Reducing the yellow flare while welding

 Reducing the yellow flare while welding Welding is a process that uses heat and pressure to join metals together. One instance of welding hazards is the damage it can cause to your eyes because of the visible light.  This can cause “flash blindness” which can red, tearful eyes and even blind spots in your vision which is why it is important to wear the correct eye protection while welding.

At Phillips-Safety we offer the Super Magenta Drop In Welding Lens that helps reduce the yellow flare while welding.  This acrylic lens gives even better flare reduction than the Super Blue, and it enhances the color and visual clarity of your work. This is also a drop-in lens and needs to be used along with your standard welding shade. The advanced material used to make this lens erases the yellow and orange colors of the spectrum while enhancing the other colors. The resulting view is outstanding.

Super Magenta Drop-In Lenses

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6 Responses to Reducing the yellow flare while welding
  1. Brandon
    February 25, 2016 | 1:03 pm

    Hi Bill:)

    I’ve been doing nothing but fitting all week, but I have been coming to work early so I could get some weld time with different combinations of filters.

    I absolutely love what happens when I pair your Super Magenta with my various lenses.

    The cheap version sold on eBay, is not this lens! So buyers, beware……

    I paired the Super Blue with my adjustable auto darkening lens and finally, it’s bearable to use during my fit up work. The nasty flare that was always visible and tortuous to look at, is now gone:)

    I also did some comparisons between your gold mirrored lenses, verses the Alektro…..I will never buy another Alektro lens again…..

    • Ryan Phillips
      March 14, 2016 | 1:55 pm

      Thank you so much for the Great Review. Let us know if you need Anything.

  2. Brandon
    January 28, 2016 | 8:36 pm

    Thank you so much for the explanation here (and over the phone).

    I’m very excited and eager to pair your Super Magenta and gold lens together. I’ve given your number to a few guys in my shop so they can get in on this sweet deal you’ve set up. Thank you, and you’ll be hearing from me soon. :)

  3. Bill Brown
    January 28, 2016 | 3:39 pm

    Brandon, I’ll be glad to answer your question in detail.
    We spent years of development time in creating the Super Magenta and Super Blue Drop in lenses. They work as filters to “erase” the yellow and part of the orange lines of the visible spectrum. By doing this they effectively remove the arc from your view while you are welding. I have not examined the “magenta drop in” lenses that are being sold on eBay, but there is no way they could possibly be selling them for that price. I suspect what they might be selling is simply a colored piece of plastic with no, or if any, limited, flare reducing capabilities. One of our filters with our 24K gold coated mirrors will give you the absolute best view possible. It has been proven through field trials and will soon be featured on a major welding informational website.
    If any one has any questions or wants a special deal on Magenta DropIn and Mirrored Lens Kit, feel free to call me at 732) 722-1640 my direct line.
    Bill Brown ~ Technical Sales Manager -PSP Inc.

  4. Brandon
    January 28, 2016 | 1:53 am

    What, if any, is the difference between your 80 dollar Super Magenta Drop In lens, vs the “magenta drop in” being sold on eBay in conjunction with a gold Alektro lens for half the price?

    Would you mind explaining?

  5. Christian
    March 3, 2015 | 2:16 am

    Super magenta drop lens is incredible its a must have. Helps with eye fatigue.

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