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Peli introduces the 9455Z0 RALS

Posted 14 July 2017 · Add Comment

Peli has introduced the world's first Remote Area Lighting System (RALS) with multiple Safety Certifications for global use, which is designed to help enhance the safety of professionals working in high-risk environments worldwide.


The Peli 9455Z0 RALS holds three global safety certifications: the European ATEX Zone 0 (Cat. 1), IECEx ia and North American CI, D1. 

With the new Peli 9455Z0 RALS the company says it has created the safest product in its category.

“Peli leadership in lighting and safety solutions is backed by multiple patents owned by the company and continue to pioneer technologies that help the lighting industry leap forward in efficiency and reliability”, said Scott Jones, Director of Product Management, Lighting. “The new Peli 9455Z0 RALS with ATEX Zone 0, IECEx ia and CI, D1 Safety Certifications, reinforces Peli’s commitment to deliver safety products for the professional working in hazardous areas, regardless of their location in the world.”

Buit with versatility in mind, the 9455Z0 is a compact 7,3 kg portable area lighting system, adaptable to hand carry and easy to set up. Its safety certifications make it ideal for working in Oil & Gas refineries, Offshore platforms, Fire & Rescue brigades, Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical, among other high-risk industries.

Its powerful LEDs radiate 1.600 lumens in high and 800 in low which extends the run time up to 10 hours. Powered by a maintenance-free rechargeable battery, 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, a 360º articulating light array and a wide handle for easy gloved grip and transport. With an extremely durable, water-resistant (IP54) polymer construction, the 9455Z0 RALS is available in safety yellow colour.

 

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