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Professional lighting at ACHEMA 2009

08 May 2009

Centaurea Oy is the Finnish designer and manufacturer of the portable CentaurSlam work lights for explosion-hazardous areas and other demanding industrial applications. The company is committed to enhancing safety at work in confined spaces and areas exposed to potentially explosive substances, such as flammable liquids, gases or dust.

Professional lighting at ACHEMA 2009
Professional lighting at ACHEMA 2009

The CentaurSlam range covers virtually every illumination need for temporary jobs in demanding environments. The fully portable CentaurSlam solutions are lightweight while designed to withstand strong physical stress. They provide intense and correctly targeted light needed for efficient work in dark and enclosed spaces. The CentaurSlam designs are optimised for simple use and maintenance, and certified to the latest requirements of ISO:9001:2000 and ATEX. The products include linking options both in hazardous and non-hazardous areas.Centaurea’s products and services range from customised lighting solutions to turn-key deliveries and professional support services, including Ex-certified and industrial work lights, expert and on-call services, as well as consultation and training.

Centaurea has recently launched two solutions for explosion-hazardous areas, both world firsts: CentaurSlam Trans 400EX, the truly portable step-down transformer for Zones 1 and 21, enables easy and risk-free work in confined spaces. CentaurSlam Hornet Emergency 18W+40W, the first truly portable emergency light, keeps exit routes illuminated even in power failures.

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