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Peli unveils new 3345Z0 ATEX torch at SICUR 2018

Posted 15 January 2018 · Add Comment

Peli will unveil its latest lighting innovation for safety professionals, the 3345Z0 ATEX torch, before its official launch, at the International Security, Safety & Fire Exhibition (SICUR 2018), Madrid, Spain (20-23 Feb).



The 3345Z0 with ATEX certification Zone 0 (Cat. 1) incorporates innovative dual beams: spot & flood. This is Peli’s first torch offering the auto dimming feature. When it is activated, it will adapt the spot light output based on ambient light or proximity. The flood beam LED on the side of the torch can be used simultaneously for reading while needing to illuminate a working area.

This torch offers up to 267 lumens, a runtime of up to 13 hours, and includes a full-time battery level indicator and a practical built-in pocket clip.

At the show Peli will also showcase the 9455Z0 RALS, the first and only RALS with safety certifications for global use. The 9455Z0 RALS is the safest product in its category thanks to its three global safety certifications: The European ATEX Zone 0 (Cat. 1), IECEx ia and North American CI, D1. All of them make it the perfect choice for working in high-risk industries, regardless of the location in the World. The 9455Z0 is a compact 7,3 kg portable area lighting system, easy to hand carry and to set up. Its powerful LEDs radiate 1.600 lumens in high and 800 in low with a run time up to 10 hours. The system offers a wide beam spread of 125º of clean energy that illuminates the entire area preventing workplace injuries.  It features a telescoping mast that extends to 80 cm and a 360º articulating light array.

It will also present the 3415MZ0 Zone 0 (Category 1) ATEX safety-certified compact work light. It generates over 336 lumens, providing up to 15 hours of runtime as well as a beam distance of up to 135 meters. Driven by only 3AA batteries, the 3415MZ0 is equipped with both a spot and flood LED. This allows for close-up as well as distant lighting needs. The articulating head and built in clip provide hands-free and handheld options so you can direct the light wherever is needed. It also includes an integrated magnet that can be hold anywhere expanding its hands-free applications, making it a truly multi-task torch designed to bring great value to your lighting needs.

Since 1976, Peli offers the toughest cases in the market and a vast array of safety-certified lighting systems preferred by professionals of the petrochemical, pharmaceutical, mining and other high-risk industries, in addition to firefighters, police and military.

 

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