Product News: Electrical Equipment & Systems, Test & Measuring Instruments
Extension Lights have PAR-38 lamps.
Press Release Summary:
October 10, 2002 - With models that range up to 200 W, Series 7000 PAR-38 Extension Lights suit temporary flood lighting and inspection applications. UL listed lights offer yellow, grease-resistant handles molded from neoprene rubber to prevent damage and deterioration. Open-cage is constructed of electrically welded 10-gauge steel wire. Models are available with optional Levolier switch mechanism, grounding clamp, or closed-end vinyl cage.
Original Press Release
McGill Extension Lights Feature Super-Bright PAR-38 Lamps
Press release date: September 19, 2002
SKOKIE, IL, September 19, 2002 - McGill, a member of the EGS Electrical Group, is offering extension lights featuring intense PAR-38 lamps in models that range up to 200 Watts. The super-bright lamps make McGill 7000 PAR-38 Extension Lights ideal for providing temporary flood lighting, as well as for the inspection of railroad cars, for checking the internal condition of large well pipes, or other applications requiring concentrated lighting.
McGill 7000-38 PAR-38 Extension Lights are designed to meet the needs of users seeking a variety of performance requirements, including intense brightness, easy relamping, rugged engineering and UL Listing. The yellow, grease-resistant handles are molded from high-quality neoprene rubber to prevent damage and deterioration. The open-cage is constructed of electrically welded 10-gauge steel wire, giving users extra confidence in demanding applications.
Models are available with an optional Levolier switch mechanism, grounding clamp, or a closed-end vinyl cage.
For more information, call 1-888/832-0660. Fax, 1-877/465-2456. Or write McGill, 7770 North Frontage Road, Skokie, IL 60077. On the Web: http://www.mcgillelectrical.com.
McGill Electrical Product Group manufactures a wide range of products for the contractor, industrial and commercial markets, including cord reels, switches, and portable and temporary lighting. McGill is part of the EGS Electrical Group.