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ESAB’s ADC Plus New-Tech range of welding helmets provide an extra-large viewing area with ADC Plus Colour Definition, making working conditions safer for the welder.

ADC, or Angular Dependence Compensation, ensures that the shade covers the full width and height of the screen, and offers improved colour definition and contrast.

With the ESAB New-Tech ADC Plus range, the welder is given a viewing area of 96 x 68.5mm.

Meeting the standards required by 1/1/1/1 EN379, ESAB New-Tech ADC Plus offers an even shade level across the full height and width of the viewing area.

As well as giving a better view, the ADC Plus cartridge reduces bright visible light.

There are three helmets in the ESAB New-Tech ADC Plus range, all offering high performance, protection and comfort.

The ESAB New-Tech 6-13 ADC Plus, which is also available with an XL lens measuring 96 x 68.5mm, can have shade levels adjusted from DIN 6 to DIN 13.

These models have grinding modes in which the auto darkening filter (ADF) is switched off.

The 9-13 ADC Plus can have shade levels adjusted from DIN 9 to DIN 13.

The ESAB New-Tech ADC Plus range keeps the welder cooler since they are lightweight and have silver heat-reflective shells For added comfort, the control panel is external.

Adjustments available are shade (6-8/9-13), sensitivity and delay, and there is also a grinding mode available.

ESAB recommends the use of a respiratory system for maximum protection against welding fumes.

New-Tech ADC Plus is available with Fresh Air: Air 160, Air 200 and compressed-air units.

These are delivered fully assembled with a flame-resistant head and face seal, as well as an air duct.

As part of ESAB, a world leading supplier of welding and cutting solutions, ESAB Group (UK) Ltd have access to a product research and development programme, the envy of the welding industry.

The brand is synonymous with world leading expertise  and today the company produces consumables and equipment for virtually every welding and cutting process and application.

As a logical step following his invention of the covered welding electrode back in 1904, Oscar Kjellberg founded ESAB. Since then, the company has constantly improved on existing methods and materials. At the same time, ESAB has developed new methods to meet the challenge presented by technological progress.

More than 100 years of continuous research, development and manufacture have made ESAB a world leader in welding, cutting and also an international supplier of products, know-how and services that none can match.

At is UK headquarters, ESAB Group (UK) Ltd have a team of highly experienced and qualified staff who are always available to offer help and advice on all aspects of welding and cutting. 

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