015-00
04-0015-00SW
04-1516-00
04-1516-00SW
H-700-BP
04-0025-00
04-0025-00SW
04-0315-00
Hard Hat Options for
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100 / 100
06-0100-10HHSW
06-0100-20HHSW
06-0100-30HHSW
Part No
04-0023-02
06-0014-00NR
07-0012-31BL-HH
Description
Hard hat, white.
Hard hat adapter for Speedglas
welding helmet 9100 with assembly
parts, without hard hat.
06-0100-10HASW Speedglas welding helmet 9100,
with side windows, hard hat adapter
and welding filter 9100V, without
hard hat.
06-0100-10HHSW Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows, hard hat and
welding filter 9100V.
Part No
04-0023-02
06-0014-00NR
07-0014-00NR (not shown)
Description
06-0100-20HASW Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows, hard hat adapter
and welding filter 9100X, without
hard hat.
06-0100-20HHSW Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows, hard hat and
welding filter 9100X.
06-0100-30HASW Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows, hard hat adapter
and welding filter 9100XX, without
hard hat.
Part No
Description
06-0100-30HHSW Speedglas welding helmet 9100
with side windows, hard hat and
welding filter 9100XX
07-0012-31BL-HA Speedglas welding helmet 100 with
welding filter 100V and hard hat
adapter, without hard hat.
07-0012-31BL-HH Speedglas welding helmet 100 with
hard hat and welding filter 100V.
07-0014-00NR
Hard hat adapter for Speedglas
welding helmet 100 with hard hat
assembly parts, without hard hat
(not shown).
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Compatibility of Air Delivery Units and Headtops
The 3M™ Speedglas™:HOGLQJ+HOPHW6HULHVIHDWXUHV
tube is an option for more demanding conditions and also
breathing tubes with QRS connection (Quick Release
comes standard with complete systems that include the
Swivel), which enables one-handed connection and release.
3M™ Speedglas™:HOGLQJ+HOPHW037KH6*:
7KH6*:EUHDWKLQJWXEHFRPHVVWDQGDUGZLWKPRVW
breathing tube is standard on the 3M™ $GÀR™ PAPR HE/OV-
3M™ $GÀR™ PAPR HE Systems and 3M™ Speedglas™
AG systems.
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Air Deliver Units
Adapter
P. 51
Breathing Tubes
Breathing Tube (non QRS)
15-0099-10
Headtops*
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9000/FlexView HWR
3M™ Clear Visor
3M™ Adflo™ Powered
Air Purifying Respirator
Breathing Tube (QRS)
SG-30W, SG-40W, SG-50W*
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-Air
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 MP
Breathing Tube
L-122SG
3M™ Speedglas™ Headgear L-Series SG
Breathing Tube (non QRS)
19-0099-63
P. 52
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9000/FlexView HWR
Adapter V-199
3M™ Speedglas™ Fresh-air III
Supplied Air Valves
Breathing Tube (QRS)
SG-30W, SG-40W
* The 3M™ Speedglas™ Breathing Tube SG-50W is required when used with 3M™ Adflo™ PAPR with HE filter and
OV/AG cartridge and 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100-Air or 9100 MP. It is not NIOSH approved with
3M™ Supplied Air Valves V-Series.
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100-Air
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 FX-Air
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9100 MP
3M™ Adflo™
Powered Air Purifying Respirator
06-0500-65
L-122SG
SG-30W
SG-40W
SG-50W*
15-0099-10
L-199SG
SG-15
SG-90
15-0099-06
15-1099-01
15-0099-08N6
15-0299-99x02
15-0299-99x06
15-0299-99x36
15-1099-81
15-0009-99x02
15-0099-99x06
15-0099-99x12
15-1099-07
Breathing tube*
15-0099-05
15-0099-21
15-0099-16
15-0499-99x02
15-0499-99x06
15-0099-08
15-5401-01 / 15-5401-02SG / 25-5401-01
Accessories and consumables
Part No
L-122SG
Description
Breathing tube for L-series
headgear.
L-199SG
High temperature breathing tube
cover.
SG-15
Flame resistant breathing tube
cover (replaces 17-0099-54).
SG-30W
Breathing tube, self-adjusting, with
QRS connection.
SG-40W
Breathing tube, heavy-duty, with
QRS connection.
SG-50W*
Breathing tube, sound-dampening,
with QRS connection.
SG-90
Carry bag, black.
06-0500-65
Protective bag
15-0009-99x02 Spark arrestor, 2/case.
15-0099-05
Airflow indicator
15-0099-06
Leather belt front replacement
15-0099-08
Battery charger
Part No
Description
Part No
15-0099-08N6
15-0099-10
6-station battery charger.
Breathing tube assembly (includes
15-0099-11 and 15-0099-12).
Gasket for non-QRS breathing
tubes (not shown).
Breathing tube rubber o-ring
(not shown).
Belt , leather.
Flow Indicator
Prefilter, 6/case
Prefilter, 12/case
HE particulate filter, 2/case
HE particulate filter, 6/case
HE particulate filter, 36/case
OV/AG cartridge, 2/case
OV/AG cartridge, 6/case
PAPR assembly and filter cover
Battery
15-1099-81
15-5401-01*
15-0099-11
15-0099-12
15-0099-16
15-0099-21
15-0099-99x06
15-0099-99x12
15-0299-99x02
15-0299-99x06
15-0299-99x36
15-0499-99x02
15-0499-99x06
15-1099-01
15-1099-07
Description
PAPR filter cover
Adflo PAPR with breathing tube
assembly (15-0099-10), airflow
indicator, prefilter, spark arrestor,
HE particulate filter, filter cover,
battery, belt and charger
15-5401-02SG* Adflo PAPR with L-122SG
breathing tube, airflow indicator,
prefilter, spark arrestor, filter cover,
HE particulate filter, battery, belt
and charger
25-5401-01*
Adflo PAPR with SG-30W selfadjusting breathing tube, airflow
indicator, prefilter, spark arrestor,
filter cover, HE particulate filter,
battery, belt and charger.
* The 3M™ Speedglas™ Breathing Tube SG-50W is required when used with 3M™ Adflo™ PAPR with HE filter and OV/AG cartridge and 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 9100-Air or 9100 MP.
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3M™ Speedglas™ Fresh-air III
Supplied Air System
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
19-0099-63
SG-30W
Fresh-air III breathing tube V-Series
Breathing tube, self-adjusting, with
QRS connection.
Breathing tube, heavy-duty rubber,
with QRS connection.
Vortex cooling assembly, includes
valve V-150, belt W-2963 and holder
Vortex muffler kit (replacement muffler
for the cooling assembly V-100).
Vortex spare parts kit (for the cooling
assembly V-100).
V-150
V-199
Vortex cooling valve
Adapter (for use with SG-30W and
SG-40W breathing tubes), 4/case.
Vortemp heating assembly, includes
valve V-250, belt W-2963 and holder.
Vortemp muffler kit (replacement
muffler for the heating assembly
V-200).
Vortemp spare parts kit (for the
heating assembly V-200).
Vortemp heating valve
W-2929-25
W-2929-50
W-2929-100
W-2963
W-9435-25
W-9435-50
W-9435-100
High pressure air supply hose, 25 ft.
High pressure air supply hose, 50 ft.
High pressure air supply hose, 100 ft.
Waist belt, cotton
High pressure air supply hose, 25 ft.
High pressure air supply hose, 25 ft.
