Promax Welding Helmet Range

Promax welding helmet range overview…

Just another welding helmet? Think again! Here’s a quick run-down on the features and benefits that have made the Promax series one of the most popular welding helmets Australia wide.

welding helmets - Promax welding helmet range by Weldclass  

First things first…

With over 30 year’s experience in supplying and designing welding helmets, we know that some features cannot be compromised if you are going to get a reliable helmet and value for money.

 

Ultra-Clear Optics  
This comment from Ashley in Vic (Promax helmet owner) says it all: “I can see!! No really… I CAN SEE. I have tried three helmets [before this] and lost money…. for the first time in my life I am able to see through a welding helmet lens. Thank-you for a great product…”.
In addition to sharp, crisp optics that allow you to see the finer details of your job, Promax helmets* now have ECR (Enhanced Colour Recognition) technology. Without compromising UV & IR protection, ECR increases the spectrum of colours that are visible through the lens, providing an even sharper picture.
*Excludes Promax 180
 

welding helmet lenses with ultra clear optics   

Simple & Reliable -vs- Complicated:  
We're all about practical features that make a difference... but we are also careful not to over complicate things. When considering the features on our helmets, our first questions are: Will it really improve user experience?  Or is it just something that's exciting to talk about? And will it make the helmet more reliable, or potentially less reliable?  
Sure, fancy features such as digital controls may look good on the surface, but often they negatively impact aspects such as reliability and weight/comfort.  
Welding professionals & enthusiasts keep telling us that the things they appreciate most about Promax helmets are: reliability, easy to operate, light weight, comfortable & great optics. We promise to keep it that way!

    

 

Spatter-Proof Cover Lens Retainer System:
Promax helmets use a “hinge and lock” system. The front cover lens is clamped very firmly in place around the entire perimeter of the lens. This prevents spatter leaking onto the electronic lens (which causes damage and voids warranty)… and replacing the front cover lens is very quick & easy. 
Be wary of helmets that have a font-loading cover lens. From experience, we have found that the vast majority of these allow spatter to 'leak' onto the electronic lens - this not only risks damage to the lens, but also permenantly marks the surface and reduces visibility.

welding helmet spatter proof lens retainer system

 

Reliable "Full-Laminate" Lens Construction:
Inside an auto-darkening lens are many layers of components. The “easy” way to assemble these components is to glue around the edge. The “best” way is to laminate each layer to the next, across the whole surface area. This is more costly to manufacture, however it results in a lens that is more reliable, more damage resistant and has better optical quality. All Weldclass electronic welding lenses are fully laminated.

welding helmet lens cassette        welding helmet full laminate lens construction

 

Simple & Robust Headgear:
When it comes to headgear design, we think you will agree that “basic & reliable” is always better than “fancy & fragile”! The Promax headgear is simple, yet robust and comfortable.

 welding helmet headgear

Superior After-Sales & Warranty Support:
The most amazing welding helmet in the world is not worth much if you can’t get support when something doesn’t work like it should. Let’s face it: this happens to every brand once in a while… and yes on the rare occasion it happens with Promax welding helmets too. Here’s the difference: We strive to offer the most painless & customer-friendly warranty support in the industry. If you have a genuine warranty issue, we’ll sort it with a minimum of fuss so you can get back to your job. 

 welding helmet warranty

 

 

 

Promax 180

Arc up without burning a hole in your wallet!

Designed & built to the same demanding standards as our higher-end models.

  • Shade 9-13, Sensitivity & Delay Adjustment

  • 1 Year Warranty

  • Magnification Lens Holder

  • 96x39mm Viewing Area with Ultra-Clear Vision

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  Weldclass Promax 180 welding helmet

 

 

Promax 200

A very affordable helmet, without compromising reliability and comfort.

Includes features normally found on higher cost professional models.

  • Shade 9-13, Sensitivity & Delay Adjustment

  • Grind Mode... Turns the lens off so that you can use the helmet as a grinding shield

  • 1 Year Warranty

  • Magnification Lens Holder

  • 96x39mm Viewing Area with Ultra-Clear Optics & ECR (Enhanced Colour Recognition)

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 Weldclass promax 200 welding helmet

 

 

Promax 350

Upgrade to a larger view, 4 sensors, ultra clear vision!

Our most popular model, boasting several features that many other helmets in this class don't have.

  • Large viewing Area 100x53mm with Ultra-Clear Optics & ECR (Enhanced Colour Recognition)

  • 4 Sensors

  • Shade 9-13, Sensitivity & Delay Adjustment

  • Grind Mode... Turns the lens off so that you can use the helmet as a grinding shield

  • 2 Year Warranty

  • Magnification Lens Holder

  • High Impact rated to AS/NZS 1337.1

  • Suitable for MIG, MMA (stick) & TIG

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 Weldclass Promax 350 welding helmet

 

 

Promax 500

Super-Size Viewing Area!

