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Fluke introduces Fluke Intrinsically Safe Flashlights

October 012018
Fluke introduces Fluke Intrinsically Safe Flashlights

October 1, 2018 –Fluke, a supplier of intrinsically safe (EX) measurements tools, expands its line of EX products with the Fluke Intrinsically Safe Flashlights. The flashlights are designed for general purpose lighting, but also offer a design specific for safe use in hazardous work sites in oil and gas, petrochemical, pharmaceutical processing, mining, paint shops, and other potentially explosive areas.

There are four models available to fit any workload:

  • FL-45 EX – This IP67-rated, 45-lumen pocket-sized light is suitable for lighting in small, crowded spaces or wherever light is needed. It features a clip to keep it secure in a pocket.
  • FL-120 EX – This IP6X-rated, 120-lumen light fits in a tool belt and features an ergonomic design with an over-molded rubber grip and a push-button for high and low light modes.
  • FL-150 EX – This IP67-rated, 150-lumen light fits in a tool belt and offers high, low, and strobe light modes to provide light wherever and whenever needed.
  • HL-200 EX – This IP67-rated, 200-lumen headlamp securely grips a hardhat, leaving technicians’ hands free for whatever the job demands. The light features an adjustable angle, as well as high and low light modes.

From digital multimeters, to multifunction process calibrators, “Stik” thermometers, flashlights, and more, Fluke offers a full line of safe, trusted, safety-certified, intrinsically safe tools for everyday use in hazardous environments.

About Fluke

Founded in 1948, Fluke Corporation is a specialist in professional electronic test tools and software for measuring and condition monitoring. Fluke customers are technicians, engineers, electricians, maintenance managers, and metrologists who install, troubleshoot, and maintain industrial, electrical, and electronic equipment and calibration processes.

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