High pressure air supply hose, 25 ft.
SG-40W
V-100
V-111
V-115
V-200
V-211
V-215
V-250
W-2963
V-250
V-150
V-100
V-200
W-2929-25
W-2929-50
W-2929-100
V-199
SG-30W
SG-40W
19-0099-63
W-9435-25
W-9435-50
W-9435-100
3M™ Speedglas™ Fresh-air II
Supplied Air System
Consumables (not shown)
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Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
18-0099-16
18-0099-40
18-0099-41
18-0099-42
Comfort Belt
Air supply hose with couplings, 25 ft.
Air supply hose with couplings, 50 ft.
Air supply hose with couplings, 100 ft.
18-0099-43
Coil air supply hose with couplings,
25 ft.
Coil air supply hose with couplings,
50 ft.
18-0099-45
Coil air supply hose with couplings,
100 ft.
Fresh-air II valve shield
Fresh-air II breathing tube
18-0099-44
18-0099-55
18-0099-63
3M™ Compressed Air Filter and
Regulator Panels
W-2806
256-02-00 / 256-02-01
W-1596
W-2921
W-3096
W-2925
W-3099
W-2924
W-2915M
W-3079
W-2921
W-2119
W-3094M
W-2811-10
W-1449-2
W-3098
W-2923
W-2916
W-2920
Accessories and consumables
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
256-02-00
Portable compressed air filter and
regulator panel, 50 cfm,
4 outlets, with carbon monoxide
filtration and monitor
Portable compressed air and
regulator panel, 100 cfm,
8 outlets, with carbon monoxide
monitor
Adapter, 110-120 Volts AC (not
shown)
Calibration kit, large (not shown)
Calibration kit, small (not shown)
Remote alarm and strobe audible
(not shown)
Socket, 3/8 in MPT, 1/4 in body
size, industrial interchange,
2/case
W-1596
W-2119
W-2806
Pressure relief valve
Socket dust cap
Compressed air filter and regulator
panel
CO monitor with retrofit kit (not
shown)
Filter cartridge, 10/case
Aluminum filter bowl
Wing nut
Nut base
Bowl gasket
Cartridge washer
Air deflector
Air deflector gasket
Coalescing filter assembly
High efficiency filter element for
W-3012 (not shown), 4/case.
W-3079
W-3094M
W-3095
Manifold
Filter housing assembly
Filter housing base (part of
W-3094M)
Air pressure regulator
Drain valve
Air pressure gauge
Socket, 3/8 in MPT, 1/4 in body
size, schrader, 2/case (not shown)
Socket, hansen S23 (3/8 in
Male NPT), 2/case (not shown)
256-02-01
529-04-50
529-04-48
529-04-49
529-05-20
W-1449-2
W-2808
W-2811-10
W-2915M
W-2916
W-2920
W-2921
W-2923
W-2924
W-2925
W-3012
W-3013-4
W-3096
W-3098
W-3099
W-3182-2
W-3281-2
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet
9100-Air for Respiratory Protection
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
25-1101-00SW
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
without welding filter with Adflo PAPR
and HE filter.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100V and Adflo
PAPR with HE filter.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100X and Adflo
PAPR with HE filter.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100XX and Adflo
PAPR with HE filter.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
without welding filter, with Adflo
PAPR, HE filter and OV/AG cartridge.
25-3301-10SW
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100V and Adflo
PAPR with HE filter and OV/AG
cartridge.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100X and Adflo
PAPR with HE filter and OV/AG
cartridge.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100XX and
Adflo PAPR with HE filter and OV/AG
cartridge.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100V and
Fresh-air III SAR, V-100 valve.
25-5702-20SW
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100X and
Fresh-air III SAR, V-100 valve.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100XX and
Fresh-air III SAR, V-100 valve.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100V and
Fresh-air III SAR, V-200 valve.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100X and
Fresh-air III SAR, V-200 valve.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
with welding filter 9100XX and
Fresh-air III SAR, V-200 valve.
25-1101-10SW
25-1101-20SW
25-1101-30SW
25-3301-00SW
25-3301-20SW
25-3301-30SW
25-5702-10SW
25-5702-30SW
25-5802-10SW
25-5802-20SW
25-5802-30SW
06-0400-52(B)
06-0500-51
06-0400-54(B)
06-0300-55(B)
06-0200-54(B)
25-0400-55
06-0400-53(B)
25-0099-35SW
06-0200-51(B)
06-0200-52(B)
06-0200-53(B)
25-0099-28
06-0400-51(B)
06-0000-10
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
04-0320-00
06-0400-55(B)
06-0500-53
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0200-10(B)
06-0200-20(B)
06-0200-30(B)
06-0700-83
06-0500-52
Accessories and consumables
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
04-0320-00
06-0000-10
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
06-0200-10
06-0200-10-B
06-0200-20
06-0200-20-B
06-0200-30
06-0200-30-B
06-0200-51
Battery, 2/case.
Speedglas Welding Filter 9100V.
Speedglas Welding Filter 9100X.
Speedglas Welding Filter 9100XX.
Inside protection plate 9100V, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-10, 25/case
Inside protection plate 9100X, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-20, 25/case
Inside protection plate 9100XX, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-30, 25/case
Outside protection plate standard,
10/case
Part no 06-0200-51, 50/case
Outside protection plate scratch resistant,
10/case
06-0200-52-B
06-0200-53
Part no 06-0200-52, 50/case
Outside protection plate high
temperature,10/case
Part no 06-0200-53, 50/case
Comfort sweatband, 3/case
Comfort sweatband, 12/case
Silver front panel.
Part no 06-0300-55, 5/case.
Headband incl assembled parts.
Part no 06-0400-51, 5/case
Pivot mechanism headband, left and right.
Part no 06-0400-52, 5/case
Headband front part.
Part no 06-0400-53, 5/case
Headband back part.
06-0400-54-B
06-0400-55
06-0400-55-B
06-0500-51
06-0500-52
06-0500-53
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0700-83
25-0099-28
25-0099-35SW
Part no 06-0400-54, 5/case
Battery holder 9100, 2/case
Part no 06-0400-55, 10/case
Extended coverage, crown.
Extended coverage, ear and neck.
SideWindow cover plates, 2/case
Magnification plate 1.5x.
Magnification plate 2.0x.
Magnification plate 2.5x.
Magnification plate 3.0x.
Full hood, black/grey
Face seal
9100-Air welding helmet, without welding
filter.
Air duct tube
06-0200-51-B
06-0200-52
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06-0200-53-B
06-0200-54
06-0200-54-B
06-0300-55
06-0300-55-B
06-0400-51
06-0400-51-B
06-0400-52
06-0400-52-B
06-0400-53
06-0400-53-B
06-0400-54
25-0400-55
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100 MP
Part No
27-1101-00SW
27-1101-10SW
27-1101-20SW
27-1101-30SW
Description
Part No
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
without welding filter, with Adflo PAPR
and HE filter.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
with welding filter 9100V and Adflo
PAPR with HE filter.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
with welding filter 9100X and Adflo
PAPR with HE filter.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
with welding filter 9100XX and Adflo
PAPR with HE filter.
Description
27-5702-00SWSR
27-5702-10SW
27-5702-20SW
27-5702-30SW
Part No
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
without welding filter, with Fresh-air
III SAR, V-100SR valve and Schrader
fitting.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
with welding filter 9100V and Fresh-air III
SAR, V-100 valve.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
with welding filter 9100X and Fresh-air III
SAR, V-100 valve.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
with welding filter 9100XX and Fresh-air
III SAR, V-100 valve.