Your job made easier with 85cm2 of ultra-clear vision.

  • Super-size viewing Area 98x87mm (85cm2) with Ultra Clear Optics & ECR (Enhanced Colour Recognition)

  • 4 Sensors

  • Dual Shade Mode: (9-13 / 5-8)

  • Grind Mode... Turns the lens off so that you can use the helmet as a grinding shield

  • 2 Year Warranty

  • Magnification Lens Holder

  • High Impact rated to AS/NZS 1337.1

  • Suitable for MIG, MMA (stick) & TIG (down to 5 Amps)

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 Weldclass Promax 500 welding helmet

 

 

 

Comments
  • Date: 20-Jul-2020
    allan James Paine A J Paine& Son

    very comfortable to use.
  • Date: 15-Jun-2020
    welding helmet https://www.theweldinghelmet.com/

    nice welding helmet
  • Date: 09-Mar-2020
    Weldclass

    Hello Beverly, You will need to register your warranty via the form on this page; https://www.weldclass.com.au/page/9/welding-helmet-warranty-registration-weldclass-australia
  • Date: 09-Mar-2020
    Weldclass

    Hello Andrew, You can view information on all our Promax welding helmet models (& download fact sheets) here; https://www.weldclass.com.au/category/134-welding-helmets
  • Date: 08-Mar-2020
    Beverley Jordan

    Claiming warranty for my new Promax 350 Helmet. Seriel No:201909301440 Am just starting to learn to weld & very excited about my future achievements.
  • Date: 11-Sep-2019
    Andrew Gorman Trukai Industries Limited

    I want information on this product.
  • Date: 16-Aug-2019
    Bruno Pellerin garage pellerin

    très satisfait
  • Date: 23-Jan-2019
    Weldclass Team

    Great question Chris. At this stage, the only size magnification lenses that are produced (world wide) are 108x51mm. This is because tooling costs to manufacture these are extremely expensive, therefore not viable to produce them in various sizes to suit different helmets. The Promax 500 does allow you to position the magnification lens so it is your direct line of vision. You can check out our range of mag lenses here; https://www.weldclass.com.au/product-group/2096-magnification-lenses-108-x-51mm/category/138-magnification-lenses
  • Date: 23-Jan-2019
    Chris

    I just purchased a weldclass pro max 500 and would like to know if there is a magnification lens available for this helmet in a full screen size please?
  • Date: 28-Nov-2018
    Weldclass Team

    Hello Gordon, thank you for your enquiry. We will contact you directly to confirm our distributors in your area that can help you with this.
  • Date: 27-Nov-2018
    Gordon Bolitho North Regional Tafe

    Hi, could you supply me with a Quote for 8 x Auto Darkening lenses to suit Promax 350 / and 3x auto darkening lens to suit Promax 300 ? Cheers.
  • Date: 28-Sep-2018
    Weldclass Team

    Hello John, thanks for your question. Yes we certainly intend to carry spares for these helmets for many years to come. We still carry lenses to suit our older model helmets, some of which were superseded 10+ years ago. In fact Weldclass has the largest range of helmet lenses in Australia, we carry lenses to suit many other brands & models helmets – see our lens finder tool here; https://www.weldclass.com.au/clearlensesforweldinghelmets
  • Date: 28-Sep-2018
    John Jager Direct Force

    We do mostly Mig welding mild steel. We usually replace the outer lenses monthly. Are you stocking parts for the Promax 350 and Promax 500 for the next few years? Regards John
  • Date: 20-Apr-2018
    Weldclass Team Weldclass

    Hello Keith, thank you for your query. The Mach6 lens is no longer available. We strongly recommend the ‘Promax 500’ helmet – very clear optics like the Mach6, and larger viewing area. The reviews on this speak for themselves – see this web page; https://www.weldclass.com.au/product-group/2079-welding-helmets-promax-500
  • Date: 19-Apr-2018
    Keith boilermaker

    i have a weldclass MACH 6 cristral clear, and the lens is shot, buggy and wont activate, the place i bought it from is closed. not an issue its lasted about 5 years. any way is that style lens availabe still? or what is your best visibility lens.( was very happy with the mach 6 until it started playing up. no cracks now spatter damage, bust went buggy)
  • Date: 10-Nov-2017
    Weldclass Team

    Hello Daniel, the Promax 500 has an optical rating of 1/1/1/2. For full specs on this helmet, you can download a pdf on our web page: https://www.weldclass.com.au/product-group/2079-welding-helmets-promax-500/category/134-welding-helmets
  • Date: 09-Nov-2017
    Daniel

    Hi, I would like to know what the lens rating is on the Promax 500. Eg 1+1+1+1 Thankyou, Daniel
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