Discover the Benefits of High-Quality Welding Screens and Blankets

Welding screens and blankets are indispensable tools in maintaining safety and enhancing productivity in varied industrial settings, particularly during welding tasks. By shielding workers and gear from fire, sparks, UV radiation, and other hazards, these items ensure operations proceed without a hitch. Their composition of heavy-duty, fire-resistant materials such as solid and clear vinyl not only provides superior protection against the extreme conditions associated with welding but also supports the creation of a safer work environment. This setup, inclusive of welding barriers, effectively minimizes risk, making welding screens and blankets vital safety implements in any welding project.

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This Weldas LAVAshield Low-Visibility Welding Screen has been specifically designed to provide optimal protection for both you and your workshop against the potential hazards associated with welding.  SCREEN ONLY - BRACKET SOLD SEPARATELY

  • Color: Orange
  • Material: PVC
  • 12” Interval grommets
  • 14 mil (0.35mm) thick
  • Ultrasonic welded

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These Weldas LAVAshield Low-Green welding screens offer excellent protection for welders and metal workers. Designed to meet OSHA UVA standards and CPAI-84 California Fire Marshall requirements, these screens are a reliable choice. Please note that the bracket is sold separately from the screen.

  • Color: Green
  • Material: PVC
  • 12” Interval grommets
  • 14 mil (0.35mm) thick
  • Ultrasonic welded
  • Low Transparency, Moderate UV resistance
  • CE Tested to EN 1598

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Weldas' groundbreaking COMBOframe™ offers a perfect blend of durability and versatility. This ingenious frame can be easily adjusted to accommodate both 6'x6' and 6'x8' screens, making it a great fit for any shop. Its modular design allows for various configurations, ensuring that all your shop's needs are met. Crafted from heavy-duty steel tubing, the frames boast spring pin connectors, eliminating the need for tools during assembly.

  • Fits screens 6 x 6 ft & 6 x 8 ft.
  • Color: Black
  • Material: Durable steel tubing
  • No tools required to put together
  • Frame only – Screens sold separately

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Welding zones can pose risks if not adequately safeguarded. To ensure the safety of employees and visitors in areas where welding work is performed, facility owners may opt for welding blankets. These specialized Weldas welding blankets enable the creation of personalized areas dedicated solely to welding operations.

  • Color: Black
  • Material: Fiberglass with Acrylic/Neoprene coatings
  • Temperature Rating = 1000 degrees F

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These Weldas LAVAshield High-Visibility Yellow welding screens offer excellent protection for welders and metal workers. These screens are a reliable choice. Please note that the bracket is sold separately from the screen.

  • Color: Yellow
  • Material: PVC
  • 12” Interval grommets
  • 16 mil (0.4mm) thick
  • Ultrasonic welded
  • High Transparency, Low UV resistance

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  • Color: Gray
  • Material: Duck Canvas
  • Heavyweight
  • Opaque transparency
  • Maximum UV resistance
  • Kevlar sewn

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The Weldas welding pillow has been specially crafted to offer both comfort and protection during welding tasks performed in unconventional positions. It is particularly beneficial for activities that involve kneeling or lying down. Constructed from durable flame-resistant canvas, the pillow is sewn with Kevlar® thread for added strength. Additionally, the inner padding is flame retardant, ensuring enhanced safety. For convenient transportation, the pillow is equipped with a leather handle.

  • Color: Green
  • Material: FR Canvas
  • Kevlar sewn
  • Leather handle for ease in carrying

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  • 10 or 20 ft. long options
  • Shoulder Split Cowhide
  • Durable Snaps
  • 4” Circumference
  • Sold in retail friendly packaging

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Insufficient protection in welding areas can lead to potential hazards. To guarantee the well-being of both employees and visitors in welding zones, facility owners have the option to utilize welding blankets. These specially designed Weldas welding blankets allow for the establishment of customized spaces exclusively dedicated to welding tasks.

  • Color: Gold
  • Material: Fiberglass with Acrylic/Neoprene coatings
  • Temperature Rating = 1000 degrees F

Benefits of Welding Screens

Enhanced Safety Measures

Welding screens offer crucial safety benefits by containing sparks, spatter, and intense heat within the welding area. This containment reduces the risk of fire hazards and injuries, ensuring a safer workplace environment. Our top selling welding screen is Weldas LAVAshield Orange Welding Screen.

Visibility and Supervision

The presence of translucent and clear vinyl materials in welding screens allows for excellent visibility. Supervisors can monitor operations without directly entering the hazardous zones, which enhances both safety and operational efficiency.

Noise and Fume Reduction

Welding screens are designed with materials that not only reduce noise pollution but also help in containing harmful fumes. This contributes to a more comfortable and health-conscious work environment.

Regulatory Compliance

Using welding screens that meet safety standards is essential for compliance with occupational health and safety regulations. This adherence promotes a culture of safety and can prevent costly legal issues.

