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Scaffolding light from WHI Safeguard
This new, innovative product from WHI Safeguard is the very best design for illuminating your scaffolding or skips. Simply clamp it on to the scaffolding with the security screws provided and it will typically last 4 months flashing / 2 months static from 2 x AA batteries! (not included)
- 360 Degree lens for all-round visibility
- Available in three lens colours, red, white and amber.
- LED technology for superior reliability and battery life
- Built in light sensor - only illuminates when dark.
- Can flash (one press) or illuminate continuously (two presses)
- Built to last - Totally weatherproof design
- Battery life: Typically 4 months flashing / 2 months static from 2 x AA batteries (not included)
- Comes with security anti-theft fixings
- Can be locked to scaffolding with a padlock for additional security
- Designed and developed in the UK
- Can be mounted or screwed to almost anything!
Why waste your money on ancient, out of date scaffolding illumination when you can invest in these - Safe, secure, high performance and cost effective.
Typical Applications for Each Colour Lens
- Red - Usually used on scaffolding sites to mark road side construction.
- White - Usually used on scaffolding sites to mark pedestrian walkways.
- Amber - Usually used on barriers or other equipment that needs to be marked.
This right angled lamp can also be fixed to almost any other object with a clampable surface;
- Skips - Easily mounted to the lugs on standard skips.
- Barriers - They can be mounted onto the vertical bars of common plastic pedestrian barriers.
- Construction equipment - Any tube on equipment can be clamped to.
- Walls - When half of the clamp is removed, this means that there are two fixing holes that can be used to mount the lamp on to a flat surface.
Other Lamps in The Range
This is the heaviest duty anti-tamper scaffold light that we have available
This battery-powered hoarding/scaffold light is ideal for use underneath scaffolding to light up a walkway.
The T19 Festoon Lighting is ultra-bright and also IP65 rated making it ideal for all-weather and site conditions.
More Lamps From the Manufacturer
The STACKA barrier lamp is desinged to be used with Chapter 8 style Barriers. Adding extra visibility in poor weather conditions.
This scaffold lamp also makes a fantastic skip light. It's cost-effective and has anti-tamper fixings.
The 360D is one of the only cone lamps on the market that slots into the top of the cone. This is suitable for off-road applications only.
Need Guidance On How To Light Scaffolding?
For guidelines on how to light scaffolding, hoardings, barriers and temporary cross overs, a useful place to start is the below guide, issued by the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Can't Find The Scaffolding Light you Require?
We have a range of scaffolding light available from plastic to metal. If you can't find what you're looking for give us a call on 01905 794 875 and our sales team will be happy to help.
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Customer Questions & Answers
No, batteries are not included with this product. It requires 2 x AA batteries per lamp. We recommend using a high quality, genuine alkaline battery from a known brand such as Duracell, GP Power or Procell. It is always worth buying from a reputable retailer to ensure the batteries are genuine and within the shelf life.Was this answer helpful?
Both - If you press the button once, it will flash. If you press it twice, it will stay on continuously. In both cases it will only illuminate when dark.Was this answer helpful?