Description
27-5902-10SW
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
with welding filter 9100V and Fresh-air III
SAR, V-300 valve.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
with welding filter 9100X and Fresh-air III
SAR, V-300 valve.
Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP
with welding filter 9100XX and Fresh-air
III SAR, V-300 valve.
27-5902-20SW
27-5902-30SW
27-0099-68
M-957
06-0700-73
27-0099-63
06-0700-63
06-0400-54(B)
27-0099-28
27-0099-52
06-0700-64
06-0700-51
06-0700-54
27-0099-35SW
06-0000-10
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
06-0200-51(B)
06-0200-52(B)
06-0200-53(B)
27-0099-72
27-0099-53
04-0320-00
06-0400-55(B)
M-985
27-0099-85
06-0200-10(B)
06-0200-20(B)
06-0200-30(B)
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
27-0099-84
Accessories and consumables
Part No
Description
Part No
M-350
Versaflo replacement head suspension
(not shown above)
Versaflo forehead comfort pad/sweat pad,
10/case.
3M™ Peltor™ Earmuff Assembly Kit
Battery, 2/case.
Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
Inside protection plate 9100V, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-10 (bulk), 25/case
Inside protection plate 9100X, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-20 (bulk), 25/case
Inside protection plate 9100XX, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-30 (bulk), 25/case
Outside protection plate standard,
10/case
Part no 06-0200-51 (bulk), 50/case
Outside protection plate scratch resistant,
10/case
06-0200-52-B Part no 06-0200-52 (bulk), 50/case
06-0200-53
Outside protection plate high
temperature,10/case
06-0200-53-B Part no 06-0200-53 (bulk), 50/case
06-0202-10
Starter kit 9100V (for 9100 MP), incl
5 outside protection plates, 2 inside
protection plates, and 1 sweat pad
06-0202-20
Starter kit 9100X (for 9100 MP), incl
5 outside protection plates, 2 inside
protection plates, and 1 sweat pad
06-0202-30
Starter kit 9100XX (for 9100 MP), incl
5 outside protection plates, 2 inside
protection plates, and 1 sweat pad
06-0400-54
Headband back part.
06-0400-54-B Part no 06-0400-54 (bulk), 5/case
06-0400-55
Battery holder 9100, 2/case
06-0400-55-B Part no 06-0400-55 (bulk), 10/case.
06-0700-51
Wide-view clear grinding visor, standard,
5/case.
M-957
M-985
04-0320-00
06-0000-10
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
06-0200-10
06-0200-10-B
06-0200-20
06-0200-20-B
06-0200-30
06-0200-30-B
06-0200-51
06-0200-51-B
06-0200-52
Description
Part No
Description
06-0700-54
Wide-view clear grinding visor, anti-fog, 5/
case.
Front panel, chrome.
06-0700-63
06-0700-64
Wide-view clear grinding visor frame,
black
06-0700-73
SideWindow cover plates, 2/case.
27-0099-28
Face seal
27-0099-35SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 MP with
hard hat, without welding filter.
27-0099-52
Pivot kit
27-0099-53
Flip-up mechanism
27-0099-63
Inner shield
27-0099-68
Outer shield
27-0099-72
Hard hat incl pivot kit
27-0099-84
Radiant heat hard hat cover for
9100 MP helmet.
27-0099-85
Throat and neck coverage.
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3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet
9100 FX-Air for Respiratory Protection
Part No
Description
Part No
26-1101-00SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
without welding filter and Adflo PAPR with
HE filter.
26-1101-10SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100V and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter.
26-1101-20SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100X and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter.
26-1101-30SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100XX and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter.
26-3301-00SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air,
without welding filter, with Adflo PAPR, HE
filter and OV/AG cartridge.
Description
Part No
26-3301-10SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100V and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter and OV/AG cartridge
26-3301-20SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100X and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter and OV/AG cartridge
26-3301-30SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100XX and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter and OV/AG cartridge
26-5702-10SW Speedglaswelding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100V and Fresh-air III
SAR, V-100 valve
26-5702-20SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100X and Fresh-air III
SAR, V-100 valve
Description
26-5702-30SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100XX and Fresh-air III
SAR, V-100 valve
26-5802-10SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100V and Fresh-air III
SAR, V-200 valve
26-5802-20SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100X and Fresh-air III
SAR, V-200 valve
26-5802-30SW Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
with welding filter 9100XX and Fresh-air III
SAR, V-200 valve
06-0400-52(B)
06-0200-54(B)
06-0400-54(B)
06-0700-82
26-0099-28
06-0400-51
06-0400-53(B)
06-0700-73
26-0400-55
06-0700-85
06-0700-63
06-0700-64
06-0700-51
06-0700-54
26-0099-35SW
04-0320-00
06-0200-51(B)
06-0200-52(B)
06-0200-53(B)
06-0400-55(B)
06-0000-10
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
06-0200-10(B)
06-0200-20(B)
06-0200-30(B)
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0500-52
06-0700-83
Accessories and consumables
Part No
Description
04-0320-00
06-0000-10
06-0000-20
06-0000-30
06-0200-10
06-0200-10-B
06-0200-20
06-0200-20-B
06-0200-30
Battery, 2/case.
Speedglas welding filter 9100V.
Speedglas welding filter 9100X.
Speedglas welding filter 9100XX.
Inside protection plate 9100V, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-10 (bulk), 25/case
Inside protection plate 9100X, 5/case
Part no 06-0200-20 (bulk), 25/case
Inside protection plate 9100XX,
5/case
Part no 06-0200-30 (bulk), 25/case
Outside protection plate standard,
10/case
Part no 06-0200-51 (bulk), 50/case
Outside protection plate scratch
resistant, 10/case
Part no 06-0200-52 (bulk), 50/case
Outside protection plate high
06-0200-30-B
06-0200-51
06-0200-51-B
06-0200-52
06-0200-52-B
06-0200-53
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Part No
06-0200-53-B
06-0200-54
06-0200-54-B
06-0400-51
06-0400-51-B
06-0400-52
06-0400-52-B
06-0400-53
06-0400-53-B
06-0400-54
06-0400-54-B
06-0400-55
06-0400-55-B
06-0500-52
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
Description
Part No
Description
temperature,10/case
Part no 06-0200-53 (bulk), 50/case
Comfort sweatband, 3/case
Comfort sweatband (bulk), 12/case
Headband incl assembled parts.
Part no 06-0400-51 (bulk), 5/case
Pivot mechanism headband, left and
right.
Part no 06-0400-52 (bulk), 5/case
Headband front part.
Part no 06-0400-53 (bulk), 5/case
Headband back part.
Part no 06-0400-54 (bulk), 5/case
Battery holder 9100, 2/case
Part no 06-0400-55 (bulk), 10/case.
Extended coverage, ear and neck.
Magnification plate 1.5x.
Magnification plate 2.0x.
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0700-51
Magnification plate 2.5x.
Magnification plate 3.0x.
Wide-view clear grinding visor,
standard, 5/case.
Wide-view clear grinding visor,
anti-fog, 5/case.
Front panel, chrome.
Wide-view clear grinding visor frame,
black
SideWindow cover plates, 2/case
Extended head cover, head and neck.
Full hood, black/grey.
Air diffuser
Face seal
Welding helmet 9100 FX-Air without
welding filter, with headband.
