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Peli introduces 3410M and 3415MZ0 torches

Posted 11 October 2017 · Add Comment

Peli Products has introduced versatile professional-grade torches with the Peli 3410M (Magnet) LED and the ATEX Certified Peli 3415MZ0 Zone 0 (Cat.1).


With an articulating head that changes the light angle, a magnetic clip for hands-free lighting and dual spot/flood beams, these torches will perform in just about any situation.

The 3410M photoluminescent torch (right) is ideal for diverse uses, from industrial, construction and electrical to mechanics or plumbing; while the ATEX safety-certified 3415MZ0 model is ideal for using in hazardous areas by professionals from oil & gas, fire & rescue and defence industries.

“Meaningful innovation is in Peli’s DNA and these new models represent the next step in the evolution of professional lighting,” said Piero Marigo, Peli Products EMEA Managing Director. “The efficiency of the latest LED technology, well-thought out features and legendary Peli engineered toughness makes this light perfect for use in just about any situation a worker might encounter.”

To focus brightness where it is needed, these new multitasking work lights are designed with a 90 degree articulating head that converts the light from a handheld position to a variable right-angle light. They also include three lighting options: flood (wide), spot (focused) or flood/spot combined (which allows for both closed space visibility and distance lighting).

The integrated clip easily attaches to a pocket or vest for easy hands-free illumination. In addition, both models feature a powerful magnet that adheres to nearly any metal surface, including automobile hoods, trucks, conduits or water lines.

The Peli 3410M model offers three high performance lighting modes: high, medium and low. When set on the highest mode, it projects a powerful 653 lumens and delivers a beam distance of 184 metres. A run time of 61 hours is provided in the low mode. This torch is available in a glow in the dark photoluminescent material, making it easy to locate whenever the lights go out.

With the ultimate safety certification of ATEX Zone 0 (Category 1), the Peli 3415MZ0 provides the security needed for almost any hazardous location. Offered in a 'high visibility yellow' colour, it generates over 336 lumens, providing up to 15 hours of runtime as well as a beam distance of up to 135 metres.

Both models carry a submersible IPX8 ingress protection which allows use in the most inclement conditions, run on three AA batteries (not included) and are covered by Peli’s lifetime warranty.

 

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