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Peli introduces its 2315Z0 safety torch

Posted 2 September 2021 · Add Comment

Peli Products (Peli) has introduced the ATEX Zone 0 safety certified Peli 2315Z0 torch that stretches light across dark, hazardous environments without being a source of ignition



Image courtesy Peli / Maximiliano Rotunno

“This high-performing new torch is built Peli tough and offer streamlined, versatile choices for use in both work and home settings,” said Piero Marigo, Managing Director EMEA. “A dependable torch is crucial in the field and this model provides solid everyday-carry lighting.”

The Peli 2315Z0 Torch features ATEX Zone 0 (Cat. 1) certification for worry-free use in hazardous environments. It shines 115 lumens, 75 metres of spot beam distance and delivers a six-hour run time.

The torch is powered by 2AA alkaline batteries (included) and features an IPX8 waterproof rating, an aluminum core and ABS overmoulded plastic construction for surviving rough handling and hard drops. Additionally, the sturdy clip attaches to a work vest for fast access and the momentary tail switch is easy to acitvate even when using heavy-duty work gloves. The light is served with a rugged helmet bracket.

With the launch of the 2315Z0 light, Peli keeps on strengthening its position in the ATEX light market. Marigo said “Our goal is to serve an ATEX certified torch for whatever your requirements are.”

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