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J.Führ: Avoid Accidents by using Warning Zone Lights

Thursday, 12 Apr 2018 ( #867 )
Warning Zone Lights
Connect, align, finished! This is how passive safety must work!

Mark the areas with an increased risk. Even if they are not stationary, but also move with the vehicle! Whether it is a tug truck, a forklift truck or gantry crane. J.Führ's Warning Zone Lights limit the risks of injury, not the use of your vehicles. They are mounted quickly and operate easily with their wide-range input of 12-110 V on almost any vehicle. Your employees do not need any briefing, because the function is self-explanatory.

Learn more about the different Types of Warning Zone Lights:

Periphery Light
Periphery Lights
A Periphery light draws a visible colored line on the ground which uniquely marks the boundary of a danger zone. These lights are ideal for the use on forklifts and lifting platforms.

Area Lights
Area Lights
With a Area light it’s possible to give an entire zone of increased danger into a distinctly and visibly light. This can effectively mark the entire danger area.

Spot Lights
Spot Lights
A spot light projects a clearly visible bright spot on the ground, wich points to an approaching danger. This principle is particularly suitable for narrow and unclear corridors and passages.

There are many different variants of brightness and color available. Thus you will always be able to have the right Warning Zone Light at hand.

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Visit J.Führ at CeMAT Hanover - Hall 26, K09

For more company or product information please contact:

J.Führ GmbH
Nils Krüger
+49 303300-20
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