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Peli launches extra long-life ATEX Z0 torches

Posted 20 June 2017 · Add Comment

Adding to its ATEX safety-certified lighting options, Peli Products has introduced the unique ATEX Zone 0 (Category 1) compliant Peli 3315RZ0 and 3315RZ0-RA torches with 300% more life expectancy.


These new LED lights are powered by a revolutionary lithium ion rechargeable battery that provides a life expectancy of over 2,000 cycles, four times more than the 500 cycles that batteries usually last. Moreover, the 3315RZ0 and 3315RZ0-RA are engineered for use in Zone 0 hazardous environments, which makes them the perfect choice for professionals working in fire & rescue and other hazmat industries.

Lightweight and with a small compact design, it offers three lighting modes (high/low/flashing), providing up to 132 lumens of clear brilliant light and up to 34 hours of run time. Additionally, they feature a full-time battery level indicator conveniently integrated into the switch. Their ergonomic polymer bodies are engineered with a sure-grip texture and include a lanyard for security.

The 3315RZ0-RA (Right Angle) LED torch is equipped with an articulating head that includes an integrated stainless steel clip that allows for hands free applications.

Both lights boast an ingress protection level of IPX7, protecting against the harshest outdoor conditions and come with Peli’s lifetime guarantee.

 

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