Miller T94 Series Auto-Darkening Welding Helmets

Ergonomic, four-point flexible headgear design provides a secure fit, while avoiding major pressure points within the head, maximizing all-day wear.

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It's also great for scaring small children when you're done fabricating.

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Miller T94 Series Auto-Darkening Welding Helmets are of a lightweight, well-balanced design that reduces neck torque, minimizing operator fatigue and strain leading to an increase in short-term comfort as well as long-term health benefits. Benefits include:

  • 8% lighter for reduced fatigue

  • 13% better balance for elevated comfort

  • 18% less torque on the user's neck for reduced strain

  • 42% less torque with the T94i visor in upright position

Ergonomic, four-point flexible headgear design provides a secure fit, while avoiding major pressure points within the head, maximizing all-day wear. Customizable fit with seamless tilt, distance and tightness adjustments. ClearLight lens technology optimizes contrast and clarity in welding and light states—reducing eye strain and operator fatigue.

Four lens operating modes provide versatility for various welding, cutting and grinding applications. X-Mode senses the arc’s electromagnetic field rather than brightness to darken the lens—ideal for outdoor, low-amp TIG and obstructed view applications. The half shade settings allow for precise lens adjustment. Infotrack 2.0 allows for monitoring of arc time and arc count. Also, the simplistic digital lens interface allows for easy adjustment with or without gloves. Shade 5.0 side windows enhance peripheral vision, amplifying sense of surroundings.

The helmet's chiseled shell design provides optimal skin coverage while easily accommodating a Miller half mask respirator. Matte silver finish reflects ambient heat, reducing temperatures up to 8 degrees Fahrenheit underneath the helmet. Quick-release front cover lens simplifies lens changes, reducing downtime. And finally, the helmet locks in the upright position, allowing the user to keep the helmet on for non-welding tasks. For more info, check out the Miller Welding website.