Lincoln OMNIShield Face Shield - Shade 5 (IR/UV) (K3754-1)

Lincoln OMNIShield Face Shield - Shade 5 (IR/UV) (K3754-1)

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The Omnishield's next generation design is the modern answer to impact protection. The high density contoured lens is 90% thicker than a traditional face shield. This added protection is coupled with multi-axis headgear to enhance comfort and provide a personalized fit. Available in various styles and compatible with most hard hats, the Omnishield is the professional's choice for face protection.
  • Shade 5 IR lens provides infrared light protection for oxyfuel or plasma cutting applications
  • "Premium impact resistant polycarbonate lens is 90% thicker than a traditional face shield (0.077"" vs 0.040"") for enhanced protection"
  • Contoured lens shape provides a full field of view while protecting the face & neck
  • Cushioned front and back headband eliminates pressure points and evenly distributes weight for all day comfort
  • Multi-axis, adjustable headgear provides optimal fit and function for numerous operators and applications

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