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Larson Electronics Debuts 18W Work Area Blasting Gun Light with Quick-Change Lens System

Larson Electronics, a leading manufacturer and distributor of industrial lighting equipment, announced the release of an 18 watt work area blasting gun light equipped with a polycarbonate handle and a quick-change lens system.

The BLG-LEDBLT-HGL LED blasting light from Larson Electronics features an 18 watt LED that produces 1,530 lumens of intense illumination that is designed for extreme durability in media blasting applications. This nozzle mount blasting gun light features a specially designed mounting system that allows the unit to be attached to the end of any standard blasting gun. This mount includes all of the necessary hardware and a protective lens cover that is used to brace the light to any standard blasting gun. The protective lens cover incorporates a simple drop in, drop out system behind a twist-on lens frame, allowing operators to twist the lens off and drop a new one in once it is damaged from particles. The lens for this unit is offered in polycarbonate or hardened glass materials. The polycarbonate lens is ideal for metal blast materials, while the glass lens is for smaller abrasives. This LED light’s mounting system is designed to attach to the handle of a blasting gun, limiting the operator's grip on the gun. Larson has incorporated a polycarbonate handle that is machined with deep groves to provide additional control over the blasting gun. This LED blasting gun light includes 100’ of chemical and abrasion resistant SOOW cord terminated in an optional cord cap for easy connection to common wall receptacles.

“Larson’s new LED blasting gun light offers high light output in a compact, lightweight form at an affordable price,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics. “The polycarbonate handle design gives operators more control of the blasting gun when in operation.”

Source: http://www.larsonelectronics.com/

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