Duct assembly.
06-0700-54
06-0700-63
06-0700-64
06-0700-73
06-0700-82
06-0700-83
06-0700-85
26-0099-28
26-0099-35SW
26-0400-55
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmet 9000 HWR
and FlexView HWR for Respiratory Protection
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
02-0024-01
02-0690-00
04-0000-15
Sweatband, leather.
Throat protection black/grey.
Speedglas welding filter 9002D,
shade 10-11.
Speedglas welding filter 9002X,
variable shade 9-13.
Speedglas welding filter 9002V,
variable shade 9-13.
Headband pivot “S” stop, right,
10/case
Assembly parts for headband.
FlexView pivot “S” stop, left,
10/case
Silver front panel.
Outside protection plate, standard,
10/case.
Outside protection plate, scratch
resistant, 10/case.
Outside protection plate, high
temperature, 10/case.
Inside protection plate, for filters
9002X/9000XF, 5/case.
Inside protection plate, +1 shade,
for filters 9002X/9000XF, 5/case.
04-0280-02
Inside protection plate, +2 shade,
for filters 9002X/9000XF, 5/case.
Inside protection plate for filters
9002D/9002V, 5/case.
Inside protection plate, +1 shade,
for filters 9002D/9002V, 5/case.
Inside protection plate, +2 shade,
for filters 9002D/9002V, 5/case.
Battery, 2/case.
FlexView welding filter holder.
FlexView middle helmet panel,
black.
Battery holder blue, 2/case.
FlexView replacement kit.
Magnification plate 1.5x.
Magnification plate 2.0x.
Magnification plate 2.5x.
Magnification plate 3.0x.
Full hood black/grey.
Sweatband, fleece, 2/case.
Face seal 9000 HWR
Headband assembly 9000 HWR,
with air duct
14-0099-32
Inner shell 9000 HWR, without
airduct.
Inner shell 9000 HWR, with side
windows, without airduct.
Speedglas welding helmet 9000
HWR, without welding filter.
Speedglas welding helmet 9000
HWR, with side windows, without
welding filter.
FlexView HWR faceseal
Headband assembly FlexView HWR,
with air duct.
FlexView HWR inner shell
FlexView HWR inner shell, with side
windows
Speedglas welding helmet FlexView
HWR, without welding filter.
Speedglas welding helmet FlexView
HWR, with side windows, without
welding filter.
Head cover, FR cotton.
Throat and side protector, leather.
04-0000-21
04-0000-31
04-0026-00
04-0067-00
04-0126-00
04-0212-02
04-0270-01
04-0270-03
04-0270-04
04-0280-00
04-0280-01
04-0290-00
04-0290-01
04-0290-02
04-0320-00
04-0360-00
04-0361-00
04-0380-00
04-0460-00
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
06-0700-83
07-0024-02
14-0099-28
14-0099-29
14-0099-32SW*
14-0099-35
14-0099-35SW*
15-1699-28
15-1699-29
15-1699-32
15-1699-32SW
15-1699-35
15-1699-35SW
16-0099-30
18-0099-68
* Please use Part No 14-0099-SW or 15-1699-32SW to replace the side windows.
04-0026-00
04-0126-00
14-0099-35
14-0099-35SW
15-1699-35
15-1699-35SW
04-0361-00
04-0360-00
04-0260-00
04-0216-00
15-1699-32
15-1699-32SW
04-0460-00
02-0024-01
07-0024-022
04-0212-02
14-0099-32
14-0099-32SW
18-0099-68
04-0067-00
14-0099-28
15-1699-28
16-0099-30
14-0099-29
15-1699-29
04-0320-00
04-0380-00
04-0000-15
04-0000-31
04-0000-21
04-0270-01
04-0270-03
04-0270-04
04-0280-00
04-0280-01
04-0280-02
04-0290-00
04-0290-01
04-0290-02
06-0500-56
06-0500-57
06-0500-58
06-0500-59
02-0690-00
06-0700-83
57
3M™ Headgear L-Series with 3M™ Adflo™
Powered Air Purifying Respirator
Part No
Description
Part No
16-0705-SGV
Hard Hat L-705SG wideview
faceshield with Speedglas welding
filter 9100V and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter.
Hard Hat L-705SG wideview
faceshield with Speedglas welding
filter 9100X and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter.
16-0705-SGXX Hard Hat L-705SG wideview
faceshield with Speedglas welding
filter 9100XX and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter.
16-0905-SGV Helmet L-905SG wideview
faceshield with Speedglas welding
filter 9100V and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter.
16-0705-SGX
Description
Part No
Description
16-0905-SGX
Helmet L-905SG wideview
faceshield with Speedglas welding
filter 9100X and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter.
16-0905-SGXX Helmet L-905SG wideview
faceshield with Speedglas welding
filter 9100XX and Adflo PAPR
with HE filter.
L-199SG
L-705SG
L-705SG-F
L-122SG
L-225-2
L-227
L-228-2
L-226-2
L-154SG
L-223-2
L-153SG
L-901SG
L-905SG
L-905SG-F
Accessories and consumables
Part No
Description
Part No
Description
Part No
L-122SG
L-153SG
L-154SG
L-199SG
Breathing tube
Welding helmet kit
Silver front panel
Breathing tube cover, high
temperature.
Outer shroud standard.
Outer shroud, flame retardant.
Inner shroud
Outer shroud, flame retardant,
leather
L-228-2
L-705SG
Outer shroud, nylon
Harhat with welding helmet and
wideview faceshield, without
welding filter.
Harhat with welding helmet and
wideview faceshield
Helmet with wideview faceshield
Helmet with welding helmet and
wideview faceshield, without
welding filter.
L-905SG-F
L-223-2
L-225-2
L-226-2
L-227
58
L-705SG-F
L-901SG
L-905SG
Description
Helmet with welding helmet and
wideview faceshield
15-0099-20
Adflo flow indicator rubber adapter
for L-SG type systems (not shown).
15-0099-21
Adflo flow indicator for L-SG type
systems (not shown).
15-5401-02SG Adflo PAPR assembly (not shown)
3M™ Faceshield ClearVisor with 3M™
Adflo™ Powered Air Purifying Respirator
16-0099-30
16-0300-99x05
16-0099-27
16-0099-29
07-0024-02
16-0099-32
16-0099-35
16-0099-28
Part No
Description
Part No
07-0024-02
16-0099-27
16-0099-28
16-0099-29
Sweatband, fleece, 2/case
Brow guard
Face seal
Faceseal and headband assembly
with air duct.
Headcover, FR cotton.
16-0099-32
16-0099-30
Description
Clear window with fasteners and
face seal, without brow guard.
16-0099-35
ClearVisor polycarbonate
16-0300-99x05 Clear window strip off shielding film,
5/case
Part No
Description
16-1101-40
ClearVisor faceshield assembly with
Adflo PAPR and HE particulate filter.
ClearVisor faceshield assembly with
Adflo PAPR, HE particulate filter and
AV/AG cartridge
16-3301-40
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Care and Maintenance
Every day welding sparks, heat, fumes, and normal wear-and-tear grind away
at your protection equipment. Therefore, we designed all 3M™ Speedglas™
Personal Protective Equipment with ease of maintenance in mind. Replacement
parts can be installed by hand, without tools. For maximum safety and comfort,
inspect your equipment daily and make it a regular habit to check and change the
following items. Please consult the user instructions for further details.
