Streamlight, a company based in Eagleville, PA, has been designing and manufacturing a broad array of high-powered lights, lanterns, weapon light/laser sighting devices, and scene lighting solutions for professional law enforcement, military, firefighting, industrial, automotive, and outdoor applications for more than 40 years.
Streamlight recently introduced a new intrinsically safe light, the 2AA ProPolymer®HAZ-LO®. The new alkaline-battery powered light, which features brighter C4® LED technology, is suitable for use in Division 1 hazardous locations faced by many industrial technicians and other professionals.
“Industrial workers rely on their flashlights to be able to perform their jobs safely no matter what the environment, including those that are potentially dangerous,” said Streamlight Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Michael F. Dineen. “This latest addition to our line of Division 1-rated products is designed for customers who are looking for even higher safety performance from their lighting tools.”
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Its smooth parabolic reflectors produce a tight beam that also helps to optimize peripheral illumination. In addition to its safety features, the 2AA ProPolymer HAZ-LO delivers brightness and run time for a variety of tasks. It provides 65 lumens, 2,300 candela peak beam intensity and a 96-meter beam distance, while offering a run time of 24 hours to 10% of its initial lumen output.
The light, available in Yellow or Black, sell for an MSRP of $32.96 and comes with Streamlight’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Division 1 2AA Propolymer HAZ-LO Specifications:
- C4® LED delivers 65 lumens; 2,300 candela; 96m beam distance; runs 24 hours
- Powered by 2 “AA” alkaline batteries (included)
- Smooth parabolic reflector produces a tight beam with optimum peripheral illumination
- Impact-resistant engineering polymer construction
- IPX7; waterproof to 1m for 30 minutes
- 1m impact resistance tested
- 6.40 in. (16.26 cm); 3.6 oz (100 grams) with batteries
- Available in black and yellow
To learn more about this and other Streamlight products visit www.streamlight.com
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/ Nov 11, 2014