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Jackson Welding Helmet - Black HSL2 Passive Lens 14982

Code: 14982
Jackson Welding Helmet - Black HSL2 Passive Lens 14982
Cyberweld Price: $38.45
Mfg Industrial Price: $69.42
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Jackson Welding Helmet - Black HSL2 Lift Front Passive Lens 14982

The Jackson HSL2 Black welding helmet has a 2 inch X 4 1/4 inch flip up passive shade 10 welding lens. It has narrow shell design that is perfect for work in tight spaces. The Shadow helmet's extended front increases throat protection against sparks, slag, and fumes. The HSL2 welding hood can withstand radiant heat up to 350 degrees F. All Shadow helmets come complete with Jackson's industry best 370 headgear, safety plate and shade 10 polycarbonate filter plate.

  • Narrow shell design is perfect for work in tight spaces and weighs only 13.8 ounces
  • Extended front increases throat protection against sparks, slag, and fumes
  • Standard shade 10 filter plate and cover plates installed at factory
  • Meets ANSI Z87.1 standards

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    Miller LPR-100 Half Mask Respirator (S/M) ML00894
    Code: ML00894
    Miller® ML00894 Half Mask Respirator filters 99.97% of welding fumes and mists. P100 filter cartridges have an assigned protection factor (APF) of 10 and effectively remove airborne particles and mists associated with welding.
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    Best Welds Cover Plate - 2 X 4 Clear Polycarbonate
    Code: GLA24CP
    Package of 1 - Best Welds® clear polycarbonate safety / cover plate. Fits all welding helmets and goggles using a 2" X 4 1/4" lens.
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    Best Welds Replacement Welding Lens - 2 X 4
    Code: 2405
    Package of 1 - Best Welds® 2" X 4 1/4" passive shade glass welding lens. Lenses are available in cutting shade 5 through welding shade 14.
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    Miller Auto-Darkening Welding Lens - 2 X 4 Fixed Shade 10 770226
    Code: 770226
    Genuine Miller® fixed shade 10 auto-darkening welding lens fits standard 2" X 4.25" lens opening in most major brands of welding helmets.
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    Fixed Shade: 
    Jackson 370 Headgear 20696
    Code: 20696
    Jackson 370 Headgear 20696
    Mfg Industrial Price: $22.36Cyberweld Price: $12.05

    33 Reviews

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    Jackson Mounting Blade Kit 187-S 15968
    Code: 15968
    Jackson 187-S Mounting Blade Kit for mounting Jackson welding helmets to Jackson slotted (SC6) hard hats.
    Mfg Industrial Price: $15.08Cyberweld Price: $8.10

    4 Reviews

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    6 Questions & 6 Answers
    from Ohio asked:
    January 5, 2020
    Will this hood work with adaptive headgear on a hard hat?
    1 Answer

    Jackson Welding Helmet - Black HSL2 Lift Front Passive Lens 14982 would fit on Jackson SC-6 Hard Hat - Type I, Class C, G,  Safety Cap and Jackson Mounting Blade Kit 187-S 15968
    Submitted by: Cyberweld on January 6, 2020

    Scot M
    from IL asked:
    October 28, 2018
    Can you put an auto lense inside this model? If so, is there one that is recomended?
    1 Answer
    Jackson Welding Helmet - Black HSL2 Passive Lens 14982 will accept: Miller Auto-Darkening Welding Lens - 2 X 4 Fixed Shade 10 770226 Miller Auto-Darkening Welding Lens - 2 X 4 Fixed Shade 9 770659
    Submitted by: Cyberweld on October 29, 2018

    from Seattle, WA asked:
    February 14, 2017
    Is the 20696 (370) headgear included with helmet?
    1 Answer
    The Jackson 370 Headgear 20696 is included with the helmet.
    Submitted by: Customer Service on February 15, 2017

    from Lebanon TN asked:
    November 15, 2015
    will it hold a cheater
    1 Answer
    Yes.. The lens retainer used in the Jackson Welding Helmet - HSL2 Passive Lens 14982 is designed to accept a cheater lens
    Submitted by: Customer Service on November 16, 2015

    from pa asked:
    April 16, 2013
    where can i get the replacement rubber lens holder for the flip up visor, if mine has shrunk from use and lets in light
    1 Answer
    The gasket you are need for the Jackson Welding Helmet - HSL2 Passive Lens 14982 is available as part of a Jackson helmet repair kit part# 24523.. $9.44.. We do not have this item on our site and it would be special order..
    Submitted by: Customer Service on April 16, 2013

    Antonio V
    from Linden New Jersey asked:
    October 2, 2012
    Hello I would like to install a shade 12 or 13 lens on this helmet. Can you please tell me which brand to purchase and where i can purchase it?
    1 Answer
    The Jackson Welding Helmet - HSL2 Passive Lens 14982 takes standard 2 x 4 1/4 lenses. Follow the link to purchase http://store.cyberweld.com/jahswehe2.html#pdItemDataTabs
    Submitted by: Customer Service on October 2, 2012

    Review Summary
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    100% Recommend this product (7 of 7 responses)
    By Ryan G.
    California, Sacramento
    When a product reaches perfection.
    July 22, 2017
    Jackson has truly reached perfection in this hood. It does everything a hood should do, and better than any other hoods I've owned. I have owned, Jackson Truesight: Too heavy, top heavy, Miller Titanium flip vison: Too heavy, crappy flip mechanism, horrible headgear, overly complicated, Speedglas 9100xx: Too wide hard to fit in tight spots. Fibremetal Pipeliner, I love this hood but I'm not a pipe welder, I weld and fit up trains the pipe liner lacks sufficient neck protection for the high amp MIG I run daily. This hood has the best neck protection of all the hoods I've owned, the best headgear, it's the lightest, easiest to fit into tight spots and the cover lenses are 15$ for a box of 100. I threw in an auto dark lens in mine and the rest of my hoods are either sold or in storage. The company I work for supplies a Miller Titanium PAPR, and Miller Titanium flip front but I can't stand them, too heavy I stick to what is in my eyes perfection in a welding hood (For the kind of work I do). I hope and pray Jackson keeps this design for years to come, nothing needs changing.