System
Component
Typically Replaced
Notes
Welding Filters
Outside 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
Inside Protection Plate
Once a month
Regularly clean with a soft cloth and replace if any pits or scratches occur.
Welding Helmets
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.
PAPR
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.
PAPR
Particle Filter
At least every month
Replace when particle fillter indicator becomes red or if filter is damaged.
Otherwise, replace whenever the battery operating time becomes too short, or
when ”fully loaded” filter triggers low airflow alarm.
PAPR
OV/AG Cartridge
At least every 3 or 4 weeks
Immediately replace the cartridge according to the established cartridge change
out schedule or any time you can smell odors while wearing the PAPR.
PAPRs
Spark arrestor
As needed
Replace if deformed and no longer fitting well.
Respirators
Breathing Tube
As needed
If damaged, deformed or leaking any air and if holes, cuts, or tears are noticed.
To extend the life of breathing tube, use a tube cover or a heavy-duty rubber
breathing tube.
Welding Helmets
with PAPRs
Face Seal
At least every 2 months
Replace earlier in really dirty environments or whenever the seal becomes
unhygienic, also if damaged (holes, cuts, tears).
Important information. 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.
60
Technical Data Respiratory Protection
Technical Specifications of
3M™ Air Delivery Units for Welding Safety
Technical Specifications
3M™ Adflo™
Powered Air Purifying
fying Respirator
3M™ Speedglas™ Fresh-air
h-air III
Supplied Air Regulator
Filters / Cartridges
HE particle filter
OV/AG cartridge
N/A
Airflow
7 CFM (200 l/min)
6-15 CFM
Air Pressure
Air Quality
N/A
N/A
Varies with hose length. See product user instructions.
V-100/200: 62–91 psig
V-300: 30–63 psig
Weight (approx.)
PAPR (with belt and HE filter) /
Valve (without pad or belt)
2.6 lbs
V-100: 12.3 oz
V-200: 14.8 oz
V-300: 9.5 oz
Battery
Charging time
Operating hours*
NiMH
Less than 4 hours
5-6 hours (OV/AG cartridge + HE filter)
8-10 hours (HE filter)
N/A
Belt
Optional extension
Leather, 30-45 in.
+26 in.
Cotton, up to 43 in.
Temperature range
Operation
Storage
23°F to 131°F
-4°F to 131°F
23°F to 131°F
-4°F to 131°F
* Run times are with new, fully-charged batteries and new filters /cartridges.
61
Technical Data 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets and Welding Filters
Best**
Better**
Good**
Not Recommended**
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet 9100 MP
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Filter Options
9100XX
Filter
9100X
Filter
9100V
Filter
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Helmets
9100 FX and 9100 FX-Air
9100 and 9100-Air
9100XX
Filter
9100X
Filter
9100V
Filter
9100XX
Filter
9100X
Filter
9100V
Filter
N/A
N/A
N/A
MMAW (Electrode)
MIG/MAG
TIG (>20A)
TIG (1A-20A)
Plasma (welding and cutting)
Risk for hidden arc
Tack welding
Grinding (welding filter)
Grinding (clear visor)
Hard hat options
Classification (per EN 379)*
Viewing area (welding filter)
Battery lifetime
Solar cell
Yes
No
Yes (non-air version)
1/1/1/2
1/1/1/2
1/1/1/2
2.8 x 4.2 in.
(72 x 107 mm)
2.1 x 4.2 in.
(54 x 107 mm)
1.8 x 3.7 in.
(45 x 93 mm)
2.8 x 4.2 in.
(72 x 107 mm)
2.1 x 4.2 in.
(54 x 107 mm)
1.8 x 3.7 in.
(45 x 93 mm)
2.8 x 4.2 in.
(72 x 107 mm)
2.1 x 4.2 in.
(54 x 107 mm)
1.8 x 3.7 in.
(45 x 93 mm)
2 000 hours
2 500 hours
2 800 hours
2 000 hours
2 500 hours
2 800 hours
2 000 hours
2 500 hours
2 800 hours
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Dark state
Shade 5, 8, 9-13
Shade 5, 8, 9-13
Shade 5, 8, 9-13
Light state
Shade 3
Shade 3
Shade 3
Shade 13 (permanent)
Shade 13 (permanent)
Shade 13 (permanent)
No
No
No
0.1 ms (+23° C)
0.1 ms (+23° C)
0.1 ms (+23° C)
40-1 300 ms
40-1 300 ms
40-1 300 ms
Side windows option
Yes
Yes
Yes
Exhaust vents
N/A
Yes (non-air version)
Yes (non-air version)
3
3
3
ANSI Z87.1 - 2010
ANSI Z89.1-2009 -Type 1, Class G
ANSI Z87.1 - 2010
N/A
ANSI Z87.1 - 2010
N/A
APF 25
APF 25
with Speedglas welding helmet 9100 FX-Air
APF 25
APF 25
UV/IR Protection
Auto ON
Switching time, light -dark
Delay (switching time, dark-light)
Number of sensors (arc detection)
Approvals Head, Eye and Face protection
Welding helmet and filter, protection plates
Hard Hat
Approval Respiratory Protection
Adflo powered air purifying respirator
Fresh-air III supplied air valve
with Speedglas welding helmet 9100-Air
APF 25
APF 25
* Auto-darkening welding filters have a four-part classification: optical class / diffusion of light / variation on luminous transmittance / angle dependence. Classifications range from 1 to 3, with 1 being the best.
62 ** The ratings (good - better - best) 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
3M™ Headgear
L-705SG and L-905SG
9100XX
Filter
9100X
Filter
3M™ Speedglas™
Welding Helmet SL
9100V
Filter
SL Filter
3M™ Speedglas™Welding Helmet
9000 Series
9002X
Filter
9002V
Filter
9002D
Filter
N/A
Speedglas 9000 FlexView
Yes
No
Yes
1/1/1/2
1/1/1/2
1/1/2/2
2.13 x 4.09 in.
(54 x 104 mm)
2.8 x 4.2 in.
(72 x 107 mm)
2.1 x 4.2 in.
(54 x 107 mm)
1.8 x 3.7 in.
(45 x 93 mm)
1.68 x 3.57 in.
(43 x 91 mm)
2 000 hours
2 500 hours
2 800 hours
1 500 hours
No
Yes
Yes
No
3M™ Speedglas™ Welding
Helmet 100 Series
100V
Filter
100S
Filters
N/A
N/A
Yes
1/1/1/2
1/2/2/3
1/2/2/2
1.68 x 3.57 in.
(43 x 91 mm)
1.73 x 3.66 in. (44 x 93 mm)
3 000 hours
2 000 hours
1 500 hours
Yes
No
No
Shade 5, 8, 9-13
Shade 8-12
Shade 3
Shade 3
Shade 3
Shade 3
Shade 13 (permanent)
Shade 12 (permanent)
Shade 13 (permanent)
Shade 12 (permanent)
No
Yes
No
No
0.1 ms (+23° C)
0.1 ms (+23° C)
0.1 ms (+23° C)
0.4 ms (+23°)
40-1 300 ms
60-250 ms
60-500 ms
100-200 ms
No
No
Yes
No
N/A
No
Yes (non-air version)
No
3
2
2
2
ANSI Z87.1 - 2003
ANSI Z89.1-2003 Type II - Class G
ANSI Z87.1 - 2003
N/A
ANSI Z87.1 - 2003
ANSI Z89.1-2009, Type 1, Class E (Speedglas ProTop)
ANSI Z87.1 - 2003
N/A
N/A
with Speedglas welding helmet 9000 HWR
APF 25
APF 25
N/A
APF 25
APF 1000 (L-905 SG with SA or GVP air sources; Adflo = APF 25))
using these selected Speedglas welding helmet series.
