Torches

    Peli UK to Supply Scottish Fire & Rescue Service

    We're delighted to announce that we have secured a significant contract to supply the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service with the Peli 3415 Zone 0 right-angled torch. This means that every fire fighter in Scotland will be issued with a Peli™ 3415Z0, totalling 7,500 units over four years. This is...
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    New Intrinsically Safe LED Torches from Peli

    Two new intrinsically safe, ATEX torches have just been released and are now available on our website with next working day delivery - the Peli 1975 Zone 0 and the 1975 Zone 1.The two torches share many features: Slim, lightweight design Tough build for rugged environments Covered by the Lifetime...
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    Introducing the 5000 Series Torches

    We're excited to announce that the new range of Peli 5000 torches has just launched and are now available with next working day delivery in the UK.There are four new torches in the range of varying size: Peli 5000 LED Torch Peli 5010 LED Torch Peli 5020 LED Torch Peli...
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    What is the difference between Peli and Pelican?

    Pelican Products Inc is an internationally operated company, based just south of Los Angeles in Torrance, California, specialising in the design and manufacture protective cases, torches and portable lighting systems. Pelican cases have remained the industry favourite for the last forty years, chosen by a devoted fan base worldwide, ranging...
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    Discover More About our Emergency Services: Fire and Rescue

    We’re taking the opportunity to reward and say thank you to the emergency services for their heroic efforts with our Emergency Service Heroes campaign. As part of the campaign, we’re providing a little more information on each of the emergency services and the great things that they do to keep...
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    What Roles make up the Emergency Services?

    Let’s be honest, many of us don’t even give the amazing people within the emergency services a second thought, until an accident or disaster is covered on the TV, or when we find ourselves in a situation where we need their help.Even then, there’s very little awareness of just how...
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    Hazardous Workplace Environments: When are ATEX Torches Required?

    In certain sectors, you may have to work under potentially hazardous conditions, also known as, ‘explosive atmospheres’. An explosive atmosphere is defined as:“A mixture of dangerous substances with air, under atmospheric conditions, in the form of gases, vapours, mist or dust in which, after ignition has occurred, combustion spreads to...
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