Leading safety equipment expert OnSite Support will be demonstrating the new lightweight Constructor LED Rechargeable Work Light at London Build Expo on 26-27 October at London’s Olympia Exhibition Centre.
This high performance work light with a dimmer switch function, can be used for fit-outs in dark spaces and other construction activities which require well-lit work areas.
The Constructor LED Rechargeable Work Light comes in a compact locking-case making it easy to transport and store and quick to set up and take down. With an IP65 rating and two 30-watt power lights, it offers up to 3,600 lumens of bright LED light for 2.5 hours on full battery power. It also has a rechargeable 240v plug and eliminates the need for trailing leads, replacing bulbs and 3kVA transformer.
Compared to equivalent powered halogen work lights, the long-lasting Constructor LED Rechargeable Work Light provides more light and increased durability with less power consumption making it more energy-efficient.
“This really is the most economical and innovative portable work light currently available in the market which can provide the proper bright lighting conditions needed for snagging and working in enclosed spaces such as ceiling voids, loft spaces or surveying a project outside,” says Damian Lynes, OnSite Support’s lighting expert. “At this time of year when the days are getting darker, this work light’s flexible design means it can be hung in a number of ways or positioned on a tripod to light up a large workspace.”
The Constructor LED Rechargeable Work Light is also extremely robust and purpose-built for challenging construction environments.
“Unlike traditional lighting systems this work light is reliable and safer because it’s not prone to overheating,” explains Damian. “It’s also environmentally safe and doesn’t have the disposal and toxic recycling issues of fluorescent tubes which contain phosphor and mercury contaminants.”
Click here for more information about the new Constructor LED Rechargeable Work Light or visit us on STAND D89 at London Build 2016, 26-27 October at the Olympia Exhibition Centre in London.