Shade 9-13
Shade 10/11
Shade 8-12
Shade 10 or 11
0.1 ms (+23° C)
100-250 ms
100 or 200 ms
63
Product Index
Part No
3M ID No
Page
Part No
3M ID No
Page
H-700BP
70-0716-1420-3
49
L-122SG
70-0715-1652-3
51, 58
W-2929-100
78-8069-8630-9
52
W-2963
78-8025-5233-7
52
L-153SG
70-0715-1653-1
58
W-3012
78-8029-4554-9
53
L-154SG
70-0715-1654-9
58
W-3013-4
78-8029-4555-6
53
L-199SG
70-0715-1655-6
51
W-3079
78-8069-8765-3
53
L-223-2
70-0710-9278-0
58
W-3094M
70-0714-0192-4
53
L-225-2
70-0710-9279-8
58
W-3095
78-8008-6160-7
53
L-226-2
70-0710-9280-6
58
W-3096
70-0707-5708-6
53
L-227
70-0710-9281-4
58
W-3098
78-8008-6166-4
53
L-228-2
70-0710-9282-2
58
W-3099
70-0707-5709-4
53
L-705SG
70-0715-1656-4
58
W-3182-2
78-8052-3215-0
53
L-705SG-F
70-0715-3435-1
58
W-3281-2
70-0704-0568-6
53
L-901SG
70-0715-1657-2
58
W-9435-25
78-8007-5637-7
52
L-905SG
70-0715-1658-0
58
W-9435-50
78-8007-5633-6
52
L-905SG-F
70-0715-3436-9
58
W-9435-100
78-8008-5757-1
52
M-350
70-0715-6202-2
55
02-0024-00
70-0712-7269-7
46-48
M-985
70-0715-6228-7
55
02-0024-01
70-0712-7270-5
46-48, 57
SG-15
70-0716-0797-5
51
02-0690-00
70-0712-7272-1
46-48, 57
SG-30W
70-0716-0685-2
51-52
04-0000-15
70-0712-8764-6
48, 57
SG-40W
70-0716-0686-0
51-52
04-0000-21
70-0712-7246-5
48, 57
SG-50W
70-0716-0815-5
51
04-0000-31
70-0712-7241-6
48, 57
SG-90
70-0716-0798-3
51
04-0012-00
70-0712-7273-9
48
V-100
70-0707-9901-3
52
04-0012-00SW
70-0712-7276-2
48
V-111
70-0707-9903-9
52
04-0012-15
70-0714-0144-5
47
V-115
70-0707-9904-7
52
04-0012-15SW
70-0714-0141-1
47
V-150
70-0707-9907-0
52
04-0015-00SW
70-0712-7464-4
49
V-199
70-0710-4251-2
52
04-0015-15
70-0714-0143-7
49
V-200
70-0707-9909-6
52
04-0015-15SW
70-0714-0145-2
49
V-211
70-0707-9911-2
52
04-0015-21
70-0712-7259-8
49
V-215
70-0707-9912-0
52
04-0015-21SW
70-0712-7260-6
49
V-250
70-0707-9914-6
52
04-0015-31
70-0712-7261-4
49
W-1449-2
78-8052-3222-6
53
04-0015-31SW
70-0712-7262-2
49
W-1596
78-8007-5562-7
53
04-0016-00
70-0712-7465-1
48
W-2119
78-8008-6062-5
53
04-0016-00SW
70-0712-7466-9
48
W-2806
78-8069-8764-6
53
04-0016-15
70-0714-0149-4
47
W-2808
70-0708-8993-9
53
04-0016-15SW
70-0714-0148-6
47
W-2811-10
78-8008-6159-9
53
04-0022-00
70-0712-7278-8
48
W-2915M
70-0714-0191-6
53
04-0022-00SW
70-0712-7279-6
48
W-2916
12-7994-6298-6
53
04-0023-02
70-0716-2145-5
49
W-2920
78-8008-6163-1
53
04-0025-00
70-0712-7534-4
49
W-2921
78-8008-6216-7
53
04-0025-00SW
70-0712-7535-1
49
W-2923
78-8008-6232-4
53
04-0026-00
70-0712-7280-4
48, 57
W-2924
78-8069-8755-4
53
04-0067-00
70-0715-6454-9
57
W-2925
78-8014-3184-8
53
04-0015-00
70-0712-7492-5
49
W-2929-25
78-8069-8628-3
52
04-0112-00
70-0712-7281-2
48
W-2929-50
78-8069-8629-1
52
04-0112-00SW
70-0712-7282-0
48
64
Product Index
Part No
3M ID No
04-0114-00
70-0712-7283-8
04-0116-00
70-0712-7467-7
04-0116-00SW
04-0126-00
Page
Part No
3M ID No
Page
48
06-0000-30
70-0715-1011-2
43-44, 54-56
48
06-0014-00NR
70-0715-6456-4
49
70-0712-7468-5
48
06-0100-10
70-0715-1012-0
43
70-0712-7469-3
48, 57
06-0100-10HASW
70-0715-6461-4
49
04-0212-02
70-0712-7284-6
48, 57
06-0100-10HHSW
70-0715-6458-0
49
04-0216-00
70-0712-7470-1
48
06-0100-10SW
70-0715-1013-8
43
04-0260-00
70-0712-7471-9
48
06-0100-20
70-0715-1014-6
43
04-0270-01
70-0715-6455-6
48, 57
06-0100-20HASW
70-0715-6459-8
49
04-0270-03
70-0712-7286-1
48, 57
06-0100-20HHSW
70-0715-6460-6
49
04-0270-04
70-0712-7287-9
48, 57
06-0100-20SW
70-0715-1015-3
43
04-0280-00
70-0712-7288-7
48, 57
06-0100-30
70-0715-1045-0
43
04-0280-01
70-0712-7289-5
48, 57
06-0100-30HASW
70-0715-6461-4
49
04-0280-02
70-0712-7290-3
48, 57
06-0100-30HHSW
70-0715-6462-2
49
04-0290-00
70-0712-7291-1
46-48, 57
06-0100-30SW
70-0715-1046-8
43
04-0290-01
70-0712-7292-9
46, 48, 57
06-0200-10
70-0715-1009-6
43-44, 54-56
04-0290-02
70-0712-7293-7
46, 48, 57
06-0200-10-B
70-0715-1050-0
43-44, 54-56
04-0315-00
70-0712-7537-7
49
06-0200-20
70-0715-1016-1
43-44, 54-56
04-0320-00
70-0712-7294-5
43-44, 46-48, 54, 56-57
06-0200-20-B
70-0715-1074-0
43-44, 54-56
04-0360-00
70-0712-7472-7
48, 57
06-0200-30
70-0715-1017-9
43-44, 54-56
04-0361-00
70-0712-7473-5
48, 57
06-0200-30-B
70-0715-1075-7
43-44, 54-56
04-0380-00
70-0712-7295-2
48, 57
06-0200-51
70-0715-1018-7
43-44, 54-56
04-0390-00
70-0712-7296-0
48
06-0200-51-B
70-0715-1051-8
43-44, 54-56
04-0460-00
70-0712-7474-3
48, 57
06-0200-52
70-0715-1019-5
43-44, 54-56
04-0550-00
70-0714-0373-0
48
06-0200-52-B
70-0715-1052-6
43-44, 54-56
04-0650-00
70-0712-7299-4
48
06-0200-53
70-0715-1020-3
43-44, 54-56
04-0660-00
70-0712-7300-0
48
06-0200-53-B
70-0715-1058-3
43-44, 54-56
04-1516-00
70-0712-7475-0
49
06-0200-54
70-0715-1087-2
43-44, 54-56
04-1516-00SW
70-0712-7476-8
49
06-0200-54-B
70-0715-1054-2
43-44, 54-56
04-1516-15
70-0714-0147-8
49
06-0201-10
70-0715-1021-1
43
04-1516-15SW
70-0714-0146-0
49
06-0201-20
70-0715-1022-9
43
04-1516-21
70-0712-8712-5
49
06-0201-30
70-0715-1023-7
43
04-1516-21SW
70-0712-8713-3
49
06-0300-51
