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3M™ Speedglas™ 9002 Welding Filters


The latest addition to the Speedglas brand is the 9002 series.                          Speedglas 

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It offers the welder even better comfort through variable shades and sensitivities for reliable switching to various welding methods.

Some models even have a delay function which allows the user to set the dark-to-light switching time.

3MTM SpeedglasTM 9002X Filter

– top-of-the line welding filter optimised for MMA, MIG/MAG and TIG welding
  • Extra large viewing area (55 x 107 mm).
  • Five dark state levels (9 - 13).
  • Four user-selectable sensitivity levels handle all types of arc welding.
  • Unsurpassed in intelligent switching during low-amp, steady TIG welding.
  • Three user-selectable delay settings allow the welder to adjust the dark-to-light switch time.
  • Solar panel for extended battery life (approx. 3.000 hours).
  • Fits into Speedglas 9000, Speedglas FlexView and Speedglas ProTop Welding Shields.


3MTM SpeedglasTM 9002V Filter

  • Five dark state levels (9 - 13).
  • Four user-selectable sensitivity levels handle all types of arc welding.
  • Unsurpassed in intelligent switching during low-amp, steady TIG welding.
  • Three user-selectable delay settings allow the welder to adjust the dark-to-light switch time.
  • Fits into Speedglas 9000, Speedglas FlexView and Speedglas ProTop Welding Shields.
3MTM SpeedglasTM  9002D Filter

– this welding filter is our latest addition to the 9002 series.
  • For MMA and MIG/MAG but also suitable for TIG welding at more than 20A.
  • Dual shade selection (9 or 11).
  • Two sensitivity levels – easy to adjust to the welder’s preference.
  • Fits into Speedglas 9000, Speedglas FlexView and Speedglas ProTop Welding Shields.
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Delay setting examples:

Delay Table image   1) A welder is doing high amperage welding on stainless steel, creating an extremely bright weld pool. When the welder momentarily stops to reposition his electrode, he doesn’t want to immediately see the brilliant glowing light from the hot weld pool, so he sets Delay to “+”, to add time before the filter switches from dark-to-light.

2) A welder is doing a series of tack welds in rapid order. He wants to be able to check the weld in the light state and move to the next weld position as quickly as possible, so he sets delay to “-”, to reduce time for the dark-to-light switching.