Petrel - HazardEx 2014 Exhibitor
18 December 2013
Petrel Limited manufactures lighting and control equipment for use in hazardous areas.
The company was established over 30 years ago and aims to provide safe, reliable, high quality products, designed for use in the rigorous and demanding environments classified as hazardous areas. The products offer a simple yet robust design philosophy to ensure that customers can choose the Petrel brand with confidence whatever the application.
HazardEx 2014 Conference & Exhibition
Based at its manufacturing facility in Birmingham UK, the business maintains a long tradition of high quality design, development and production under a strict quality regime to deliver a high level product and service package to customers in the UK, European and International markets.
To complement the existing portfolio of Zone 1 and 2 products, Petrel has recently entered the LED market to provide customers with hazardous area lighting solutions that carry the benefits of longer life, lower maintenance and reduced energy consumption. Being solid state components LEDs are also less prone to damage and external shock making them ideal for use in harsh environments. This technology continues to develop at a considerable pace and the Petrel LED offer utilises the very latest technology to ensure that customers can achieve the optimum benefits in terms of light output and reduced maintenance.
Petrel Exhibiting at HazardEx 2014
The very latest product to be launched by Petrel is a portable light fitting. The PLX range is designed for use in a wide variety of Zone 1/21 hazardous area applications. Manufactured solely in the UK, it will provide users with a robust, reliable solution whilst remaining light enough to be carried around on site with ease. Available in both fluorescent and LED version, this product utilises the very latest in lighting technology to deliver high levels of lighting in a truly portable fitting.
For more information on any of the Petrel range, please contact us as below:
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