Welding is said to be one of the most dangerous jobs in this modern time even though there are terms to keep safety for the workers. Almost all factories have equipped full of protective and preventive costumes for their welders but the accidents still happen. All the items, including the helmet – the most significant equipment are purchased with good quality. In addition, the welding helmet reviews are also provided for welders to let them know about how to use. However, the efficiency is still not satisfactory. Therefore, in this article, I will introduce to you all equipment to help you protect all your bodies.

  1. The head first

We all know that our head is the controlling center of our bodies so it is the most important part in our bodies. If our head has some problems, all the other parts will not work normally. Therefore, we need to keep safety for the head first.

There are two ways for you to choose. Firstly, you will use a welding helmet with modern design which indicates that all the protective parts for eyes, ears, necks, chins and hair are combined in only one helmet.

Using this helmet is convenient for the welders on the grounds that they can use their both hands flexibly to control their actions and have in time reactions to the sudden situations arising. However, this kind of helmet is quite heavy so it may take time for the beginners to get used to.

The second way is to use a skull cap and a handheld helmet. The skull cap will have the safe glass in order to prevent your face. When you weld, you will use one hand to use the handheld helmet to prevent the hot splashes.

However, one first advantage is that this helmet cannot protect the welders on a large space. It can only protect them from splashes and metal debris in a small space. Secondly, it is inconvenient for welders when they can use only one hand to use the welding equipment.

Therefore, choosing the types of helmet for protecting your heads during welding is very important. It is subject to each case to select the best method.

  1. Eyes protection

In reality, the welding helmet can protect all our eyes and heads but if we want to ensure the eyes safety, we will have to use protective glasses. With a pair of glasses, you will protect your eyes at higher level.

  1. Hands protection

When it comes to protecting hands in welding, there are a heap of gloves types for you to choose so you may be confused in front of those types. Therefore, you should remember some characteristics to choose the right gloves. Some characteristics are listed as bellows.

  • Be thick enough

The gloves for welding need to be thick enough. It is true that the metal debris at high temperature have the strong ability to come through types of materials easily so the gloves must be thick enough to prevent this.

  • Be fit

One thing important is that the gloves must be suitable with the sizes of welders. In case the gloves are too loose, during welding, the gloves can drop on the ground and the metal debris will be splashed to our hands.

  • Be long

The welding gloves should cover from our fingers to the wrists so that we can increase the safety for our hands. In addition, long gloves will be more difficult to drop out of our hands.

  1. Foot protection

In welding, we will have to protect all our bodies, including foot. For foot protection, we have welding shoes which need to be high and thick. The material to make the shoes must have the ability to resist all the debris of the metal.

These are almost all the things required in welding protection. There will have shops for you to come to and buy these products.

Bottom line: preventing all the risks in welding is very important so as to keep safety for all people. Knowing that welding is dangerous and can be fatal, a lot of people have to accept this miserable fact. However, with all the equipment, the welders will be protected.