Keytroller's overhead crane warning LED spotlight, FOREWARNER-MAXI, won the Material Handling Product News "Product Reader of the Year Award".
Based on material handling product news, the award recognizes the company's achievements in materials handling systems and equipment in manufacturing, distribution centers and warehouses. The reader decides that the winner receives more than 1, 200 votes.
FOREWARNER-MAXI's overhead crane warning LED spotlights were developed to improve pedestrian awareness and operator control of hooks and loads.
“We are honored to be recognized for material handling product news, ” said Terry Wickman, president of Keytroller. “FOREWARNER-MAXI offers a low-cost, potentially life-saving solution that can cost you a lot with just one prevention.”
Industrial plants include forklifts, heavy equipment, personal transport and overhead cranes, and the operators of these machines are busy working, mainly on the handling of loads and their work. Operators are often multitasking and eager to complete their material handling tasks. Pedestrian workers are also busy with the same work as these material handling machines - the main safety hazard.
The Spotlight Company says that the FOREWARNER-MAXI is made of die-cast aluminum and can withstand the toughest environments by alerting pedestrians to the hook by projecting a solid white, blue or red closely-focused spotlight on the floor. s position. In addition, the spotlight helps the crane operator to accurately position by providing a frame reference between the floor and the hook.
You can use the clip-on lens cover to convert the spotlight into a line light on the floor below. Many crane operators prefer line lights for additional load control.
The energy-saving FOREWARNER-MAXI uses CREE's LED lights produced in the United States. The product's 10-foot cable is connected to a 12, 24, 36 or 48 VDC input. The mounting bracket can be adjusted 150 degrees up or down for precise positioning.
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