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How to find the right protection plate for my helmet?

Every day welding sparks, heat, and normal wear-and-tear grind away at your welding helmet. The outer protection plate covers the welding filter from sparks and dust.  For maximum view and comfort, make it a regular habit to check and change the protection plates.

You can clean the welding filter and protection plates with a lint-free tissue or cloth. But when the plate becomes deeply pitted, scratched or too dirty to clean it is time to get a replacement plate. When welding more than 4 hours per day it’s typically needed once a week. Higher-than-normal levels of heat and sparks will require more frequent replacement.

Ordering information – Outer Protection Plates (part numbers for EU and US)

For 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter Series 9100:
Standard outside plate #526000 (EU), #06-0200-51 (US)
Extra scratch resistant outside plate #527001 (EU), #06-0200-52 (US)
Heat resistant outside plate #527070 (EU), #06-0200-53 (US)

For 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter SL:
Standard outside plate #726000 (EU), #05-0250-00 (US)
Extra scratch resistant outside plate #727000 (EU), #05-0250-01 (US)

For 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter Series 100:
Standard outside plate #776000 (EU), #07-0200-51 (US)
Extra scratch resistant outside plate #777000 (EU), #07-0200-52 (US)
Heat resistant outside plate #777070 (EU), #07-0200-53 (US)

For 3M™ Speedglas™ Welding Filter Series 9000/9002:
Standard outside plate #426000 (EU), #04-0270-01 (US)
Extra scratch resistant outside plate #427000 (EU), #04-0270-03 (US)
Heat resistant outside plate #427071 (EU), #04-0270-04 (US)

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