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Technical Datasheet
3M™ Speedglas™ 9100 MP Welding & Safety Helmet
Description:
 Multi Protection - 5 levels of protection: Eye, Face, Head,
Respiratory and Hearing (optional accessory)
 Easy to operate and maintain.
 3M™ Speedglas™ 9100 Series Welding Filters and
protection plates
 Large Clear Visor (Same as 3M™ Speedglas™ 9100 FX
Welding Helmet)
 SideWindows
Applications:
The Speedglas 9100 MP Welding & Safety Helmet together
with 9100 Series Welding Filters are designed for most welding
processes, such as MMA, MIG/MAG, TIG, plasma welding
and oxyacetylene welding/cutting.
The Speedglas 9100 MP Welding & Safety Helmet is excellent
for welding preparations such as grinding thanks to the large
clear viewing area. The Speedglas 9100 Welding & Safety
Helmet is designed to be used with 3M Air Delivery Units. See
appropriate reference leaflet for approved combinations.
Approvals:
The product meet the requirements of the European
Community Directive 89/686/EEC (Personal Protective
Equipment Directive) and is thus CE marked. The product
comply with the harmonized European Standards EN 175, EN
166 and EN 397. Certification under Article 10, EC TypeExamination has been issued by INSPEC International Ltd
(Notified body number 0194). The complete 3M™
Speedglas™ 9100 MP Respiratory Systems complies with the
harmonized standards EN 12941 and EN 14594.
Speedglas 9100 MP Welding Helmet with powered air
respirators or supplied air regulators units marked CE0194
have had certification under Article 10, EC-Type Examination
and Article 11, EC Quality Control issued by INSPEC
international Ltd.
Speedglas 9100 MP Welding Helmet with powered air
respirators or supplied air regulators units marked CE0086
have had certification under Article 10, EC-Type Examination
and Article 11, EC Quality Control issued by BSI Product
Services.
Equipment Marking:
3M EN175B (medium energy impact B)
3M EN166B (medium energy impact B)
3M 1 BT N (1= optical class, BT=medium energy impact at
extremes of temperatures (-5°C and +55°C), N=Resistance to
fogging)
3M EN12941 TH3 (nominal protection factor 500, higher
strength requirement for breathing hose and couplings)
3M EN12941 TH2 (nominal protection factor 50, medium
strength requirement for breathing hose and couplings)
3M EN14594 3B (nominal protection factor 200, higher
strength requirement)
3M Speedglas 9100 MP Welding Helmet with M-300 helmet
shell meet the requirements of EN 397
LD=Lateral Deformation, 440 V a.c.=Electrical Insulation
Additional markings on the product refer to other standards.
Mechanical Strength
EN 166, EN 175
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Minimum robustness
Increased robustness
Low energy impact (45 m/s)
Medium energy impact (120 m/s)
Tested at extremes of temperature
(-5°C and +55°C)
Operating instructions:
Adjust the Speedglas 9100 MP Welding Helmet according to
your individual requirements to reach the highest comfort and
protection. (see fig B:1 - B:3).
Adjust and fit the air delivery unit as outlined in the appropriate
User Instruction. Adjust the face seal to suit the shape of the
face. (see fig G:7) If needed, lift the visor and adjust the airflow
deflector. When fully opened, more airflow is directed across
the face. When partially closed, a portion of the air is directed
towards the visor. (see fig H:1)
It is important that the face seal is correctly mounted and
fitted to provide the correct protection factor. Do not remove
the welding helmet or turn off the air supply until you have
vacated the contaminated area.
Headtops used in aggressive environments or outside in
direct sunlight may need to be replaced more frequently than
headtops used occasionally indoors.
3M recommends a maximum life (shelf-life plus in-use
life) of 3 years from the date of manufacture when stored in
accordance with the recommended storage conditions for the
head protection part (helmet).
Note: date of manufacture is molded on the helmet plastic part.
When working in environments with intense light
radiation that gives heat, environments with welding spatter or
when high visibility is required, 3M Speedglas Safety Helmet
Cover shall be used.
