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Scott FH4 Welding Hood with Hose

Scott FH4 Welding Hood with Hose

Scott

Stylish and modern. Lightweight & comfortable with fully adjustable ratchet headgear. *Does not include filters* Must be purchased with 1 of the following products: Code 659270 - (2026605) Auto Darkening Filter (Analogue) 2500V OR Code 659271 - (2026609) Auto Darkening Filter (Digital) 5500V.

Code: FH4

Scott

£96.35 Each (ex. VAT)

£115.62 inc. VAT
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Scott FH4 Welding Hood with Hose

The FH4 is suitable for a variety of welding applications whilst offering a comfortable lightweight solution. The headtop offers two distinct features that will allow the wearer ease of use and comfort. The Scott ratchet mechanism allows the wearer to secure the headtop in place and ensures an easy customisable fit, whilst the head cradle is pivotable allowing the user to ‘flip up’ the visor after welding. This visor can be securely locked in the upright position if required and pulled down in one simple movement. Stylish and modern. Lightweight & comfortable with fully adjustable ratchet headgear.

Must be purchased with 1 of the following products:

- Code 659270 - (2026605) Auto Darkening Filter (Analogue) 2500V

OR

- Code 659271 - (2026609) Auto Darkening Filter (Digital) 5500V

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Scott
Manufacturer Code FH4

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