FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

WHI Safeguard to unleash their new Cone Safety Lamp

United Kingdom – April 28th, 2017 – Following the launch of the STACKA Barrier Lamp at the end of 2016, the progressive Safety Lamp manufacturers WHI Safeguard will now introduce their Cone Safety Lamp during the second quarter of 2017. With the ever-increasing need to ensure and upgrade public safety, WHI Safeguard is releasing a cost-effective and convenient lighting solution that provides maximum visibility for traffic cones. The product has been developed to retrofit a broad range of cones that are currently available, with a particular focus on the numerous 750mm options. The Cone Lamps have a secure, robust, durable design made from polycarbonate and are manufactured to withstand harsh environments, with all parts impact resistant. The 360 Degree amber lenses provide maximum visibility for up to 1500 Hours from just two standard AA batteries and comply with the British and European Standard for traffic control equipment, warning and safety light devices (BS EN 12352: 2006, L1).

“Our LED technology allows us to provide cost-effective alternatives for many different Construction and Streetwork applications and we are very excited to add this Cone Lamp to our expanding product line”, said Steven Hooper, Director WHI Safeguard Ltd.

In keeping with the progressive reputation of WHI Safeguard, the Cone Lamps exemplify the leading traffic management products of this LED safety lamp supplier. With a range of superior features, all of WHI Safeguard’s designs have been developed to provide ultimate function at top value. Their products not only challenge the present status quo in Health & Standard regulations, but also strive to enhance and upgrade standards throughout the Streetworks industry.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
Steven Hooper, Director

Tel. 01753 325101

 

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Hazard Lighting Takes a Leap Forward with STACKA Barrier Safety Lamps
United Kingdom – September 7th, 2016 – Construction areas and roadside works pose potential hazards to workers, pedestrians and drivers who are passing by the sites. In response to a vital need to ensure and upgrade public safety, WHI Safeguard has released their new and innovative STACKA Barrier Safety Lamp, a convenient lighting solution that provides maximum visibility. Manufactured with an innovative design and high quality materials, the STACKA Barrier Lamps comply with the British and European Standard for traffic control equipment warning and safety light devices (BS EN 12352: 2006, L1).

STACKA Barrier Safety Lamps are manufactured to retrofit simply and easily to all types of roadway barriers. Designed with special consideration for high convenience and low maintenance, these Safety Lamps are fully stackable, so barriers can be positioned, collected, and stored with no need to remove the attached lamps. Powered by 2 x AA alkaline batteries, they are extremely cost-effective and continue to shine for up to 6 times longer than the current competition on the market. With an integrated photocell that is activated by darkness, the Lamps feature two optional settings: flashing and static/steady.

The STACKA Lamps have a robust, durable design made from polycarbonate, fit to be deployed for all industrial usages. Stainless steel hexagon security screws are made to withstand the tests of time, outdoor elements and rough use.

In keeping with the progressive reputation of WHI Safeguard, STACKA Barrier Lamps exemplify the leading security management products of this LED safety light supplier. With a range of superior features, all of WHI Safeguard’s designs have been developed to provide ultimate function at top value. Their products not only challenge the present status quo in Health & Standard regulations, but also strive to enhance and upgrade standards throughout the construction industry.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
Steven Hooper, Christopher Wright, Directors

Tel. 01753 325101

Email – info@whisafeguard.com

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