Miller Expands ClearLight Lens Technology to Digital Welding Helmets

Miller Expands ClearLight™ Lens Technology to All Digital Welding Helmets

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Technology optimizes contrast and clarity in welding and light states, reducing eye strain
Miller Welding helmets with New ClearLight Lens Technology
Side-by-side graphs showing the difference in color on a spectrum between ClearLight Technology (left) and traditional lens technology (right) when using shade #3
Comparison photos of a TIG torch seen through a lens with ClearLight Technology (left) and traditional lens technology (right) when using shade #3

APPLETON, Wis. (Jan. 8, 2018) — Miller Electric Mfg. Co., a leading worldwide manufacturer of arc welding equipment, is expanding its ClearLight Lens Technology to all digital welding helmets. ClearLight optimizes clarity for welding operators so they can produce better welds with less rework.

“To achieve the perfect weld, operators need to be able to clearly see their work. ClearLight Lens Technology optimizes contrast and clarity in both welding and light states — so operators see natural color tones and get a crisp, high-definition view of the workpiece,” said Sam Harvey, product manager — welding safety & health, Miller Electric Mfg. Co. “This innovative helmet technology reduces eye fatigue, increases productivity and improves performance.”

Previously only available in Miller® T94™ Series auto-darkening helmets, ClearLight has now been expanded to all Miller digital helmets to include Digital Infinity™, Digital Elite™ and Digital Performance™ models.  

ClearLight Lens Technology enhances clarity by allowing more colors to come through the lens. Where other lenses often produce a view with a greenish-yellow or blue tint, a ClearLight lens provides truer colors during welding. This means operators see more contrast among objects in the viewing area, resulting in reduced eye strain and fatigue.

In addition, the 1/1/1/2 optical clarity rating of ClearLight lenses allows a true 3.0 light state. This brighter light state when the operator isn’t welding enhances the ability for operators to keep their hood down as much as possible, which improves safety and productivity.

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