Hella Shines Spotlight on Commercial Lighting

Nicole Ventimiglia
Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The recently released Commercial Vessel Lighting catalog from Hella marine offers operators a closer look at the company’s products. Hella’s advanced transport lighting utilizes the latest LED technology. The Commercial Vessel Lighting listing outlines the advantages of LED products for commercial vessels. Hella illumination provides efficiency while improving crew safety. All Hella marine lights, including the NaviLED PRO and DuraLed heavy duty lamps, offer outstanding UV and impact resistance, electromagnetic compatibility, an IP67 rating and a five-year warranty. Tables and diagrams assist in choosing the best products for each need.          
www.hellamarine.com


(As published in the November 2013 edition of Marine News - www.marinelink.com)

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