Limitations of use:
Only use with original 3M spare parts and accessories
listed in the reference leaflet
and within the usage conditions given in the Technical
Specifications.
The use of substitute components, decals, paint or other
modifications not specified in these user instructions might
seriously impair protection and may invalidate claims under the
warranty or cause the product to be noncompliant with
protection classifications and approvals.
Eye protectors worn over standard ophthalmic spectacles
may transmit impacts thus creating a hazard to the wearer.
The Speedglas 9100 MP Welding & Safety Helmet is not
designed for heavy duty overhead welding/cutting operations
due to the risk of burns from falling molten metal.
The SideWindows should be covered with the cover
plates in situations when other welders are working beside you
and in situations where reflected light can pass through the
SideWindows (see fig K:1-K:2)
Materials which may come into contact with the wearer’s
skin are not known to cause allergic reactions to the majority of
individuals.
These products do not contain components made from
natural rubber latex.
Do not use for respiratory protection against unknown
atmospheric contaminants or when concentrations of
contaminants are unknown or immediately dangerous to life or
health (IDLH).
Do not use in atmospheres containing less than 19.5%
oxygen (3M definition. Individual countries may apply their
own limits on oxygen deficiency. Seek advice if in doubt).
Do not use these products in oxygen or oxygen-enriched
atmospheres.
Leave the contaminated area immediately if: Any part of
the system becomes damaged, airflow into the headtop
decreases or stops, breathing becomes difficult, dizziness or
other distress occurs, you smell or taste contaminants or
irritation occurs.
When working in cold environments an antifog visor plate
shall be used due to risk of fogging.
Do not use in high heat environments above the
recommended maximum temperature.
Spare parts, accessories and consumables:
Part no.
Spare parts
19 71 50
19 71 51
53 20 16
54 05 00
kit
57 04 95
57 08 95
57 28 00
89 60 55
Accessories
16 90 13
53 35 05
79 01 01
H31P3AF300
H510P3AF-405-GU
H520P3AF-410-GQ
H540P3AF-413-SV
Consumables
52 30 00
52 30 01
53 42 00
Description
9100 MP flip-up mechanism
9100 MP pivot kit
SPEEDGLAS 9100 FX SideWindows cover
plate (2-pairs)
SPEEDGLAS 9100 MP/9100 FX Front cover
9100 MP outer shield
9100 MP inner shield
9100 MP welding and safety helmet, without
welding filter.
9100 MP safety helmet incl pivot kit
9100 MP safety helmet cover
Welding helmet adapter when using old type
of breathing tube (non-QRS).
SPEEDGLAS 9100 Product carry bag
3M™ Peltor™ H31 Hearing Protector,
with helmet attachment
3M™ Peltor™ Optime I Hearing
Protector, with helmet attachment
3M™ Peltor™ Optime II Hearing
Protector, with helmet attachment
3M™ Peltor™ Optime III Hearing
Protector, with helmet attachment
Visor plate (standard), pkg of 5
Visor plate (anti-fog), pkg of 5
9100 MP face seal
Technical specification
High winds above 2m/s, or very high work rates (where
the pressure within the headtop can become negative) can
reduce protection. Adjust equipment as appropriate or consider
an alternative form of respiratory protective device.
Weight
Welding/Safety Helmet with
SideWindows
(excl welding filter)
Users should be clean-shaven where the respirator’s face
seal comes into contact with the face.
Viewing area
Visor plate
100 x 170 mm
Operating temperature
-5ºC to +55ºC
Head sizes
51 – 64
Material:
Shield:
Silver front frame:
SideWindows:
Head suspension:
Safety Helmet
PPA
PA
PC
PA, PP, TPE, PE
PC + PBT
This product meets the requirement of certain industrial
eyewear standards and 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 practice and engineering controls.
The safety helmet is made to absorb the energy of a blow
by partial destruction or damage to the shell and the harness,
and even though such damage may not be readily apparent, any
helmet subjected to severe impact should be replaced.
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