Vista, CA (PRWEB) October 10, 2012
FoxFury Lighting Solutions will be exhibiting at next week's NC/SC IAAI Training Conference in Myrtle Beach, SC. This is the joint conference for the North Carolina Chapter & South Carolina Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators, which runs October 15-17. FoxFury will feature its LED fire helmet lights and portable, rechargeable LED area light and spotlight at its booth.
Fire and arson investigators must carefully observe, record and document a fire scene. One of the most powerful ways of doing so is via photography. Often times fire damage limits or completely destroys lighting in and around structures. Since sunlight is not always available at scenes, quality portable lighting is needed to best observe and photograph scenes.
FoxFury offers innovative application-specific LED lights. Its portable lighting solutions enable investigators to see what needs to be seen without the danger and hassle of heavy generators, tangled cords and costly gasoline.
FoxFury will showcase the following in its booth:
"FoxFury will have a range of lights for firefighters and investigators at our booth at Myrtle Beach. Please stop by to demo our lights and see how they can make your job safer and easier," said Tim Ellwood, LE / Military Sales Manager of FoxFury.
The NC/SC IAAI Joint Conference (also billed as the 16th Annual Fire Investigative Approaches Training Seminar) runs October 15-17. The show will be held at the Landmark Resort Hotel in Myrtle Beach, SC.
About FoxFury Lighting Solutions:
FoxFury Lighting Solutions creates unique and cutting edge lighting products that reflect the needs of our customers, who demand quality and dependability. FoxFury is best known for its niche LED headlamps designed for specific markets including Fire, Industrial, Hazardous Area, Law Enforcement, Forensics and Recreational. FoxFury was formed in 2003 and operates out of Vista, CA USA.
About the NCIAAI and SCIAAI:
The North Carolina Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators (NCIAAI) and South Carolina Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators (SCIAAI) are two of the 63 Chapters of the International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI). The NCIAAI was formed in 1975 while the SCIAAI was formed in 1979. Both chapters consist of personnel from the fire service, law enforcement, insurance, and legal fields and promote the profession of Fire/Arson investigation and provide professional training throughout South Carolina (SCIAAI) and North Carolina (NCIAAI).