When safety counts, Streamlight has the solution
Published on 12 November 2008
For industrial technicians and firefighters who work daily in hazardous conditions - where flammable gases or vapors can ignite with little or no warning - having a trusted flashlight can make all the difference.
Streamlight® offers the most extensive line-up of lights that meet that test every day for firefighters and for workers in frequently dangerous locations, ranging from petroleum refineries and utility gas plants to aircraft hangars and fuel-service areas.
In fact, Streamlight boasts 13 flashlight models that have earned the highest safety designation - Division 1, Class 1 - from Underwriters Laboratories Inc. for use in confined spaces and areas where flammable gases or liquids or ignitable fibers or flyings may be present under normal operating conditions.
Industrial safety officers spend a lot of time making sure their facilities and practices meet OSHA compliance. With a wide array of safety-rated flashlights and an understanding of the often-critical role they play in securing the safety of workers and facilities alike, Streamlight provides the solutions safety officers need.
Industrial workers, for example, often rely on Streamlight's 3AA HAZ-LO. It's not only a top-rated Division 1, Class 1 headlamp, it's also the most popular with a 1-watt super high flux LED and long runtime. The Survivor® LED right-angle lights, also rated as Division 1, Class 1 are favorites of firefighters and rescue workers for their toughness, compact size and reliability. The entire Streamlight line of Division 1, Class 1-rated Propolymer® flashlights features a body constructed of a polymer engineering resin that is virtually indestructible, shock resistant and non-conductive.
As Streamlight Chief Operating Officer Ray Sharrah said, "Industrial technicians and firefighters deserve to have the security of knowing their flashlights will perform under the most hazardous conditions. Streamlight's roster of top safety-rated lights demonstrates our commitment to meet that challenge."
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