Our "New Generation" of autodarkening welding filters incorporates advanced Angular Dependence Compensation plus (ADC plus) technology, and uses a revolutionary concept of liquid crystals. The premise is based on High Twist Light Shutter technology (HTLS), together with optimization of other parts of optical assembly allowing for substantially improved angular dependence.
With this new ADC plus technology, Balder gained the DIN Plus certificates with best possible optical test results (1/1/1/1) for the whole range of ADC plus products. Moreover, company Balder presented the world's first ADF's rated 1/1/1/1 and the world's first ADF's rated with class 1 for angular dependence and by this set up the new standards in the welding technology.
The advantage of the new filter with ADC plus compared to those with standard technology is a uniform shade level over all of the viewing area, without noticeable and annoying brighter or darker lines on the upper and lower parts of the said viewing area; observed within ± 30° to the normal to the filter.