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Peli products for caving: Discover our headlights

When it’s about caving, our headlights lead the way. Leave your hands free with the most powerful, practical and yet comfortable headlights on the market. Peli ProGear 2870 Headlight The brightest headlight ever made by Peli and, from now on, your one and only. Equipped with a very powerful LED that brings a clean and brilliant source of light of different…
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3715 LED Light review by Sebastien Lambert

Firefighter: Sebastien Lambert Country: France Peli Products 3715 LED Light The Peli 3715 Zone 0 LED Light is very convenient for its size, clip and flat lower part. It can be held in the hand or clipped on the fire jacket,  but also be placed on the ground to illuminate a large intervention area. It shines a really powerful light, but at the same time, thanks to the three strategically placed LEDs, useful to illuminate…
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The ATEX regulation and its implications to manufacturers & end users

ATEX, as we explained earlier last week, is the The European Regulatory Framework for Manufacture, Installation and Use of Equipment in Explosive Atmospheres, and today important changes in this legislation will be withdrawn. From today, the 2nd of April, the products manufacturers place in the market must conform to the new ATEX standard (EN 60079-0:2012). That means the products that…
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Introducing ATEX, the European Directive for Security in Explosive Atmospheres

ATEX is the European Regulatory Framework for Manufacture, Installation and Use of Equipment in Explosive Atmospheres. It’s long, but not half as complicated as it sounds. Certain areas, such as mines, chemical industries, oil and petrol exploitations, or fires, are under a high risk of explosion. Can you imagine the consequences a sparkle may have in a fire? The health…
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What keeps Peli lights shining?

Peli lights take three different types of batteries: alkaline, lithium and rechargeable. The proper use of these batteries can ensure their safety and endurance. Here are a few things to keep in mind when using each. Alkaline batteries are approved for explosive environments as long as the specified cell type manufacturer and brand names displayed on the flashlight are used.…
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