Hamburg, New York (PRWEB) February 22, 2013
KH’s feed-through Quad Lights are ideal for temporary and portable illumination during manufacturing, maintenance, and repair operations. Quad Lights can be used as a single light source, or up to 12 lights can be daisy chained together for a continuous temporary lighting system.
Designed to resist breakage through the use of shatter resistant materials, the Quad Light features shatter resistant polycarbonate tubeshields, an aluminum backbone that provides structural support, along with rubber end caps that stay intact during drops and falls, and lamp shock absorbers to reduce bulb breakage.
Maintenance professionals appreciate the Quad Lights easy bulb replacement, self-serviceable replacement parts along with K&H’s full service repair program.
The Quad Light is available in two light output configurations:
Model QL417: 68 watts, 5,200 lumens. Measuring 28" long x 7" wide and 6" deep the compact and rugged design is well suited for narrow and small spaces when bright light output is required. The QL417 is used for helicopter and aircraft cabin maintenance lighting, tunnel illumination, temporary emergency shelter lighting systems, and facility maintenance and repair lighting.
Model QL432: 128 watts, 11,800 lumens. Measuring 52" long x 7" wide and 6" deep, yet only weighing only 17 lbs, the QL432 offers intense brightness and is used for large scale manufacturing lighting in the marine, aerospace, transportation, and military sectors, as well as emergency tent shelter lighting, and overall facility maintenance and repair lighting.
The Quad Light's flexible installation options include, adjustable mounting straps for horizontal or vertical use either from straight or angled beams, 45 degree angled feet for horizontal use, and vertical use in standing position.
K&H Quad Lights are Made in the USA and C/US CSA certified.
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KH Industries is leading USA manufacturer of temporary lighting and power solutions for the utility, aviation, fleet, construction, manufacturing, chemical, petroleum and marine industries.