    My 2 cents.
    ProsLight weight Excellent neck protection Standard size lens, easy to find, cheap as dirt Best headgear on the market Hood stays up when it needs to Narrow design makes tight spots a breeze Flip front makes transition from welding to grinding less of a burden No need for a grinding shield Rugged as all hell, it takes a beating Smaller sized viewing area is preferred, less back light and fogging
    By Bernie
    central Ark.
    Very good helmet
    January 16, 2017
    I like it because it is not auto shade type, with the auto shades I have experienced those helmets would change from a lighter shade to darker when doing welding on very thin stainless when I was welding aircraft parts.
    ProsNo batteries, lens cheaper, you can count on a product because it is durable.
    ConsI would like to see this with a 4" flip up lense
    By Stephanie
    Weld helmet
    March 13, 2016
    Great quality for the price.
    ConsPaid for 2 day shipping on a Wednesday, didn't receive til the following Tuesday. Due to item not being processed til Friday.
    By David W.
    Jackson Welding Helmet - HSL2 Passive Lens 14982
    February 26, 2016
    I like this welding helmet very much. The head band is comfortable. The helmet locks back in the up position securely too! I like the flip - up front lens because I use An auto - darkening ArcOne S240 - 10 shade filter lens. If I am starting A tack or A weld in A shadowed space, I can still flip the front lens up to see where to start; point the MIG gun into position, close the flip lens and then pull the trigger. Hence, I have the best of both worlds! The helmet is very light weight too.
    ProsVersatility and light weight need I say more!!
    Cons NONE!!
    By Mitchera
    Best Hood I have ever owned
    February 18, 2016
    I have been using this hood for years, I have always have despised ADF. This was the best choice i have made.

    I always hated ADF because they are over priced, they were often times heavy. They run on at most times unreplaceable batteries which dysfunction, and when they do, it flashes in my face and gives me welders flash. The general construction with autotint hoods usually lack because of economic reasons. The shells are usually flimsy, headgear lower quality, and all minds of stupid settings that waste your time and are very unresponsive and the shade is not exactly what the dial says it is. Unless you spend $175- $1000 range, if not they just plain junk.I believe this technology is too young to be so spread out in the market.

    I really believe that a fixed passive shade is the true answer. Because is works no matter what and will never fail you. And if you can memorize where your hand was, it is easy to very precise. You will never get welders flash.

    I would completely recomend gold plated lens, as they have superior vision, keeps you cooler, more ergonomic, and because it reflects harmful rays, it keeps your eyes from getting tired and fatigue.

    Anyways lets talk about this hood. I love it for its simplicity, no settings, no worry for battery failure, nothing, just carry along and weld all day. The front flip adds to its usefullness, making it an instant face shield. I could grind, inspect welds closely, and chip slag off with chipping hammer or whire wheel. The front flip also completely shields my face front flying hot d3bris from slag. I also like its easy to use headgear. Quick to operate, but is not the most comfortable, I will add a softs pad on the back for comfort. I also love the shell, it is very rugged, can withstand high amp applications. I also use it for overhead quite easily, unlike my autotint that the shell melted when one little drop of molten metal landed on it. I also like the gasket because it protects my fragile gold lenses. No light leaks through at all. It is very cheap to maintain, as it does have the standard 4 1/4"x 2" lens, you can replace all of the three covers lens under a dollar. It is also roomy enough for a respirator. It is also hard hat adaptable. Sweet.

    Here are some flaws this hood suffers. from some minor flaws, such as, the filp up mechanism is quite weak, and even rarely jams. I had to completely lift it, unlike other mechanisms all I have to do is flick up. But it does go down easily. I also dislike that the assembly inside of front part is all together held down by a metal wire, it should at least be a a plastic bushing like most front flips, at least it is not as bad as HSL 100. This makes it harder to open and wven harder to close. the insude cover lens is extremely hard to replace as you need to press hard and slide it under a groove.

    Overall excellent hood
    ProsEasy and quick to use headgear Lightweight Good for tight corners and spaces Recommend use for overhead Excellent for high heat applications. Extremely cheap to maintain Hard hat compatible. Can be used while wearing respirator Very light Front flip adds the use of a face shield Can be upgraded with ADF 4 1/4" X 2" filter (not me) Recomended use with gold plated filter lens
    Cons-The headgear is quite uncomfortable -The front assembly is all held together by a wire make it harder to replace cover lens -filter plate that comes with it is garbage throw it out -Replacing the inside cover lens is extremely difficult -Front flip mechanism is quite weak making it harder to operate
    By Jordan
    Franklin Va
    great helmet for tube work.
    January 1, 2015
    Great for use in boilers and tight spaces. one tough shield
    By James
    Awesome hood
    August 18, 2013
    I've owned a Jackson hood before , decided to use another brand after wearing out
    the first one. As always you can't find good quality hoods, so I went back to what I knew
    was a good welding hood.
    ProsThe headband is great, it's lightweight so you don't get a neck ache. The narrow design is great for working in tight spaces.
    ConsThe only thing I can think of is the retaining clip for the lens could be a bit better. Sometimes it tends to slip of the edge of the lens.