Hazardous Area Lighting news from Petrel

Petrel have been at the forefront in developing new LED lighting technologies for hazardous areas as the industry moves forward to more efficient lighting solutions.

As part of this development strategy, we have introduced a number of LED area flood products ranging from 85 watt up to 150w to replace traditional sodium, mercury and metal halide low & high bay solutions.

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Petrel Limited are proud to have been awarded with the internationally recognised ISO 9001:2015 in recognition of their commitment in ensuring that customers get consistent, high quality products and services.

The Certificate of Recognition from the ISO credits effective quality management systems and is the world’s most widely recognised benchmark for QMS and the only standard that can be certified. It is based upon specific quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and commitment to continual improvement.

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We are delighted to announce that Stuart Head has joined Petrel in January 2018.

Stuart offers a wealth of experience in the lighting and hazardous area industry having worked in the industry for over 15 years. During his career, he has been influential in the design, validation and management of some of the most modern LED ATEX luminaires as well as helping end users understand the ever changing world of lighting and hazardous areas.

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The team at Petrel are looking forward to strengthening their range with a collection of new LED lighting products being produced at their manufacturing site in the Midlands. The first of these will be the very latest version of the already popular LED Area Light – an 85 watt alternative. This new Area Light variant delivers the same class leading output figures of up to 156 luminaire lumens per Watt. This new development is also more suitable for lower mounting heights, and is suitable for lowbay applications.

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