Years ago temporary lighting was little more than strung wire with pigtails, but today’s hand lamps, stringers, floodlights and extension lights are brighter, safer and more energy-efficient than ever before.
McGill, a brand of Emerson Industrial Automation, offers contractors a host of temporary and portable lighting solutions. These necessary tools of the trade create a safe work environment on construction sites or when a contractor is working in confined, dark spaces.
McGill 5000 Series Extension Lights have long-life Levolier switches, plus are UL Listed and CSA Certified to withstand the most adverse industrial applications, indoors and outdoors. Especially attractive for industrial users is the exclusive NO-ROL™ cage that enables the light to be accurately positioned on virtually any level surface.
String-O-Lights(r) Temporary Lighting Systems are now offered in a commercial-duty, flat-wire version that meets OSHA and NEC requirements. The flat-wire String-O-Lights are a cost-effective option for temporary lighting. They are available in packages containing five to ten socket-and-cage assemblies on 50- to 200-foot lengths of cable. To assure fast installation, as well as hassle-free relamping, a patented cage design snaps open and closed without the need for tools. The safety yellow cages are built from durable, impact-resistant plastic and accommodate up to 200-watt lamps.
McGill 13-Watt fluorescent “Rough Service” Worklights are ideal for electrical contractors, maintenance personnel and professionals in the construction industry who need bright, low-voltage lighting in an impact-proof design. Highlights of the lamp’s rough service design include a break-resistant scratch guard; an under-the-handle on/off switch that is water- and dust-resistant; a printed circuit, solid state ballast protected against voltage surges up to 18 volts; and a rubber bumper and handle that safeguards the light against impact.
For more information, call 800-621-1506. On the Web, www.mcgillelectrical.com.