Package of 6 - Genuine Miller Coolbelt™ replacement filters for your Coolbelt™ belt-mounted cooling system.
Miller CoolBelt Welding Helmet Cooling System 245230
Miller® CoolBelt™ Welding Helmet Cooling System 245230
The Miller® Coolbelt™ helps eliminate heat stress by reducing the temperature up to 17 degrees F under your Miller welding hood. Easily integrated into all current Miller welding helmet models, (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE T-94™ SERIES), the Coolbelt delivers maximum air flow performance to keep welders going all day. Multiple air speeds with directional control provide air movement over the face and head, keeping the welder cool, removing stagnant air and decreasing lens fog.
Reduced head and body temperature keeps employees cooler, improving comfort and reducing heat fatigue.
Comes complete with
NOTE: For Miller welding helmets ONLY.
Warning: The Miller CoolBelt™ IS NOT a welding respirator.
Genuine Miller Coolbelt™ replacement battery for your Miller Coolbelt™ welding helmet cooling system.
- "O"Timmm-AAaayyy!!!" of West Central M.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars1 hour agoBest streamlined cooling system out there
I've had my CoolBelt system for 5-plus years!
In the summer months; welding at or near a table, with a great assortment of mid-to-lighter gage material, this thing always works great in keeping me cool, and my safety glasses & inside lens cover free of fog.
The batteries (one came with the system, while I purchased another for" near-zero" down time with product usage) have finally gone Ka-Püt, as I do not recall how many charge cycles they've achieved! Time to buy new ones!!
& Do Remember:
**This is a "mildly filtered" Cooling System!**
If welding in confined areas; such as inside tanks/large canisters, A person NEEDS A SUPPLIED SOURCE Of CLEAN, FULLY FILTERED AIR via a PAPR (Powered Air Purifying Respirator); with a tight/or Very Snug Face seal to Keep 100% of the particulate AND fine Fume from reaching ones lungs!
And, Miller offers this! (Along with a few other advanced, safety-minded companies).
Replacement parts are available. My headgear broke three years in, and my company was able to get just a headgear.
A coworker's air hose got pinched and cut, and we were able to get him a replacement hose.
-Now, it takes a little digging to find the replacement part numbers, but individual replacement parts can be found.
Basically, remember to change filters according to the work you're doing (how much fume is "hanging around" you), try to have another small fan blowing "cleaner"air towards/across your back (but not affecting your welding shielding gas); as this will ensure the…
- MBMichael B.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars2 years agoWorks as advertised
I use it during the warmer months and it does keep your head cool. It also keeps most of the weld smoke out of your helmet. I mainly weld aluminum.
- RMRamos m.I do not recommend this productRated 1 out of 5 stars4 years agoBad product
I would not buy this product the headband will not hold your helmet in place I have tried everything I know to do . I give it a one star because the fan works good. Sorry product
- JSJacob S.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars4 years agoFor what it is...
So... after modifying this to fit into my (other brand) welding helmet, it worked fine. It just didn't produce much air flow. For a unit, I could barely feel the air. When I looked under the filter, I saw that the intake had been designed to seriously restrict airflow, by only allowing air to enter the fan through about a 1 inch central hole. I drilled a dozen holes in the plastic casing so more air could get into the fan. Now, it works well. I bought an extra battery, once I decided I liked it, so I can work long shifts.
I did still get bronze poisoning while mig welding silicon bronze. This unit is not a fume extraction device. It does, however, feed cleaner air from under the smoke layer when welding at a table.
Its heavy, and is not comfortable to have it pulling backwards on the helmet, but that might just be my Jerry riggn at fault.
Overall, I'm glad I bought it.
- MEMarc E.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars4 years agoMakes 9 hours under the hood bearable.
I weld in an all-steel building, the heat generated under the hood is miserable. My son who can make anything rigged up a computer fan for me, it worked but it just blew dirty air down and I sucked it in all day. After a bout with asthmatic bronchitis, my wife bought me this Miller Cool Belt. What a difference this made, the air coming down over my face is clean and it makes my 9 hour days so much easier. I looked at the filter after one day and it was black. Scary to think this was going into my lungs before this. I wear it every day, bought an extra battery and several packs of air filters. Highly recommend this to all welders.