Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
110 x 60mm Shade 9 Welding Lens (Pack of 10)
  • Shade 9 Lens
  • 110 x 60mm
  • Fixed Shade
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4.25" X 2" Clear Glass Cover Lens
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4.25" X 2" Clear Glass Cover Lens
110 x 90mm CR39 Anti Spatter Welding Cover Lens (Pack of 10)
  • CR39 Anti Spatter
  • 110 x 90mm
  • Cover Lens
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
110 x 60mm Shade 10 Welding Lens (Pack of 10)
  • Shade 10 Lens
  • 110 x 60mm
  • Fixed Shade
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
110 x 60mm Shade 11 Welding Lens (Pack of 10)
  • Shade 11 Lens
  • 110 x 60mm
  • Fixed Shade
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
110 x 60mm Shade 12 Welding Lens (Pack of 10)
  • Shade 12 Lens
  • 110 x 60mm
  • Fixed Shade
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
110 x 60mm Shade 13 Welding Lens (Pack of 10)
  • Shade 13 Lens
  • 110 x 60mm
  • Fixed Shade
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4.25" X 2" Clear Glass Cover Lens
£4.50 ex VAT Add to basket
4.25" X 2" Clear Glass Cover Lens
110 x 60mm CR39 Anti Spatter Welding Cover Lens (Pack of 10)
  • CR39 Anti Spatter
  • 110 x 60mm
  • Cover Lens
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
110 x 90mm Shade 9 Welding Lens (Pack of 10)
  • Shade 9 Lens
  • 110 x 90mm
  • Fixed Shade
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
110 x 90mm Shade 10 Welding Lens (Pack of 10)
  • Shade 10 Lens
  • 110 x 90mm
  • Fixed Shade
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
110 x 90mm Shade 11 Welding Lens (Pack of 10)
  • Shade 11 Lens
  • 110 x 90mm
  • Fixed Shade
£4.95 ex VAT Add to basket
Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
110 x 90mm Shade 12 Welding Lens (Pack of 10)
  • Shade 12 Lens
  • 110 x 90mm
  • Fixed Shade
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
110 x 90mm Shade 13 Welding Lens (Pack of 10)
  • Shade 13 Lens
  • 110 x 90mm
  • Fixed Shade
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4.25" X 2" Clear Glass Cover Lens
£5.50 ex VAT Add to basket
Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
£3.20 ex VAT Add to basket
Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
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Fixed Shade Welding Lens 108 x 51mm
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4.25" X 2" Clear Glass Cover Lens
4.25 Inch x 2 Inch Clear Glass Lens (Pack of 10) – 108 x 51mm
  • Clear Glass Lens
  • 4 1/4 x 2 Inch
  • 108 x 51mm
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WELDING LENSES

Here you will find a selection of welding lenses, suitable for passive helmets.  From round fixed shade lenses for Monkey masks, to various size and shade lenses to suit most applications.  Here, you will also find cover lenses to protect the fixed shade lens too.

Cover lenses are available in glass or CR39.  CR39 is a plastic-like product (Columbia Resin 39) different to polycarbonate. CR39 provides vastly superior optics to Polycarbonate and is only beaten by the optics of crown glass.

A passive welding helmet differs from an auto darkening shield, where the user is required to flip the helmet down before initiating the arc.

Protecting your eyes is a vitally important aspect of safety during welding.  The arc created during the welding process can cause permanent damage to your eyes.  A passive, fixed shade helmet offers suitable protection for welding without the large price tag.

Unlike an auto darkening helmet, a passive helmet requires the user to flip the shaded lens down just before initiating the welding arc, which some welders prefer.  In the early days of welding, before reactive lenses were available, many welders would have used a fixed shade welding shield.

A passive helmet also eliminates some issues that can be experienced with auto darkening helmets not reacting occasionally.  This can be due to the sensors being obstructed or ambient light effecting the reactivity.  A passive helmet is mostly always lighter too.