70-0715-1024-5
43
04-1516-31
70-0712-8714-1
49
06-0300-51SW
70-0715-1025-2
43
04-1516-31SW
70-0712-8715-8
49
06-0300-52
70-0715-1026-0
43
05-0000-41
70-0714-0165-0
47
06-0300-52SW
70-0715-1027-8
43
05-0013-00
70-0714-0168-4
47
06-0300-55
70-0716-2189-3
43, 54
05-0013-41
70-0714-0172-6
47
06-0300-55B
70-0716-2190-1
43, 54
05-0250-00
70-0714-0166-8
47
06-0400-51
70-0715-1029-4
43-44, 54-56
05-0250-01
70-0714-0167-6
47
06-0400-51-B
70-0715-1056-7
43-44, 54-56
05-0370-00
70-0714-0171-8
46, 47
06-0400-52
70-0715-1030-2
43-44, 54-56
05-0655-00
70-0716-2269-3
46, 47
06-0400-52-B
70-0715-1057-5
43-44, 54-56
05-0660-00
70-0714-0170-0
46, 47
06-0400-53
70-0715-1031-0
43-44, 54-56
05-0680-00
70-0715-3427-8
47
06-0400-53-B
70-0715-1053-4
43-44, 54-56
05-0695-00
70-0715-3430-2
47
06-0400-54
70-0715-1032-8
43-44, 54-56
06-0000-10
70-0715-1008-8
43-44, 54-56
06-0400-54-B
70-0715-1059-1
43-44, 54-56
06-0000-20
70-0715-1010-4
43-44, 54-56
06-0400-55
70-0715-1033-6
43-44, 54-56
65
Product Index
Part No
3M ID No
06-0400-55-B
70-0715-1060-9
06-0500-51
70-0715-1034-4
06-0500-52
06-0500-53
Page
Part No
3M ID No
Page
43-44, 54-56
07-0012-31BY
70-0716-1775-0
46
43, 54
07-0012-31BZ
70-0715-3373-4
46
70-0715-1035-1
43-44, 54, 56
07-0012-31FC
70-0716-2294-1
46
70-0715-1036-9
43, 54
07-0012-31IH
70-0716-1777-6
46
06-0500-56
70-0715-1039-3
43-44, 46-47, 54, 56-57
07-0012-31RD
70-0716-1779-2
46
06-0500-57
70-0715-1040-1
43-44, 46-47, 54, 56-57
07-0012-31RS
70-0716-1781-8
46
06-0500-58
70-0715-1041-9
43-44, 46-47, 54, 56-57
07-0012-31SE
70-0715-6474-7
46
06-0500-59
70-0715-1042-7
43-44, 46-47, 54, 56-57
07-0012-31SJ
70-0715-6476-2
46
06-0500-65
70-0716-2142-2
51
07-0012-31SR
70-0715-6478-8
46
06-0600-00SW
70-0716-0626-6
44
07-0012-31TB
70-0716-2293-3
46
06-0600-10SW
70-0716-0627-4
44
07-0012-31TW
70-0715-3378-3
46
06-0600-20SW
70-0716-0629-0
44
07-0012-31WP
70-0715-6472-1
46
06-0600-30SW
70-0716-0631-6
44
07-0012-31XT
70-0716-1783-4
46
06-0700-51
70-0716-0633-2
55
07-0014-00NR
70-0715-6465-5
49
06-0700-54
70-0716-0634-0
44, 55, 56
07-0024-02
70-0715-3410-4
46-47, 57, 59
06-0700-63
70-0716-0635-7
44, 55, 56
07-0200-51
70-0715-3382-5
46
06-0700-64
70-0716-0636-5
44, 55, 56
07-0200-52
70-0715-3383-3
46
06-0700-73
70-0716-0637-3
44, 55, 56
07-0200-53
70-0715-3384-1
46
06-0700-81
70-0716-0643-1
44
07-0212-00SV
70-0715-3385-8
46
06-0700-82
70-0716-0644-9
44, 56
07-0212-01BL
70-0715-3386-6
46
06-0700-83
70-0716-0638-1
43-44, 46-48, 54, 56-57
07-0212-03BM
70-0715-3437-7
46
06-0700-85
70-0716-0684-5
56
07-0212-04CH
70-0716-2141-4
46
07-0001-10
70-0716-2259-4
46
07-0680-00
70-0715-3409-6
46
07-0001-11
70-0716-2260-2
46
14-0099-28
70-0712-7538-5
57
07-0001-31
70-0716-2258-6
46
14-0099-29
70-0712-7539-3
57
07-0012-00AH
70-0715-3393-2
46
14-0099-32
70-0712-7540-1
57
07-0012-00AP
70-0715-4454-1
46
14-0099-32SW
70-0712-7541-9
57
07-0012-00BL
70-0715-3388-2
46
14-0099-35
70-0712-7543-5
57
07-0012-00BY
70-0716-1770-1
46
14-0099-35SW
70-0712-7546-8
57
07-0012-00BZ
70-0715-3389-0
46
15-0099-05
70-0712-6840-6
51
07-0012-00IH
70-0716-1771-9
46
15-0099-06
70-0712-6841-4
51
07-0012-00RD
70-0716-1772-7
46
15-0099-08
70-0712-6842-2
51
07-0012-00RS
70-0716-1773-5
46
15-0099-08N6
70-0712-6843-0
51
07-0012-00SE
70-0715-6481-2
46
15-0099-10
70-0712-6844-8
51
07-0012-00SJ
70-0715-6482-0
46
15-0099-11
70-0712-7501-3
51
07-0012-00SR
70-0715-6483-8
46
15-0099-16
70-0712-6845-5
51
07-0012-00TW
70-0715-3394-0
46
15-0099-21
70-0715-1777-8
51
07-0012-00WP
70-0715-6480-4
46
15-0009-99X02
70-0712-6847-1
51
07-0012-00XT
70-0716-1774-3
46
15-0099-99X06
70-0712-6848-9
51
07-0012-10BL
70-0715-3370-0
46
15-0299-99x02
70-0715-4461-6
51
07-0012-11BL
70-0715-3371-8
46
15-0299-99X06
70-0715-4462-4
51
07-0012-31AH
70-0715-3377-5
46
15-0299-99X36
70-0715-4463-2
51
07-0012-31AP
70-0715-3408-8
46
15-0499-99X02
70-0716-0817-1
51
07-0012-31BL
70-0715-3372-6
46
15-0499-99X06
70-0716-0818-9
51
07-0012-31BL-HA
70-0715-6463-0
49
15-1099-01
70-0712-6857-0
51
07-0012-31BL-HH
70-0715-6464-8
49
15-1099-07
70-0712-6846-3
51
66
Product Index
Part No
3M ID No
15-1099-81
70-0712-6858-8
15-1699-35
70-0712-7481-8
Page
Part No
3M ID No
Page
51
25-5802-10SW
70-0716-0763-7
54
57
25-5802-20SW
70-0716-0764-5
54
15-1699-35SW
70-0712-7482-6
57
25-5802-30SW
70-0716-0765-2
54
15-5401-01
70-0712-6859-6
51
256-02-00
70-0708-4407-4
53
15-5401-02SG
70-0715-1659-8
51, 58
256-02-01
70-0708-8426-0
53
16-0099-27
70-0712-7457-8
59
26-0099-28
70-0716-0682-9
56
16-0099-28
70-0712-7458-6
59
26-0099-35SW
70-0716-0681-1
56
16-0099-29
70-0712-7459-4
59
26-0400-55
70-0716-0683-7
56
16-0099-30
70-0712-7460-2
45-48, 57, 59
26-1101-00SW
70-0716-0672-0
56
16-0099-32
70-0712-7461-0
59
26-1101-10SW
70-0716-0666-2
56
16-0099-35
70-0712-7462-8
59
26-1101-20SW
70-0716-0667-0
56
16-0300-99X05
70-0712-7463-6
59
26-1101-30SW
70-0716-0668-8
56
16-0705-SGV
70-0715-1660-6
58
26-3301-00SW
70-0716-0673-8
56
16-0705-SGX