Versatility and Cost-Effectiveness

The adaptability of welding screens to various industrial environments, coupled with their easy installation, makes them a cost-effective solution for enhancing workplace safety. They provide long-term benefits by minimizing the potential for accidents and associated liabilities.

Improved Work Environment

By segregating different work processes and reducing disruptions, welding screens enhance operational efficiency. They also protect sensitive equipment and materials from welding-related damage, further adding to their utility in diverse industrial settings.

Protection from Radiation

Welding screens play a vital role in shielding workers from harmful UV and IR radiation, which can cause serious health issues. Their protective properties are essential for maintaining the well-being of the workforce. Our Weldas LAVAshield Heavyweight Duck Canvas Welding Screen offers Maximum UV Resistance.

Organizational Benefits

Investing in high-quality welding screens reflects positively on a company’s commitment to safety and employee well-being. This not only boosts morale within the organization but also enhances its reputation in the industry, attracting skilled professionals who prioritize safety in their work environment.

Choosing the Right Welding Blanket

Materials and Coatings

Welding Blankets are crafted from a variety of materials, each offering unique benefits depending on the welding conditions. Common materials include leather, fiberglass, silica, ceramic, and carbon felt. To enhance their heat resistance, these blankets may be coated with substances like silicone, neoprene, or graphite. Selecting the right material and coating is crucial for ensuring maximum protection and durability.

Categories of Welding Blankets

  • Light-Duty Blankets: Ideal for low-temperature spatter and temporary exposure.
  • Medium-Duty Blankets: Commonly used, these are capable of resisting temperatures up to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Heavy-Duty Blankets: Designed for extreme conditions, resisting temperatures up to 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Industrial Blankets: Built for prolonged use in industrial settings, offering robust resistance and coverage.
  • Special-Use Blankets: Tailored for specific needs, such as protecting sensitive surfaces or providing insulation to slow cooling processes. Considerations for Selection

When choosing a welding blanket, several factors should be considered to ensure it meets the specific needs of your welding project:

  • Temperature Resistance: Ensure the blanket can withstand the temperatures associated with your welding process.
  • Size and Thickness: Larger and thicker blankets offer better insulation and protection.
  • Durability: Opt for materials known for their longevity and ability to withstand harsh conditions.
  • Price: Consider your budget but remember that quality and safety should not be compromised.

Understanding these aspects will help in selecting a welding blanket that not only protects but also enhances the efficiency and safety of welding operations.

Application Scenarios for Welding Screens and Blankets

Construction and Manufacturing

In the realms of construction and manufacturing, Welding Screens & Blankets are essential for safeguarding workers from sparks and spatter. These industries rely on the durability and heat resistance of welding screensto maintaina safe environment amidst heavy machinery and continuous metalwork.

Automotive Industry

The automotive sector utilizes welding screens to protect intricate assembly lines. Here, welding blankets shield both workers and sensitive automotive parts from heat damage during welding operations, ensuring both safety and quality in vehicle manufacturing.

Shipbuilding and Offshore Industries

Welding screens and blankets are critical in shipbuilding and offshore settings, where they prevent the spread of sparks and hot metal over water and highly flammable environments, significantly reducing the risk of fire on platforms and ships.

Aerospace Industry

In aerospace, precision is paramount. Welding screens help maintain clean, controlled environments necessary for the assembly of aircraft, protecting both the intricate parts and the technicians.

Metal Fabrication and Machining

This sector benefits from the adaptability of welding screens, whichcan be easily moved and reconfigured around various machinery setups, providing protection without sacrificing efficiency.

Oil and Gas Industry

Given the highly flammable nature of materials handled, the oil and gas industry relies on welding blankets to prevent any sparks from welding activities from igniting vapors, offering an essential barrier against potential disasters.

Mining Industry

In mining, welding screens and blankets are used in repair and maintenance tasks to protect equipment and personnel from welding sparks in environments where flammable gases may be present.

Power Generation Industry

Welding screens and blankets in power generation plants ensure that maintenance and fabrication tasks do not disrupt the continuous operation of the plant and provide critical protection against the high-heat processes involved.

Welding Protection in the Workplace

For optimal safety, ensure adequate ventilation when using weldingscreens and blankets toprevent the buildup of harmful fumes. Additionally, wearing appropriate safety gear like protective eyewear, gloves, and flame-resistant clothing is crucial to safeguard against the inherent risks of welding tasks.

Maintenance and Care for Longevity

To ensure the longevity and effectiveness of welding screens and blankets, it's crucial to perform regular inspections for any signs of wear and tear such as holes, tears, or frayed edges. Should any damage be detected, immediate repair is necessary to maintain the integrity of the protective barrier. This proactive approach prevents minor issues from escalating into major safety hazards.