Auto-Darkening Welding Helmet is solar powered.

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Weighing only 19 oz with has 3.78 x 1.85 in. view, 115 Year Limited Edition Viking(TM) helmet features high quality LCD optics for clear, natural view and offers 9-13 shade control and sensitivity adjustments for different welding environments. It is solar-powered with battery assistance, and has grind mode suited for weld prep and post-weld clean-up activities. Cartridge designs are ANSI and CAN/CSA third-party tested.



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Lincoln Electric Releases New 115 Year Limited Edition Viking(TM) Helmet



Helmet features commemorative graphics and auto-darkening capabilities

Cleveland - Lincoln Electric has released its 115 Year Limited Edition Viking(TM) helmet commemorating the company's 115th year in business.

The new auto-darkening welding helmet features internally mounted continuous variable control and commemorative Lincoln graphics of founders, James F. Lincoln and John C. Lincoln.

Other graphics include a 115 year logo, a 1927 cross-country pipe welding project using Fleetweld® 5 and a welder repairing an airplane with a Shield-Arc® motor generator set in 1944.

The helmet is lightweight at just 19 oz. and has a nine to 13 shade control and sensitivity adjustments for different welding environments.

The limited-edition Viking helmet has a grind mode that is ideal for weld prep and post-weld clean-up activities. It is solar-powered with battery assistance, eliminating the need for an on and off switch. In addition, the limited edition helmet has a substantial view size of 3.78 x 1.85 in. (96 x 47 mm) and top quality LCD optics that deliver a clear, natural view.

Like all Viking helmets, the cartridge designs are ANSI and CAN/CSA third-party tested. Bonus features include a Sport-Pak style helmet bag and a Lincoln Electric bandana.

Lincoln Electric's limited edition Viking auto-darkening helmets are available at local welding distributors. Or visit www.lincolnelectric.com to obtain Bulletin MC10-51 to learn more.

The Lincoln Electric Company, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc welding systems, fume extraction equipment and plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment. The company holds a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market.

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