JSP Stephens-Itex Fibreglass Handheld Welding Helmet (No Lens)

  • Lightweight fibreglass welding helmet
  • Ideal for welding in tight spots
  • Can be fitted with a range of auto-darkening lenses
  • Impact protection polycarbonate cover lens

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Our Price:  £20.61
Excl. VAT. (£24.73 Inc. 20% VAT)

JSP Stephens-Itex Fibreglass Handheld Welding Helmet (No Lens)

The JSP Stephens-Itex Fibreglass Handheld Welding Helmet (No Lens) can be fitted with a range of different auto-darkening lenses, depending on the intended application. The versatile face helmet is handheld, ideal for particularly tight spots.

What Can the Fibreglass Welding Helmet Do for Me?

The helmet has many helpful features, some of which follow here:

  • Strong: Tough fibreglass and polycarbonate construction
  • Versatile: Can be fitted with a variety of lenses depending on intended use
  • Handheld: Handheld design is ideal for particularly tight spots, or for welding spectators
  • Lightweight: Lightweight construction for easy use

Who Can Use the Stephens-Itex Handheld Helmet?

The helmet is ideal for use in particularly tight spots where the handheld design comes as an advantage. The helmet can be paired with a variety of shade filters, from shades 4-13, and is thus suitable for a variety of tasks.

What Certifications Has the JSP Welding Helmet Received?

The helmet has undergone a variety of tests so you can be sure of your safety at work. It has achieved the following certifications:

  • BS 1542
  • EN 175
  • EN 379
  • EN 166
    • ​1, F

What Do These Certifications Mean?

  • BS 1542: This standard specifies the requirements for eye, face and neck protection against ionizing radiation arising during welding and associated operations
  • EN 175: This standard specifies the requirements for eye and face protection for welding and related processes
  • EN 379: This standard stands for lenses with automatic welding filters that switch their luminous transmittance to a lower predetermined value when an arc is ignited
  • EN 166: This standard specifies the requirements for protective eyewear

The helmet will protect your eyes and face from ionizing radiation and other welding related hazards. When used with appropriate shade filters the helmet is auto-darkening, and the glass cover lens will protect against low energy impacts. The lens is of the highest optical quality and therefore is suitable for continuous wear. 

Technical Details

  • Dimensions:
    • Height: 300mm
    • Width: 260mm
    • Length: 320mm
    • Weight: 788g
    • Lens: 108 x 83mm

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Delivery

This item will be dispatched by 1st Class Royal Mail, DPD courier or UPS courier.

The estimated delivery time for this item is usually 1-3 working days when ordered before 14:00, Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays).

Please contact our Customer Care Team on 020 7501 0598 for an up to the minute delivery expectation for this product.

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Up to £39.99 £4.95
£40.00 and over FREE

Coronavirus Update

Please note that, due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, our processing time may increase slightly. We would advise that orders may be set back by as much as five working days, though we are striving to keep our delivery schedule as close to normal as possible.

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