70-0715-1661-4
58
26-3301-10SW
70-0716-0669-6
56
16-0705-SGXX
70-0715-1662-2
58
26-3301-20SW
70-0716-0670-4
56
16-0905-SGV
70-0715-1663-0
58
26-3301-30SW
70-0716-0671-2
56
16-0905-SGX
70-0715-1664-8
58
26-5702-10SW
70-0716-0675-3
56
16-0905-SGXX
70-0715-1665-5
58
26-5702-20SW
70-0716-0676-1
56
16-1101-40
70-0712-6838-0
59
26-5702-30SW
70-0716-0677-9
56
16-3301-40
70-0712-6839-8
59
26-5802-10SW
70-0716-0678-7
56
18-0099-16
70-0712-7123-6
52
26-5802-20SW
70-0716-0679-5
56
18-0099-40
70-0712-7105-3
52
26-5802-30SW
70-0716-0680-3
56
18-0099-41
70-0712-7106-1
52
27-0099-28
70-0716-2157-0
55
18-0099-42
70-0712-7107-9
52
27-0099-35SW
70-0716-2156-2
55
18-0099-43
70-0712-7108-7
52
27-0099-52
70-0716-2158-8
55
18-0099-44
70-0712-7109-5
52
27-0099-53
70-0716-2159-6
55
18-0099-45
70-0712-7110-3
52
27-0099-63
70-0716-2160-4
55
18-0099-55
70-0712-7116-0
52
27-0099-68
70-0716-2161-2
55
18-0099-63
70-0712-7117-8
52
27-0099-72
70-0716-2162-0
55
18-0099-68
70-0712-7301-8
46-48, 57
27-0099-84
70-0716-2163-8
55
19-0099-63
70-0715-3438-5
52
27-0099-85
70-0716-2174-5
55
25-0099-28
70-0716-0767-8
54
27-1101-00SW
70-0716-2149-7
55
25-0099-35SW
70-0716-0766-0
54
27-1101-10SW
70-0716-2146-3
55
25-0400-55
70-0716-0768-6
54
27-1101-20SW
70-0716-2147-1
55
25-1101-00SW
70-0716-0758-7
54
27-1101-30SW
70-0716-2148-9
55
25-1101-10SW
70-0716-0752-0
54
27-5702-00SWSR
70-0716-2173-7
55
25-1101-20SW
70-0716-0753-8
54
27-5702-10SW
70-0716-2150-5
55
25-1101-30SW
70-0716-0754-6
54
27-5702-20SW
70-0716-2151-3
55
25-3301-00SW
70-0716-0759-5
54
27-5702-30SW
70-0716-2152-1
55
25-3301-10SW
70-0716-0755-3
54
27-5902-10SW
70-0716-2153-9
55
25-3301-20SW
70-0716-0756-1
54
27-5902-20SW
70-0716-2154-7
55
25-3301-30SW
70-0716-0757-9
54
27-5902-30SW
70-0716-2155-4
55
25-5401-01
70-0716-0674-6
51
529-04-48
70-0708-8880-8
53
25-5702-10SW
70-0716-0760-3
54
529-04-49
78-8124-0012-1
53
25-5702-20SW
70-0716-0761-1
54
529-04-50
78-8124-0013-9
53
25-5702-30SW
70-0716-0762-9
54
529-05-20
78-8124-0016-2
53
67
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comments, and to see our latest developments, visit www.speedglas.com.
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These products meet the requirements of certain industrial eyewear standards and with some models certain industrial head protection standards. They do not provide complete
head, eye, and face protection from severe impact and penetration and are not a substitute for good safety practices and engineering controls. Misuse may result in serious
injury or death. For proper use, see supervisor refer to the product User Instructions or contact 3M Technical Service.
This product is designed to help protect the wearer‘s eyes and face from harmful
radiation including visible light, ultra-violet radiation (UV), infra-red radiation (IR),
sparks and spatter resulting from welding processes. These products must be used
only by qualified persons who are properly trained in their use and maintenance.
Misuse may result in permanent eye injury and vision loss. Always wear ANSI Z87.1
compliant safety spectacles in addition to any welding helmet. For proper use, see
supervisor, or User Instructions or call 3M OH&ESD Technical Service in U.S.A at
1-800-243-4630 and in Canada at 1-800-267-4414.
These respirators help protect against certain airborne contaminants.
Before use, the wearer must read and understand the User Instructions
provided as a part of the product packaging. A written respiratory
protection program must be implemented meeting all the requirements of OSHA
1910.134 including training, fit testing and medical evaluation. In Canada, CSA
standards Z94.4 requirements must be met and/or requirements of the applicable
jurisdiction, as appropriate. Misuse may result in sickness or death. For proper use,
see User Instructions, supervisor, or call 3M OH&ESD Technical Service in USA at
1-800-243-4630 and in Canada at 1-800-267-4414.
3M, Speedglas, Adflo, E-A-R and The Power to Protect Your World are trademarks of 3M Company, used under license in Canada. Peltor is a trademark of 3M Svenska AB, used
under license in Canada. Fibre-Metal is a registered trademark of Honeywell. V-Gard® and Thermalgard® are registered trademarks of Mine Safety Appliances Co. – MSA.
Jackson Safety is a registered trademark of Kimberly Clark. Bullard is a trademark of E. D. Bullard Company, used under license in Canada. TLV® is a registered trademark of the
American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists.
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For More Information
Occupational Health and
Environmental Safety Division
3M Center, Building 235-2NW-70
St. Paul, MN 55144-1000
3M Canada Company OH&ESD
P.O Box 5757
London, Ontario N6A 4TI
Canada
Technical Assistance in US 1-800-243-4630
Technical Assistance in Canada 1-800-267-4414
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