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Larson Electronics Introduces Adjustable Telescoping Boiler Light

 

Larson Electronics introduced a high power boiler inspection light that offers the versatility of an adjustable light tower and the high power of metal halide illumination.

The WALBL-1000WMH Boiler Light features a foldable and extendable tower assembly and a wheeled support base. A single 1,000 watt metal halide lamp produces 110,000 lumens of light output, making it ideal for boiler inspection activities as well as general work area illumination, the company says.

The light operates similarly to standard light towers, but can be folded over at an angle to allow positioning the lamp assembly through standard boiler access doors. The light boom is extendable and can be lengthened or shortened to provide added maneuverability and is fitted with an added drop down support leg to improve stability when fully extended. 

The main boom and base assembly is constructed of heavy duty steel for high strength and durability and has been powder coated to provide a tough finish that resists the effects of rust and corrosion. 

The base is equipped with four solid wheels that have been specially designed to allow rolling over rough surfaces such as floor grates and are fitted with built in wheel locks to hold the system in position once placed. 

The ballast assembly for the metal halide lamp has been mounted to the base for added stability and features a powder coated steel enclosure for protection and 120 - 277 VAC compatibility with standard voltages. 

The light fixture is constructed of spun aluminum with a ceramic socket and tempered glass lens for strength and durability. 

For more information: www.larsonelectronics.com

 

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