The Miller Elite digital welding helmet came to market a number of years ago & features variable shade adjustment, a large viewing area, a long shell head top for heavy duty Mig welding & lens technology that allows for TIG welding at low amperage.
Miller's Digital Infinity range incorporates the latest technology in the form of Infotrack. Infotrack records arc time, has a timer function and multi language help menu. At 13.4 square inches, we believe this is to be the biggest welding filter lens on the market.
The Miller Elite helmet features four operating modes; Weld, cut, grind & X-mode means it covers all bases for a multi tasking fabricator. We particularly like the X-mode feature, which eliminates sunlight.
It's auto on/off triggers welding lens on arc strike, whilst it's four independent arc sensors provide maximum viewing and lens response.
A fantastically comfortable recently re-designed headgear ensures a great fit & durability with intuitive digital control offering the operator ease of control & set up.
Let's not forget the nine inch square viewing lens which offers superb visibility & deep head shell offering extra protection when MIG welding.
It's 3000 hour battery life & three year warranty, standard on most Miller products further enhances the proposition. The helmets don't go light on accessories either with all Elite welding helmets being supplied with five spare outer protection plates, two spare inner protection plates and a Miller branded helmet bag for safe storage.