V-Gard® Visors for Welding, Cutting and Brazing Applications

V-Gard polycarbonate shaded visors are thick and molded to protect against damage from impact, elevated temperatures, weld spatter and infrared (IR) radiation. Ideal for autogenous welding, metal pouring, gas soldering and light cutting/brazing, they’re engineered for heavy-duty use.

Part Number
Description
10115859
10115859

V-Gard Visor, PC, Shade 3 IR, Molded, (8"x17"x .098")

Length: 5.551 IN (14.100 CM)
Width: 8.031 IN (20.400 CM)
Height: 10.315 IN (26.200 CM)
Weight: 0.388 LB (0.176 KG)

10115860
10115860

V-Gard Visor, PC, Shade 3 IR, Molded, (8"x17"x .098"), Use w/V-Gard Chin Protectors

Length: 5.866 IN (14.900 CM)
Width: 10.079 IN (25.600 CM)
Height: 8.189 IN (20.800 CM)
Weight: 0.388 LB (0.176 KG)

10115861
10115861

V-Gard Visor, PC, Shade 5 IR, Molded, (8"x17"x .098")

Length: 5.276 IN (13.400 CM)
Width: 11.575 IN (29.400 CM)
Height: 7.913 IN (20.100 CM)
Weight: 0.421 LB (0.191 KG)

10115862
10115862

V-Gard Visor, PC, Shade 5 IR, Molded, (8"x17"x .098"), Use w/V-Gard Chin Protectors

Length: 5.276 IN (13.400 CM)
Width: 11.575 IN (29.400 CM)
Height: 7.913 IN (20.100 CM)
Weight: 0.421 LB (0.191 KG)

  • Suitable for applications where welding, cutting and brazing hazards exist.
  • Special visors, called nitrometers, work with V-Gard Retractable or Standard Chin Protectors
Markets: Construction, Construction, General Industry, Oil & Gas, Utilities
Applications: Welding

Approvals subject to change without notice and may differ based on configuration, part number and/or country.
Contact Customer Service or check approval label on product for specific approval information.

USA Approvals


Canadian Approvals


European Union

EN166 marking explanation=
"3" Light transmittance 8.5%-17.8% (Welding - % UV % IR)
"5" Light transmittance 1.2%-3.2% (Welding - % UV % IR)
"4-3"  Light transmittance 8.5-17.8% (IR EN171)
"4-5" 1.2-3.2% (IR EN171)

"1" highest optical quality for permanent use
“B” High speed particles with medium energy impact (120 m/s)
“T” Additional resistance at extreme temperatures (–5 and +55 °C) 
“3” Liquid droplets and splash
“9” Non-adherence of molten metal and resistance to penetration of hot solids

 

Australia/New Zealand

  • AS/NZS 1337.1:2010