Portable Lights

The Guardian Portable Light

Handheld, rechargeable lamp

Temporary Lights

The Pioneer Floodlight

Durable, safe, LED light


HL180 Flashlight

Safe torch with 3 modes

Portable Hazardous
Location Lights

For areas without a power supply such as the inside of tanks, or remote parts of a large shipyard, high output battery powered lighting is essential to give full illumination to all areas for inspections, cleaning or painting. Where explosive gases or dusts might be present, your lights must be ATEX or IECEx

Portable lights need to be easy to carry in one hand. Apart from being easier on the arms, it is also vital for health and safety that workers can hold onto a handrail while carrying a lamp in the other hand.

BME Nitech’s Guardian range of portable lights are all 8.5 kg or less, making them one of the very lightest portable floodlights on the market.

Whether it’s painting, construction work or inspections, portable lights without any trailing cables are safer and can be placed precisely where you need them to highlight specific features.

A bright, daylight balanced output and long battery life makes the lights easy to work with for the duration of a whole shift.

Temporary Hazardous
Area Floodlights

For larger areas such as construction sites and which need bright lighting to enable work to continue after darkness falls, our temporary zone I and zone II floodlights are ideal.

Because they include magnetic and clip mounts they can be attached to scaffolding, rails and walls or can use robust floor stands to be placed exactly where they are needed. The ability to link up to ten lights together from one power source enables you to illuminate a large work site with the minimum of dangerous cables and arrange the lights exactly where you need them the most.

ATEX and IECEx certified, our Pioneer LED floodlights are suitable for potentially explosive environments such as petrochemical plants and are used regularly by BAE and the MOD for major shipbuilding projects.

Uses are not confined to heavy industrial sites, however. A recent project involved setting up a temporary lighting system in a whisky distillery in Northern Scotland.

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